GARY, Ind. – The Kansas City T-Bones were no-hit Thursday night, as Gary prevailed with a 1-0 win at the US Steel Yard.
The T-Bones got six shutout innings from starting pitcher Jordan Cooper (0-0) who allowed just five baserunners and struck out
eight RailCats in a no-decision.
Gary starting pitcher Karl Triana (2-1) threw a no-hitter to go with three strikeouts. Triana entered the game with an opponents
batting average of .362 and an earned run average at 9.69, but kept Kansas City hitters off-balance the entire evening.
Josh Tols (1-1) took the loss for Kansas City, as he allowed one run over two plus innings. Tols was removed in the bottom of the ninth
inning with one out and two on, for Jared Messer. Messer retired Tillman Pugh on a flyball to center field and walked Jose Gonzalez to
set the table for Elbert Devarie who entered as a pinch-hitter, and delivered a base hit to right field, to give Gary a walk-off 1-0 win.
The T-Bones split the four game series with Gary, and over the course of the eight game road-trip, have a 4-4 record.
The T-Bones (7-8) head to Sioux City (6-8) for a three-game series starting Friday night. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05pm, with
the action available online at Tbonesbaseball.com.