Everett Takes Two in Double-Header

AquaSox use 12 innings to win second game

By Matt Ward / Tri-City Dust Devils | August 26, 2013 10:46 PM ET

The Everett AquaSox needed a six-run 12th inning in the second game of a double-header to complete a sweep of the Tri-City Dust Devils by the scores of 4-0 and 7-1 Monday night at Gesa Stadium.

Tri-City (12-20 Second Half, 31-39 Overall) was only able to muster one run over the 19 innings of baseball between the two games.

Tri-City right-hander Johendi Jiminian (3-4) took the loss in the first game of the double-header, giving up four runs on seven hits over six innings on the bump. Shawn Stuart (3-2) would take the loss in game two for the Dust Devils.

AquaSox (18-14, 41-29) southpaw Nate Koneski (2-1) was nearly unhittable in the first game of the day, allowing just two hits over his five innings. He did allow five walks and struck out two in a winning effort. Richard White (3-2) would get the win in game two for Everett.

The Papa John's Hit Men of the double-header did not get a hit Monday night. Despite the fact that they were unable to record a hit, Papa Johns decided that everyone can head to papajohns.com and type in promo code "dustdevils", where you can buy any pizza and receive a second pizza of equal or lesser value for free. This promo code is valid tomorrow only, Tuesday August 27th, at all Tri-City locations. Thank you, Papa Johns!

The Northwest League will have a day off Tuesday. The Dust Devils will return to action on Wednesday for the start of a three game series in Vancouver, BC against the Canadians. Tri-City will return to Gesa Stadium for the final home series of the regular season of Saturday, August 31st where they will play the Canadians for three more games. It will be Fireworks Night presented by American Family Insurance, with first pitch at 7:15 PM. Tickets are available by visiting www.dustdevilsbaseball.com or calling the front office at (509) 544-8789.

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