AquaSox throws him back to his winning ways

August 21, 2022 – North West League (NWL) – Everett AquaSox News Release

EVERETT, WA: The AquaSox stood out from their recent slip Saturday night at Funko Field, as they edged the Canadiens by 10 points in a resounding 14-4 win.

The scoring was early and often for the Frogs, as they pounced on Vancouver starting pitcher Dahian Santos for six runs in the first inning. After the first three runs scored via goal-laden walks, Trent Tingelstad tripled down the right field line, clearing the goals to give the Frogs a 6-0 lead.

Once again, the AquaSox received a stellar pitching performance as Logan Rinehart (2-2) hit a career-high eleven batters while walking just one of six innings. It’s the second straight night an AquaSox starting pitcher has whipped up 11 batters after Bryan Woo was able to do the same last night. Rinehart has 25 strikeouts in August in just 20.2 innings pitched.

Second baseman Justin Lavey added a two-run homer in the bottom of the third inning to make it 8-2. It was Lavey’s third home run in August, bringing his season total to six.

The bottom half of the AquaSox lineup combined six hits and nine RBIs with James Parker, Lavey and Tingelstad each collecting a pair of hits. Both Parker and Lavey scored three times.

Relief pitcher Jarod Bayless finished the Canadiens in ninth to give Everett the 14-4 win.

The Frogs offense has been hot all week. In the first five games, the AquaSox have scored 39 points. The series finale is tomorrow afternoon at 4:05 p.m. PDT. If you can’t catch the action at the ballpark tomorrow, the AquaSox will be home for another six-game homestand starting Tuesday against the Spokane Indians.

Everett returns tomorrow night for Funko Friday and is looking to earn his first 12-game homestand win. Fans can catch all the action live at the ballpark or on the 1380 KRKO radio network.

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