COLUMBUS, Ohio — Storm Chasers Frank Schwindel and Trevor Oaks did their part Wednesday night in helping the Pacific Coast League beat the International League 12-7 in the Triple-A All-Star Game.
Schwindel had two hits and scored twice while Oaks pitched a scoreless inning.
Schwindel scored his runs in the first three innings as the PCL jumped to an 8-1 lead. He singled and scored in a six-run second inning, then led off the third with a double and later scored on an error.
The International League cut its deficit to 8-7 in the fifth inning, but the PCL scored two each in the sixth and ninth to secure the win.
Oaks pitched the bottom of the second after the PCL took a 6-1 lead. He allowed a walk and a single, but a double play helped Oaks escape without any damage.
He was the second of 13 pitchers used by the PCL.
The 19 combined runs were the second most in the 31-year history of the Triple-A All-Star Game, topped only by a 13-9 game in 2003.
Josh Fuentes of Albuquerque was named MVP. He had two hits and drove in two.