Kyal Williams clubbed two home runs, but it wasnt enough to carry the Las Vegas Train Robbers (21-31) to a win on Wednesday, as the Las Vegas Train Robbers fell to the Santa Fe Fuego (28-17) 12-8 at Central Park.

Michael Allen blasted two home runs for the Santa Fe Fuego. Allen went 3-4 in the game with four RBIs and two runs scored. Allen homered in the fifth and seventh innings.

Both squads had things going at the plate, tallying 20 runs and 25 hits, including zero extra base hits. Managers of the two teams seemingly emptied their bullpens in search of the win, as there were nine pitchers used in the game.

Cody Spriggins recorded his sixth win of the year for the Santa Fe Fuego. He allowed one run over one inning. Spriggins struck out none, walked none and gave up three hits.

Mustafa Hamed (0-3) was the games losing pitcher. He lasted just one inning, walked none, struck out none, and allowed five runs.

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Kyal Williams clubbed two home runs, but it wasnt enough to carry the Las Vegas Train Robbers (21-31) to a win on Wednesday, as the Las Vegas Train Robbers fell to the Santa Fe Fuego (28-17) 12-8 at Central Park.

Michael Allen blasted two home runs for the Santa Fe Fuego. Allen went 3-4 in the game with four RBIs and two runs scored. Allen homered in the fifth and seventh innings.

Both squads had things going at the plate, tallying 20 runs and 25 hits, including zero extra base hits. Managers of the two teams seemingly emptied their bullpens in search of the win, as there were nine pitchers used in the game.

Cody Spriggins recorded his sixth win of the year for the Santa Fe Fuego. He allowed one run over one inning. Spriggins struck out none, walked none and gave up three hits.

Mustafa Hamed (0-3) was the games losing pitcher. He lasted just one inning, walked none, struck out none, and allowed five runs.

"> Williams big day not enough as the Las Vegas Train Robbers fall to the Santa Fe Fuego 12-8
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