The Winnipeg Goldeyes (20-20) snapped a five-game skid Sunday afternoon with a 5-2 victory over the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks at Blue Cross Park.
Box Score
The Goldeyes took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning when centre fielder Miles Simington came home on a ground out to second base by left fielder Roby Enríquez.

Fargo-Moorhead (24-15) moved in front the following frame on a two-run home run to left field off the bat of third baseman C.J. Valdez.
Winnipeg designated hitter Jake McMurray tied the contest in the bottom of the third with a solo shot to left field – his first of the season.
The Goldeyes went ahead 3-2 in the fourth inning on Enriquez’s sacrifice fly to right field that scored right fielder Max Murphy.
Winnipeg added a pair of insurance runs in the bottom of the seventh when pinch runner Keshawn Lynch was forced home on a bases-loaded walk issued to McMurray. That was followed by first baseman Rob Emery’s sacrifice fly to centre field that drove in shortstop Andy Armstrong.
Landen Bourassa (W, 3-3) allowed two runs on six hits over six innings for the Goldeyes. He struck out seven batters. Fellow Canadians Ben Onyshko and Nick Trogrlic-Iverson (S, 3) combined to keep the RedHawks off the board for the remainder of the game.
Kolby Kiser (L, 2-2) pitched five innings for Fargo-Moorhead and gave up three runs on six hits.
“It felt like a must-win game today,” said Winnipeg manager Logan Watkins. “Obviously it’s a long season but you never want to let a losing streak get out of hand and let the pressure build up on the guys. We found a way to score enough runs to get it done today but we still have a ways to go.”
The Goldeyes announced earlier Sunday that right-handed pitcher Marshall Kasowski has been loaned to the Charros de Jalisco of the Mexican Baseball League. Kasowski was 1-1 in two starts with a 2.38 earned run average and 15 strikeouts.
Winnipeg now embarks on a nine-game road swing that will take them to Rosemont, Illinois, Gary, Indiana, and Sioux City, Iowa. Tuesday’s game against the Chicago Dogs gets underway at 6:30 p.m. CDT. Colton Eastman (2-6, 5.80 ERA) will start for Winnipeg, while Kenny Serwa (2-3, 3.71 ERA) heads to the mound for Chicago.
The Goldeyes return home Friday, July 5 at 7:00 p.m., when the RedHawks pay a return visit to Blue Cross Park.