The 14th-ranked San Manuel baseball team used a four-run fourth inning and a seven-run sixth to handily defeat Globe on the road last Tuesday, 13 – 0.
The Miners pounded out five extra-base hits – four doubles, a triple and a homerun – of their 16 total hits in the win. Javy Tamayo led the hit parade, going 3-for-4, and five Miners had two hits apiece, including Benny Laguna, Kevin Carter, Isaiah Sanchez, Louis Chavez, and Christian Estrada.
Laguna, Sanchez, Chavez, and Julian Rodriguez each doubled against the Tigers, Carter hit a triple and Saul Quijada hit his first homerun of the season. Rodriguez, Sanchez and Chavez each also drove in a pair of runs in the game.
The Miners also swiped nine bases in the game. led by Estrada’s three steals and two more by Tamayo.
On the mound, Tamayo tossed a complete-game shutout, allowing only three hits and fanning 11 for his first win of the year.
Up next: Apr. 4 at San Miguel, Apr. 5 vs. Santa Rita and Apr. 9 at San Carlos. All games are scheduled for 4 p.m.