The bats were busy at Kiger Stadium on Sunday, and when the dust cleared the South Bay Storm (24-20) had a 24-13 win over the Klamath Falls Gems (16-27).
The two teams combined for 38 hits in the game.
The South Bay Storm blew out the Klamath Falls Gems thanks to 23 hits, including zero extra base hits. The South Bay Storm scored eight runs in the sixth on the South Bay Storm scored in the sixth on a two-run single by Isaiah Todd-Fitzhugh, an error, an error, an RBI single by Jason Marley, a passed ball, a two-run single by Vinny Margiotta, and a sacrifice fly by Dominic Orlando.
Marley got on base six times in the game for the South Bay Storm. He scored five runs and had two RBIs.
Hector Hernandez had two extra-base hits for the Klamath Falls Gems. He doubled in the first and fifth innings and singled in the seventh inning.
Zane Gelphman got his first win for the South Bay Storm despite allowing six runs over six innings. Gelphman struck out 10, walked one and gave up 10 hits.
Ben Tinnel (1-4) was the game's losing pitcher. He allowed 14 runs in five innings, walked one and struck out three.
The South Bay Storm hammered the Klamath Falls Gems pitching as eight hitters had a field day, combining for 22 hits, 20 RBIs and 23 runs scored.