Atlantic Canadians Playing US College Baseball in 2023

With many US College Baseball 2023 seasons already underway and the rest starting soon, I thought it would be a good time to post about our Atlantic Canadian boys who are playing on US College teams.

While both cbplayers.com and canadianbaseballnetwork.com both maintain lists of ALL Canadians in US College Baseball, I decided to focus on the subset of players with hometowns in Atlantic Canada.

None of these lists are ever completely accurate as they rely on accurate and up to date data pulled/transposed from the websites of the various programs, as well as personal knowledge. The last time I checked there were around 1600 US College baseball programs and I can assure you that not all of them are great at updating their roster information.

For this list, if you notice someone is missing, or data that is incorrect, please let me know by using the comments function and I will make the necessary corrections.

Without further ado, here is the list of Atlantic Canadians on US College Baseball rosters for the 2023 season:

NamePositionSchool (Division)StateYearHometown
Alex OuelletteOF/RHPState University of New York at New Paltz (NCAA D3)NYJuniorMiddle Sackville, Nova Scotia
Alex PeacockRHPAntelope Valley (CCCAA)CAFreshmanQuispamsis, New Brunswick
Brandon LangleyRHPUSC Lancaster (NJCAA D1)SCFreshmanNew Glasgow, Prince Edward Island
Cam RendellOF/1B/PUniversity of Maine (NCAA D1)MEFreshmanHalifax, Nova Scotia
Chase TuckerCThe College of Saint Rose (NCAA D2)NYJuniorSt. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador
Cole TuckerINFNiagara University (NCAA D1)NYSeniorMount Pearl, Newfoundland & Labrador
Craig OliverINFD’Youville University (NCAA D2)NYSeniorFredericton, New Brunswick
Demitri ShakotkoUTILCloud County (NJCAA D1)KSFreshmanFredericton, New Brunswick
Dylan SmithOF/INFMohawk Valley (NJCAA D3)NYSophomoreHammonds Plains, Nova Scotia
Eric FieldsLHPNichols College (NCAA D3)MAFreshmanBrookfield, Nova Scotia
Ethan FrancisRHPNorthwestern State University (NCAA D1)LASeniorMiscouche, Prince Edward Island
Evan O’TooleRHPOklahoma State University (NCAA D1)OKJuniorBridgewater, Nova Scotia
Garrett NicholsonLHPMinot State University (NCAA D2)NDSeniorSydney Mines, Nova Scotia
Haden DowLHPSoutheast Missouri State University (NCAA D1)MOJuniorSaint John, New Brunswick
Hunter CanningRHPSussex County (NJCAA D2)NJFreshmanDartmouth, Nova Scotia
Isaac MurrayC/1BMohawk Valley (NJCAA D3)NYFreshmanHalifax, Nova Scotia
Jaden HumphreysCSt. Olaf College (NCAA D3)MNFreshmanMiramichi, New Brunswick
Jay MillerRHPUniversity of North Carolina, Greensboro (NCAA D1)NCFreshmanCornerbrook, Newfoundland & Labrador
John DeCosteRHPGarden City (NJCAA D1)KSFreshmanTruro, Nova Scotia
Jordan MacDonaldINFHusson University (NCAA D3)MEJuniorFredericton, New Brunswick
Josh MyersOFThe College of Saint Rose (NCAA D2)NYJuniorSummerside, Prince Edward Island
Keegan Wade-Parker1B/3BLake Region State (NJCAA D2)NDFreshmanBridgewater, Nova Scotia
Kole MillerLHPSouthwestern (NJCAA D1)IAFreshmanDartmouth, Nova Scotia
Lane GeorgeC/3BDesert (CCCAA)CAFreshmanMilford, Nova Scotia
Layton CuvilierOF/LHPSussex County (NJCAA D2)NJSophomoreHantsport, Nova Scotia
Logan HarveyCMohawk Valley (NJCAA D3)NYFreshmanHammonds Plains, Nova Scotia
Logan RaftusCMontgomery (NJCAA D2)MDFreshmanDartmouth, Nova Scotia
Matthew BeachOFVentura (CCCAA)CAFreshmanQuispamsis, New Brunswick
Matthew GrabmannRHPUniversity of Oregon (NCAA D1)ORFreshmanDartmouth, Nova Scotia
Matthew MackenzieRHPColby (NJCAA D1)KSFreshmanVaughan, Nova Scotia
Max GrantINFCanisius College (NCAA D1)NYJuniorFredericton, New Brunswick
Micah McDowellOFOregon State University (NCAA D1)ORJuniorHalifax, Nova Scotia
Nash Crowell1BReinhardt University (NAIA)GASophomoreYarmouth, Nova Scotia
Nathan BoutilierOFKaskaskia (NJCAA D1)ILSophomoreDartmouth, Nova Scotia
Nicholas SmithOF/CLake Region State (NJCAA D2)NDFreshmanFlatrock, Newfoundland & Labrador
Noah BoutilierINFKaskaskia (NJCAA D1)ILSophomoreDartmouth, Nova Scotia
Ryan ScottRHPUniversity of Maine (NCAA D1)MESophomoreQuispamsis, New Brunswick
Ryan TrenholmOFElmira College (NCAA D3)NYSophomoreHammonds Plains, Nova Scotia
Shane CowanCWilliston State (NJCAA D2)NDFreshmanFall River, Nova Scotia
Shane SullivanRHP/INFCentral Maine CC (USCAA)MESophomoreFredericton, New Brunswick
Tanner MacleanLHPSussex County (NJCAA D2)NJSophomoreCharlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Tyler BoudreauRHPMidland (NJCAA D1)TXSophomoreMiddle Sackville, Nova Scotia
Zack ReidINFWest Virginia University Institute of Technology (NAIA)WVSophomoreMount Pearl, Newfoundland & Labrador
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Atlantic Collegiate Baseball Association 2022 Award Winners

