(OMAHA, Ne.) St. Joseph Mustangs starting pitcher, Aaron Baker, delivered his second complete game of the season in a 9-2 win over the Omaha Diamond Spirit Monday afternoon.
But Baker was on the wrong side of a one run game before St. Joe's offense burst on to the scene.
The Belton native gave up just two runs, only one earned, in the seventh inning giving Omaha a 2-1 lead.
The Diamond Spirit lead did not last long.
Kyle Simpson singled, followed by walks to Mark Robinette and Kris Koerper to begin the eighth inning.
The Mustangs (23-10) kept the line moving as Tanner Lubach and Shane Segovia hit consecutive RBI singles, and Jake Kretzer drew a walk to increase the lead to 4-2 with no outs in the frame.
Patrick Burkhart continued the inning driving in two more runs with a hit of his own.
The scoring was wrapped up in the eighth after Simpson brought home two more runs with a double, and Robinette hit a sacrifice fly to open up a seven run lead.
Simpson and Segovia led St. Joe, each with two hits and two RBI in the game.
The Mustangs were able to come away with a win despite playing without right fielder Jordan Guida.
Guida's dealing with a mild concussion after being hit in the helmet by a pitch Sunday night in Clarinda.
Manager Matt Johnson said Guida will likely be out of the lineup until Wednesday or Thursday.
Baker's record in league play improves to 4-1 while his ERA is down to 1.62.
St. Joe wraps up its three-game road stint in Sedalia on Tuesday.