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Healdsburg runs away with early lead in 8-0 shutout

Crabs are almost at full strength with right-handed pitcher Jonathan Stroman making an appearance in relief; team still waiting on pitcher Jack Enger from the University of Washington

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

HEALDSBURG — Humboldt Crabs fell behind early and couldn't come back in an 8-0 loss to Healdsburg Prune Packers on Wednesday at Recreation Park. The Crabs are now 9-5 on the season.

Healdsburg Prune Packers scored on a single by Bryan Arias in the first inning and a home run by Jacob MacNichols in the second inning off of Crabs starting pitcher Zach Wallace. 

The Humboldt Crabs struggled to contain the high-powered offense of Healdsburg Prune Packers, giving up eight runs. 

A single by Bronson Grubbs in the first inning was a positive for Humboldt CrabsGrubbs went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Humboldt Crabs in hits.

Shamus Lyons led the Healdsburg Prune Packers to victory on the pitcher's mound. He surrendered zero runs on four hits over three innings, walking one.  Ryan Shreve threw five and two-thirds innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Zach Wallace took the loss for Humboldt Crabs. He surrendered five runs on seven hits over six innings, striking out three and walking one. Jonathan Stroman and Ryan Sullivan pitched in relief for the Crabs.

Healdsburg Prune Packers saw the ball well today, racking up 12 hits in the game.  Dane ToftelandAriasMacNichols, and Jamey Smart all managed multiple hits for Healdsburg Prune Packers. Healdsburg Prune Packers was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. MacNichols had the most chances in the field with ten.

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**The Crabs will hit the road today and head south to play Road Game #3 @ San Luis Obispo Blues at Sinsheimer Stadium. Crabs fans will have to tap into the Blues video feed on YouTube or iScore app in order to follow the team. Friday night's game will include a Fireworks show.

 

Prune Packers defeat Crabs 10-6 in Healdsburg in front of packed crowd

Humboldt Crabs drops game one to Healdsburg Prune Packers after late score

JUNE 19, 2018

HEALDSBURG — Humboldt Crabs lost the lead late in a 10-6 defeat to Healdsburg Prune Packers on Tuesday. The game was tied at five with Healdsburg Prune Packers batting in the bottom of the seventh when Ryan Shreve hit a solo homer.

Humboldt Crabs collected nine hits and Healdsburg Prune Packers had 17 in the high-scoring affair.

Healdsburg Prune Packers got things started in the first inning when Bryan Arias tripled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run.

In the top of the fifth inning, Humboldt Crabs tied things up at five. An error scored one run for Humboldt Crabs.

Humboldt Crabs tallied three runs in the fourth inning.  Humboldt Crabs put the pressure on, lead by a single by Chase Larsen and a home run by Jackson O'Boy.

Healdsburg Prune Packers scored three runs in the eighth inning. The offensive onslaught by Healdsburg Prune Packers was led by Quentin Selma and Shreve, who each had RBIs in the inning.

Nick Roth got the win for Healdsburg Prune Packers. He lasted three and a third innings, allowing one hit and one run while striking out three and walking zero.  Jackson Cunninghamthrew one inning in relief out of the bullpen.

Chris Brown took the loss for Humboldt Crabs. He allowed nine hits and five runs over six innings, striking out four and walking zero.

Alec Renard started the game for Healdsburg Prune Packers. He surrendered five runs on eight hits over four and two-thirds innings, striking out five and walking zero

Humboldt Crabs hit two home runs on the day. McCarthy Tatum went yard in the eighth inning. O'Boy went deep in the fourth inning.

Humboldt Crabs racked up nine hits on the day.  Larsen and Tatum each managed multiple hits for Humboldt Crabs.  Tatum and Larsen all had two hits to lead Humboldt CrabsHumboldt Crabs was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. Tatum made the most plays with ten.

Healdsburg Prune Packers collected 17 hits on the day.  AriasLuke FegenKyle BarretCade PetersShreve, and Jacob MacNichols all had multiple hits for Healdsburg Prune Packers.  Arias led Healdsburg Prune Packers with four hits in four at bats.

