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

AquaSox’s bats stymied again in loss to Emeralds

The Everett offense manages just three hits and strikes out 16 times in a 6-2 defeat.

EUGENE — Former Everett catcher Andy Thomas hit a grand slam and the AquaSox offense managed just three hits in a 6-2 loss to the Eugene Emeralds on Wednesday night.

Thomas, who was acquired by the San Francisco Giants organization in an Aug. 2 trade that sent Matthew Boyd and Curt Casali to the Seattle Mariners, hit his blast in a five-run third inning that staked the Emeralds to an early 6-o lead.

The AquaSox chipped away with a run in the seventh on a wild pitch and a solo home run by Ty Duvall in the eighth, but couldn’t complete the big comeback.

Bryan Woo started on the mound for Everett (56-65) and allowed six runs on four hits in three innings. Woo struck out four and walked three. Peyton Alford struck out five in two strong innings of relief.

Carson Seymour struck out 13 and allowed just one run on two hits in 6.1 dominant inning for Eugene.

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