Blue Jays remain undefeated in men’s baseball league

Investors Group record now 4-0 after 4-0 win over Happy's Source for Sports Reds

Last Friday night in the Comox Valley Men’s Baseball League the Happy’s Source for Sports Reds looked to slow down the undefeated Investors Group Blue Jays.

The Reds’ pitching staff of Scott Judson (2IP, 0ER) and Ryan Mackinnon (1IP, 0ER) held off the Blue Jays early, but the Jays’ bats didn’t stay quiet for long.

The Reds kept the game close with Jake Dojack (2-3, 2B, 1B) providing offence, but the Blue Jays proved too tough as they won 4-3 to keep their undefeated record intact at 4 -0.

The second game of the night under the lights at Bill Moore Memorial Park had the Dependable Lawn Care Rockies up against the Temprite Climate Solutions Orioles.

Both teams have started slowly this season but the Rockies’ offence finally woke up in this game, pounding out at 6-1 win.

 

– Comox Valley Men’s Baseball League

 

 

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