Blue Jays knock off Dodgers

Men's 19+ baseball league action goes every Friday under the lights at Bill Moore park







Last Friday night, under the lights of Bill Moore Memorial Park, the Comox Valley Men’s Baseball League’s Investors Group Dodgers lost to the Campbell River Blue Jays 6-3.

The Blue Jays bats were too strong for the Dodgers’ pitching staff. Braedon Rasmuesson and Keenan Andrews were the lone standouts for the Dodgers.

In the second game of the night the Powerhouse Drywall Athletics beat up on the Happy’s Source for Sports Reds 12-4. The A’s Josh Chapman had a strong outing on the hill and Brad Aitken led the way at the plate for the A’s with two doubles.

The CVMBL is a 19+ men’s baseball league. All games are Friday nights under the lights at Bill Moore park.

The Dodgers and A’s are tied for top spot with 2-1-0 records. The Blue Jays are 1-1-1 while the Reds are 0-2-1.


– Comox Valley Men’s Baseball League



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