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Pitching Leads Travs To Another W

Castano gets first victory with Travs
Blas Castano was the winner on Sunday night in Tulsa (Mark Wagner)
September 3, 2023

Box Score Tulsa, OK— Five Arkansas pitchers stifled the Tulsa offense in a 4-1 win on Sunday night. Blas Castano worked his longest outing with the Travs covering the first five innings and striking out six while allowing only one run. Four relievers took the baton from there with Prelander

Box Score

Tulsa, OK— Five Arkansas pitchers stifled the Tulsa offense in a 4-1 win on Sunday night. Blas Castano worked his longest outing with the Travs covering the first five innings and striking out six while allowing only one run. Four relievers took the baton from there with Prelander Berroa slamming the door for his sixth save. The offense had a team effort with seven different players collecting a hit and four different Travs scoring a run.

Moments That Mattered

* The Travs loaded the bases with no one out in the second and then scored on an infield hit by Logan Warmoth and a sacrifice fly by Leo Rivas to take the lead.

* Travis Kuhn came on with one out and a runner a board in the bottom of the seventh and got a double play (on a soft line drive) on the first pitch he threw.

Notable Travs Performances

* RHP Blas Castano: Win, 5 IP, 4 H, R, 3 BB, 6 K, HR

* RHP Prelander Berroa: Sv, IP, H, 3 K

News and Notes

* The Travs stole three bases to up their franchise record total to 205.

* Arkansas won the series five games to one and the season series from Tulsa 13 games to five.

Up Next

After a day off Monday, the Travs return home to start a six game series against the Amarillo Sod Poodles. It is a Two for Tuesday and a Mug Club Night. First pitch is set for 6:35. The game will also be broadcast on 106.7 Buz2, the Bally Live App, milb.tv and mlb.tv.