Reno's offense propelled by "Bash Brothers" Arcia and Walker

Reno's Christian Walker and Oswaldo Arcia celebrate after hitting back-to-back home runs in a game last week against Sacramento

The Reno Aces are out to one of their hottest starts in years, racing out to the PCL's best record at 34-20. One big reason for their success has been their dynamic offense, which has been arguably the best in all of Minor League Baseball.

While a lot of the attention has been given to Ketel Marte, the top average hitter in the game right now, the middle of the Aces order has been equally as impressive.

Coming in to play Friday, Christian Walker and Oswaldo Arcia were tied with each other for the most RBI in all of baseball (MLB included) with 54.

"When they are hot they can't pitch around one to get to the other," said Aces Hitting Coach and Interim Manager Greg Gross. "It's been a double threat and a big reason why we are where we are."

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