The Diablos come away with their first win of the season, against the Amarillo Sox in a seesaw battle 12-8 win. Tonight’s game was the last of the Diablos four game series with the Amarillo Sox, in which the Sox took the series 3-1.
According to the El Paso County Sheriff's Office, Abiel Correa, 40, was drunk and speeding when he lost control of his car and crashed into a parked tractor trailer at the intersection of NW Camp and NW 3rd St. in Fabens.
Nine people remained in the hospital -- one in critical condition -- two days after a commuter train derailed and struck another train on one of the busiest tracks in the country, officials said Sunday.
Amarillo exploded early on, scoring ten runs in the first four innings to beat El Paso, 14-3. Sox LF David Peralta was the biggest offensive contributor. He drove home four runs and knocked a pair of doubles in the win.