Bandits get trounced by Barrie in a 28-0 shutout.

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July 10, 2016


The Barrie Baycats piled up 28 runs on 25 hits in a 28-0 shutout of the Burlington Bandits.


IBL July 9Kyle Degrace was 5-for-5 with six RBI’s including a double and home run to lead Barrie. Zach Sardellitti also had five hits and seven RBI’s with Conner Morro adding four hits and four RBI’s. Ryan Spataro and Kevin Atkinson each had three hits and three RBI’s and a home run. Jordan Castaldo also had two hits and two RBI’s including a home run for Barrie.

Emilis Guerrero (2-1) was the winning pitcher allowing only three hits in seven innings with 16 strikeouts. He was relieved by Brandon Catena who pitched the final two innings. Jack Dennis (1-4) was the loser, giving up 11 runs on seven hits including five home runs in 3.1 innings.

In Brantfoed the second-place Kitchener Panthers (19-6) kept pace with the first-place London Majors with a 6-1 victory over the Brantford Red Sox (16-11). Brantford is in fourth place.

Tanner Nivins led the Panthers with three hits with Terrell Alliman and Dave Whiteside adding two hits each including a double.
For Brantford, Tyler Patzalek had two hits.

Matt McGovern (4-0) was the winning pitcher, giving up four hits in 5.2 innings of shutout baseball. He walked one and struckout five and was relieved by Ian Rendon, Iannick Remillard and Phil Owen who finished up. Riley Barr (1-1) took the loss for Brantford, allowing three runs on five hits with two walks and five strikeouts in 6.1 innings.

In Guelph, the Royals (6-18) jumped out to a 6-0 first inning lead enroute to an 11-1 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs (12-13). Guelph remains in a sixth place tie, 5 ½ games behind the fifth-place Toronto.

Santino Silvestri and Chandler McLaren each had three hits to lead Guelph with Silvestri adding three RBI’s and McLaren one. Pat Coughlin had two hits and two RBI’s and Kinglsey Alarcon adding contributing two hits.

Alberto Rodriguez (2-2) was the winning pitcher, allowing only one run on three hits, one walk and eight strikeouts in seven innings. Justin Cicatello (3-3) took the loss for Toronto, giving up 11 runs, only six earned, on six hits in 6.2 innings. He walked four and struck out four.

Future games

Sunday, July 10
Guelph at Toronto, 2 p.m.
Hamilton at Barrie, 7 p.m.
London at Kitchener, 7 p.m.

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