FISHKILL – Oscar Rojas had a night. He tripled, doubled, and singled in Hudson Valley’s recent 6-1 over Staten Island at Dutchess Stadium Thursday night.
Rojas is only 20 years old but has been with the Tampa Bay organization since he signed on as a free agent in 2012.
In Thursday night’s second game of a three game series with the baby Bombers, Rojas scored the first run of the game after hitting a triple to the left center field gap and scoring on a wild pitch in the second inning.
In the third inning, Hudson Valley busted out three runs, led by Emilio Gustave’s RBI double, and an RBI double by Rojas.
Oswaldo Cabrera was the only batter to register a hit for Staten Island; he had the only two hits Staten Island was able to muster all night long.
At 19 years old, Vidal Brujan is the youngest player on the Renegades roster and continued to make contact with a triple down the right field line. He had a solo home over the right field fence the previous night.
Mikey York got the win on the mound, going five innings and allowing Staten Island’s lone run and one hit.
The Renegades cap off the series with Staten Island tonight at Dutchess Stadium with a 7:05 start.