RANCHO CUCAMONGA --- On a warm but comfortable Sunday late afternoon, the Quakes beat the 66ers (Angels) 10-6 behind the bats of Cody Bellinger and Tyler Ogle.
The Quakes scored two runs in the first inning when Cody Bellinger doubled home TIm Locastro and then Bellinger scored on a single by Alex Verdugo.
The Quakes scored again in the second inning, with two out, Bellinger drilled his second double of the game to drive in two more runs.
In the third inning, Tyler Ogle singled and Willie Calhoun doubled Ogle home. With one out and the infield in, Dillon Moyer popped up to short left field, a trio of 66ers surrounded the area but the ball dropped in, Calhoun ran home with sixth run of the game.
The Quakes decided to change it up in the fourth inning, with no outs, Ogle came up with the bases loaded and he drilled a drive to deep left center for a triple to score Bellnger, Jacob Scavuzzo, and Verdugo. Ogle would score on a ground out to make it 10-0 after four innings.
Meanwhile Quakes starting pitcher Trevor Oaks held the 66ers to two runs in 6⅓ innings. Along with the two runs, Oaks gave up six hits and seven strikeouts.
Joe Broussard pitched the final 2⅔ innings and had a rough ninth inning when the 66ers scored four runs to make it a four-run game but the Quakes recorded the last out and finished their second to last regular season game with a win.