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Missoula Osprey bats come alive late to win another at home

MISSOULA — Wednesday night was the beginning of an eight-game Pioneer League Baseball home stretch for the Missoula Osprey.

In the top of the first inning, the game didn’t go how the Osprey had hoped, as Orem Owlz shortstop Jeremiah Jackson blasted a home run to left field.

But the Osprey responded in the bottom of the inning with one runner on. Spencer Brickhouse launched his first professional home run to dead center field to take a one-run lead.

The next four innings were dominated by pitching until the Osprey added another run in the bottom of the seventh. In the eighth inning, the Osprey bats came alive as they tacked on three more runs.

In the end, the Osprey took the first game of the homestand, 7-1.

Game 2 against Orem is Thursday at 7:05 p.m.

Jack Ginsburg

Jack Ginsburg

Jack was born and raised in Walnut Creek, California. After skiing in Montana for a number of years he found his way to the University of Montana and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism in 2017. Jack's passion for sports stems from playing a number of them and attending multiple sporting events in the Bay Area from the San Jose Sharks and the Golden State Warriors to the San Francisco Giants and the 49ers. He joined KAJ/KPAX-TV in January 2017 as a news reporter before moving to the weekend sports anchor. In his free time he enjoys playing golf, cooking, skiing and hiking with his bulldog Zeke. If you would like to submit a story or complain about the Golden State Warriors to Jack you can email him at jginsburg@kpax.com or find him on twitter @jackginsburg13 (https://twitter.com/jackginsburg13)
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