WMBL - June 20

06/20/2018 11:40 PM -


Edmonton 2 at Swift Current 12
The Swift Current 57s improved their record to 8-9 with a 12-2 win over the visiting Edmonton Prospects. The loss dropped Edmonton to 7-8 on the season. 

Carter Buuck made his fourth start of the season for the 57s. The Linfield College product held  the Prospects to two runs on six hits. He also fanned eight of the 27 Edmonton batters he faced. Michael Gahan, who pitched six innings, took the loss for Edmonton

Bo McClintock continues to light up WMBL pitching. The first baseman from Fresno State had two doubles and two RBI for Swift Current.

Highlights - Edmonton
Gio Villaneuva had a double and 2RBI
Matt Coutney and David LeBlance each has 2 hits

Highlights - Swift Current
412 fans at Mitchell Field
Spencer Koelewyn threw 1.2 scoreless innings


Brooks 6 at Regina 8
With their their two-game sweep of the Brook Bombers the Regina Red Sox now sit two games over .500 with an 8-6 record. 460 fans at Currie Field watched as the Red Sox hitters banged out 11 hits in tonight’s 8-6 win over the visiting Bombers.

Edgar Cuevas started for Regina and pitched three innings before manager Mitch MacDonald went to his bullpen. The Red Sox used six relievers during the game with Anthony Race getting the win and Adam De La Cruz the save.

Bomber starter Tyler Whalen had a rough outing lasting just 3.2 innings while giving up six runs. It was Whalen’s second loss of the 2018 season.

Zach Lehman was the Bombers offensive star going two for five with three runs scored.

In addition to picking up the save, De La Cruz also had three hits, a walk and two RBI. Canadian Phil Langlois contributed three hits for the Red Sox. 

Highlights - Brooks
The Bombers dropped their 5th consecutive game
Conner Hillburn pitched 3 scoreless innings

Highlights - Regina
Brooks Stotler stole two bases
The bullpen only gave up 1 walk and had 10 K’s

Medicine Hat 5 at Ft. McMurray 2
Medicine Hat earned their second consecutive victory with a 5-2 win in Fort McMurray.
The Mavericks sent 36 batters to the plate and picked 12 hits and two walks. The Giants, who suffered their fifth straight loss, had just seven hits.

Medicine Hat starter Jumpei Akanuma secured his third win of the season. The Japaneses born Akanuma gave up six hits and two runs over eight innings of work. He also fanned four Giant batters. Junior Pimentel shut the door in the ninth inning to earn the save.

Tyler Moskalyk gave up five runs over five innings and was tagged with the Giant’s loss.

Chico State junior Louis Canjura contributed two hits, a walk, two runs and two RBI in the Maverick win. 

Highlights - Ft. McMurray
The bullpen pitched 4 scoreless innings
567 fans at Shell Place

Highlights - Medicine Hat
David Salgueiro had 2 hits and a stolen base
David Vilches had a double and a run scored


Weyburn 3 at Melville 6
In a WMBL matinee Melville defeated Weyburn 6-3.
NOTE: Stats unavailable at source


Upcoming Games – Thursday June 21
Regina at Yorkton
Lethbridge at Okotoks
Weyburn at Swift Current
Edmonton at Moose Jaw
Medicine Hat at Ft. McMurray

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