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**Game two tonight at 6pm in Healdsburg. Crabs radio announcer Liam Warner will be in the stands broadcasting the game via the Crabs Facebook Live (Coach Morgan's iPad mounted in stands) and on the Crabs YouTube channel. Crabs head down south to play the San Luis Obispo Blues this weekend. Follow the Blues on their YouTube Channel for game coverage.

Crabs lose lead early in 3-0 defeat vs Studs

Photo caption: The Crabs celebrate on the field after Saturday's win in extra innings against the Studs - photo by Matt Filar

Crabs will go on the road and play the Healdsburg Prune Packers and SLO Blues next

June 17, 2018

Arcata — Humboldt Crabs fell behind early and couldn't come back in a 3-0 loss to Seattle Studs on Sunday in front of 1,150 fans. Seattle Studs took the lead on a fielder's choice in the second inning.

The pitching was strong on both sides. Seattle Studs pitchers struck out four, while Humboldt Crabs sat down three.

Seattle Studs got things started in the second inning when Alexander Trautner induced Henry Cheney to hit into a fielder's choice, but one run scored.

A single by Kokko Figueiredo in the first inning was a positive for Humboldt Crabs.

Alex Spahman earned the win for Seattle Studs. He lasted nine innings, allowing two hits and zero runs while striking out four and walking zero.

Trautner took the loss for Humboldt Crabs. He went seven innings, allowing three runs on seven hits and striking out one.

Figueiredo and Bronson Grubbs all had one hit to lead Humboldt Crabs.  Humboldt Crabsdidn't commit a single error in the field. Ramon Enriquez had the most chances in the field with 12.

Seattle Studs collected nine hits on the day.  Landon Riker and Matt Zoba each racked up multiple hits for Seattle Studs.  Riker went 3-for-5 at the plate to lead Seattle Studs in hits. Seattle Studs was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Brennan Hancock had the most chances in the field with 14.

The Crabs will go on the road to play the Healdsburg Prune Packers and then a weekend series vs the San Luis Obispo Blues. View the Crabs schedule page for more info. The Prune Packers series will be available online at KGOE 1480AM and the SLO series will be available on the team's YouTube stream. Both away teams use the iScore app that you can download to your phone or computer.

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Crabs fall to Seattle Studs after seventh inning score

Photo Caption: Thank you to Crabs sponsors Aalfs, Evans & Company for feeding the players after the Studs game in right field. The Crabs were hungry and weary after playing 20 innings in Redding last night and then traveling back to Arcata shortly after.

ARCATA — The Crabs returned to Arcata Friday afternoon from a two-game series in Redding -- a marathon 20-inning game -- where the Crabs prevailed 9-7 around 1:40am in the morning. 

At 7pm on Friday night at the Arcata ballpark, in front 767 fans, the Seattle Cheney Studs pulled away in the seventh inning to beat the Crabs 3-2. The Studs ended the Crabs 8-game winning streak with the win.

The Crabs-Studs game was tied at one with Seattle batting in the top of the seventh when Brennan Hancock singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run.

The pitching was strong on both sides. Seattle Studs pitchers struck out 11, while Humboldt Crabs sat down 11.

Alex Pham took the loss for Humboldt Crabs. He lasted six and two-thirds innings, allowing six hits and three runs while striking out 11. 

Seattle Studs fired up the offense in the second inning.  Garrett Breda grounded out, scoring one run.

Humboldt Crabs evened things up at one in the bottom of the sixth inning.  Humboldt Crabs scored one run when Jackson Kritch doubled. 

Seattle Studs pulled away for good with two runs in the seventh inning. Mitch Viydo got the win for Seattle Studs. He surrendered one run on four hits over six innings, striking out nine.   

Brian Bass and Anthony Brady entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.  Brady recorded the last three outs to earn the save for Seattle Studs.

