|Copyright 2006 Oshawa Dodgers
Dodgers Slip to .500 With Loss to Leafs
In Oshawa the Toronto Maple Leafs scored early and often,
pounding the Oshawa Dodgers 14-4.
Toronto scored five runs in the first inning and were never
threatened, adding four more in the seventh to keep their offence in
high gear despite playing in steady rain for a good part of the
The Leafs pounded away at Oshawa starter Greg Byron in the first,
getting to him for five runs, including a solo homer by Kyle Morton.
Leafs pecked away the rest of the night, scoring a single run in the
third, two more in the fourth, another single in the sixth and four
more runs in the seventh.
Warren Bradley added two hits for the Leafs. Starter Rick Meinhold
was sharp, allowing four runs on five hits over seven innings,
striking out nine and walking three.
Sean Travers had two hits for the Dodgers including a double.