In the Dominican on Wednesday night, Gregory Polanco extended his hitting streak to 11 games, then made his night one to remember. Polanco walked his first time up, then lined a single to right field in the third inning. In the fifth inning, he came up with the bases loaded and his team down by three runs. Polanco put his team ahead with a grand slam, his fourth homer of the DWL season. The game ended up going 13 innings and he finished 2-for-4 with three walks and five RBI's. Polanco has 13 RBI's and a .378 average this year.
Gregory Polanco hit his fourth homer in the Dominican
Mel Rojas Jr made his first start this season for Estrellas de Oriente. In his only other appearance, he came in during the ninth inning as a pinch hitter. Rojas batted ninth and played right field, going 1-...
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