The Atlantic Collegiate Baseball Association announced their award winners for the 2022 regular season back on October 15th.

The 2022 ABCA Awards included the following:

  • Top Hitter
  • Top Pitcher
  • Top Defensive Player
  • Rookie of the Year
  • All Star Catcher
  • All Star First Baseman
  • All Star Second Baseman
  • All Star Third Baseman
  • All Star Shortstop
  • All Star Outfielders (3)
  • All Star Designated Hitter

This post will highlight each of the award winners, highlight some key statistics that helped them win their award, and show their overall league ranking for players that qualified with at least 50 Plate Appearances or 16 Innings pitched.

Here goes…

Top Hitter: Doug Hassell, Acadia Axemen

StatisticResultLeague Rank
Batting Average.4421st
On Base Percentage.5104th
Slugging Percentage.7441st
On Base Plus Slugging1.2541st
Run Production Per Appearance.4518th
Quality At Bat Percentage.5692nd
Contact Percentage.9582nd
Batting Average w Runners in Scoring Position.5882nd

Top Pitcher: Ethan Smith, Holland Hurricanes

StatisticResultLeague Rank
Earned Run Average (per 7 innings)1.691st
Walks and Hits Per Inning Pitched1.202nd
Fielding Independent Pitching2.131st
Overall Strike Percentage.6812nd
First Pitch Strike Percentage.6962nd
Strikeouts to Walks Ratio3.574th
Strikeouts Per 7 Innings6.567th
Swing and Miss Percentage.1561st

Top Defensive Player: Duncan Picketts, Holland Hurricanes

StatisticResultLeague Rank
Total Chances811st
Assists817th (tie)
Putouts711st
Fielding Percentage.97513th
Innings Caught73 1/31st
Runners Caught Stealing42nd (tie)
Caught Stealing % (min 32 innings Caught)28.6%1st
Catcher Runners Picked Off31st

Rookie of the Year: Camilo Riesgo, Saint Mary’s Huskies

StatisticResultLeague Rank
Batting Average.35410th (tie)
On Base Percentage.4926th
Slugging Percentage.5215th
On Base Plus Slugging1.0135th
Run Production Per Appearance.42611th
Quality At Bat Percentage.40119th
Contact Percentage.81314th
Batting Average w Runners in Scoring Position.4746th

All Star Catcher: Duncan Picketts, Holland Hurricanes

StatisticResultLeague Rank
Batting Average.31016th
On Base Percentage.42315th
Slugging Percentage.5713rd
On Base Plus Slugging.9956th
Run Production Per Appearance.5193rd
Quality At Bat Percentage.40420th
Contact Percentage.81015th (tie)
Batting Average w Runners in Scoring Position.30417th

All Star First Baseman: Ben Rittenberg, Dalhousie Tigers

StatisticResultLeague Rank
Batting Average.33313th
On Base Percentage.47210th
Slugging Percentage.4767th
On Base Plus Slugging.9488th (tie)
Run Production Per Appearance.41512th
Quality At Bat Percentage.47214th
Contact Percentage.9293rd
Batting Average w Runners in Scoring Position.30410th (tie)

