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2014-07-12 at 21:28

All-Stars remain undefeated at Big League championship

By Leith Dunick,
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Cooper Lamke and Tyler Kitching scored three runs apiece, helping the Thunder Bay All-Stars remain unbeaten at the Big League Canadian Championships at Baseball Central on Saturday.

Kody Anton led the way with a 2-for-4, three RBI performance at the plate as the All-Stars hung on for a 12-9 win over the Cape Breton Dodgers, improving to 2-0.

Bryce Jorgenson and Nick Nigro, the winning pitcher in Friday’s opener, drove in two runs apiece for the Thunder Bay squad, who took an 8-3 lead after three innings, only to see the Dodgers tie it up with a five-run fourth.

Tyler MacKinnon was 3-for3 with a two-out, bases-clearing fifth-inning double and finished with three RBI for the Maritime representatives.

Starter Mitch Coulson earned the win, despite giving up eight earned runs over four innings of five-hit, five-walk ball.

Cape Breton reliever Patrick Lahey was saddled with the loss, the Dodgers second in two outings. 

Thunder Bay will look to improve its impressive run Sunday at 4 p.m. against British Columbia.

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jjtalks says:
Very impressed with the young fellow they had to come in and close(save) those first two games. Keep it going Thunder Bay
7/13/2014 7:31:15 AM
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