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

Big 7th inning propels AquaSox by Indians

Everett scores five runs in the 7th and bounces back from back-to-back losses.

SPOKANE — Four different AquaSox drove in runs during a five-run seventh inning and Everett bounced back form back-to-back losses to beat the Spokane Indians 7-5 on Friday at Avista Stadium.

Alberto Rodriguez and Andy Thomas worked bases-loaded walks, Myles Miller hit a two-run single and James Parker had an RBI fielder’s choice in the top of the seventh for the AquaSox (32-34). Thomas added a run with an RBI groundout in the eighth and Rodriguez drove in Everett’s first run with a sac fly.

Rodriguez, Thomas, Trent Tingelstad and Victor Labrada had two hits apiece and the AquaSox walked nine times.

Zac Veen hit a two-run home run and Colin Simpson a solo shot for the Indians (34-31). Nic Kent and Julio Carreras added RBI singles.

Everett starter Prelander Berroa allowed one run on two hits and two walks over four innings, striking out six. Jarod Bayless (3-2) allowed three runs over two innings but earned the win. Kyle Hill picked up his third save.

Spokane’s Shelby Lackey (0-3) took the loss after allowing five runs on two hits and three walks over 1.1 innings.

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