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Majors Salvage Split With Game Two Victory
In London, the Majors scored 14 runs in the first three innings of
Game 2 to salvage a split of their doubleheader with the Oshawa
Dodgers, pounding the Dodgers 15-3.
Craig Bate pitched a complete-game nine-hitter for the Majors, striking
out two and walking five while allowing three earned runs. He got
plenty of offensive support, as London led 14-2 after just three innings.
James Lavinskas had four hits to pace the Majors 13-hit assault,
including a double, and drove in four runs in the nightcap. Mason
Reilly added a solo homer and Will Richards had two hits for the
Kofi Osei-Aning had three hits for the Dodgers, while Tyler Patzalek
drove in a pair of runs. Starter Greg Byron took the loss, allowing eight
runs on nine hits in just 1 2/3 innings.