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Royals shutout 12-0 Wednesday night
New Market shutout the Royals Wednesday night at Mayo Field, final score,12-0. The Muskies scored 12 runs on just 8 hits. Palmer Mickelson started for the Royals allowing 7 runs on 4 hits while walking 3. Palmer was relieved by Mitch Brown in the 4th inning.The Royals had just 6 hits with Michael Michalak and Alex Prindle both with 2 hits each. Jake Halvorson got some time on the hill tonight pitching the 5th, 6th and 7th innings striking out 3 while walking 2. The Royals are now 3-1. They are back in action Sunday July 5th at Mayo Field, 2:00 game.
Sunday June 28th - Game result
Rochester Royals 9 Cannon Falls Bears 2
Saturday June 27th - Game result
Rochester Royals 11 Stewartville Sharks 10
Royals impressive with 12-2 win over Hounds in season opener
The Royals started the season with a bang beating the Hounds from Austin 12-2. Sam Warren and Hayden Brown led the Royals, both going 3-5 at the plate. Warren homered in the 3rd inning and had 2 RBI. Brown had 1 RBI and scored 3 times. Nick Pearson was 2-3 on the night and knocked in 3 runs. Mike Stubbs got the start for the Royals and pitched 3 scoreless innings and struck out 2. Derek Lilledahl pitched the next 3 innings and gets the win. Mitch Brown and Erik Thorvilson both got an inning of work. In the 8th inning, Mac Horvath hit a long home run to left-center for his first homer on the season and the first career hit as a Royal. The Royals ended the night with 12 hits compared to Hounds with just 4.
Finally, baseball is back !! The Royals will play host to the Austin Greyhounds, Thursday June 25th, 7:30 first pitch. Admission is free. Come out to the ballpark and cheer on your Royals 2020 home opener !!
Will we see baseball this summer..... we hope so
Tim Oesterlin will take over as the primary manager for the 2020 Royals. Tim is a 2006 graduate of John Marshall High School and has been a part of the Royals Baseball Club for 15 years. The hope, a 15-20 game season will happen including playoffs. Stayed tuned for additional information to come.