Ogden Raptors fall 9-3 on Monday, but win streak against Great Falls | Ogden raptors
Last week the Ogden Raptors found themselves back after several runs against Great Falls, only to come back and win 9-8.
They were down early Monday night in the series finale, but it stayed that way when the Voyagers left town with a 9-3 win and broke Ogden’s four-game winning streak, but the Raptors had already won the series with their win on Sunday.
Overall, it was a welcome turnaround for an Ogden team that were in poor shape between the end of the first half of the season and the start of the second half.
Great Falls scored four times in the second inning on Monday and four more in the fourth to put Ogden in an 8-1 hole.
Reese Alexiades, an outfielder who signed last week after coming to the Pioneer League tryout camp, scored 2 for 2 and that included his first home run for the team.
He was the only raptor with multiple hits. Great Falls starter Gray Lyttle went six innings, allowing three hits with eight strikeouts, while Ogden used a total of seven pitchers. Paid participation on Monday was 3,274 fans. The Raptors roam Idaho Falls all week.
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