View from the pressbox (image courtesy of Charlie Caskey)
Vancouver Canadians vs Everett Aqua Sox (Loss 3-6)
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Jonathan Harris got off on the wrong foot in this one but was able to find things after he battled out of the first inning. After allowing 4 earned runs in the first he would go onto finish with a line of 4 innings pitched, 4 earned runs, 5 hits, 3 walks, and a strike out. Sean Ratcliffe would come on for the 5th inning and got lit up for 2 runs (1 earned run). Things finally settled down as the ball was handed to Brandon Hinkle and Josh Degraaf for the remaining 4 innings. They combined to not allow a run and strike out 3. This left things open for a comeback but the C’s just could not bring the thunder at the plate.
The Canadians were able to score 3 runs on 7 hits but just could not keep pace with the Aqua Sox. Ryan Hissey collected the only multi hit performance as he collected 2 hits along with a run scored and an RBI. Andrew Guillotte and Sean Hurley collected a double each for the only extra base hits of the game for the C’s. Guillotte also scored 2 times.
Line of the game
Brandon Hinkle 2 innings pitched, 1 hit, 0 earned runs, 1 walk, 2 strike outs
Vancouver Canadians vs Everett Aqua Sox (Evan Smith vs Andrew Moore)
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