BOWIE, Md. (AP) -- Garabez Rosa, Aderlin Rodriguez, D.J. Stewart and Audry Perez recorded three hits each, as Bowie beat the New Hampshire Fisher Cats 13-7 on Sunday.

Rosa homered twice and doubled, scoring three runs while driving in two. Rodriguez was a triple short of the cycle, scoring three runs while also driving in three.

Bowie batted around in the first inning, sending 11 batters to the plate and scoring seven runs, including a two-run double by Rodriguez.

Trailing 9-4, the Fisher Cats cut into the deficit in the sixth inning when Andrew Guillotte hit a solo home run and Richard Urena hit an RBI single.

The Baysox later added three runs in the sixth and one in the eighth. In the sixth, Rosa hit a solo home run, while Erick Salcedo hit a sacrifice fly, scoring Stewart in the eighth.

Bowie starter John Means (3-7) picked up the win despite allowing four runs and seven hits over five innings. Opposing starter Jon Harris (2-7) took the loss in the Eastern League game after giving up seven runs and eight hits while only recording two outs. Lucas Long gave up one run in three innings and recorded his fourth save of the season.

Bowie hit a season-high seven doubles in its victory.

Guillotte homered and singled twice, scoring three runs for the Fisher Cats. Jonathan Davis doubled and singled three times, scoring a run and also driving one home.


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