Golpanners host Waves Wednesday night for 112th Midnight Sun baseball game

On Tuesday, the Goldpanners kicked off their series with the San Diego Waves.

In the first game of the double-header the Panners bats started rolling early.
They put up three runs in the first inning, thanks to a two run double by Brandon Langan.
The Waves came back with two of their own in the second.
The top of the third was the Panners undoing though.
The Waves poured on seven runs.
Panners starter Nick Flesher can't escape the inning.
The Panners bullpen held them in check allowing only two runs for the rest of the game but they could not mount much of a comeback.
They would get one in the third and two in the fifth but they drop the series opener to the Waves eleven to seven.
The Goldpanners win streak stops at eight games.
Mitch Berryhill finished the game four for five with a run scored.
The Panners were right back on the diamond against the Waves.
The Panners bats were working early in the second game as well.
They picked up two runs in the first inning.
The first was driven in on a double by Nick Ames and the second was scored by Ames when he came home on a single by Langan.
The Waves tied it up in the fourth but the Panners took the lead right back with two more runs in their half.
The game went back and forth and the Waves tied it up with two runs in the seventh.
Ames drove in Griffen Barnes for the walk off win. Panners take the second game six to five.
Nick Sparks got the start and gave the Panners five strong innings allowing three runs but only two of them were earned He struck out three.
Andrew Fernandez pitched the final two innings allowing two runs and picking up the win.
Berryhill went four for five again with a run and an R-B-I.
Tyler Heinrichs also drove in two.

The Goldpanners and Waves will meet tonight for the 112th Midnight Sun game.