The Moose Jaw Miller Express won two-of-three games this weekend and remain two games above the Swift Current 57s in the Western Canadian Baseball League’s East Division.  

It all got going on Friday night at Ross Wells Park, as the Millers returned home, and doubled up the Swift Current 57s 6-3.  

Moose Jaw scored two runs in the second inning, three in the third, and one in the fourth to seal the win for the Millers, even though Swift Current stormed back to score three in the eighth inning.  

Austin Gurney and Cam Grant lead the way for the Millers. Gurney went three-for-three at the plate with a triple and drove in two RBIs. Grant hit a home run while batting two-for-four at the plate, along with three RBIs.  

Andrew Barger pitched six scoreless innings allowing three hits and striking out five batters for the win. 

On Saturday, the Millers traveled west to Swift Current for the second half of a home-and-home.  

After being tied 3-3 going into the sixth inning Moose Jaw put up eight runs in their half of the sixth to leave Swift Current with a 12-9 win.  

Nate Mensik, Brian Reyes, and Michael Speck all led the way in the RBI category picking up three apiece. Mensik went two-for-four, Reyes two-for-six, and Speck three-for-five.  

Triston Seitz picked up his second win of the season, pitching two and two-thirds innings, striking out three, and giving up four runs.  

On Sunday, the Regina Red Sox were in town, after giving up 10 runs in the second inning, the Millers' comeback fell short losing 12-9.  

Moose Jaw fought back in the third inning scoring six runs, after a Michael Speck home run, and a Luke LeChance triple.  

The bats were hot for Moose Jaw on Sunday, as Zach Campbell went two-for-four at the plate, Luke DeChance, Parker Dorrance, Brian Reyes, Cam Grant, and Hudson Barrett all picked up two hits.  

DeChance led the way with three RBIs, while Campbell and Reyes drove in two apiece.  

Kellan Voggesser took the loss pitching one and two-thirds innings, allowing 10 runs on four hits and striking out two.  

Moose Jaw will be back in action on Tuesday, as they battle the 57s at Ross Wells Park at 7:05 p.m.