Close games in men’s baseball

Reds edge Blue Jays 7-6, Athletics nip Dodgers 6-5

 

 

 

Happy’s Source for Sports Reds needed eight innings to defeat the Campbell River Blue Jays 7-6 in Comox Valley Men’s Baseball League action last Friday night under the lights at Bill Moore Memorial Park.

The Reds’ pitchers – Adam Berkenstock, Chris Mckague and Bob Atwood – combined to fan 12 Jays batters and the Reds’ Tim Parsons scored the winning run in the extra inning for the win.

In the second game of the doubleheader, the Powerhouse Drywall Athletics beat the Investors Group Dodgers by a score of 6-5.

The A’s Daryl Walker had a two-run double to go along with Brennan Macarthur’s RBI bunt single to secure the victory for the A’s.

Next game in the 19-plus men’s ball league goes this Friday night, 7 p.m., at Bill Moore park in Courtenay.

– Comox Valley Men’s Baseball League

 

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