Burlington Bandits suffer a 12 - 1 beating from the bats of the Guelph Royals

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June 3, 2016


The Burlington Bandits tried to shake off last week’s heartbreaking extra inning loss. At least, that was the hope. The reality was a 12-1 blowout delivered by Guelph, sending the Bandits (1-6) back to the drawing board on a three-game losing streak.

Scott Robertson - in full array, is the owner of the Burlington Bandits and also co-chair of the This Magic Moment event.

Bandits owner Scott Robertson – in full array, wonders if taking a bat in his hands will help the team.

The highlights were few and far between for the Bandits; the Royals dominated with a five run inning in the second that included a grand slam by Chandler McLaren.

Burlington starter Liam Munshi (0-1) struggled, giving up seven runs in 1.1 innings of work. The right hander gave up home runs to Guelph’s Keegan Marsden.

The Bandits collected just four hits in the game. The Guelph Royals pounded out 10 base knocks – five of them for extra bases.

Guelph’s starter Richard Gill took home the win for the Royals going 7.0 innings only allowing four hits and one earned run.

The Bandits are now 1-6


Friday, June 3rd
London at Hamilton; 7:30 PM
Toronto at Brantford; 8:00 PM

Saturday, June 4th
Hamilton at Burlington; 1:05 PM (Double Header)
Kitchener at Guelph; 1:00 PM
Brantford at Barrie; 7:00 PM

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