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Team W L PCT GB
 Liberal 30 12 0.714 0
 Hays 30 12 0.714 0
 Derby 28 14 0.666 2
 Great Bend 23 19 0.547 7
 Dodge City 22 20 0.523 8
 El Dorado 20 22 0.476 10
 Haysville 11 31 0.261 19
 Oklahoma City 4 38 0.095 26


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Twins lose late lead, fall at Hays
Dominguez leads Twins to 5-4 win at Hays
Fehr drives in all 3 in Twins win
Twins split double-header with Broncos
Britt scatters 5 hits in complete game shutout gem
Twins get late surge, pull away for win
Twins rally late for second straight night
Twins edge Dodge City on strong outing by Constantine
Twins extra inning win secures week off for World Series
Twins rally for two out win vs. Great Bend
Batcats pull away from Twins on 4 homer night
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The Derby Twins opened their three game series with Dodge City by pounding out 16 runs on 15 hits for a 16-6 win Friday night at Panther Field in Derby. 7 of Derby's 16 runs came in the second inning, as they sent 11 batters to the plate, and scored 7 runs on 5 hits. Joe Faulk (2-4, 1 RBI) had the only extra base hit of the inning, while Lane Bourland (2-4, 2 RBI) drove home a pair in the inning with a 2 RBI single to left. The Twins were held scoreless in just two frames on the night, while they added a pair of three run innings in the 5th and 7th on their way to the victory. Noah Bland and Connor Basler led the way with three hits apiece, while Bland and Davis Elliott also stole three bases each. Kyle Britt picked up his first win of the season while Dodge City's Riley Ornito took the loss. Derby picked up their 7th win of the season with the win, staying a game behind Liberal in the Jayhawk League standings. The Twins and Dodge City play game two of their three game series tonight at Panther Field at 7:00
Twins lose late lead, fall at Hays
The Hays Larks rallied for a pair of two run innings for a come from behind, 4-2 win over Derby Friday night in Hays. Hays first two runs came in the seventh on a two RBI single by catcher Michael Gangwish, who delivered the fourth single of the inning and the first off reliever Eric Reardon to tie the game at 2. Reardon help the Twins escape the inning tied at two, only to walk lead off batter Trey Ochoa in the 8th that led to the eventual game winning run. After Ochoa's walk, Matthew Dallas came on to give up a single to the next batter Jonathan Soberanes putting runners at the corners. Clayton Rasbeary followed with a sacrifice fly off Dallas scoring Ochoa, and later Spencer Packard singled home Soberanes from second putting Hays up by the 4-2 final. Twins starter Kyle Britt went 6.1 innings before giving way to Reardon after allowing three straight singles in the 7th to start the inning. However, they were three of only 5 hits allowed by Britt on the night, while he struck out 3 and walked none. Lane Bourland and Connor Basler had back to back RBI singles in the top of the 4th inning to give the Twins a 2-0 lead, but the Twins went the final 5 innings picking up just 3 hits. With the loss, the Twins fall into sole possession of third place in the Jayhawk League, a game behind Hays while both are chasing Liberal, who began the night two games ahead of both teams. The Twins and Hays play game two of their series Saturday night in Hays at 7:00
Dominguez leads Twins to 5-4 win at Hays
Anthony Dominguez went two for four with three RBI's and a run scored, and it was his second hit of the night proved to be the difference in the game when he lined an 8th inning solo home run to right field giving the Twins a 5-4 lead. Matt Cook and Matthew Dallas pitched scoreless innings in the 8th and 9th securing the Twins 5-4 victory. Dominguez first hit of the night helped the Twins pull within a run at 3-2 in the top of the third inning when he stroked a two RBI single scoring Joe Faulk and Connor Basler. One batter later, Tyler McNamara brought home Michael Urquidi on a sacrifice fly to right, tying the score at 3-3. The three run third followed a three run second by Hays when Clayton Rasbeary delivered a three run homer to right off Twins starter Jed Moscot. Each team traded a run after that leading up to Dominguez's go ahead homer in the 8th. Moscot went 7 innings, allowing 5 hits and 4 earned runs to get the win, while Dallas picked up the save. With the win, Derby pulled back even with Hays in second place in the Jayhawk League standings. Both teams trail first place Liberal by two games entering play Sunday night. The Twins and Hays play the third and final game of their series tonight at 7 p.m.
