The second largest crown in Joe Martin Field history—1,747—waited in anticipation for the post-game fireworks show late into the game, but the Bells snuck in a display of their own in the eighth inning.
Hertler’s two-out single gave
Poggemeyer allowed just six hits in his nine-inning shutout to pick up his second win. He did walk four batters and hit two others, but he also added two strikeouts.
“That’s what we expect Tyrell to do for us every time we put the ball in his hand,” said Bells head coach Brandon Newell. “He continues to command his pitches and keep hitters off balance.
“We’ve had a different guy step up each night and everybody’s willing to do whatever it takes to get us the win.”
The Bells take a four-game win streak to Kitsap beginning Saturday, July 4.