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Gray tosses shutout as Dodgers blank Leafs

On his 19th birthday, Cam Gray pitched a complete game six-hitter as
the Oshawa Dodgers thumped the Toronto Maple Leafs 8-0 at Christie
Pits Wednesday night.

The Dodgers stole nine bases and pounded out 15 hits off three Toronto
pitchers to improve to 9-5 while the defending IBL champion Leafs
dropped into a tie for fifth place at 7-6.

Both benches emptied twice in the fifth inning, resulting in the ejection of
four players, and Toronto manager Dino Roumel and outfielder Joe
Colameco were also later ejected for arguing calls.

Oshawa went ahead 2-0 in the first inning on a run-scoring single by
Steve Lewis and an RBI groundout by Sean Cunningham. The Dodgers
then scored three runs on three hits in the fifth inning, two of them
coming on a two-run homer by Kofi Osei-Aning to give Gray more than
enough offence.

Brendan Emmett led Oshawa with three hits, while Sean Cunningham,
Marcus Knecht, and Osei-Aning all had two hits for the Dodgers, who
added single runs in the sixth, seventh and ninth  innings to complete the
rout.

Gray struck out nine and walked two. Jeremy Walker had two hits for the
Leafs.

WP - Cam Gray
LP - Doug Dimma