The Moose Jaw Miller Express couldn't get the bats going in a pair of losses in a doubleheader at home last night to the Lethbridge Bulls.

The team lost 6-2 and 7-2 to the Bulls in a pair of seven inning games. The team was only able to get eight hits in the 14 innings at the plate. 

The Millers have performed well enough to stay entrenched in fourth place with a 20-18 record, three and a half games behind third place Swift Current but safely ahead of fifth place Melville - a team on an eight game losing streak. 

The third and final game of the series with the Bulls goes at Ross Wells Park tonight, with the first pitch at 7 p.m.

In other WCBL games tonight, Melville is in Yorkton for a doubleheader, Edmonton is at Brooks for a double header there, Regina is in Swift Current, Weyburn takes on Fort McMurray, and Okotoks are in Medicine Hat. 

Beyond tonight, the Millers are off to Medicine Hat for a pair of games Friday and Saturday before they return for a game Sunday afternoon at home against Swift Current.  

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