OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ The Oklahoma RedHawks and Omaha Royals split a pair of 3-2 decisions.
In last night's opener, which was the completion of a game suspended Thursday because of weather, Oklahoma won in 10 innings.
The RedHawks loaded the bases on a single and two Omaha errors, and Jason Hart scored the decisive run on a sacrifice fly by Adam Morrissey off reliever Ryan Braun.
In the seven-inning second game, Ruben Gotay went 3-4 with two doubles and a RBI for the Royals, who scored one run apiece in each of the first three innings off Oklahoma starter Kevin Walker.
Walker allowed seven hits in three innings.
Omaha starter Ryan Baerlocher allowed six hits and two runs in five innings before giving way to Leo Nunez, who pitched the final two innings for his second save.