Game Recaps: June 21st

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Three WCBL games were postponed after rain washed away all of the Saskatchewan games slated for the day.

Yorkton Cardinals vs Melville Millionaires – Postponed to: June 24th, 11:05AM

Regina Red Sox vs Swift Current 57’s – Postponed to: July 8th, 7:05PM

Weyburn Beavers vs Moose Jaw Miller Express – Postponed to: August 4th, 6:35PM

Okotoks Dawgs vs Lethbridge Bulls | 8 – 10

The Lethbridge Bulls downed the first place Okotoks Dawgs, ending the Dawgs four-game win streak after defeating them by a score of 10-8. The win improves the Bulls record to 11-8, putting them only three games behind Okotoks in the standings, who fall to 14-5 on the season.

Bulls first baseman, Kaleb Warden continued to dominate WCBL pitching, going 4-5 with five RBI’s, putting him in the league lead for batting average and runs batted in. Warden is becoming a favourite in the WCBL MVP conversation after a hot start to the season where he has slashed .484/.558/.742, with three homers and 22 RBI’s.

Second baseman, Ashton Roy of the Bulls also collected four hits in the win, going 4-5 with a double and a run scored.

Right-handed pitcher, Dylan Steen got the start for the Bulls tossing five innings, while striking out three, before Cal Theal and Evan O’Toole finished off the ballgame.

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Edmonton Prospects vs Medicine Hat Mavericks | 3 – 4

It was a 16-inning, walk-off win for the Medicine Hat Mavericks as they defeated the Edmonton Prospects 4-3. The win puts the Mavericks at 8-12 for the season, as the Prospects fall to 10-11.

Mavericks outfielder, John Velasco was the hero after he hit a walk-off single, scoring Nolan Rattai for the winning run. Velasco finished the night 1-6 with one walk and an RBI, while his teammate, Colton Wright crushed a homer in the win, finishing 2-6 with two walks, two RBI’s, and a run scored.

Owen Steele got the start for the Mavericks, tossing the first six innings of the 16-inning marathon, striking out nine on the night. Derek Eubanks earned the win after he tossed the final six innings, striking out four, allowing zero earned runs.

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