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AppleSox face Gems for second time in two weeks

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Wenatchee 11, Medford 3 last night    

Wenatchee at Klamath Falls 6:35 tonight.    

Wenatchee vs. Klamath Falls

Started in 2011


  • leads 13-2 over and in league games.  They have won all six games in Kiger Stadium.
  • just played the Gems here the 15th through the 17th.  The Sox lost the first of the series 6-3 but bounced back to take the next two 12-2 and 6-4.
  • has scored in double figures six times in the 13 wins.    

June 27 Games

This is one of the best days for AppleSox baseball.  They are 10-2 overall, undefeated in nine league games, undefeated in five road games and have a 9-game win streak.  They are 1-0 vs. Klamath Falls.    

When Joe Mello played at shortstop last night he became the 34th player for Wenatchee in the first 22 days of the season.  The average number of players per season for 14 years is 30.1.    

Three players on this year’s roster have previous experience with the AppleSox, Tyler Kane, Beau Kerns and Trevor Lubking (all pitchers) played here last year.  There have now been 35 young men play two seasons.  The Sox have 10 3-year players – Jason Anderson, Marshall Bratton, Elliot Cribby, Daniel Gebbers, Hawkins Gebbers, Mac Gebbers, Travis Kane, Ronnie Loeffler, Jeremy Mannin and Kris White.  And one person, John Gebbers, played four seasons from 2000 to 2003.    


North: Victoria 10-4, Bellingham 10-5, Walla Walla 10-8, WENATCHEE 9-9, Kelowna 5-13

South:  Bend 13-7, Klamath Falls 11-7,  Corvallis 11-9, Cowlitz 7-8, Medford 8-13, Kitsap 4-15