Fehr drives in all 3 in Twins win
Brett Fehr's rbi single up the middle scored Michael Urquidi from second to give the Derby Twins a 3-2 walk-off win over El Dorado Tuesday Night at Panther Field in Derby. With the score tied at 2 in the bottom of the ninth, Urquidi led off the inning by reaching on a Mason Goade error at second base. He then stole second with Noah Bland at the plate before Fehr came up with two out and two strikes and bounced a base hit behind the bag at second. El Dorado shortstop Tyler Bailey fielded the ball and fired home as Urquidi rounded third without stopping and slid across home just before the tag from Bronco catcher Aaron Mack to give the Twins the win. A costly error also cost El Dorado in the 7th inning when third baseman Josh Riggs dropped a routine fly ball hit by Anthony Dominguez. That loaded the bases and later allowed the Twins to score two unearned runs on Fehr's first hit of the night, a two RBI single to left giving the Twins a 2-0 lead. The lead was short lived however as El Dorado mounted a two out rally in the top of the 8th when John Legare singled and Chad Crosbie followed with a home to straight away center off Twins reliever Ryan McCutcheon to tie the score at 2 before the Twins won it in the ninth. Gabe Constantine helped set up the victory with 6 innings of shut out work, while striking out 12. Tyler Myers pitched the top of the ninth to pick up the win. The Twins will play a double-header Wednesday night in ElDorado beginning at 6 pm.
Twins split double-header with Broncos
Michael Irquidi's leadoff home run on the first pitch of the game set the tone for a 12 hit, 5 run showing for the Derby Twins in game two of their double-header against El Dorado as the Twins salvaged a split in the twin-bill with a 5-2 win in the nightcap. El Dorado starting pitcher Mitch McIntyre limited the Twins to just 3 hits in 6 innings of shut out ball in the first game of the night for a 6-0 El Dorado victory. However in the second game, Derby had three hits by the end of the first half inning and already scored a run on the Irquidi homer. Derby added two more in the third inning on back to back rbi singles by Jacob Means and Tyler Myers and the 3 runs were enough for the win as four Twins pitchers held El Dorado to 2 runs on 6 hits while striking out 12. Nick Skeffington got the win in the second game while Matthew Dallas picked up the save. The Twins lost a game to first place Liberal in the Jayhawk League standings as the BeeJays swept Haysville in their Wednesday doubleheader, so Derby starts play Thursday 3 and a half games back of Liberal as the Twins battle with Hays and Dodge City for a closely contested second place. The Twins wrap up their four game series with El Dorado Thursday night at 7 o'clock back at Panther Field.
Britt scatters 5 hits in complete game shutout gem
Kyle Britt allowed 5 hits while striking out 6 as the Derby Twins shut out El Dorado 5-0 Thursday night at Panther Field in Derby. Britt also only walked one batter in the game as the Broncos never had a runner advance past second base, and never had two on base at the same time. The Twins got all the runs they needed in the bottom of the second inning on back to back RBI base hits by Noah Bland and Brett Fehr and jumped out to a 2-0 led after two. In the third inning the Twins added another when Jacob Means advanced three bases on two throwing errors in the same play. El Dorado pitcher Hunter Larson threw wildly to first in a pick-off attempt of Means that sent Means all the way to third base where Bronco first baseman Kolton Schenker then threw wildly into left field, allowing Means to come home for a 3-0 Twin lead. The Twins added two more in the fourth inning to pad their lead and let Britt and the defense handle the rest as the Twins turned three double plays behind Britt. The Twins next open up a crucial four game series at home against Hays Friday night at Panther Field with the first pitch at 7 o'clock with both teams in a three way battle with Dodge City for second place.
