Tuesday in the Alaska Baseball League

sports@adn.comJune 18, 2013 



Team W L Pct GB

Anchorage Bucs 3 0 1.000 -

Mat-Su Miners 3 1 .750 .5

Peninsula Oilers 0 0 .000 -

Glacier Pilots 2 3 .400 2.0

Fairbanks 1 2 .333 2.0

Chugiak Chinooks 1 4 .200 3.0

Tuesday's Results

Pilots 13, Chinooks 0

Bucs 10, Miners 7

Goldpanners 15, San Francisco Seals 6

Monday's Results

Bucs 7, Chinooks 0

Miners 3, Pilots 2

Sunday's Results

Chinooks 4, Pilots 3

Bucs 7, San Francisco Seals 7

Wednesday's games

San Francisco Seals at Goldpanners, 7 p.m., Growden Memorial Park

Pilots at Chinooks, 7 p.m., Loretta French Field

Miners at Oilers, 7 p.m., Seymour Memorial Park

Bucs 10, Miners 7

The Anchorage Bucs jumped into first place Tuesday, slugging their way past the host Mat-Su Miners in a 10-7 affair at Hermon Brothers Field in Palmer.

Chase Compton drove in half the Bucs' runs on two big hits. His three-run homer in the fifth inning capped a five-run rally that put the Bucs up 7-4, and a two-run triple in the top of the ninth stretched the Bucs lead to 10-6. Ryan Leonards contributed three hits, scored three times and drove in a run.

Gio Brusa turned in a nice game for the Miners, recording four hits and driving in two runs. Nash Knight added two hits, a run and an RBI.

Pilots 13, Chinooks 0

The Anchorage Glacier Pilots erupted for 18 hits Tuesday and clobbered the Chugiak Chinooks 13-0 at Mulcahy Stadium.

Dayne Parker cracked four hits for the Pilots, driving in a pair of runs and scoring a run. Kewby Meyer crossed home plate twice in a 3-for-5 effort and drove in two runs. Starter Sean Buckle earned the win, pitching through the fifth inning and leaving with a 12-0 lead.

The Chinooks were held to five hits, with Andrew Klausmeier taking the loss.

Goldpanners 15, San Francisco Seals 6

The Fairbanks Goldpanners didn't have any trouble hitting the baseball in a 15-6 non-league home win over the San Francisco Seals on Tuesday at Growden Memorial Park.

The Goldpanners got a 3-for-4 effort from David Edwards, who knocked in three runs, stole a base and scored. Chance Abrath and David Fletcher each pumped home runs over the fence, and Rick Reigner finished with five RBIs for Fairbanks.

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