Branden Boissiere had a home run and four RBIs and the FredNats coasted to a 9-1 win over the Augusta GreenJackets in the series finale on Sunday in Fredericksburg
Bryan Caceres pitched five innings, allowing six hits and striking out two.
The FredNats answered the Augusta run in the 1st inning with six runs of their own in the bottom of the inning. After a walk to Jacob Young and a single by J.T. Arruda, James Wood came up and promptly smacked a base hit to right field to drive in Young and tie the game at one.
Boissiere was the next batter and smoked a two-run double off the fence in right center field to score both runners and give the FredNats a 3-1 lead. T.J. White then drove in Boissiere with a single, and then Geraldi Diaz hit the first base bag with a grounder to score two more runs and a 6-1 lead for the FredNats.
Arruda scored the 7th run on a wild pitch in the 2nd inning, and then Boissiere blasted his fourth home run of the year to right center in the 4th to round out the scoring.
The FredNat bullpen did not allow a hit to the GreenJackets today. Holden Powell, Cody Greenhill and Riggs Threadgill finished the win off with scoreless and hitless outings out of the bullpen.
The FredNats win their seventh series finale in the last eight series, and will travel to Lynchburg next week to take on the first half champion Hillcats. First pitch on Tuesday is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at Bank of the James Stadium in Lynchburg.