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  1. Week 11 for Hillsboro Hops features 1st complete game shutout in 6 years.
    July 21, 2021 @ 4:20 am

    […] Week 11 showed a lot of “first for the season” moments to get the Hops going in the right direction.  This week saw the first six-game series won by the Hops this season.  And, they did it with their first four-game winning streak of the season.  Axel Andueza and Jorge Barrosa both hit their first home runs of the season.  For Andueza, it was the second of his career.  To celebrate, he hit his second of the season (third of his career) the following night.  Most of all, Brandon Pfaadt pitched his teams’ first complete shutout game of the season.  In fact, it was the first since 2015, six years ago.  This week may signal the week the season turned around for the better.  Let’s see what happened since Week 10. […]

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  2. Spencer Brickhouse two-run shot flips Hops into the lead over Canadians.
    July 18, 2021 @ 11:16 pm

    […] win kept the Hillsboro Hops (28-35) 13 games behind the league Leader Everett who also won tonight.  It did help them gain on […]

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  3. Heroes Night leads to offensive explosion, Hops over Canadians, 12-6.
    July 17, 2021 @ 11:20 am

    […] camo uniforms, a dark blue top with the numbers and logos in camo.  It was only fitting that the Hillsboro Hops would supply plenty of their own heroes for the game as they defeated the Vancouver Canadians […]

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  4. Brandon Pfaadt tosses complete game shutout of Vancouver Canadians.
    July 15, 2021 @ 2:19 am

    […] win helped the Hillsboro Hops (25-35) gain ground on league leading Everett who lost tonight.  The Hops also gained ground on […]

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