- Associated Press - Sunday, July 20, 2014

TULSA, Okla. (AP) - The Arkansas Travelers rallied to beat the Tulsa Drillers 5-2 Saturday night.

The Travelers had four runs in the eighth inning. The Travs’ win broke Tulsa’s winning streak at five games and also put Arkansas ahead of Tulsa for first place in the North Division by one game with a 15-14 second half record. Their record when trailing after seven innings is now 4-39.

The comeback by the Travs spoiled Tulsa starting pitcher Tyler Anderson’s performance. The lefthander allowed only two hits in six shutout innings while walking two and striking out six. Despite the no decision, he lowered his ERA to 2.40.

Paid attendance at the same was 8,076.

The Drillers will wrap up their homestand Sunday night against the Travelers.

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