North Hagerstown baseball coach Shawn Reynolds knew his team's offense would eventually turn around this season.
It seems the waiting game is over.
The Hubs turned on several pitches from Francis Scott Key on Friday, pounding out 14 hits to produce three big innings in an 11-6 victory over the Eagles in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League.
"We swung the bats well," Reynolds said. "It is probably the best that we swung the bats as a team for a while. The hitters have started to come around during the last couple of days. We're getting contributions from everybody in the lineup. Since the beginning of the season, quite a few of the hitters have shown improvement."
Cleanup hitter Joe McGhee went 3-for-3 with three RBIs, and Scott Keasey, Tater Russ, Frankie McAllister, David Hobbs and Josh Barnes all had two hits for the Hubs (5-10, 5-8).