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Isotopes Run Past Aviators, 19-6

August 3, 2023

Albuquerque, NM – The Isotopes plated runs in six of their eight turns at the plate, including five in the fifth and eight in the seventh, while tallying eight extra-base hits and stealing six bases, tied for the second-most in franchise history, to claim a 19-6 victory Wednesday night at

Albuquerque, NM – The Isotopes plated runs in six of their eight turns at the plate, including five in the fifth and eight in the seventh, while tallying eight extra-base hits and stealing six bases, tied for the second-most in franchise history, to claim a 19-6 victory Wednesday night at RGCU Field at Isotopes Park.

Topes Scope: - The Isotopes stole six bases on the night, tied for the second-most in franchise history (also: June 7, 2003, at Sacramento; June 20, 2007, at Oklahoma; May 28, 2008, vs. Nashville; April 25, 2013, at Round Rock; and July 3, 2003, vs. El Paso).

-The 19 runs scored by Albuquerque are tied for the third-most in a game this year, three shy of the season-high of 22 set on May 3 vs. Sugar Land. It’s also the third time in club history plating exactly 19 runs (also: Aug. 9, 2011, vs. Salt Lake and June 25, 2022, at Las Vegas.

-Albuquerque scored eight runs in the seventh inning, tied for the most in a frame this year (also: July 2 vs. El Paso).

-Tonight is the third time in 2023 the Isotopes won by a double-digit margin (also: July 2 vs. EL Paso, 20-2) and May 3 vs. Sugar Land, 22-4).

-Albuquerque drew 11 walks on the evening, tied for the second-most in 2023 (three times), two shy of the season-high set May 3 vs. Sugar Land.

-The Isotopes notched 17 hits, the fourth-most this year. It’s also the second time in three games the club tallied at least 17 hits (Sunday, 18).

-Albuquerque tallied eight extra-base hits (four doubles, two triples and two homers), tied for the fifth-most in a game this season (three times).

-Cole Tucker extended his on-base streak to 24 games with two doubles and two walks. He also tallied an RBI. His streak is the second-longest in the Pacific Coast League, three behind Oklahoma City’s Michael Busch. During the stretch, he is slashing .330/.461/.516 with nine doubles, one triple, two homers, 13 RBI and 23 walks. He has 16 walks over his past 13 contests.

-Daniel Montaño collected three hits, a triple, one homer, three RBI and two walks. Over his last three games, he is 7-for-12 with two homers, one triple and two doubles. Five of his 15 extra-base hits have come in the last three games. The three RBI tied a season-high (four times).

-Jimmy Herron went 2-for-4 with two RBI and one walk. He has now reached base in 23 of his last 25 games with 11 multi-hit efforts. During the stretch, he is slashing .360/.473/.6596 with seven doubles, one triple, four homers, 21 RBI, 18 walks and 12 stolen bases. Has tallied an RBI in four-straight for the second time this year (also: April 29 – May 3).

-Wynton Bernard recorded his 13th multi-hit game in just his 24th start with the Isotopes. He has a hit in 10 of his last 11 games.

-Connor Kaiser recorded two hits, a triple, four runs and two walks. It’s his second triple in his last 10 games (also: July 20 at Sugar Land). He also tallied his 16th multi-hit effort and third in his last six games.

-In his first game back since April 6 and missing 93 games, Jameson Hannah went 3-for-3 with two walks and three RBI. It’s his first non-rehab game with three hits since April 21, 2022, with Double-A Hartford.

-Hunter Stovall connected on his seventh longball of the season and first since June 25 at Reno. He also registered three RBI for the third time this year.

-Willie MacIver recorded his second multi-hit game in his last three contests and third on the year. Two of his four doubles on the year have come in the last two contests. Has a hit in six of his last seven games (8x24, .333)

-The Isotopes have scored double-digits runs in three of their last four contests after going 15-straight without tallying 10 or more runs.

-Albuquerque starter Josh Rogers completed 6.0 frames and allowed four runs on nine hits, one walk and one homer while fanning three. It’s the second time Rogers has completed 6.0 innings in 2023 and the 11th time by an Isotopes starter.

-The Isotopes have surrendered a homer in eight-straight contests, their second-longest streak of the year (season high: 10, June 1 - May 21. Additionally, the club has allowed 21 over the first eight games of the homestand (Las Vegas: four; Sugar Land: 17).

-Las Vegas’ starter Adrian Martinez relented six runs, five earned, over 4.1 frames on nine hits, one homer and two walks. The nine hits allowed are tied for the fourth-most relented by an opposing starter in 2023 (seven times).

On Deck: The Isotopes and Aviators meet for game three Thursday at 6:35 pm at RGCU Field at Isotopes Park. Albuquerque is expected to start Jeff Criswell while Las Vegas is expected to send Zack Godley to the hill.