Pit Spitters Slug Their Way to Win Over Bombers
TRAVERSE CITY — The Pit Spitters returned home to Turtle Creek Stadium to start their four-game home series with the Battle Creek Bombers, opening game one with a 23-6 win on Wednesday night.
With the win, the Spitters extend their win streak to three games and improve their overall record to 25-20.
Hitting was the big story for the Pit Spitters, with the team scoring seven runs in the third inning and 11 in the fourth.
They finished the night with 17 total hits, led by Mario Camilletti who went 3-for-5 with five runs, two doubles and two triples. Jake Arnold also turned in a solid night with three hits, five RBI, two doubles and two triples as well.
The win also broke the organization’s season-high runs record, which was set in Tuesday night’s game with 22 runs. The Pit Spitters also tied the season-high record for hits with another 17 following Tuesday night’s 17-hit game.
TC sits in third place overall in the Great Lakes East division and tied for third place in the second half of the season.