May 19, 2007
Another day where the 2007 Kinston Indians dominated another team. This time it was the Fredrick Keys.
The K-Tribe exploded for a six run first inning. Stephen Head and Johnny Drennan singled in runs. Wes Hodges drove in a run with a fielders choice and Chris Gimenez followed with a three run home run to cap off the Tribe.
Head tacked on a run with a homer in the second, and in the third inning, Kinston added six more runs. Max Ramirez hit a three run homer, Drennan hit a two run shot and Joshua Rodriguez tripled in a run.
For good measure, Gimenez hit a two run homer in the sixth.
For better measure, Gimenez hit a solo homer in the eighth, giving him three homers and six RBI on the way to a 16-4 win for Kinston.
Ryan Edell got the win for allowing two runs in six innings with six strikeouts as the beneficiary of the offense.
Ironically, on May 19 in 2010, Gimenez had a four hit, three RBI game and played right field in a Clippers 12-9 win. So the 19th of May was very good to Gimenez in his minor league career.