You must sign in or register to continue reading content. EVERETT — The Everett AquaSox just keep hitting. The Frogs pounded out a dozen hits Saturday night as they topped the visiting Boise Hawks 8-5 before 3,695 fans at Everett Memorial Stadium. David Banuelos homered, doubled and drove in three. Onil Pena had a two-run homer, and Jansiel Rivera went deep in his first Northwest League at-bat in the bottom of the second inning to lead Everett (16-21) at the plate. Troy Dixon also had two hits.
You must sign in or register to continue reading content. EVERETT — If you’re having a tough time keeping up with all the player turnover this season at Everett Memorial Stadium, you’re probably not alone. Everett’s recent eight-game road trip brought with it a flurry of roster moves as numerous players were promoted, sent elsewhere for rehabilitation stints or even traded away.
You must sign in or register to continue reading content. EVERETT — The Everett AquaSox won their second straight Friday as they topped the Boise Hawks 10-4 before 2,863 fans at Everett Memorial Stadium. The Frogs (15-21) took a 3-1 lead in the bottom of the second inning and never trailed again as they topped Boise (19-17) for the second night in a row. David Banuelos had three hits including two doubles, four RBI and scored twice.
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Selecting a term
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