Bandits get rained out leading the Panthers 7-6

sportsred 100x100By Staff

June 27, 2016



The Burlington Bandits-Kitchener Panthers game was suspended due to rain in the bottom of the sixth inning Sunday night in Kitchener. Burlington led 7-6, and the game will be completed at a later date.

Elsewhere in the league

Hamilton CardinalsLeafs blank Cardinals when Justin Marra homered and drove in five, and Dillon Mulholland threw seven scoreless innings as the Toronto Maple Leafs blanked the Hamilton Cardinals 9-0 Sunday afternoon.

Marra had three RBIs on a pair of singles before connecting for a two-run blast in the eighth.

Sean Mattson had two hits, two RBI and a run, and Damon Topolie drove in a run. Dan Marra singled twice, and Connor Lewis had two hits and scored twice.

Mulholland (3-2) scattered two hits, walking three and striking out three.

Jake Osborne and Tyler Hardie each singled and walked for the Cardinals.
Robert Wilson (1-3) allowed four runs (three earned) on seven hits over five innings in the loss, striking out four and walking three.
Seventh-place Hamilton dropped to 6-17, and fifth-place Toronto improved to 10-9.

In London, the Majors beat Red Sox in an 8-3 win. The Majors pounded out 14 hits over the Brantford Red Sox Sunday afternoon.

Brantford Red SoxLeJon Baker had four of those hits (three singles and a triple) and drove in a pair of runs. Byron Reichstein and Michael Ambrose each had two hits and two RBI, and Cleveland Brownlee added a solo home run and scored twice. Keith Kandel and Humberto Ruiz had two hits and stolen bases apiece.

Cory Hammond (3-0) went seven innings and allowed one run on five hits, walking two and striking out one.

Jeff Hunt had two hits and an RBI for the Red Sox. Benjamin Bostick and Lee Delfino had the other RBIs.

Jose Vasquez (0-1) took the loss after giving up three runs on eight hits in three innings, walking one and striking out one.
Second-place London improved to 16-5, while fourth-place Brantford fell to 12-10.

Future games:
Tuesday, June 28
London at Guelph, 7:30 p.m.
Kitchener at Barrie, 7:30 p.m.

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