For eight-and-a-half innings, everything pointed to the Winnipeg Goldeyes winning for the first time at Newman Outdoor Field in the regular season since 2012. In the bottom of the ninth, that all changed. The Goldeyes blew a 3-1 lead in the bottom of the ninth and watched the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks walk-off with a 4-3 win before 3,798 fans Friday night at Newman Outdoor Field. The loss halts Winnipegs four-game winning streak and extends their regular season losing streak at Newman Outdoor Field to seven games. Winnipeg struck for the first run of the game in the top of the first inning. With two out, Ray Sadler landed on second base after a throwing error by Fargo third baseman Ronnie Bourquin on a ground ball. Luis Alen then looped a broken-bat base hit over RedHawks shortstop Zach Penprase to score Sadler. The Goldeyes increased their lead to 3-0 in the eighth inning. With one out, Tyler Kuhns slow grounder was thrown down the first base line by Fargo starting pitcher Taylor Stanton, which allowed Kuhn to scamper all the way to third base. Jake Blackwood followed that will a seeing-eye single to easily score Kuhn. After Blackwood reached second on a groundout by Sadler, Alen singled Blackwood in. Brendan Lafferty relieved Goldeyes starter Kyle Anderson for the bottom of the eighth and the RedHawks broke the shutout after Lafferty threw a wild pitch with Fargo catcher Petey Paramore on third base. After the Goldeyes left the bases loaded in the top of the ninth, Lafferty gave up three consecutive hits, including a game-tying two-RBI double to Sawyer Carroll. Kyle Bellamy then came in hoping to get the game to extra innings, but surrendered a single to C.J. Retherford to end the game. Lost in the defeat was another spectacular outing from Anderson, who pitched seven scoreless innings and gave Winnipeg every opportunity to win the game. He lowered his ERA to a league-best 0.91. Lafferty suffered the loss, while Wes Roemer picked up the win in his RedHawks debut. The two teams will meet again Saturday night. The Goldeyes will start Matt Jackson against Fargos Jake Laber. Game time is 6 p.m. Patrick Murray Jersey
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