- Published on Wednesday, 17 July 2013 08:14
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UBC alumnus RHP Eric Brown got his fifth win of the season in seven starts in Everett against the AquaSox. He went seven innings, allowed only three hits, didn't walk a batter. His ERA is 1.33.
Update on July 31: Eric was sent to the Lansing Lugnuts of the Midwest League, which is also Class A. He was leading the Northwest League in ERA at the time, and was selected for the Northwest League All-Star Game.
Here's a story from the Vancouver Sun: Canadians crush AquaSox 13-1 to ignite tight pennant race
Story from MLB.com: Brown not backing down
- Published on Thursday, 13 June 2013 11:18
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Melville Millionaires: Tyler Enns, Jeremy Newton, Alex Webb, Cam Firth, Kevin Biro. Biro is batting .412 as of June 26.
Okotoks Dawgs: Jerod Bartnik, Brendan Rose.
Medicine Hat Mavericks: Bryan Arthur. He did well with them last season.
Swift Current Indians: Sean Callegari, Matt Spillman
Burnaby Collegiate Bulldogs: Brody Hawkins. Shawn Schaefer is the Head Coach.
Langley Blaze: Aaron Horanski. The Blaze also have Thunderbird alumni Bob Foerster, Scott Webster, and Tyler Willson.
Ontario Intercounty League:
Guelph Royals: Turner Spears, Bruce Yari
Toronto Maple Leafs: Connor Lillis-White
Burlington Bandits: Greg Densem, Connor Smith
- Published on Saturday, 08 June 2013 17:40
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|Cody Lavalli||OF||Lewis-Clark State||Rangers||37|
|Tyler O'Neill||RF||Langley Blaze||Mariners||3|
|Nicholas Pivetta||RHP||New Mexico JC||Nationals||4|
|Lachlan Fontaine||3B||North Shore Twins||Mariners||13|
|Morgan Lofstrom||C||Okanagan Athletics||Reds||20|
|Kurtis Kostuk||RHP||Abbotsford Cardinals||Diamondbacks||38|
- Published on Saturday, 04 May 2013 08:04
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- Published on Thursday, 02 May 2013 07:13
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Wednesday - Concordia-Portland 2, UBC 1: The Thunderbirds got a complete game from Sean Callegari. He allowed two runs in the first two innings (one of them walked in), but finished with six hits and nine strikeouts. However, the Birds managed only seven hits off Jason Snodgrass, and the only run came on an RBI single by DH Greg Densem in the sixth inning. The Birds left the bases loaded at the end of that inning, and they left LF Mike Hole on third at the end of the second inning. Box score and play-by-play
Article from UBC Athletics site: Cavs edge T-Birds on day one of NAIA West tourney
The Cavaliers won a 15-inning game earlier in the day. The other game also went extra innings; defending champion Menlo defeated Corban 11-5 in 12 innings.
Thursday - UBC 6, Corban 1: Alex Graham pitched six shutout innings, scattered six hits and five walks. The Birds scored all of their runs in the third inning; 2B Andrew Firth hit an RBI single, LF Mike Hole hit a two-RBI double, 1B Jeremy Kral got an RBI on a ground out, DH Austin Fruson hit an RBI double, and CF James Stewart hit an RBI single. Box score and play-by-play
Menlo 6, UBC 0: James Jensen pitched a complete-game shutout for the Oaks, held the Birds to seven hits, didn't walk a batter, struck out five. Courtesy runner James Stewart was stranded on third in the second inning, and pinch-hitter Austin Fruson was stranded on third in the eighth. C Greg Densem had two hits. Box score and play-by-play
Article from UBC Athletics site: Oaks knock T-Birds out of NAIA West Tournament
- Published on Friday, 26 April 2013 17:17
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Friday - UBC 16, Lewis-Clark State 1: RF Jerod Bartnik, who entered the game as a pinch-hitter, hit two home runs, batted in five runs. C Brody Hawkins went 5-for-6 with two doubles, three RBI. The Thunderbirds had a shutout going into the eighth inning; Sean Callegari went seven innings, allowed four hits, struck out six, didn't walk a batter. Alex Webb went the rest of the way, allowed the sole run on two hits, struck out one. The 23 hits for the Thunderbirds was an L-C State record for hits by an opposing team. Box score and play-by-play
Lewis-Clark State 12, UBC 2: The Birds were done in by a six runs in the third inning, led by a two-RBI single by DH Kyle Blackwell and a two-RBI double by 3B Jacob Cano. Both of the Birds' runs came in the second inning, on an RBI bunt single by CF K.P. Hlatky and a bases-loaded walk by SS Tyson Popoff. Alex Graham got the loss. C Greg Densem went 3-for-4. The Birds stranded 14 base runners. Box score and play-by-play
Story from UBC Athletics site: UBC and LC State trade blowouts to split DH
Saturday - UBC 4, Lewis-Clark State 3: The Birds scored all their runs in the fourth inning; a three-RBI double by SS Tyson Popoff, and an RBI single by 1B Jeremy Kral. The Warriors out-hit the Birds 12-6, but they left 13 runners on base, and left the bases loaded three times, including the bottom of the ninth. Bryan Pawlina got the win, went five innings, allowed one run on six hits, struck out three. (Pawlina's record is now 9-0.) Miles Verweel and Conor Lillis-White each pitched two innings of relief. Lillis-White lived dangerously, allowed a run on two hits, walked three, but he was also consistently ahead of the batters in the count. Box score and play-by-play
Story from UBC Athletics site: T-Birds hang on to edge Warriors in game three
Sunday: - Lewis-Clark State 12 UBC 9: The Birds led this one 7-2 after five innings, but the Warriors came up with three runs in the sixth inning, and seven runs in the seventh. RF Jerod Bartnik went 3-for-5 with two RBI. Alex Webb got the loss. Box score and play-by-play
Story from UBC Athletics site: Warriors top 'Birds in regular season finale