The Huskies, MoonDogs and Willmar Stingers all entered a night tied atop a second half multiplication standings, battling for a home playoff diversion after this month. The Huskies now reason a one diversion lead over both — a Stingers mislaid 17-8 during home to Bismarck — though a La Crosse Loggers changed within a half diversion of a Huskies in a multiplication standings around an 8-6 win over Waterloo.
The favourite on Thursday was Huskies initial baseman Hunter Bigge, who gathering in shortstop Nicholas Sogard from second around a two-out RBI singular in a bottom of a 13th inning. Sogard had reached bottom on a walk.
The Huskies seemed primed to finish a diversion in a bottom of a 12th with a bases installed and only one out, though dual putouts finished a inning.
Thursday’s diversion lasted 5 hours and 6 mins — a season-long for a Huskies in terms of duration. The Huskies played in a 15-inning diversion progressing this season.
The Huskies horde Mankato again currently during 6:35 p.m. during Wade Stadium.