The Spinners swept away the Lake Monsters in a quick two game series by having an offensive clinic Sunday, putting up 16 runs on 15 hits. Every Spinners starter reached base at least once, as the top three hitters in the Spinners line-up combined to go 8-for-16 with two walks, driving in seven runs and scoring eight. Derrik Gibson and Shannon Wilkerson recorded three-hit games, while Ronald Bermudez, Ryan Westmoreland and Michael Almanzar added two hit games. Bermudez led the Spinners with four RBI while Wilkerson added three RBI. Gibson, Westmoreland, Willie Holmes and Almanzar also each recorded two RBI games. For Westmoreland, he hit his team leading sixth home run, and his fourth home run in his last seven games.
The Spinners are now tied with Vermont in second place at 19-17, just two games back of 1st place Oneonta and a half game back in the Wild Card race behind Hudson Valley and Williamsport.
The Spinners look to continue their winning ways when they start the first part of a home and home series vs. Tri City. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 with Kason Gabbard getting his third rehab start, he will be followed by Jose Alvarez.