The Moose Jaw Miller Express swept to a two-game home stand against the Edmonton Prospects, picking up an 11-7 win Tuesday night at Ross Wells Park. The win extends Moose Jaw's win streak to three games.

After Edmonton jumped out to a 1-0 lead after two innings, Moose Jaw replied with a pair of runs in the bottom of the third. Marcerio Allen and Austin Gurney both scored off of wild pitches.

The Prospects took a 3-2 lead after the top of the fifth inning, but the Miller Express put up four runs in the bottom half of the inning. Allen scored off of a Darren Hagan double. Gurney then drove in Hagan and Nathan Houston. Nate Mensik scored the fourth run with a solo home run.

Edmonton tied the game 6-6 in the top of the sixth inning. However, Moose Jaw put the game out of reach with two runs in the sixth and three in the seventh.

In the bottom of the sixth, Owen Robbins led off with a solo home run and Bobby Pokorney scored off a Houston single.

Pokorney would hit a single in the bottom of the seventh to drive in Wyatt Tweet. The next batter, Allen, singled to score Robbins. Hagan also hit a single that brought Pokorney home to put Moose Jaw up 11-6. Edmonton ended the game scoring a single run in the top of the ninth.

At the plate, Hagan went three-for-four with two RBIs, Robbins was two-for-three with one RBI and Gurney was one-for-four with two RBIs.

Matt Vasquez got the nod on the mound for the Miller Express. He went five innings, allowing five hits, three runs and striking out five. Jadon Canelli picked up the win and Westin Walls got the save.

With the win, Moose Jaw sits in a tie for second in the east division with the Medicine Hat Mavericks with a record of 16-13. They sit four games back in the Regina Red Sox for first place.

Moose Jaw is back in action tonight as they head on the road to face the Weyburn Beavers. The next home game for the Miller Express is a doubleheader against the Swift Current 57s on Friday night. Game one, a make up game for the postponed June 27 match, starts at 6 p.m. to be followed by game two.