It would be easier to list the Chattanooga Lookouts who didn't homer Wednesday, as Nick Buss, Bobby Coyle, J.T. Wise, Griff Erickson, Blake Smith and Jake Lemmerman each went deep in an 11-1 win over the Tennessee Smokies.
The six home runs marked the most by a Southern League team since 1997, and Chattanooga started quickly when Buss homered to right in the first inning and Coyle homered to left in the second.
Wise had a three-run shot to center in the seventh inning to put the Lookouts (35-24) up 6-0, and Smith's three-run shot to right highlighted Chattanooga's five-run eighth.
Zach Lee gave up two hits and one run in seven innings to pick up the win.
Game five of a five-game series in Tennessee is tonight at 7:15.
Andres Santiago (0-0, 1.80) is scheduled to start for the Lookouts, with Austin Kirk (1-0, 1.50) scheduled for the Smokies.
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