ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Entering Monday's play, the Anchorage Glacier Pilots and Peninsula Oilers were tied atop the Alaska Baseball League standings with only two head to head meetings left. By the end of Tuesday, the Pilots had resolved the tie in resounding fashion.
Following Monday's 10-1 victory, the Pilots battered the Oilers again, 12-0 to move two games ahead in the race for the ABL title. The Pilots improve to 19 and 11 in league play, dropping the Oilers to 17 and 13 with 10 games remaining.
Seven Pilots had multi-hit games on Tuesday. Micah Green drove in four runs, and the bottom four batters in the lineup combined for nine RBI's. Green and Chris Mariscal each hit home runs.
The Oilers managed only two hits all night off Pilot pitching. Starter Kyle Freeland went six innings, extending his scoreless streak to 30 and two thirds innings for the summer.