Harold Ramirez cracked four hits, including a two-run homer that broke a tie in the fifth inning, lifting the New Hampshire Fisher Cats past the Bowie Baysox 7-2 on Thursday in Bowie, Md.
Ramirez raised his team-leading average to .321 as the Fisher Cats took two of three from the Baysox. He was the only New Hampshire batter with more than one hit, but eight Fisher Cats collected at least one. New Hampshire outhit Bowie, 11-7.
Josh DeGraaf (6-5) worked three scoreless innings in relief of starter Hector Perez and earned the victory.
St. Thomas Aquinas of Dover grad Ryan McKenna did not play for Bowie on Thursday.
New Hampshire moved on to a series beginning tonight in Richmond.