All Star Second Baseman: Ryan Fitzgerald, Dalhousie Tigers

StatisticResultLeague Rank
Batting Average.4213rd
On Base Percentage.5471st
Slugging Percentage.4748th
On Base Plus Slugging1.0214th
Run Production Per Appearance.5282nd
Quality At Bat Percentage.5099th (tie)
Contact Percentage.9214th
Batting Average w Runners in Scoring Position.5714th

All Star Third Baseman: Nick Rushton, UNB Reds

StatisticResultLeague Rank
Batting Average.4074th
On Base Percentage.46711th
Slugging Percentage.4816th
On Base Plus Slugging.9488th (tie)
Run Production Per Appearance.4836th
Quality At Bat Percentage.43316th
Contact Percentage.8708th
Batting Average w Runners in Scoring Position.36812th

All Star Shortstop: Connor Hill, UNB Reds

StatisticResultLeague Rank
Batting Average.3737th
On Base Percentage.5005th
Slugging Percentage.4719th
On Base Plus Slugging.9717th
Run Production Per Appearance.4845th
Quality At Bat Percentage.5166th
Contact Percentage.80417th
Batting Average w Runners in Scoring Position.4765th

All Star Outfielder: Dylan Corsini, Dalhousie Tigers

StatisticResultLeague Rank
Batting Average.29217th (tie)
On Base Percentage.40717th
Slugging Percentage.43812th (tie)
On Base Plus Slugging.84415th
Run Production Per Appearance.5421st
Quality At Bat Percentage.47513th
Contact Percentage.85410th
Batting Average w Runners in Scoring Position.40010th (tie)

All Star Outfielder: Doug Hassell, Acadia Axemen

StatisticResultLeague Rank
Batting Average.4421st
On Base Percentage.5104th
Slugging Percentage.7441st
On Base Plus Slugging1.2541st
Run Production Per Appearance.4518th
Quality At Bat Percentage.5692nd
Contact Percentage.9582nd
Batting Average w Runners in Scoring Position.5882nd

All Star Outfielder: Ethan Smith, Holland Hurricanes

StatisticResultLeague Rank
Batting Average.4222nd
On Base Percentage.5362nd
Slugging Percentage.5334th
On Base Plus Slugging1.0693rd
Run Production Per Appearance.4647th
Quality At Bat Percentage.42917th
Contact Percentage.9115th
Batting Average w Runners in Scoring Position.5833rd

All Star Designated Hitter: Matthew Peacock, Holland Hurricanes

StatisticResultLeague Rank
Batting Average.3865th
On Base Percentage.4917th
Slugging Percentage.6362nd
On Base Plus Slugging1.1272nd
Run Production Per Appearance.4349th
Quality At Bat Percentage.5099th (tie)
Contact Percentage.70323rd
Batting Average w Runners in Scoring Position.4448th

Atlantic Collegiate Baseball Association – 2021 – Week 4 Summary

Things got back to normal for the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball Association in Week 4 with all games proceeding as scheduled. Games that were rained out during Week 3 will be made up this coming weekend.

Saturday October 2, 2021

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Holland College Hurricanes @ Acadia Axemen

In Game 1, Acadia shut out Holland College by a score of 9 to 0. The Acadia offense was led by Jackson Colbourne (2 for 3 with a Triple, an RBI, and 2 Runs Scored), Pat McWilliam (2 for 4 with a Double, 3 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), and Doug Hassell (1 for 3 with a Home Run). Matt Bradley went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 0 Earned Runs and 2 Hits while Walking 4, Striking Out 8, and throwing a total of 106 pitches. Acadia committed No Errors in the game. For Holland College, Ben MacDougall and Ethan McLellan had the only 2 hits in the game. Starter Cody LeBlanc took the Loss, giving up 6 Hits and 5 Earned Runs over 5 innings, while Walking 1, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 85 pitches. Holland College committed 3 Errors in the game.

