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Rojas Doubles Down against Vegas

July 21, 2019 - Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Salt Lake Bees News Release

The Salt Lake Bees beat the Las Vegas Aviators 8-1 on Sunday afternoon.

After the Aviators plated one run off solo home run in the first, Justin Bour put the Bees ahead in the bottom of the inning with a two-run homer and never looked back.

Salt Lake tacked on three more runs in the second frame off two groundouts and a RBI-double by Jose Rojas to go up 5-1. In the seventh, the Bees extended their lead to 7-1 as Rojas drove in a run and hit his third double of the game and plated another run on a bases-loaded balk. Salt Lake capped off the game with one more run in the eighth as Nick Franklin knocked a RBI-single.

Parker Bridwell (5-4) took the winning decision and had a solid start as he went five and two-thirds innings, allowing only one run on six hits while striking out three. Reliever Zac Ryan followed Bridwell and pitched two and one-thirds scoreless innings. Jeremy Rhoades closed the last frame and secured the win for Salt Lake. For the offense, Rojas led the offense after going 3-for-3 with three doubles and one RBI. Rojas has 33 doubles on the season and 60 extra base hits, both tops in the PCL. With 38 games left in the season Rojas is closing in on the franchise record of 45 doubles (Freddy Sandoval, 2008) and 78 extra base hits (Todd Walker, 1996). Bour homered in his first game with Salt Lake after being optioned from the Angels earlier this week. The Bees and Aviators finished their season series with Las Vegas taking nine games to Salt Lake's seven.

The Bees will take Monday off before returning to Smith's Ballpark for a three game series with the Albuquerque Isotopes. Pioneer Day fireworks are scheduled following the games on Tuesday and Wednesday with first pitch coming at 6:35 p.m.


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