Humboldt Crabs had eight hits in the game.  Kokko Figueiredo and Kritch all managed multiple hits for Humboldt Crabs.  Kritch and Figueiredo each managed two hits to lead Humboldt Crabs

Hancock led Seattle Studs with two hits in four at bats.   

The Crabs are almost at full strength. Two players from San Jose State were late additions to the roster. Infielder Santiago "Chagi" Cantu and outfielder Kellen Strahm suited up in Redding as well as the ambidextrous LHP/RHP Alexander Trautner from UC Davis.

The Crabs are waiting on pitcher Jack Enger from the University of Washington who is in Omaha for the College World Series today, catcher Jackson O'Boy from UC Davis and pitcher Jonathan Stroman from Arizona.

They will be joining the team in Healdsburg on June 19-June 20 for a two-game series against former major leaguer Joey Gomes' Prune Packers.

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Crabs claim lead in 20th inning to defeat Redding Colt 45s, 9-7

Thursday, June 14, 2018
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REDDING — Humboldt Crabs stole the lead late and defeated Redding Colt 45s 9-7 on Thursday. The game was tied at seven with Humboldt Crabs batting in the top of the twentieth when Chase Larsen singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.

Humboldt Crabs was boosted by McCarthy Tatum who went 6-for-9 at the plate. Tatum doubled in the fifth, singled in the seventh, singled in the tenth, singled in the fifteenth, singled in the seventeenth, and tripled in the twentieth.

Humboldt Crabs captured the lead in the fourth inning. Jackson Kritch doubled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run.

Redding Colt 45s evened things up at seven in the bottom of the tenth inning. Jake Gozzo grounded out, scoring one run.

Santiago Cantu earned the victory on the mound for Humboldt Crabs. He lasted four innings, allowing one hit and zero runs while striking out one and walking zero. Alexander Trautner, Kenton Carruthers, and Justin Berry all put in work in relief out of the bullpen, steering their team towards the victory.

Andrew Najeeb-Brush started the game for Humboldt Crabs. He allowed four hits and three runs over six innings, striking out nine

Redding Colt 45's smacked two home runs on the day. Daniel Duerte had a long ball in the eighth inning. Gozzo went for the long ball in the fifth inning.

Humboldt Crabs tallied 23 hits on the day. Tatum, Connor Blair, Ramon Enriquez, Kokko Figueiredo, Larsen, and Kritch each managed multiple hits for Humboldt Crabs. Tatum went 6-for-9 at the plate to lead Humboldt Crabs in hits.

Redding Colt 45's collected 13 hits. Coby Zimmerman, Gozzo, Derick Kuhn, Eric Carlson, and Duerte all had multiple hits for Redding Colt 45's. Zimmerman led Redding Colt 45's with three hits in seven at bats.

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*** The Crabs return to Arcata today to take on the Seattle Studs in a 3-game series. Saturday's game will start at 2:30pm (gates open at 1:30pm) due to the 28th annual Oyster Festival going on the Arcata Plaza. Parking will be limited, but fans can take the Ofest Shuttles from HSU Parking Lot and Arcata High's parking lot if needed. The Oyster Festival starts at 10am and goes until 5pm. Click Here for link to shuttle map.

*** Sunday is the Pierson's Building Center's Father's Day big giveaway! Grab your raffle ticket upon entry to the game at 12:30pm (gates open at 11:30am). $650 worth of misc hardware gadgets and tools and a $250 gift card all donated by Pierson's "the Big Hammer." Also, Barry Smith Construction donated canvas shopping bags so you can hit the Crabs souvenir stand, and a gift basket donated by the North Coast Co-Op will be raffled off as well. 

Big second inning propels Crabs to win over Redding Colt 45s 8-1

San Jose State pitcher and returning Crab Zach Wallace fans ten, and goes eight innings in win

REDDING — Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Humboldt Crabs put up six runs in the second on its way to an 8-1 victory over Redding Colt 45's on Wednesday. The offensive onslaught came from doubles by Jackson Kritch and Bronson Grubbs, by Wesley Ghan-Gibson, and a groundout by McCarthy Tatum.

