The Sedalia Bombers are back home tonight (June 29), facing off with The Ozark Generals at Liberty Park Stadium Dey Field. The Bombers are coming off a weekend road trip that included two games in Joplin vs the Outlaws Friday and Saturday, and one in Nevada Sunday evening vs the Griffons.

The first of the  two games vs the Outlaws went the Bombers way by a score of 5-3. With three RBIs coming from Mizzou product, outfielder Trey Harris, who had two doubles and one triple. With the other RBI coming from a home-run off the bat of Jack Mercer. This sounds like a normal game, but this one actual went to extras. One of those Trey Harris RBIs was from one of his two doubles that scored Stewart Nelson, also scoring on  the play was Landon Mason on an error. The Bombers held on to the two run lead in the bottom half of the 10th for the victory. Moving on to Saturday for game two of the series.

Saturdays game had the Bombers coming in on a five game win streak. Dalton Christian was on the mound for Sedalia, facing off with Joplin's Spencer Pugh. Stewart Nelson had the lone RBI fro the Bombers in a 3-2 loss. Landon Mason went 3-3 on the day, with Jack Mercer, and Hunter Leeper scoring the only runs of the game for the Bombers. This ended the Bombers five game win streak.

One last game from the weekend had the Bombers in Nevada to face off with the Griffons. Griffons scored one run in the 4th, 5th, and 6th innings. Sedalia put up one run in the 6th to make it 3-1 Nevada until the 9th. The Bombers coming up clutch again this season with three runs to take a 4-3 lead headed to the bottom half of the inning. Those three runs coming off big hits. A lead off triple from Jonathan Ramon, a two run home-run from Jordan Dey, and a solo shot for Alex Del Rio. Nevada did get a run across on an RBI double to send the game to extras, yet again for the Bombers. There was not a run again, until the 15th inning, when  Alex Del Rio came up big again, with an RBI single that scored Jordan Dey to take the 5-4 lead headed to the bottom of the 15th. The Griffons answered with a run of their own off a wild pitch... and that moved the game to the 16th inning. Sedalia wasn't able to produce, and the Griffons scored in the 16th for a walk RBI single with 2 outs.

The Bombers are 13-8 coming into tonight and have won seven of their last ten. The game tonight vs the Generals who come into the game at 4-18 has first pitch at 7:00.

See you at the park tonight, but if you can't make it don't forget you can listen in at Network1Sports.com, with the Pre-game starting at 6:50.