Milwaukee, Wisconsin (PRWEB) June 14, 2013
Carlos Gomez has added yet another impressive game in this breakout season of his. Gomez had four hits, 3 RBI’s, and scored three runs in his offensive outburst. He helped the Brewers demolish the Marlins in a 10-1 win on Wednesday. In his four hits, two of them were triples. Gomez, coming into the season, had a .247 batting average. Now, his average has been raised to .326 and includes 11 home runs, 8 triples, and 36 RBI’s in 63 games. Gomez’s biggest play of the game came in the sixth inning when he hit a three run triple, his third of the series against the Marlins. The Brewers scored three runs off his hit and he scored as well, as a result to an erratic throw that ended up in the stands.
Another big player in this game Wednesday night was pitcher Alfredo Figaro. This win gave Figaro his first since 2009. The three run lead he attained in the first inning would prove to be all the support Figaro needed to get his first win in years. After allowing a first inning single, he retired 17 consecutive batters. He held the Mariners to three hits on the night and 7 scoreless innings. Figaro also had two hits himself against the Mariners.