ERIE, Pa. — Aneury Tavarez went 4 for 4 with a pair of walks as the Portland Sea Dogs cranked out a season-high 22 hits in a 16-1 win over the Erie SeaWolves at Jerry Uht Park.

The 22 hits fell one short of a team record.

Tavarez, who finished a home run short of hitting for the cycle, ended the night with an Eastern League-leading .338 batting average. His triple in the third inning was his 11th of the year, setting a franchise record.

The Sea Dogs (45-70) scored single runs in the first and second, then took control with six runs in the third inning, including a two-run homer by Cody Decker – his first of two in the game – and a two-run homer by Tzu-Wei Lin.

Portland scored in each of the first six innings and had five home runs.

Jake Romanski of the Sea Dogs was 4 for 5, including a home run and two doubles with two RBI, and Ryan Court went 2 for 6 with a homer and drove in a game-high five runs.

Jalen Beeks, the Portland starter, picked up his fourth win, going six scoreless innings, striking out five and walking three.