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Reeves Heroics and Chaput's Rain Shortened
Complete Game Victory Gives Dodgers
Commanding 3-0 Series Lead  

The Oshawa Dodgers took a commanding 3-0 series lead over the
Barrie Baycats Wednesday night with a 5-2 rain-shortened win over
Barrie in the lone Intercounty Baseball League playoff game that
managed to be played.  This is the first time in franchise history that the
Dodgers have won three games in a playoff series.
        
Oshawa can pull off the series upset with a win in Game 4 Thursday
night in Barrie after getting the win in a game that was stopped by
severe rain with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning, making it
an official game.
        
Craig Chaput pitched all seven innings for Oshawa, allowing two runs –
one earned – on seven hits with three strikeouts and three walks.
        
Mike Reeves hit a three-run homer for the Dodgers in the fifth inning
while Steve Wickens had three of Oshawa’s nine hits. Jordan Castaldo
added a pair of hits and Tyler Johnstone had a run-scoring double for
Oshawa.
        
Angus Roy took the loss for the Baycats. He went all 6 2/3 innings,
allowing five runs – three earned – on nine hits with one walk.
        
The Baycats were hurt by three errors as they now return home for the
next two games in the series after playing games two and three in
Oshawa.

WP - Craig Chaput
LP - Angus Roy