Humboldt Crabs got things started in the second inning.  Ghan-Gibson was hit by a pitch, driving in a run.

Zach Wallace pitched Humboldt Crabs to victory. He lasted eight innings, allowing six hits and one run while striking out ten.  Kenton Carruthers threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen.

JJ Reeves took the loss for Redding Colt 45's. He lasted six and a third innings, allowing five hits and two runs while striking out two.

Humboldt Crabs hit one home run on the day. Tatum had a homer in the seventh inning.

Humboldt Crabs saw the ball well today, racking up eight hits in the game.  Kokko Figueiredoand Kritch all managed multiple hits for Humboldt CrabsKritch and Figueiredo each collected two hits to lead Humboldt Crabs.

Redding Colt 45's totaled six hits.  Coby Zimmerman and Lane Pritchard each collected multiple hits for Redding Colt 45's.

Follow the Crabs vs Redding Colt 45s on the app called GameChanger. Sign up, follow the Crabs and become a "Fan" of the team and then watch on your computer or smart phone. Coach Brad Morgan will set up his iPad from the stands in Tiger Field and stream the game live on the Crabs Facebook page. There will only be PA sound though. 

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Crabs go on the road to Redding, Healdsburg and San Luis Obispo

Crabs Road Trip Info:

The Humboldt Crabs Baseball team will go on the road tomorrow (Wed, June 13 - Thurs, June 14) to face the Redding Colt 45s for a two-game series at Tiger Field in Redding. The Colt 45s stream their games on KCNR 1460AM and use PointStreak scoring system that you can access through their website. They also use Twitter so you can follow along. They have a YouTube channel where you can watch player interviews. Visit their website for more info: http://www.reddingcolt45s.com

You can also follow the Crabs all season long on the app: GameChanger! Download to your phone or computer. Just sign up with an email and then follow the Humboldt Crabs as a FAN. There is an audio button and a live button you can click on for a Siri-type voice who will let you know the scoring. Crabs players Nate Verlin & Cyle Watkins will be scoring the Crabs vs Redding Colt 45s series. https://gc.com

The Crabs will steam live video on the Crabs Facebook page of the Colt 45s game from Crabs Coach Morgan's iPad set up in the stands. There will be no play by play, but use the GameChanger app in unison for scoring updates.

All Redding Colt 45s tickets are general admission – gates open 45 minutes before game start time.

Ticket Prices:
Adults- $5.00
Student and Seniors- $3.00
Under 12 – $2.00

Tiger Field is located in South City Park, directly north of the Redding Public Library.

  • No outside food, drinks, or containers allowed at Colt 45s games
  • No pets allowed at Colt 45s games.  We require certification papers be presented for service dogs.
  • Email Questions to: reddingcolt45@gmail.com

When the Crabs travel to Healdsburg on Tues, June 19 - Wed, June 20, Liam Warner from the Crabs media booth will travel to broadcast the game on YouTube, GameChanger and on KGOE 1480AM radio. The Prune Packers use a scoring system called iScore you can follow along with by going to their website. The Prune Packers play at historic Recreation Park in Healdsburg and charge $5 for all tickets with general admission seating and children under 12 are free. http://www.prunepackers.org

Crabs vs SLO Blues on June 22-June 24
The San Luis Obispo Blues play at Sinsheimer Park Their stadium is located at 900 Southwood Dr, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401. Visit their website at: https://bluesbaseball.com The Blues stream their games on YouTube. They have their own channel like the Crabs. Visit: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQb1ckCVKrVuPw_5TmRtTHQ

For questions, email info@bluesbaseball.com. General Admission tickets are $8, Seniors and Military, Children under 12 are $5 and children under 2 are FREE.

Friday, June 22 is SunRun Fireworks Show at Blues Game
Get here early, as seats fill up quickly on fireworks nights! Fireworks will begin at the end of the game. This game usually sells out, to purchase tickets a head of time, click the link below. http://clarkcenter.org/slo-blues-baseball/

Four Crabs pitchers rally in shutout victory against Valley Bears

June, 10, 2108

ARCATA — Humboldt Crabs defeated Valley Bears 19-0 on Sunday as four pitchers combined to throw a shutout on Sunday in front of a crowd of 692. Andrew Najeeb-Brush struck out Cody Fierro to finish off the game.

