Dong-Yub Kim cleared the bases with a home run to left-center field in the fifth inning Thursday night at Memorial Stadium.
Kims second homer of the season gave Boise (5-9) a seven-run lead and the Hawks went on to a 12-2 win over the Spokane Indians.
The two teams played their previous three games in Spokane, and the Indians (5-9) won all three of those contests.
Kim came into Wednesdays game batting .175.
He had one little hitting streak where he was swinging OK, but he needs some discipline at the plate, Hawks hitting coach Bill Buckner said. He can hit a fastball, but he needs to work on recognizing pitches.
That wasnt a problem for at least one pitch Thursday.
Hes got some pop, Buckner said.
Roster moves: Four players who were drafted earlier this month joined the Hawks on Thursday. Three of them are pitchers: Michael Heesch (8th round, South Carolina-Beaufort), Mike Hamann (16th round, Toledo) and Eddie Orozco (22nd round, UC-Riverside). The other addition to the roster is an outfielder, Bijan Rademacher (13th round, Orange Coast CC).