Missions slug their way to series-evening victory
SAN ANTONIO - The San Antonio Missions unleashed their power potential by swatting four home runs en route to a 10-2 victory over the Iowa Cubs Sunday night at Wolff Stadium. Missions starting pitcher Thomas Jankins pushed a base hit to right field to score Troy Stokes Jr. from second base. It was the first time the Missions hit back-to-back home runs since May 31, 2018 when Michael Gettys and Taylor Kohlwey achieved the feat at Tulsa. Sundays four-homer outburst was the third time this season the Missions have hit at least four home runs in a game. Sunday nights 10-run game for the Missions was their seventh 10+ run game of the season and fifth in June.