MiLB Recap – Bisons walk off, Canadians erupt
View from the pressbox (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)
Vancouver Canadians vs Eugene Emeralds (Win 16-5)
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A 10 run first inning set the tone early for the Canadians. Scoring 14 runs total in the first 3 innings buried the Emeralds early. Seven extra base hits total for the C’s kept the base runners circling the bases as the hit parade was on. The Canadian’s had 20 hits and a number of excellent performances Sunday. Lane Thomas and Carl Wise collected 4 RBI’s each to lead the attack. The onslaught continued as Justin Atkinson went 4-4 with an RBI and scored twice. Gunnar Heidt and Ryan Hissey each had a pair of doubles and scored 3 times. Just an incredible offensive showing for the C’s
Clinton Hollon pitched 4 innings and allowed 2 runs. His successor Josh DeGraaf also allowed 2 runs but picked up the win. Michael Kraft shut the door in the last 2 innings but worked into some trouble as he allowed 2 walks and a pair of hits which led to a run. The pitching got a break with all the offense happening. Lets hope the bats keep rolling for the C’s
Line of the night
Carl Wise 2-5 with a triple, a run scored, and 4 RBI’s
Vancouver Canadians vs Eugene Emeralds (Ryan Borucki vs Justin Steele)
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