VANCOUVER, BC: AquaSox starting pitcher Logan Rinehart held Vancouver scoreless and hitless for five innings. While, four Everett relievers limited the Canadians to one run on one hit, but it took a late comeback for the AquaSox to eke out a 4-1 win in 10 innings before a crowd of
VANCOUVER, BC: AquaSox starting pitcher Logan Rinehart held Vancouver scoreless and hitless for five innings. While, four Everett relievers limited the Canadians to one run on one hit, but it took a late comeback for the AquaSox to eke out a 4-1 win in 10 innings before a crowd of 5151 at Nat Bailey Stadium. The Frogs have taken the first three games of the six-game series and trail first-place Vancouver by 1 1/2 games in the second half standings.
Rinehart struck out nine and walked two while throwing 70 pitches (46 for strikes) in his longest outing of the season.
Vancouver was without a hit until Harry Ray led off the eighth inning with a double to left. Ray advanced to third on a passed ball and scored on an infield ground out by Dasan Brown, which made it 1-0 Vancouver.
With one out in the top of the ninth, Mike Salvatore tied the game with a solo homer to left off Vancouver right-hander Justin Kelly (4-2).
The AquaSox scored three in the top of the 10th. After loading the bases with nobody out, pinch runner James Parker tagged up on Noelvi Marte's shallow fly ball to center. Brown's throw from centerfield was dropped by Canadians catcher Andres Sosa for an error allowing Colin Davis to get to third base. With Alberto Rodriguez batting Cole Barr stole second but Sosa's throw was errant allowing Davis to score. Rodriguez followed with a single to left to score Barr.
Alberto Rodriguez extended his hitting streak to 10 games. Marte batted 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Kyle Hill worked a scoreless 10th for his fifth save.
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The Everett AquaSox are the High-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners who were ranked number one by Baseball America’s 2022 Organization Talent Rankings. The roster is highlighted by shortstop Noelvi Marte. Marte is currently ranked number twenty on MLBs top 100 list and ranked number one on the Mariners top 30 prospects list. Joining Marte in Everett from the Mariners top 30 prospect list are: Outfielder Alberto Rodriguez (#7), pitcher Adam Macko (#9), pitcher Bryce Miller (#21), outfielder Victor Labrada (#24) and pitcher Prelander Berroa (#28).
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