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Tacoma Erupts for 23 Runs Against Grays Harbor

Tacoma Erupts for 23 Runs Against Grays Harbor imagePosted: 5/13/2008 1:21:00 PM

Tacoma, WA - Offense has been the calling card of the Tacoma Titans this season, but on Wednesday it got a little out of hand. TCC pounded out 22 hits enroute to a 23-4 pasting of Grays Harbor. The Titans tallied three runs in the first, then exploded for eleven in the second frame. Five more runs followed in the third inning, and the last four coming in the fourth. Starter Blake Webster held the Chokers hitless in his scheduled four innings of work. Five Titan relievers combined to keep Grays Harbor in check the rest of the way.

Eleven Titans notched hits in the game, led by Diego Robles' four. The sophomore third baseman was 4-6 on the game, including a three-run blast in the second inning. He totaled five RBI on the day. Will McKenney had three hits, four RBI, and scored three runs, as did Alex Seymour. Matt Gomes also recorded three hits in the contest. Allan Bennett was 2-3, swiped two bags, and scored three times.

TCC Notes:
Will McKenney currently leads the Western Division batting title race at .436. Anthony Dallosto is second at .422. The Titans are hitting .301 as a team on the season. Diego Robles leads the Western Division in RBI at 40. He is also second in home runs with five. Freshman Patrick Meisenheimer is second in wins with six.

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