RedHawks are going for 14th straight win tonightFargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- The F-M RedHawks have a chance to tie a team record tonight in Sioux Falls with a 14th straight win.
By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- The F-M RedHawks have a chance to tie a team record tonight in Sioux Falls with a 14th straight win.
It's been a remarkable turnaround for the Hawks, which saw them 5 games under 500 in mid June. Now they're the hottest team around, winners of 25 of their last 29 games.
Thanks in large part to former Northern League MVP Nic Jackson, who's tops in RBI's helping the Hawks pile up wins.
Jackson says, "it's been a lot of fun, we started off so bad this year that we had a lot of bad things happen to us. It's a lot of fun to actually have some things roll our way. Just trying to get good pitches, a lot of guys are in scoring position right now, guys are doing their job at the top of the order and I'm just trying to do little stuff. Fly balls here, ground balls there, just trying to get guys in from scoring position."
7:05 first pitch tonight in Sioux Falls, if the Hawks win, they'll tie a franchise mark first set back in 2005.