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GAME RECAP 07/10/2018

LINCOLN POTTERS (4) at KLAMATH FALLS GEMS (1)
The Gems pounded out ten hits and took advantage of two errors for a 4-1 victory on Tuesday.   Haydn Nabers was outstanding in his first start of the season for Lincoln.  Nabers struke out seven batters and only allowed two hits in 7.0 innings of work. Logan Wurm went the last two innings for the save. 

Charles Middleton, Zach Patterson, and Joe Starick each had two hits for the Potters. 

Starick, who hit his forth home run in the fourth inning, had two RBI’s.

Aki Buckson hit a solo home run in the top of the 5th inning for the only Gems run.  

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SAN FRANCISCO SEALS (3) at MEDFORD ROGUES (11)
James Bell and AJ Miller accounted for the first five and six of the 11 runs for the Rogues as they flew past the Seals, 11-3 in front of 926 fans.

Miller belted a two-run home run third inning, his second of the year and the 15th home run hit at Harry & David Field by the Rogues.

San Francisco’s Matt Monahan went 2-3 to raise his average to .402.  Monahan now trails Cole Carder by .005 for the league lead as he was 1-3 in the game. 
Carder and Kody Garvin each scored three runs.

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CHICO HEAT (8) at YUBA SUTTER GOLD SOX (3)
The Heat (29-7) traveled to take on the Yuba Sutter Gold Sox (9-25) on Tuesday night at Colusa Casino Stadium.  The Heat pitchers combined to strike out 13 batters without issuing a wall in a 8-3 win. 

Blake Hannah to improve allowed two earn runs in 5.0 of work to improve to 4-0 on the season. 

Alex Crouch was 3-4 with his first home run of the season and Brandon Stewart also had three hits for Chico.  Andrew  Meggs, Joe Debaca, Matt Kimura each doubled .

The Gold Sox committed five errors in the game. 

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