IN A NAILBITER, TORONTO PLAYGROUNDS PREVAIL OVER THE DODGERS TO WIN THEIR OPENING ROUND ROBIN GAME AT WATERWORKS PARK
Game Summary edited with file from Bill Evans
Beneath the tranquil twilight of a midsummer’s night, our Toronto Playgrounds Major Peewee Selects defeated the East Toronto Dodgers 6-3 in five innings this evening at Waterworks Park to win their opening round robin game at the Mississauga Majors Tournament.
Here are the highlights:
- Down 3-2, TP rallied to take the lead and hang tough in a taut nail-biter to prevail over East York.
- TP pitchers Alden (7) and Jordan (14) combined to toss a great game versus the Dodgers.
- In a solid effort, TP catcher Jake (30) went the distance behind the plate.
- Jonathan (19) delivered TP’s game winning RBI.
- Leandro (10) made an inning saving catch in left field off a rocket of a hit by East York.
- TP catcher Jake and starter Alden combined to stop a Dodgers baserunner from scoring on a wild pitch.
- Nigel (20) made a rocket throw to home plate to prevent an East York baserunner from scoring.
The TP Major Peewee Selects continue their quest at the Mississauga tourney on Saturday (July 16) morning at Lakeview Park when they face the Brampton Royals in their second round robin game at 8:30 a.m.