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View from the pressbox (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)
Vancouver Canadians @ Eugene Emeralds (Loss 0-6)
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A game of hard knocks for the Canadians ends in a shut out. Not only were the shut out but they also only got 2 hits in the game period. The Emeralds pitching proved to be to hot to handle for C’s bats Sunday. The pitching was also lackluster as starter Francisco Rios allowed 2 earned runs over 4.1 innings. Bob Wheatley would come on and pitch 1 inning and allow 3 more runs to help bury the C’s. There was just not enough going right for the C’s Sunday and they will look to get it going for the next game.
Line of the night
Vancouver Canadians vs Eugene Emeralds (Jonathan Harris vs Carson Sands)
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