View from the pressbox (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)
Vancouver Canadians vs Eugene Emeralds (Win 4-2)
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Jonathan Harris got off to a rocky start after allowing a pair of runs in the 2nd inning. The big blow was a 2-run home run off the bat of Matt Rose. He was pulled in the 3rd inning and the bullpen ran away with it. The bullpen only allowed 3 hits over the rest of the game. The pen stabilized the game for the Canadians. Some misplays by the Emeralds paved the way for 3 of the 4 runs. The Canadians made life hard for the opposing pitchers as the stole 3 bases on 4 attempts. The lone RBI was scored off the bat of Lane Thomas.
Line of the night
Canadians Bullpen 5.2 innings, 0 ER, 3 hits, and 2 strike outs
Vancouver Canadians @ Tri-City Dust Devils (Pitchers TBD)
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