FRISCO, Texas. (KAKE) - The Wichita Wind Surge offense pounded out a season high 16 runs on 18 hits and defeated the Frisco RoughRiders 16-8 on Wednesday. 

David Banuelos had three hits, a home run and six runs batted in to lead the Surge attack.  The Surge won their second in a row and improved to 12-17 on the season.  

Yoyner Fajardo and Will Holland each drove in three runs on the afternoon and Yunior Severino added a two-run home run.  Frisco pitchers walked eleven Wind Surge hitters.

Chad Donato started for Wichita and allowed two runs pitching four innings.  Osiris German earned the win and Ryan Garcia took the loss allowing eight runs in two and two third innings.

Surge lead the series two games to none.      

NOTES -  The Surge won their first day game of the season, improving to 1-9.  The six RBI in a game is the most since Chris Williams did it last July 14th vs Arkansas.  The 11 walks issued to Wind Surge hitters are the most this season.  Minnesota Twins infielder Royce Lewis is expected to join the team on Thursday on a rehab assignment and start at third base.

UPCOMING – The Wind Surge continue the twelve-game road trip in Texas on Thursday. The Surge will start RH Carlos Luna against the Frisco Riders RH Jack Leiter at 6:35 PM.  

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NEXT HOME GAME: The Wind Surge return home for a six game homestand on Tuesday, May 16 vs Arkansas Travelers.