GRAND JUNCTION - It only took five innings for the Grand Junction Tigers to pick up their second win of the Bill Fanning Classic at Suplizio Field on Friday afternoon.
Geoff Baldwin hit two homeruns as the Tigers defeated the Coronado Cougars 16-1 on day two of the Classic.
Baldwin's homers came in each of his first two at bats. His first three hits of the season were all homeruns including Thursday morning's bomb to right in a 27-3 win over Golden.
Tigers catcher Aaron Berk followed Baldwin's two run shot in the first with a solo homer of his own for back-to-back homeruns. Baldwin also added a double in the third inning that drove in a run, one of six RBIs on the day.
Grand Junction will wrap up play in the Bill Fanning Classic on Saturday morning against Elizabeth High School at Canyon View Park. The game will start at 10:00.
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