The Isotopes put on a hitting clinic on Easter Sunday at the "Lab", as they racked up 23 runs on 21 hits. With a 23-2 victory over the Tacoma Rainiers on Sunday, the Isotopes tied a franchise record for most runs scored in a game.
In this week's edition of the "Pick 6" we highlight the great plays and players from the week in sports. Hot dog eating, to girl scout cookies, and home runs are all featured in this weeks 6. Here's the list:
The Isotopes once again showcased their skills at the plate on Saturday night, as they defeated the Tacoma Rainiers 12-4. Daniel Murphy made his first rehab start with the Isotopes, after fracturing his left index finger with the Rockies in early April. Murphy went 1-5 at the plate in the Isotopes victory.
The University of New Mexico men's basketball program announced the signing of point guard J.J. Caldwell Friday. The former Texas A&M guard is eligible immediately and will have two seasons to play at New Mexico.
Ray Birmingham and his University of New Mexico Lobos defeated UC Riverside Friday, 11-10. It was a much needed victory for a Lobo squad that came into the game losers in 7 of their last 8, which included a four-game losing streak.
Van Tate has a full look at the day in sports on Friday's edition of the Sports Desk. Lobo Basketball has signed another player, former Texas A&M point guard, JJ Caldwell, who will join UNM in the 2019-2020 season. Caldwell will be able to play right away and will have two years of eligibility.