GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -- Just one day after hitting his first Pioneer league home run, Corey Seager doubled-down. blasting a pair of dingers that helped Ogden to a 15-11 win at over the Grand Junction Rockies Sunday at Suplizio Field.
Seager contributed five RBIs as part of a 4-for-4 effort that added to Ogden's season-best tally. Jesus Valdez also hit two homers for the second-straight day, chalking up five RBIs of his own.
Delvis Morales also had a big night adding three RBIs on a triple to straight-center in the top of the sixth.
Seager and Valdez's initial home runs were part of a five-run first inning. Valdez hit a three-run homer and Seager hit a two-run shot.
With the Raptors in front 6-0, Ogden scored eight runs in the sixth inning, capped by a three-run shot to right field from Seager.
Grand Junction stormed back in the bottom of the sixth, scoring 10 runs highlighted by Steven Graeter's two-RBI double.
Graeter led the Rockies with a 3-for-5 performance that included a trio of RBIs.
Valdez added his second homer of the game, a solo shot to right, giving the Raptors a 15-10 lead.
Ross Stripling got the nod on the mound for Ogden, and the right-hander pitched three shutout innings, allowing just one hit while striking out three. His scoreless streak now stands at 182/3 innings.
Southpaw Kazuki Nishijima relieved Stripling in the fourth and eventually picked up his sixth win despite allowing six runs on six hits through 22/3 innings.
Owen Jones finished the night for Ogden and the right-hander struck out three through a pair of innings to wrap-up the night.
Grand Junctions Matthew Carasiti (2-2) logged the loss after giving up seven hits (including a pair of home runs), six runs and a walk.
The Raptors travel to Idaho Falls for a three-game series with the Chukars starting today.