Bats booming in slo-pitch league

Top teams tallying plenty of runs as season is in full swing

After getting rained out Monday, the Comox Valley Slo-Pitch League returned to the diamond with a vengeance on Tuesday, May 28.

Ducks Gone Wild beat Benchwarmers 21-9, C.V. Marine Misfits swamped Lordco Malfunctions 17-10, Brewjays topped Lordco 15-8, Calm Batters clipped Elks Zombies 16-15 and Balls Deep downed Nissan Titans 15-9.

On May 29 Dirty Birds stopped Mission Possible Shockers 9-8, Prime Chophouse Steamers beat Averages Joes 13-10, Billy D’s Dodgers shelled Peanut Gallery 18-6, VIIC Vikings flattened Hub Barton Insurance Wheelers 31-3, Swingers wiggled by Waverley Brew Crew 12-11, TULS topped Coco Locos 13-10 and Contenders clipped Slippery Kittens 12-7.

 

May 30 action included Sauced trapping Oyster River Rats 13-10 and unnerving Calm Batters 23-15, Instigators downing C.V. Marine Misfits 20-7, Komox Grind edging EZ Ryders 11-10, EZ Ryders rolling over Lordco Malfunctions 16-10, Benchwarmers beating Banner Landscaping Brewers 6-4 and Nissan Titans topping Speedy Glass Devils 17-10.

 

 

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