Four RBI day for Damian Henderson

 

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Four RBI day for Damian Henderson Seals the deal in Humboldt’s 15-1 victory over the Humboldt B52's

The Crabs defeated the Humboldt B52's 15-1 on Tuesday night thanks in part to Damian Henderson, who drove in four runners. Henderson drove in runs on a double in the fourth and a double in the fifth.

Humboldt got things started in the first inning. An error scored one run for the Crabs.

The Crabs notched five runs in the fifth inning. HendersonVinny Bologna, and Carter Booth all drove in runs in the frame.

Tyler Condie earned the win for Humboldt. He went six innings, allowing zero runs on five hits and striking out five. Bryce Short and Wyatt Tucker entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.

Tommy Gale took the loss for the Humboldt B52's. He surrendered nine runs on six hits over four innings, striking out one.

The Crabs smacked one home run on the day. Bologna went deep in the eighth inning.

The Crabs racked up 13 hits on the day. BolognaHendersonDylan JohnsonBoothKokko Figueiredo, and Ryan Higgins all had multiple hits for the CrabsHigginsFigueiredoBoothJohnsonHenderson, and Bologna each collected two hits to lead the Crabs. The team was sure-handed in the field and didn't commit a single error. Aidan Morris had the most chances in the field with 11.

 

Humboldt slides into a 11-1 blow-out win over the Lincoln Potters in away game

Humboldt cruised to an easy victory over Lincoln Potters 11-1 on Sunday in hot Lincoln.

The Crabs scored four runs in the fourth inning. The Crabs offense in the inning came from singles by Jalen Smith and Bryce Kirk and a walk by Dawson Bacho.

Evan Gibbons earned the victory on the hill for Humboldt. He allowed zero hits and zero runs over five innings, striking out seven. Dalton Smith threw four innings in relief out of the bullpen.

The Crabs racked up 12 hits in the game. BachoKirkDaniel Carrizosa, and Smith all had multiple hits for Humboldt CrabsBacho went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead the Humboldt Crabs in hits.

 

Humboldt Crabs grabs lead in ninth inning for 8-7 victory over the Lincoln Potters

Humboldt took the lead late and defeated Lincoln Potters 8-7 on Saturday. The game was tied at seven with the Crabs batting in the top of the ninth when Kokko Figueiredo singled on a 1-1 count, scoring one run.

Damian Henderson led the Crabs to victory by driving in four runs. He went 3-for-3 at the plate. Henderson drove in runs on a single in the first and a home run in the third.

Lincoln Potters opened up their scoring in the second inning when Zach Arnold homered on a 3-2 count, scoring four runs.

The Crabs evened things up at seven in the top of the fourth inning. Figueiredo drove in one when he singled.

Humboldt notched four runs in the third inning. The Crabs batters contributing to the big inning included Bryce Kirk and Henderson, all knocking in runs in the inning.

Steven Ouellette got the win for the Humboldt Crabs. He allowed zero hits and zero runs over one inning, striking out two and walking one. Dylan Campbell threw four and two-thirds innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Tyler Mead took the loss for Lincoln Potters. He allowed two hits and one run over two innings, striking out one and walking zero.

Davonte Butler started the game for the Crabs. He went two and a third innings, allowing seven runs on ten hits and striking out two Cade Farr started the game for Lincoln Potters. He lasted two and a third innings, allowing five hits and six runs while striking out three

The Crabs smacked one home run on the day. Henderson had a dinger in the third inning.

Humboldt tallied ten hits. Henderson and Figueiredo all managed multiple hits for the Humboldt CrabsHenderson led the team with three hits in three at bats. The Crabs didn't commit a single error in the field. Dom Souto had nine chances in the field, the most on the team.

 

Humboldt clinches lead in the seventh inning for a 12-7 victory over the Healdsburg Prune Packers

Humboldt ran off with the lead late in the game in a 12-7 victory over Healdsburg Prune Packers on Thursday. The Crabs trailed 7-6 in the top of the seventh inning when Daniel Carrizosa singled on a 0-2 count, scoring two runs.

Dom Souto led Humboldt to victory by driving in four runs. He went 3-for-3 at the plate. Souto drove in runs on a walk in the seventh and a home run in the ninth.

The Prune Packers captured the lead in the first inning when Healdsburg scored one run on a stolen base.

The Packers scored three runs in the second inning. Healdsburg batters contributing to the big inning included Cam Blake and Connor Mack, all driving in runs in the frame.

Bryce Short took the win for the Humboldt Crabs. He lasted two innings, allowing one hit and zero runs while striking out two and walking one. Kyle Pruhsmeier and Steven Ouellette entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.

Chris Joaquim took the loss for Healdsburg. He went one and one-third innings, allowing five runs on four hits and striking out two.

Ian Villers started the game for the Packers. He lasted four innings, allowing four hits and one run while striking out seven Nick Tabura started the game for Humboldt. He lasted one and two-thirds innings, allowing five hits and six runs while striking out two

The Crabs tallied two home runs on the day. Souto had a homer in the ninth inning. Dawson Bacho went deep in the sixth inning.

Humboldt totaled 14 hits in the game. Bryce KirkSoutoBacho, and Kokko Figueiredo each racked up multiple hits for the team. Souto and Kirk all had three hits to lead the Crabs. The defense was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. Bacho made the most plays with ten.

The Prune Packers scattered 14 hits in the game. Travis TurneyKevin SandriBryan SturgesJason Dicochea, and Blake each had multiple hits for the Pack.

 

Two pitchers team up as the Crabs shuts out the SLO Blues 4-0

The Humboldt Crabs defeated the visiting SLO Blues 4-0 on Saturday as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout. Steven Ouellette struck out TJ Rumfield to finish off the game.

