Hawks Fall 9-2
BOISE, Idaho - A six-run second inning rally helped the Yakima Bears to a 9-2 victory over the Boise Hawks, before 2,862 fans at Memorial Stadium.
The Bears sent ten men to the plate in the outburst, as Yazy Arbelo and Raywilly Gomez each had two-run singles, and Michael Weber added a solo homer.
It was enough for Teo Gutierrez, who tossed a season-high six innings, allowing just three hits, to pick up his second win.
Gomez, Weber, and Henry Zabala had two hits each for the Bears, who meet Spokane tomorrow night in Game 1 of the Northwest League Divisional Series.
Arismendy Alcantara and Chad Noble each had two hits in the loss for Boise, who finished the season with a 34-42 record.
NOTES - Boise ended the season with 105,671 fans through the Memorial Stadium turnstyles, the ninth-straight year with 100,000 or more fans.
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Northwest League Stories from September 5, 2010
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