Despite falling 10-5 to the visiting Full Count Rhythm on Wednesday night at Brooks Stadium, the Paducah Chiefs fought hard and broke a home run curse that has plagued their bats all season at home.

Lyon County native Gunnar Bingham broke the curse at Brooks Stadium as the regular season winds down. Bingham’s solo shot to right field was the first Chief to hit a home run on their home field. However, his teammates greeted the future Murray State Racer as he touched home plate and cut Full County’s lead down to one run in the bottom of the first inning.

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