AquaSox's manager, Louis Boyd, Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium in Everett on July 28, 2019. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

AquaSox fall in big hole, lose to Canadians

Everett allows eight runs in the first two innings in a 9-5 loss to Vancouver.

HILLSBORO, Ore. — The Everett AquaSox fell behind by seven runs after two innings and suffered their second straight loss to the Vancouver Canadians, 9-5, on Thursday night at Ron Tonkin Field.

Matt Brash started on the mound for Everett and couldn’t get out of the first inning. Brash allowed six runs, three unearned due to a pair of AquaSox errors, on four hits and walked two in just two-thirds of an inning. Brendan McGuigan entered in relief and allowed two earned runs on one hit in 1.1 innings.

Tim Elliott was a bright spot for the Everett staff in the game. Elliott pitched the final six innings and allowed only one run on three hits while striking out 10.

Joseph Rosa doubled, tripled and had two runs batted in for the AquaSox. Star outfielder Julio Rodriguez did not play in the game.

Rafael Lantigua and Tanner Kirwer homered for Vancouver in the game.

Note

According to a tweet from the Mariners’ official player development account, outfielder Cade Marlowe was promoted from Low-A Modesto to High-A Everett on Thursday. Marlowe hit .301 with six home runs, six doubles, five triples and 29 RBI in 34 games with the Nuts.

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