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Chihuahuas surrender 7 runs in second inning in loss Monday at Albuquerque

The El Paso Chihuahuas have now lost five of their last six games after falling 11-7 Monday at Albuquerque.

The Dogs gave up seven runs to the Isotopes in the bottom of the second inning, including one on a Derrick Gibson inside-the-park home run.

The Chihuahuas trailed 8-1 after just two innings en route to their third loss in their four-game series against the Isotopes.

El Paso’s Franmil Reyes went 2-4 with one RBI to continue his stellar play, although he did not hit a home run after hitting eight last week. Reyes was named the PCL Player of the Week earlier in the day Monday for his efforts a week ago.

Allen Craig and Dusty Coleman both hit homers for the Chihuahuas, but it was not enough as El Paso fell to 18-14 on the season. Albuquerque improved to 15-17 with Monday’s result.

The Chihuahuas will return home Tuesday at 6:35 p.m. to begin a four-game series against Tacoma.

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