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The Wichita Wingnuts improved to 41-29 on the season following a 10-5 win over the Amarillo Sox Tuesday night.
Wingnuts starting pitcher Josh Lowey became the first pitcher to win 11 games in the American Association this season after throwing seven innings of three-hit ball. Lowey had a perfect game going into the bottom of the sixth.
Lowey's win ties him with Derek Blacksher, Nick Singleton and Ryan Hinson as the winningest single-season pitcher in Wingnuts history.
The Wingnut offense struck early and often, scoring three runs in the first, third and eighth innings. In all, 10 Wingnut hitters registered base hits in the win, with Mike Conroy and Jared McDonald each having four hits and 2 RBI's.
The series with the Amarillo Sox will conclude tonight at 7:05 p.m..