Max Burt celebrates his three-run homer on Tuesday against New Hampshire. Photo: Somerset Patriots.

In case you were blitzed by the overflow of sports from Tuesday night, the Somerset Patriots did something they have not done since becoming the Double-A affiliate of the New York Yankees.  The Patriots scored 17 runs against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, the most runs they have scored in a game since becoming an affiliate.

In fact, Somerset entered the bottom of the seventh inning trailing 7-4 before rallying for five runs in the seventh and eight runs in the eighth to stun the Fisher Cats.

Every player in the Patriots lineup got on base, with Jession Rosario being the only one to not get a hit since he walked four times. Every Patriot scored a run except Josh Donaldson, who was in Somerset Tuesday working on a rehab assignment for the Yankees. Donaldson went 1-for-3 before being lifted in the fifth inning.

Meanwhile, the Martian landed in Somerset as Jasson Dominguez crushed his first homer of the year to right in the seventh inning that tied the game.

Anthony Seigler then gave Somerset the lead for the first time since the early stages.

In the eighth, T.J. Rumfield hit his first homer as a Patriot, a grand slam home run to be exact.

Finally Trey Sweeney put the icing on the cake.