A single by Dane Stankowitz in the eighth inning was a positive for SLO Blues.

Davonte Butler got the win for the Humboldt Crabs. He went eight innings, allowing zero runs on one hit and striking out five. Ouellette threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen.

Braeden Gowdy took the loss for the SLO Blues. He surrendered one run on four hits over three innings, striking out two and walking one.

The Crabs totaled ten hits in the game. Dylan Johnson and Dawson Bacho all managed multiple hits for Humboldt CrabsBacho and Johnson each managed two hits to lead the team.

Stankowitz went 1-for-3 at the plate to lead SLO Blues in hits.

 

The Crabs jump out to early lead in 7-2 victory over Seals Baseball

Humboldt defeated Seals Baseball 7-2 thanks to a strong start. The Crabs scored on a home run by Bryce Kirk and a fielder's choice by Dylan Johnson in the second inning.

Humboldt pulled away for good with two runs in the second inning. In the second Kirk hit a solo homer and William Moscato induced Johnson to hit into a fielder's choice, but one run scored.

The Crabs notched four runs in the fourth inning.  The big bats were led by Dom SoutoAidan Morris, and Carter Thompson, who all drove in runs.

Riley Cleary got the win for the Crabs. He went five innings, allowing one run on eight hits and striking out three. Nick Tabura threw four innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Moscato took the loss for Seals Baseball. He surrendered four runs on seven hits over three innings, striking out one.

The Crabs socked one home run on the day. Kirk went yard in the second inning.

The team collected 12 hits. Kyle KnellKokko Figueiredo, and Dawson Bacho all managed multiple hits for HumboldtBachoFigueiredo, and Knell each collected two hits to lead the Crabs. The Crabs stole six bases during the game as two players stole more than one. Johnson led the way with two.

Seals Baseball racked up eight hits. Jimmy CainCam Climo, and Joe Morin each managed multiple hits for Seals Baseball.

 

Humboldt takes early lead in victory over the visiting Seattle Studs, 4-1

The Humboldt Crabs defeated Seattle Studs 4-1 thanks to a strong start. The Crabs scored on a single by Aidan Morris and a single by Riley Cleary in the second inning.

Humboldt pulled away for good with two runs in the second inning. In the second Morris singled on a 3-2 count, scoring one run and Cleary singled on a 2-2 count, scoring one run.

Evan Gibbons pitched the Humboldt Crabs to victory. He surrendered one run on four hits over five innings, striking out five and walking one. Dylan Campbell threw four innings in relief out of the bullpen. Campbell recorded the last 12 outs to earn the save for Humboldt.

Merle Rowan-Kennedy took the loss for Seattle Studs. He surrendered three runs on three hits over three innings, striking out four and walking one.

Morris led the Crabs with two hits in four at bats. The Crabs didn't commit a single error in the field. Bryce Kirk had 11 chances in the field, the most on the team.

 

Crabs nab 22-12 win over the Redding Colt 45's despite early 9-run inning

Even though the Humboldt Crabs gave up nine runs in the ninth inning, they still defeated the Redding Colt 45's 22-12 on Thursday in Redding. The 45's's big inning was driven by walks by Coby Harrison and Harrison, a triple by Miguel Marquez, and a home run by Brendon Roop.

There was plenty of action on the base paths as theCrabs collected 17 hits and Redding logged in ten.

Humboldt got things moving in the first inning. Damian Henderson doubled on a 1-1 count, scoring three runs.

The Crabs put up six runs in the fifth inning. The big bats were led by Kokko FigueiredoDaniel CarrizosaAidan Morris, and Carter Thompson, all driving in runs in the frame.

Riley Clearly was the winning pitcher for the Humboldt Crabs. He surrendered three runs on seven hits over seven innings, striking out eight. CarrizosaRyan Cowdrey, and Dalton Smith all put in work in relief out of the bullpen, steering their team towards the victory.

Nick Schroedle took the loss for the Redding Colt 45's. He surrendered six runs on one hit over one inning, striking out two.

The Crabs hit one home run on the day. Bryce Kirk put one out in the fourth inning.

Humboldt totaled 17 hits. HendersonKirkUbaldo LopezKyle KnellThompson, and Figueiredo all managed multiple hits. Henderson led the team with three hits in six at bats. Knell led the Crabs with two stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with six stolen bases.

The Redding Colt 45's racked up ten hits in the game. RoopMarquez, and Jacob Machuca each managed multiple hits for Redding Colt 45's.

 

Crabs defeat Redding in high-scoring game, 12-9

Both offenses were strong in the Humboldt Crabs 12-9 victory over Redding Colt 45's in game one of the series in Redding.

The Crabs tallied five runs in the fifth inning. The Crabs big bats were led by Damian HendersonDom SoutoDaniel Carrizosa, and Kokko Figueiredo, who all drove in runs.

The Colt 45's scored three runs in the eighth inning. The big inning for Redding came thanks to a triple by Tyler Thompson and a single by Christopher Brue.

Tyler Condie was the winning pitcher for the Humboldt Crabs. He went four innings, allowing four runs on two hits and striking out seven. Bryce Short and Dalton Smith entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief.

Jacob Marquez took the loss for Redding. He surrendered ten runs on ten hits over four and two-thirds innings, striking out three.

The Crabs socked one home run on the day. Henderson had a four bagger in the fifth inning.

Humboldt had 14 hits in the game. Bryce KirkAidan MorrisKyle KnellHenderson, and Figueiredo all collected multiple hits for the Crabs. Morris and Kirk each managed three hits to lead the team.

The Colt 45's tallied four hits. Thompson and Brue each racked up multiple hits for Redding.

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