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Its always nice to set record at home. cheap jerseys . However, re-writing the Winnipeg Goldeyes record book on your archrivals field is a satisfying alternative. Ace Walker became the Goldeyes (14-6) new all-time strikeout leader in the fifth inning, as the Goldeyes beat the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks (9-12) 5-2 Friday night at Newman Outdoor Field before 3,443 fans. Walker finished the game with two strikeouts and now has 315 for his career, which is two more than Goldeyes manager Rick Forney. “I thought a good way to do it with the down and away fastball,” Walker said. “Thats what I do, I guess, pound that down and away corner. I am not going to lie. When it happened, I thought about it, but I had to get back on there and keep on going.” In his third consecutive win of the season, Walker pitched 8.1 innings, allowing just four hits and one run. 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Fargo scored twice in the bottom of the ninth inning and had the winning run at the dish, but Aaron Eggleston flied out to centre field to end the game. Jon Weber and Kyle Day each had three hits for Winnipeg at the plate. Walker is now 4-0 in his last six starts against the North Division rival RedHawks. “Anytime you get a chance to beat Fargo, thats right there with beating St. Paul,” Walker said. The Goldeyes and RedHawks play the middle game of the three-game set tomorrow night in Fargo. Winnipeg will send Chris Salamida (0-0, 4.09) to the bump, while Fargo counters with another southpaw in Jake Laber (0-2. 4.99). 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