Goldeyes RF Kody Kaiser had more RBI (2) than the entire Sioux Falls lineup in Winnipeg's 6-2 win over the Pheasants. Kaiser went 2-for-5 on the night with both of his RBI coming on a third-inning single. That play put the Goldeyes on top, 2-0, and Sioux Falls never pulled even again. Starting Winnipeg pitcher Chris Salamida took the win, his ninth of the year, after throwing six and a third innings and allowing two runs on seven hits with six strikeouts. Goldeyes 2B Price Kendall and 3B Louis Ott each had three hits, Kendall doing so from the leadoff position. The game was delayed by rain by nearly an hour and a half. The Goldeyes continue to lead the St. Paul Saints by a game for first place in the American Baseball Associations North Division. Winnipeg's longest homestand of the year continues tonight with the second of four against Sioux Falls.