|Copyright 2006 Oshawa Dodgers
Win - Angus Roy
Loss - Adam Garner
Barrie Edges Oshawa on Troy May Memorial Day
The Barrie Baycats edged the Oshawa Dodgers 3-1 in the Dodgers
home opener on Troy May Memorial Day and the 622 fans in attendance
got their money's worth at Kinsmen Stadium in Oshawa.
Former Major League Baseball all-star pitcher Paul Quantrill threw out
the ceremonial first pitch during a ceremony to honour the late Troy May,
founder of the Dodgers where his number 20 was retired.
Pitcher Angus Roy of the Baycats earned the victory going nine hard
fought innings. He allowed one earned run in a game that was a
scoreless draw until the seventh when Barrie got on the board for the
first time. He gave up seven Oshawa hits and struck out five batters.
Adam Garner (0-1) took the loss in his first start of the season. He also
went nine innings and gave up three runs, one of them earned. Barrie
collected nine hits, but he struck out eight men and walked one.
Matt Richardson was Barrie’s leading hitter with two singles while Darren
Sawyers replied with two for the Dodgers including a double. He batted
in one run. The Dodgers threatened in the bottom of the ninth with
runners on second and third, but were unable to complete the