Matt Shoemaker (11-10) picked up the win, as he went five innings and allowed six runs on 11 hits with five strikeouts and one walk. Deeds led the way for Salt Lake with five hits and came up a home run shy of cycle with two singles, two doubles and one triple with four runs scored. Crowe had four hits to go with his five RBI, while Long had three hits, including two home runs, to go with his five runs batted in. Hank Conger chipped in with three hits, including a home run and two RBI, as the Bees close out the season with a 73-71 record for the 16th winning season in the club's 19-year history.
"The guys came out swinging the bats well," said Bees Manager Keith Johnson. "[Matt] Shoemaker had a little bit of a rough start, but did okay in the middle innings. The game got a little bit closer than we wanted but the guys came in and did a good job and then our offense just kept continuing to put up runs. We ended up having a pretty good win to end the season."