Wesley Ghan-Gibson led Humboldt Crabs to victory by driving in four runs. He went 2-for-5 at the plate. Ghan-Gibson drove in runs on a in the third, a groundout in the fourth, and a home run in the seventh.

Humboldt Crabs fired up the offense in the second inning. Ramon Enriquez drove in two when he homered.

Humboldt Crabs scored four runs in the third inning. Ghan-Gibson, Bronson Grubbs, Johnny Mendoza, and McCarthy Tatum all moved runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning.

One bright spot for Valley Bears was a double by Conner Martin in the third inning.

Dylan Campbell was credited with the victory for Humboldt Crabs. He went six innings, allowing zero runs on three hits, striking out five and walking one. Najeeb-Brush, Ryan Sullivan, and Justin Berry all put in work in relief out of the bullpen, steering their team towards the victory.

Russell McClung took the loss for Valley Bears. He allowed five hits and eight runs over three innings.

Humboldt Crabs socked two home runs on the day. Ghan-Gibson had a long ball in the seventh inning. Enriquez had a dinger in the second inning.

Humboldt Crabs racked up 11 hits on the day. Grubbs, Ghan-Gibson, Enriquez, Mendoza, and Tatum all managed multiple hits for Humboldt Crabs. Tatum, Mendoza, Enriquez, Ghan-Gibson, and Grubbs each collected two hits to lead Humboldt Crabs. Humboldt Crabs was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. Tatum made the most plays with 11.

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Crabs take two from Seals Baseball

GAME TWO:

Crabs beat Seals baseball 4-3 in 12 innings

Humboldt Crabs wins contest against Seals Baseball, 4-3 on Wed., June 6, 2018. 

Humboldt Crabs fired up the offense in the second inning. Humboldt Crabs scored one run when Wesley Ghan-Gibson singled.

Humboldt Crabs pulled away for good with one run in the fourth inning. In the fourth an error scored one run for Humboldt Crabs.

McCarthy Tatum was the winning pitcher for Humboldt Crabs. He allowed six hits and zero runs over four innings, striking out five and walking one. Kenton Carruthers threw three innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Patrick Coleman took the loss for Seals Baseball. He went two innings, allowing zero runs on one hit, striking out four and walking zero.

Andrew Najeeb-Brush started the game for Humboldt Crabs. He allowed seven hits and three runs over five innings, striking out six Kyle Scott started the game for Seals Baseball. He surrendered three runs on five hits over five innings, striking out seven

Seals Baseball socked two home runs on the day. Louis Gately had a homer in the third inning. Matt Mahone went for the long ball in the third inning.

Ghan-Gibson went 2-for-5 at the plate to lead Humboldt Crabs in hits. Humboldt Crabs stole nine bases during the game as two players stole more than one. Bronson Grubbs led the way with two.

Seals Baseball tallied 15 hits on the day. Gately, Dalton Schroeder, Coby Eckstein, Mahone, Kevin Gregerson, and Kai Moody all managed multiple hits for Seals Baseball.

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Scott Eskra memorial: Crabs family honors one of their own 

In the spring of 1995, Scott Eskra made his debut with the Humboldt Crabs on June 11th and smacked two home runs. According to the information in the 1996 Crabs program, with results from the previous year, Eskra batted .411 (2nd on the team) and led the club in home runs (9), RBI’s (39) and slugging percentage (.729).  

Later in the year he was also drafted by the Florida Marlins who retained his rights even though he remained in school.  Scott then transferred to Lassen College where he played in the spring of 1996.

