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Several AppleSox among league leaders in hitting

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Wenatchee 11, Bellingham 3 last night.  


Bellingham at Wenatchee 7:05 tonight.  


AppleSox among top 5 in WCL.

Connor Spencer 3rd in batting average at .392.

Connor Spencer tied for 4th in hits at 47.

Connor Spencer tied for 4th in RBI’s at 26.

Ryan Barr 2nd in at bats with 147.

Ryan Barr 1st in doubles with 15.

Brock Slavin 3rd in at bats with 145.

Brock Slavin tied for 1st in runs with 31.

Brock Slavin tied for 4th in hit by pitches with 8.

Andre Real tied for 2nd in home runs with 5.

Andre Real tied for 2nd in RBI’s with 29.

Andre Real tied for 2nd in sacrifice flies with 4.

Grant Palmer tied for 5th in sacrifice bunts with 6.  


Wenatchee is third in team batting average at .279.

Wenatchee is third in team ERA at 3.59.  


Wenatchee leads the league in

runs with 224.

hits with 396.

doubles with 79.

RBI’s with 190.

total bases with 513.  


With 11 runs last night Wenatchee has reached double figures for the seventh time this season, the most of anybody in the league.  Next is Kelowna with six.  Kitsap is the only team to not reach double figures at least once.  They have played 41 games and the most runs they’ve scored is seven.  


Some Like it Hot

For those keeping score at home, yesterday was the 13th day in AppleSox history that the high temperature for the day at Pangborn reached triple figures...100 even.  And the home team likes it...they are 11-3 and have won six in a row and 11 of 12.  


July 26 Games

What’s with the 26th?  The AppleSox have struggled more on this date, along with July 5, than any other.  They’ve played eight games, all league, and have but two wins to show for it.  They are 1-1 at home, and have a 2-game losing streak.  They are 0-2 vs. Bellingham (2002 and ‘03).  



North: WENATCHEE 23-18, Walla Walla 23-18, Bellingham 21-19, Victoria 18-19,  Kelowna 14-25

South:  Bend 23-15, Corvallis 23-15, Cowlitz 19-19, Medford 20-21, Klamath Falls 18-20, Kitsap 14-27