previous interviews, he has stated that third is his favorite position. In the season debut, he looked the part. Jose Trevino managed one hit in his three at-bats. The .333 average for the game is solid, and he looks to be exactly what the RoughRiders organization thought he would be. He will continue to work the bats, as well as control the pitching tempo. He did make a mound visit to speak to Sadzeck, though it appeared to be all for naught. Tevino has the ability to control the pitcher’s emotions. The RoughRiders coaching staff will be looking forward to seeing that in action. Scott Heineman, Isiah Kiner-Falefa, Eric Aguilera and Luke Tendler round out the RoughRiders who landed a hit this matchup. Each of those guys managed one hit in four at-bats. For the Springfield Cardinals, starting pitcher Jack Flaherty had 6 2/3 scoreless innings. Left-fielder Nick Martini had two hits in three at-bats, scoring once. The club came out swinging, scoring four runs in the first inning, which included an impressive single that scored two runs, from shortstop Alex Mejia. Frisco will have another matchup with the Springfield Cardinals tomorrow (Friday, April 6). The first pitch from Dr. Pepper Ballpark in Frisco will be at 7:05pm Central. Be sure to check back here for more Frisco RoughRiders coverage, throughout the entire season.
May 17, 2015; Frisco, Tx, USA; A general view of Dr. Pepper Ballpark during the game between the Corpus Christi Hooks and the Frisco RoughRiders. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports
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