Allen Cordoba extends hit streak, Michael Curry homers in Missions’ loss to RockHounds

Michael Curry (right) and Allen Cordoba celebrate near home plate after they both scored on Curry's home run on Thursday at Wolff Stadium. - photo by Joe Alexander
Michael Curry (right) and Allen Cordoba celebrate near home plate after they both scored on Curry’s second-inning home run.
Michael Curry hit his seventh home run of the season for the San Antonio Missions’ only runs in a 3-2 loss to the Midland RockHounds on Thursday at Wolff Stadium.

Curry homered in the second inning with Allen Cordoba on base. Cordoba led off the bottom of the inning with a single, extending his hitting streak to 12 games. It is the longest streak of any Missions player this season.

Cordoba and Curry had two hits each, accounting for four of the Missions’ five hits on the night.

The RockHounds scored all three of their runs off Missions starting pitcher Moises Lugo. Missions relievers Sam Williams, Jordan Humphreys and Carlos Belen pitched two scoreless innings each.

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