Next, the Crabs face the Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks on Tuesday and Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. at the Arcata Ball Park. “They’re gonna be legit. It’ll be a really fun two games,” Guiver said of the Goldpanners.
Cole Tremain and a trio of relievers delivered a nice Father’s Day present to all the dads in the stands on Sunday, as the Humboldt Crabs held off the Seattle Studs 3-2 on a perfectly Humboldt summer afternoon.
Committing four errors that lead to four runs in the first two innings isn’t an ideal way to start a baseball game, but the Crabs managed to overcome their early miscues to put away the Bay Area Force 7-4 and improve to 4-1 on the season.
A three-run sixth inning was all the Crabs needed on Tuesday night against the Bay Area Force, as Manny Casillas and two relievers combined to throw a four-hit shutout in a 3-0 win, the Crabs’ third win in four games to start the season.
Eureka’s Ethan Fischel drove in the winning run in the bottom of the thirteenth inning as the Humboldt Crabs beat the Lincoln Potters 5-4 and take the season-opening series 2-1.
Sacramento State’s Cole Tremain helped the Humboldt Crabs bounce back Saturday from a season-opening loss to Lincoln Potters, earning their first win of the young season, 4-1, setting up a rubber match Sunday afternoon at the Arcata Ball Park.