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Sox explode for 17 runs. Sweets here tonight.

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Baseball Blurbs by Bruce
Wenatchee 17, Klamath Falls 4, last night.
Walla Walla (5-7) at Wenatchee (7-5) 7:05 tonight.
Two TD’s and  FG
When Wenatchee whacked Klamath Falls 17-4 last night it was the fifth time the AppleSox have scored 17 or more runs in a league game.  The record is 22-10 over Kelowna last year.  The others 20-11 over Everett in 2004, 17-5 over Bend in 2007 and 17-8 over Kelowna in 2012
Wenatchee vs. Walla Walla
Started in 2010
- leads 18-14 overall, 16-12 in league games and is 2-2 in playoff contests.
- leads 9-5 at home.
- has a 4-game winning streak.
- has held the Sweets to 1.88 average runs per game the past eight games.
Longest Run of Home Games
Tonight begins a stretch of six consecutive days with home games, the longest such run this season.   The team record for most successive days playing at Paul Thomas Sr. Baseball Stadium was set in 2007 at nine.  On the other hand, the longest period with no home games this summer is nine, July 13 to 21.  The longest Sox fans have ever gone between watching their favorite team on the local diamond is 10 days, both in 2000 and ‘07.

June 20 Games
Wenatchee also played Walla Walla on the 20th last year, in fact twice.  A game in Wenatchee was rained out the 19th and a doubleheader was played in Walla Walla the next day (they split).  Overall on this day the Sox are 7-4, league 5-4, home 4-1 and have a one-game losing streak.
East: WENATCHEE 6-5, Yakima Valley 4-5, Walla Walla 5-7, Kelowna 5-7
West: Bellingham 8-3, Kitsap 7-4, Cowlitz 7-5, Victoria 5-7
South: Medford 7-3, Corvallis 7-5, Bend 4-9, Klamath Falls 3-9