Melville 5 at Weyburn 3
used a four run ninth inning to slide past the Weyburn Beavers 5-3 at
Tom Laing Park. The Money Men have now won four straight games running
their record to 10-22. It was the first loss in five games for the
Beavers who dipped to 19-15 on the season.
Curry started for the Millionaires and pitched seven complete innings.
James Batton came out of the bullpen to pick up the win for the
Millionaires. Mason Furlong came on in the ninth and earned the save.
Perkins started for the Beavers and tossed six innings before handing
the ball to the bullpen. Cody Pamperin was hit for the loss after
surrendering four runs in the top of the ninth.
Keaton Sullivan had two hits to extend his hitting streak to eight games. He also scored two runs for Melville.
shortstop Luis Jimenez had two hits including a homer and a RBI for the
Beavers. Jimenez now has nine hits including two home runs in his last
The Mils will go right back at it on Thursday hosting the Moose Jaw Miller Express at Pirie Field (7:05)
Yorkton 2 at Regina 12
Yorkton Cardinals opened the scoring in the second inning to take an
early one run lead. Regina countered with 12 unanswered runs before
Yorkton added a final run in the ninth. The 12-2 loss dropped Yorkton to
9-24 and extended their winless streak to four games.
starter Kyle Stevenson had a rough evening as the Red Sox batters
tagged him for seven runs on nine hits and two walks. Derek Marshall and
Zachary Sharp came out of the Cardinal bullpen to finish the game.
Waters got the start for the Regina Red Sox and had a very good outing.
Waters only allowed one run on six hits and three walks, as well as six
strikeouts. Kendal Daniels was summoned from the Red Sox bullpen to
pitch the next two innings. The local product shut down the Yorkton
hitters before turning the game over to Chase Boone and Justin Magstadt.
Jackson Soto, Parker Smejkal and Jake Davidson all had two hits in the game for Yorkton.
Schulz and Aden Campbell both had doubles and home runs in the game.
The homers came in the eighth inning to supply insurance runs for the
Regina and Swift Current are tied for first in the Eastern Division with identical 21-11 records.
Cardinals will welcome the Red Sox to Jubilee Park on Friday night at 7:05
Other Wednesday Results:
Lethbridge 9 at Medicine Hat 11Okotoks 14 at Brooks 8
Swift Current 4 at Fort McMurray 2