The Gnats bats did their best to make up for a slow night in the system by knocking out a season-high 18 hits. C Albert Cordero (.250/.284/.333) led the charge going 5-for-5 with two doubles, a triple, four runs scored and two RBI. His hits included a single through the hole between first and second and a bunch of smashes down the third base line. The 21-year old's big night took him to .347/.396/.449 in 13 games after the All-Star Break compared to .219/.248/.297 in his first 45 games in the first half. That's .... very nice.
@ Kingsport Mets 7, Princeton Rays 2Three home runs for the K-Mets = 1 win.