The Hoots will play their next three games at QU stadium with hopes that a little home cookin’ may spark a winning streak to roll on.
The Hoots were feeling fresh at today’s BP after yesterday’s off day that followed two wins over the West Division leading Catfish over the weekend.
Now with a 10-20 slate and at the halfway point of the season, the Hoots have their work cut out for them if they want to make a post season run, but they feel like they may have turned a corner after their recent success against the Catfish.
Centerfielder Jared Wegner said, “I just think that are pitching came through really well and hitting wise we’re starting to make good at bats.
We’re making strides in the right direction at the plate and just go from there.
I’m looking forward to tonight, get two more games against them so I’m excited.”
Field manager Clayton Hicks added, “I think it proves to them that they can go with anyone in the league.
They just sit there and they and went toe to toe with the number one team.
All four games we’ve played them we’ve been in it.
It’s not like they’ve run through us or run us over. I mean I think we lost two one run games the first times we played them and this last time we were on the other side of it.”