pitched six innings, giving up one run on five hits as the won their sixth straight game, 12-3, over the Worcester Tornadoes on Friday night at Provident Bank Park in Pomona.
The Boulders scored four runs in the first inning off Tornadoes' starter
Walker McKinven, including RBI's by Phil Cuadrado, Ryan Scoma, Billy
Alvino and Cole Kraft. That four-run frame knocked McKinven out of the game and the Tornadoes used eight different pitchers over their eight defensive innings,
including two position players, Tony Patane and Cam Kneeland.
The Boulders (32-27) are now a season-high five games over .500 and
currently stand only a game and a half behind New Jersey for
second-place in the Can-Am League.
Rockland looks to take the third game of this four game set today
at 7 p.m. with Pat Moran on the mound.
Today, there will be a Fireworks Extravaganza Pyromusical after the
game, presented by RSSM, LLP. It's also Christmas in July Night as the ballpark will be decorated for the holiday season.