Catcher Mike Chiarelli reached base in all five of his plate appearance. After walking in the first inning, Chiarelli singled in each of his next four at-bats to finish 4-of-4 at the plate with a run scored and a RBI.
The Bells (7-9) also received three hits each from Chris Amezquita and Danny Hennigs as part of their season-high 14-hit performance.
“Offensively we really needed a game like this to hopefully get us some momentum as we get deeper into the season,” said Bells head coach Brandon Newell. “We were more patient at the plate tonight and that gave our guys a chance to get better pitches late in the count.”
Zack Fowler gave up all four of
The Bells and Falcons continue their series Wednesday with game two at 7 p.m.
Tickets for Wedndsday’s game are still available and can be purchased by contacting the Bells Ticket Office at (360) 527-1035.