More explosive offense
Eric Filia, David Greer and Austin Grebeck each pound out four hits in the AquaSox’s 17-1 rout of the Hawks,
BOISE, Idaho — It’s become a familiar theme for the Everett AquaSox over the course of the second half of the Northwest League season — an early offensive firestorm, followed by steady pitching and a continued onslaught on the scoreboard.
Four Sox batters posted fourhit days in a 17-1 thrashing of the Boise Hawks on Tuesday night, as Everett improved to 41-29 overall and 22-9 in the second half of the season.
On this night it was an RBI single by Kristian Brito, a tworun single by David Greer and a double steal that resulted in a four-run first inning for Everett, a lead which was never challenged.
Reggie McClain improved to 3-3 on the season after holding the Hawks to one run on seven hits in six innings of work.
Greer, Eric Filia and Austin Grebeck each had four hits, combining to go 12-for-18 at the plate with six runs scored and five driven in.
Everett will tangle with Boise again on Wednesday night, with first pitch scheduled for 6:15 p.m.