Monday, 17 July 2017

Cardinals win; Mils lose on July 16th WMBL Recap

The Yorkton Cardinals scored four runs on 13 hits to blank the Edmonton Prospects 4-0. The visiting Prospects managed just two hits in the game. The win improved the Cards record to 10-26 while Edmonton dropped back to .500 at 18-18.
Bryce Mulcahy, who picked up his second win of the year, threw six innings of shutout ball. He allowed three hits and two walks but struck out an impressive 12 Edmonton hitters. Derek Marshall and Tyler McDonald mopped up for the Cardinals. In total the Yorkton pitchers fanned 15 Prospect batters.
Kevin Connolly the senior from Creighton University had three hits and a RBI for the Cardinals. Chance Wheatley had a double and his second home run of the year. He also added three RBI.
The Cardinals next game will be on Tuesday night when they host the Okotoks Dawgs at Jubilee Park.


The Regina Red Sox continued their dominance of the Melville Millionaires winning for the sixth time in seven matchups this season. On Sunday, the Sox defeated the Millionaires 8-3 on a sunny afternoon at Currie Field.
Mason Furlong started for the Money Men and pitched a solid five innings. He allowed three runs on five hits and five walks. Keaton Sullivan came on in relief and was tagged with the loss.
Dalton England made his seventh start of the season for the Red Sox. The senior from North Dakota State pitched well as he lasted 6.1 innings.
458 fans watched on as the Red Sox win their 23rd win of the year while Melville’s loss took their record to 11-25.

The Mils will be back on the field on Monday when they host the Edmonton Prospects at Pirie Field.

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