12th inning collapse costs Twins
The Hays Larks blew open a 2 all tie in the top of the 12th inning with a pair of grand slam home runs for an 11-2 victory over the Derby Twins Friday night at Panther Field.
Twins get late surge, pull away for win
The Derby Twins saved their 4th of July fireworks for the final three innings, scoring 9 of their 10 runs in the 6th, 7th, and 8th frames to pull away for a 10-2 victory over the Haysville Aviators Tuesday night at Panther Field in Derby. Anthony Dominguez started the flurry with a two run homer in the bottom of the 6th putting the Twins in front for good 3-2. The Twins added two more runs in the seventh inning when Noah Bland and Tyler McNamara put together back-to-back RBI base hits giving the Twins a 5-2 lead before the Twins blew the game open in the bottom of the 8th. After Tyler Myers led off with a walk and Jonathan Fernandez reached on a fielder's choice, Alex Bibb and Connor Basler followed with one out, back-to-back doubles with Basler's producing 2 rbi giving the Twins an 8-2 advantage. Basler then scored when Noah Bland reached on an error two batters later putting the Twins up 9-2. Bland then scored on another Aviator error when Tyler McNamara grounded to third and Haysville third baseman Raymond Rodriguez threw wild to first and the Twins went up 10-2. Four Twins pitchers combined to allow one earned run, with Ryan McCutcheon relieving starter Zach Burch for a full inning and picking up the win. The Twins remain three games back of first place Liberal who also won Tuesday night, with the second game of their three game series Wednesday night in Haysville at 7:00.
Twins rally late for second straight night
One night after the Derby Twins scored 9 runs in the final three innings of Tuesday night's game with Haysville, the Twins pulled more late inning magic out of their hats Wednesday night for a 9-5 victory over the Aviators Wednesday night in Haysville. Trailing 5-4 in the top of the 8th, Joe Faulk lined a two run homer just inside the left field foul pole for his second home run of the season, putting the Twins in front 6-5. An inning later, the Twins loaded the bases before any outs were recorded thanks to a leadoff single by Connor Basler, followed by a Michael Urquidi walk and a Noah Bland bunt single. Anthony Dominguez then delivered an RBI ground out to first scoring Basler giving​ the Twins a two run, 7-5 lead before the next batter Jacob Means came through with a two RBI single scoring both Urquidi and Bland for a 9-5 Twins lead. Eric Reardon and Tyler Myers pitched a scoreless final three innings of relief to help preserve the Twins victory, with Reardon registering the win. The Twins trailed early 2-0 on a pair of unearned runs, but rallied in the top of the fourth inning when Jacob Means led off with a single, then scored on Davis Elliott's line drive double to left. Elliott's double began a string of 5 straight Twins reaching base with a walk, two hits, and a Haysville error following. The Twins led 4-2 after three and a half, but it was a lead which evaporated by the bottom of the fifth. Tyler Flores hit a solo home run to right in the bottom of the fourth, putting the Aviators with one at 4-3. Then in the bottom of the fifth, Haysville designated hitter Michael Morgan stroked a two rbi single to left giving Haysville the 5-4 lead which held until the 8th. Those were the only three runs charged to Twins starter Nick Skeffington, who pitched 6 innings before giving way to the bullpen to close the door on the Twins 19th win of the season. Derby tries to make it to 20 wins Thursday night when the series returns to Panther Field with the Twins also looking for a series sweep with the first pitch slated for 7:00.
New start times for weekend games in OKC
The start times for Saturday's and Sunday's Twins games in Oklahoma City have been changed. Saturday the Twins and Oklahoma City will play a doubleheader starting at 4 p.m. CST and Sunday's single game has been changed to a 3 p.m. first pitch. The extra game Saturday will make up a game in Derby rained out on June 3rd. The two Saturday games will be 7 inning contests while Sunday's will be the regular 9 inning single game.
