OGDEN -- For the second straight night, the Ogden Raptors found themselves playing an extra inning that could easily have been avoided.
This time, there was no huddle at home plate, no walk-off celebration. This time, not winning when they had the chance meant there would be no win at all.
The Raptors blew a lead in the ninth to the Missoula Osprey, tied the game in the bottom of the inning and stranded the tying and winning runs in scoring position in the 10th, losing 12-11.
The night before, the Raptors had won in extras on Jeremy Rathjen's walk-off homer.
"That's tough to do two nights in a row," said Corey Seager, who went 4-for-5 and finished a triple shy of the cycle.
"It's tough to do two innings in a row."
Down by one with two out in the bottom of the 10th, Justin Boudreaux struck out, leaving the bases loaded and the winning run on second. An inning prior, a two-out double from Bladimir Franco had scored Seager to push the game to extras.
Holding a one-run lead in the ninth, Raptors (12-12, 33-29) reliever Owen Jones gave up two runs, the second of which caused by a throwing error by second baseman Delvis Morales.
The Osprey (14-10, 32-30) scored again in the 10th against Carlos De Aza, and that time the Raptors had no answer.
The Raptors led by six early, but found themselves down by two runs heading into the bottom of the seventh.
That changed with three quick swings, as Jesus Valdez, Seager and Boudreaux hammered consecutive homers, giving the Raptors a lead they held until the ninth.
Long balls have been in abundance for the Raptors on their current homestand.
They have pounded eight of them -- nine counting Seager's from Tuesday that was appealed and erased -- in the last three games.
"The effort is definitely there," said Raptors manager Damon Berryhill. "They're doing a good job giving us quality (at-bats) the whole game. Offensively, I'm proud of our club the last few days."
Rathjen's no-doubt two-run homer capped the Raptors' six-run second.
Ogden starter Carlos Frias cruised through the first four innings -- apart from giving up a third-inning solo homer -- but got hit hard in the fifth.
The Osprey scored four runs off the right-hander in the inning, including a three-run homer by Michael Perez, one of the most highly regarded catching prospects in the Arizona Diamondbacks system.
In total, Frias gave up five earned in five innings on nine hits and a walk, while striking out two.
The Raptors and Osprey conclude their series at 7 p.m. tonight at Lindquist Field.