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Peter Barrows beat the Winnipeg Goldeyes almost by himself. North Face Black Friday . On Friday night at Shaw Park, the Sioux City Explorers leftfielder hit a three-run homer and two solo shots and drove in every Xs run as Sioux City beat the Goldeyes 5-2. The loss left the Goldeyes with a record of 54-43. Winnipeg has lost three straight, but are still three games ahead of the St. Paul Saints in the wild card race with three games remaining after St. Paul lost to the Gary SouthShore RailCats 7-4. The Goldeyes magic number is down to just one, meaning one Goldeyes win or one Saints loss would give the Goldeyes the wild card spot. The Goldeyes simply couldnt get Barrows out very often in this four-game series against Sioux City. The tall, lanky leftfielder went nine-for-18 with three homers, nine runs batted in and seven runs scored. "We had no answer for Peter Barrows," said Goldeyes manager Rick Forney. "He hit a fastball from Sal (starter Chris Salamida), a breaking ball from Sal and a breaking ball from Brian (reliever Beuning). We just had no answer for that guy for the last three games. You have to tip your cap to him. He had an unbelievable series. We just couldnt get him out." Barrows hit a three run blast in the third on Friday to give Sioux City at 3-0 lead. In the sixth he hit a solo homer to make the score 4-2 and then hit another solo job in the eighth to make it 5-2. As for the Goldeyes, they scored a run in the third on a double by Kyle Day, a single by Amos Ramon and then Day came home when Price Kendall hit into a double play. Winnipeg got as close as 3-2 when Kyle Day hit a solo homer in the fifth, but that was it for the Fish. For a team in a playoff race, its hard to understand why they have simply stopped hitting. After getting only seven scattered hits in a 10-1 loss on Thursday, they managed only two runs on six hits on Friday night. Barbaro Canizares, who came into the series hitting .500 in his first eight games with the Goldeyes, was 0-for-four on Friday and two-for-15 in the series. "We have too many guys in the order who are scuffling around," Forney said. "Were going to have to change our approach here. We hit into eight double plays this week and that just kills any momentum you get going. As a group, we need better at bats and a better approach at the plate." Salamida (5-7, ERA) suffered the loss for Winnipeg despite allowing only four runs on seven hits. Sioux City starter Jason Jarvis (8-8, ERA) got the win. The Goldeyes will open a three-game series against their archrivals, the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks, to finish the 2012 season Saturday night at Shaw Park. Matt Rusch (9-4, 2.46 ERA) will get the start for Winnipeg. "We need Matt to give us one of his big games," said Forney. Game time is 7:05 p.m. The game can be heard live on TSN 1290 with Paul Edmonds calling the play-by-play. cheap North Face Jackets . -- While Kevin Durant couldnt help but joke a bit about Thunder teammate Russell Westbrooks outburst in the third quarter against the Portland Trail Blazers, putting away games is all part of Oklahoma Citys groundwork for the playoffs. North Face Black Friday 2013 . A ponderous field-position struggle resulted in only three field goals going into the fourth quarter. St. Louis, MO (Sports Network) - Jermaine Mallett scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the top-seeded Missouri State Bears to a 60-50 win over the fifth-seeded Creighton Bluejays in semifinal round play of the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament at the Scottrade Center. Kyle Weems also added 15 points for the Bears (25-7), while Nafis Ricks and Adam Leonard chipped in with 13 and 10 points, respectively. Creighton (19-14) was paced by Kenny Lawson Jr., who tallied 12 points and seven rebounds in a losing effort. The BBluejays jumped out to an early lead, shooting 48 percent from the floor in the first half to take a 30-25 advantage into the break. The North Face Black Friday. Missouri State stormed back in the second stanza, knocking down 10-of-21 shots from the floor en route to a 10-point victory. Free-throw shooting proved to be the difference in this contest, as the Bears outscored Creighton 17-5 from the charity stripe. With the win, the Bears move on to face Indiana State in Sundays Missouri Valley Conference championship game. ' ' '

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