, Hugh Carey
Colorado Springs, Colo. — The Salt Lake Bees scored seven runs in the sixth inning to take the lead and one more in the eighth inning on its way to beating Colorado Springs 8-6 Friday night.
The Bees entered the sixth inning trailing 6-0, when they were able to load the bases for Efren Navarro, who drilled a grand slam to right field. Brennan Boesch and Luis Jimenez each collected RBI doubles in the inning to tie the game. John Hester then hit a double to center to plate Jimenez, the go ahead run.
Boesch then hit an RBI single in the eighth inning to add a security run for the Bees (27-42).
Jarrett Grube allowed nine hits and six runs in five innings, but still picked up his fourth win of the season. Michael Kohn pitched a perfect ninth inning to collect his second save of the year.
Boesch went 3-for-4 at the plate with the pair of RBIs.
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