Eskra was recruited by the University of Mississippi and enrolled in school in the fall of 1996 so he could play during the 1997 season. He had a stellar year for the “Ole Miss” Rebels as he went on a hitting tear and was 2nd on the team with a .350 average. He did not play in 1998 but returned to Humboldt County and, in 1999, played with the Humboldt All-Stars including several games against the Crabs. In 2015 Scott Eskra was inducted into the Humboldt Crabs Hall of Fame.  - Jack Nash

Scott Eskra's #24 jersey will hang in the ballpark in right field.

 

GAME ONE:

Jackson Kritch drives in four to Humboldt Crabs victory over Seals Baseball

Jackson Kritch drove in four on two hits to lead Humboldt Crabs past Seals Baseball 15-8 on Tuesday, June 5, 2018. 

Kritch drove in runs on a home run in the fourth, a single in the fifth, and a walk in the sixth.

There was plenty of action on the basepaths as Humboldt Crabs collected 11 hits and Seals Baseball had 12.

Seals Baseball got things moving in the first inning. An error scored one run for Seals Baseball.

Humboldt Crabs pulled away for good with three runs in the fourth inning. In the fourth Kritch homered on a 1-1 count, scoring two runs and Connor Blair's sac fly scored one run for Humboldt Crabs.

Humboldt Crabs scored six runs in the seventh inning. Humboldt Crabs offense in the inning was led by Blair, Johnny Mendoza, Bronson Grubbs, Kokko Figueiredo, and Blair, who each had RBIs in the inning.

Seals Baseball scored three runs in the seventh inning. Seals Baseball scored its runs on a double by Louis Gately.

Zach Wallace was credited with the victory for Humboldt Crabs. He surrendered two runs on eight hits over five innings, striking out four. Justin Berry and Ryan Sullivan entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.

Karter Koch took the loss for Seals Baseball. He lasted three and a third innings, allowing five hits and four runs while striking out two.

Humboldt Crabs launched one home run on the day. Kritch put one out in the fourth inning.

Humboldt Crabs racked up 11 hits on the day. Blair, Ramon Enriquez, Chase Larsen, and Kritch all managed multiple hits for Humboldt Crabs. Kritch, Larsen, Enriquez, and Blair each collected two hits to lead Humboldt Crabs. Humboldt Crabs stole six bases during the game as two players stole more than one. Grubbs led the way with two.

Seals Baseball saw the ball well today, racking up 12 hits in the game. Gately, Matt Mahone, and Bryant Nakasawa each collected multiple hits for Seals Baseball. Gately led Seals Baseball with three hits in five at bats.

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Humboldt Crabs Claims Lead In Sixth Inning To Defeat Corvallis Knights

Photo by Erik Fraser
Humboldt Crabs vs. Corvallis Knights, Game 1
Crabs 6, Knights 2
ARCATA, CA | June 1, 2018
Attendance: 1,069

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Humboldt Crabs snagged a late lead and defeated Corvallis Knights 6-2 on Friday. The game was tied at two with Humboldt Crabs batting in the bottom of the sixth when Jackson Kritch was hit by a pitch, driving in a run.

In the first inning, Humboldt Crabs got their offense started.  Carson Cunningham's wild pitch allowed one run to score for Humboldt Crabs.

Humboldt Crabs evened things up at two in the bottom of the fifth inning.  Kritch hit a solo homer.

Humboldt Crabs pulled away for good with four runs in the sixth inning. In the sixth Kritchwas hit by a pitch, driving in a run, Bronson Grubbs singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring two runs, and Kokko Figueiredo singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.

Alex Pham led the Humboldt Crabs to victory on the hill. He went six innings, allowing two runs on four hits, striking out eight and walking one.  Zach Wallace threw three innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Logan Nousen took the loss for Corvallis Knights. He allowed one hit and four runs over one and two-thirds innings, striking out one.

Cunningham started the game for Corvallis Knights. He went four innings, allowing two runs on three hits and striking out eight

Humboldt Crabs launched one home run on the day. Kritch went yard in the fifth inning.

McCarthy Tatum went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Humboldt Crabs in hits.

Corvallis Knights didn't commit a single error in the field. Cole Hamilton had 11 chances in the field, the most on the team.

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