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Daulton Jefferies made his California League debut look easy in the final game of the Ports vs. Quakes series. After giving up just two hits he went on to retire the final ten batters he faced. In four innings of work he gave up 2 hits, no runs, and struck out two.
Stockton took the lead early as Seth Brown hit a two-out solo homerun to right off Stockton native, Dean Kremer.
Evan Manarino took over for Jefferies in the fifth and retired the first five batters he faced. After a pair of doubles the Quakes tied the game 1-1.
AJ Puk made his California League debut in game one of the series and to say he was anything short of great would be just silly. He gave up two singles to start the game but then proceeded to retire the next seven batters faced.
Coming into the game in the 5th to make his California League debut was Dustin Hurlbutt. He would go on to pick up the win after allowing two runs on four hits in three innings.
Chris Iriart is all smiles after hitting his first bomb of the season helping the Ports to a 8-3 win over the Modesto Nuts.
In his third appearance of the year, RHP Brett Graves tossed four scoreless innings and allowed just three hits. Get to know Brett Graves in this next homestand's Gameday Magazine!
Catcher Iolana Akau set up the first run of the game with a one-out double after a walk and a single. Bases loaded. Seth Brown would reach on a fielder's choice and Stockton would take the lead 1-0.