RedHawks Manager Ejected as They Fall to Milwaukee in Home Opener
The RedHawks lost 5-3
FARGO, N.D. — The excitement of the RedHawks’ home opener was sullied late as mistakes cost them a win against Milwaukee.
Entering the sixth inning with a 2-0 lead, a pair of errors brought in three unearned Milkmen runs.
In the seventh, the RedHawks found themselves in another jam defensively.
Then, Leo Pina made a diving stop at third with two outs and threw to first, but the umpire ruled the throw came in late.
First-year manager Jim Bennett argued the call and was ejected.
A fourth Milkmen run came in on the play, which proved to be the game winner as Fargo-Moorhead lost 5-3.