Twins edge Dodge City on strong outing by Constantine
Gabe Constantine tossed 7 scoreless innings while allowing just two hits and striking out 8 helping the Derby Twins hold off Dodge City 3-2 Friday Night in Dodge City. After allowing a leadoff double to Josh Crosby, Constantine struck out the side in order in the bottom of the fifth inning, setting up the Twins first run of the game in the 6th when Connor Basler drew a bases loaded walk giving the Twins a 1-0 lead. The teams each produced a two run 8th inning with Derby's coming on a Greg Saenz two rbi single to center scoring Jonathan Thibodeau and Noah Bland giving the Twins a 3-0 lead. Dodge City's pair were charged to Matthew Dallas before Tyler Myers came on to retire one batter in the 8th and then all three he faced in the ninth to pick up his fourth save of the season. Saenz had two hits in addition to his two runs batted in, while Jonathan Fernandez was the only other Twin with two hits on the night. The Twins move to 25-12 on the season, a game and a half behind first place Hays, and a game behind second place Liberal. Derby and Dodge City play game two of their series Saturday night at 7:30 in Dodge City
Twins extra inning win secures week off for World Series
Davis Elliott delivered the game winning rbi with a 10th inning sacrifice fly to right scoring Russell Crippen lifting the Derby Twins to a 4-3 win over Dodge City Saturday night in Dodge City. The run broke a 3-3 tie that stood for more than four innings after Dodge City scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth to tie the score at three. All of Derby's first three runs were scored in the fifth. Greg Saenz two rbi single scored Lane Bourland and Connor Basler. Then Saenz scored two batters later when Anthony Dominguez grounded out to short giving the Twins a 3-1 lead before the A's answered with a two run fifth to tie the sore at 3. Sam Sowerbrower tossed 6 innings and allowed 3 runs before Ryan McCutcheon and Matthew Dallas each pitched two scoreless innings in relief. Dallas faced 6 batters, retiring them all to get the win. The Twins win assures them of no worse than a third place finish in the Jayhawk League standings, guaranteeing the Twins will not start NBC World Series play until the second week of the tournament that starts next week at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium in Wichita. The Twins look to make it a season series sweep of Dodge City when the series wraps up Sunday night at 7:00 in Dodge City.
Twins rally for two out win vs. Great Bend
Russell Crippen's two out 9th inning single up the middle with two strikes drove home the game tying and game winning runs lifting the Derby Twins to a 6-5 win over Great Bend Tuesday Night at Panther Field in Derby. Jonathan Thibodeau led off the inning with a walk and Davis Elliott then was inserted as a pinch-runner. After the next two Twins flied out, Noah Bland also came through with a two out, two strike single to right moving Elliott to second. The two advanced to second and third on a passed ball with Crippen at the plate who later lined a full count pitch off Dawson Pomeroy into center bringing home the pair of runs.to earn the walk-off winner. Crippen had 4 runs driven in on the night after lining a 2 rbi double to left center field in the 3rd inning giving the Twins a 3-1 lead at the time. However, the Batcats hit three homers on the night helping carry them into the bottom of the 9th with the one run, 5-4 lead. Tyler Myers pitched a scoreless ninth to earn his second win of the season as the Twins battle Hays for second place in the Jayhawk League standings. The Twins and Great Bend play game 2 of their three game series Wednesday night at Panther Field with the first pitch at 7.
Batcats pull away from Twins on 4 homer night
Peyton Barnes, Banjamin Sems, Corrigan Bartlett, and Jordan Wilkerson all knocked solo home runs helping the Great Bend Batcats to a 10-5 victory over the Derby Twins Wednesday night at Panther Field in Derby. Bartlett's solo homer was part of a three run fifth inning that chased Twins starter Kyle Britt and gave the Batcats a 6-3 lead that they never relinquished. The Twins were down 7-3 in the bottom of the 7th inning and pulled to within two on rbi singles by Jacob Means and Davis Elliott. But Great Bend pulled away in the next half inning scoring 3 more on a solo homer by Wilkerson, and rbi singles by Barnes and Sems. The Twins fall to 28-13 on the season and and wrap up the regular season Thursday at 7 with the final game if their series with Great Bend before preparing for the NBC World Series which the Twins will not have to appear until the second week of play.


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