The Oklahoma City Dodgers ended the El Paso Chihuahuas three game winning streak on Tuesday night after a 8-3 victory.
The Dodgers won the game after they scored seven runs after the seventh inning stretch.
The Chihuahuas split the six-game series with the Dodgers and went 6-6 on their 12-game road trip to Round Rock and Oklahoma City.
Nick Tanielu reached base four times in the loss, walking three times and hitting a single. Tucupita Marcano reached base three times for the second consecutive night in the leadoff spot, hitting two singles and walking once for the Chihuahuas Tuesday. Oklahoma City starter Yefry Ramirez won his third game against El Paso this season.
Oklahoma City catcher Keibert Ruiz hit five home runs in 20 at-bats in the series. Tuesday was the Chihuahuas’ final game in Oklahoma City this season.
The Chihuahuas will be back in action at Southwest University Park as they take on Sugar Land. First pitch is at 7:05 p.m.