Hit Parade Enough to Edge New Hampshire

Thunder Strength and Conditioning Coach Kaz Manabe joins the SBLI Pre-Game Show

(Trenton, NJ) – The Trenton Thunder (33-21) used a season-high 17 hits to win a wild ball game against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (35-19) 7-6 in front of 6,406 fans on Friday night at Waterfront Park. Cody Johnson, Corban Joseph and Ray Kruml each had three hits, and DeAngelo Mack drove in his first two runs at Double-A to lead the Thunder past the first place Fisher Cats. With the victory in game one of the three-game set, Trenton avoids losing back-to-back games for the first time since late April.

Hank:
Pretty? Nope. Clean? Nah.
But a win is a win though
Number five for Hall

Jay:
Defensive game cursed
Shaeffer battles through the worst
Two games behind first

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