Peoria won on a Steve Bean walkoff double in the 11th. This would have been a tough one to let get away. Peoria let a 3-0 lead slip away and had multiple chances to put the game away. The leadoff man reached base for Peoria in the 1st 8 innings, but Wisconsin kept them off of the board from the 3rd up until Bean's game winning hit in the 11th.
Rob Kaminsky sailed through the beginning of the game. He retired the 1st 8 batters he faced before giving up a seeing eye single and a bunt hit in the 3rd. He settled in again and got through the 4th and 5th without much incident, before issuing back to back one out walks in the 6th. That was the end of his day and he was on the hook for the 2 base runners when they eventually came around to score. He threw 88 pitches total, 52 of which were strikes.
Chris Perry came in to relieve Kaminsky and struck out 6 of the 11 batters he faced. The 2012 17th round draft pick has worked exclusively as a multi-inning reliever this year and has racked up 37 strikeouts in 26 innings while walking 9.
The Chiefs took some liberties with the Wisconsin starting battery of Anthony Banda and Rafael Nada. They stole four bases off of the duo 2 by Herrera (13,14) and one apiece for McElroy (8) and Peoples-Walls (6).