Bees 5, Sky Sox 4
In short: Cole Calhoun smacked a two-run triple in the bottom of the first, and scored on a wild pitch. Colorado Springs had a four-run fifth inning. Ed Lucas drove in Efren Navarro to level the game, and Calhoun smacked an RBI single in the bottom of the eighth for the game's final score.
Bees manager Keith Johnson's take: "We're trying our best to play consistent baseball.
Up next: vs. Colorado Springs, tonight, 7:05 p.m.
Next homestand: Today-Tuesday vs. Colorado Springs.
- Utah Jazz: A look at each player's contract...
- Dick Harmon: The Mangum brothers are a...
- Utah Jazz: Future of Trevor Booker, Joe...
- BYU volleyball: Cougars upset No. 1 Hawai'i...
- Salt Lake marathon is first win for Lehi...
- Utah's second spring scrimmage is 'a dead heat'
- Doug Robinson: The high cost of coaches
- What are the chances? Breaking down NBA...
- Former BYU star Ena fitting in well at... 76
- Utah football: Dres Anderson shines in... 58
- Morning links: Krystkowiak shares his... 32
- Rose still has lofty goals for BYU's... 30
- Dick Harmon: Careers of Aaron... 25
- Mountain West Conference announces... 22
- Morning links: Booker ends the year... 17
- Video: Utah football coaches revved up... 16