Bees 6, Sky Sox 3

Dee Brown only had two hits, but they were both with the bases loaded as Salt Lake earned a series split with a 6-3 victory against Colorado Springs Sunday in front of 4,066 fans at Security Service Field.

Brown’s one-out, bases-loaded single in the third inning plated Brad Coon and Chris Walker to break a 1-1 tie. He came to the plate in a 3-3 game in the seventh inning, again with the bases loaded. The designated hitter drove the first pitch to left field for a two-run double, giving Salt Lake a lead it wouldn’t relinquish.

Mark Redman (2-2) took the loss. He struck out four and walked two batters in 6.1 innings, leaving after allowing the double to Brown.

Joe Koshansky went 2-for-4 with two RBI on the afternoon, plating runners with both hits, a triple and a double.

Dustin Moseley (2-2) earned the win after allowing three runs in seven innings.

Matt Holliday ended his short rehab stint with the Sky Sox with a 2-for-4 performance. He hit a first-inning home run.

Colorado Springs heads to Fresno Monday for a 7:05 PT start time. Glendon Rusch (0-0, 0.82 ) will get the ball for the Sky Sox while Kevin Correia (0-0, 1.80) will head to the hill for the Grizzlies