Manzer of Anchorage, Bovy of Palmer part of division leader

Posted by Van Williams, ALB Media Director | Apr 12, 2013

Anchorage’s Adam Manzer has rapped out two hits in each of his last three games, his best hitting stretch during his career at College of Marin.

The versatile utility player went 2-for-4 in last night’s 11-0 win over Salano in the California community college league.

In his last three games, Manzer is 6-for-10 with five RBIs and three runs scores. He had just one RBI and three runs in his previous 20 games.

Manzer, of West Post 1 fame, can play catcher, outfield and third base.

He is now hitting .250 in 23 games for Marin, the first-place team in the Bay Valley division at 14-4.

Marin [23-7] also features pitcher Kyle Bovy of Palmer.

The reliever has a 2.91 ERA in 13 appearances over 12.1 innings.

Bovy has allowed just one earned run in his last six innings stretched over nine games.