Bees hold off Chiefs, 3-2

Another good crowd came out for Ryne Sandberg’s last game at The Hive in 2007.

The Bees finished their first-half home action on a positive note last night. They won their second-straight one-run game against Sandberg’s Peoria Chiefs, giving them a 19-18 home record for the first half.

Southpaw Everett Teaford (2-6) went six innings, allowing both runs in the Bees’ 3-2 win — Teaford’s first victory since April 14. Relievers Henry Barrera and Jim Wladyka put the clamps on the Chiefs. The day after Barrera picked up his first save, Wladyka became the tenth Bees pitcher to collect a save this season.


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