07/29/2018 9:45 PM -
Fort McMurray 7 at Edmonton 12
Edmonton scored six runs in the first inning and powered by the Fort McMurray Giants 12-7.
Brenden Wiun started for Edmonton and earned the win. Tyler Hodder, who lasted two innings and allowed seven runs on nine hits, was responsible for the Giants loss.
Prospects right fielder Daylen Calicdan had a hot night with the bat. The Hilo Hawaii native came up with four hits, including a double and a walk. He also had two RBI.
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Medicine Hat 7 at Brooks 5
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All Swift Current batters reached base at least one. Myles Miller, Ethan Hunter and Keil Krumwiede all contributed three hits. Krumwiede also had five RBIs and scored three runs.
Logan MacDougall had three hits and two RBI for Yorkton.
Swift Current finished the season second in the Eastern Division with 28 wins. Yorkton ended the year at 14-33.
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Lethbridge 3 at Okotoks 6
An interesting note had Central Arkansas product Eddie Sanchez play all nine positions during the game. He had a hit and a walk and scored a run. Sanchez also faced two batters in the eighth inning, striking out one.
Craig Smith also earned his 15th save of the season, which also set a new WMBL record.
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Weyburn 3 at Regina 7
Wade Weinburger was key to the Weyburn offence as he hit a two run homer in the first inning. Regina left fielder Wesley Moss had a double, a walk and two RBI. Moss also pitched the seventh inning not allowing a base runner while striking out one.
The Red Sox sent Kyle Wilson to the mound as the starter. In order to save arms for the playoffs Wilson was lifted after 2.2 innings and replaced by a series of position players taking turns pitching. Catcher Matt Deneau earned the win for Regina while Cam Williams took the loss for Weyburn.
With the win, Regina compiled a regular season record of 26-21 while Weyburn finished the year 37-11.
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