It was a successful first week for the Queens Kings as they finished, 4-2 and in a three-way tie for first in the New York-Penn League with the Staten Island Yankees and Vermont Expos.
After the dramatic seven-run rally in the final two innings lifted Queens to a 10-9 win over Hudson Valley in the home opener last Wednesday, the Kings traveled upstate to Wappingers Falls and pounded out 16 hits, scoring 14 runs to defeat the host Renegades, 14-4 last Thursday in front of 4,494 at Duchess Stadium.
Kings starter Tyler Renwick pitched six innings, allowing one hit for his first win of the year. Queens opened the game with a four-run first inning, capped by Aaron Fera
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