In Game 2, Holland College came back with a solid offensive output to beat Acadia 8 to 3. The Holland College offense was very balanced with only Rhyann Storr recording more than 1 of their 8 Hits (2 for 4 with an RBI). Six Hurricanes went 1 for 3 including Dylan Worth (a Double, 3 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), Ben MacDougall (a Double, a Walk, an RBI, and a Run Scored), Drew Grady, Ethan McLellan (a Double, a Walk and a Run Scored), Brayden Lebel (a Walk and 2 Runs Scored), and Matt Peacock (a Walk, an RBI, and a Run Scored). Starter Eric Anderson threw 6 1/3 Innings for the Win, giving up 1 Earned Run and 4 Hits while Walking 5, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 96 pitches. Holland College committed 1 Error in the game. For Acadia, Eric Wozniewicz, Parker MacIntyre, Pat McWilliam, Doug Hassell, and Seth Routledge each chipped in with 1 hit. Starter Jacobie Ford took the Loss, giving up 5 Hits and 4 Earned Runs over 5 1/3 innings, while Walking 4, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 87 pitches. Acadia committed 1 Error in the game.

Dalhousie Tigers @ St. Francis Xavier X-Men

In Game 1, STFX shut out Dal by a score of 8 to 0. The Acadia offense was led by Lucas Fraser (4 for 4 with 2 Doubles, 2 RBI’s, and 2 Runs Scored), Kyle Moore (3 for 4 with 2 RBI’s), Ty Arsenault (2 for 3 with 2 Runs Scored) and Dylan Brown (2 for 4 with an RBI). Brett Baxter went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 0 Earned Runs and 5 Hits while Walking 1, Striking Out 5, and throwing a total of 113 pitches. STFX committed 4 Errors in the game. For Dalhousie, Josh Hatfield went 2 for 3 with a Double while D Garinger, Ben Widdecombe, and Dylan Corsini each chipped in with a Hit. Starter Nick Manias took the Loss, giving up 13 Hits and 7 Earned Runs over 6 innings, while Walking 4, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 111 pitches. Dalhousie committed 2 Errors in the game.

In Game 2, offense was tough to come by but Dalhousie scored in the 7th to win it 1 to 0. The Dalhousie Offense was led by Dylan Corsini (2 for 3 with the only Run Scored), Kiwean Song (1 for 2 with a Walk and the only RBI), and Ben Widdecombe (1 for 3). Starter Garrett Windsor went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 0 Earned Runs and 1 Hit while Walking 1, Striking Out 2, and throwing a total of 80 pitches. Dalhousie committed 2 Errors in the game. For STFX, Ty Arsenault had their only Hit in the game. Starter Dylan Brown took the Loss, giving up 4 Hits and 1 Earned Run over 7 innings, while Walking 1, Striking Out 8, and throwing a total of 93 pitches. STFX committed no Errors in the game.

University of New Brunswick Reds @ Saint Mary’s Huskies

In Game 1, Saint Mary’s was able to come up with a 6 to 4 Win over UNB. The Saint Mary’s offense was able to score 6 runs with only 4 hits, one each from Luke Robison (1 for 2 with and RBI and a Run Score), Brett Stover (1 for 2 with a Walk and a Run Scored), Oscar Kozariz (1 for 3 with a Run Scored), and Logan MacNeil (1 for 3 with a Run Scored). Spencer Murray went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 2 Earned Runs and 6 Hits while Walking 4, Striking Out 8, and throwing a total of 107 pitches. SMU committed 2 Errors in the game. For UNB, the offense was led by Connor Hill (2 for 4 with a Run Scored), Luke Smith (1 for 2 with a Run Scored), David Bunce (1 for 2 with a Walk), Connor Ellsworth (1 for 3), and Nick Rushton (1 for 4 with 2 RBI’s). Starter Diego Leclair took the Loss, giving up 3 Hits and 4 Earned Runs over 3 2/3 innings, while Walking 3, Striking Out 4, and throwing a total of 67 pitches. UNB committed 2 Errors in the game.

In Game 2, UNB got the bats going and put a 14 to 2 beating on SMU. The UNB offense was led by Owen Lohnes (2 for 3 with a Grand Slam Home Run, 5 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), Connor Hill (2 for 3 with 2 Doubles, 2 Walks, and 3 Runs Scored), Adam Estey (2 for 3 with a Walk, an RBI, and 3 Runs Scored) and Connor Ellsworth (2 for 3 with a Walk, an RBI, and a Run Scored). Starter Rylan Matchett went 6 Innings for the Win, giving up 2 Earned Runs and 7 Hits while Walking 2, Striking Out 0, and throwing a total of 90 pitches. UNB committed 1 Error in the game. For SMU, the offense was led by Oscar Kozariz (2 for 3 with a Double and a Run Scored), Kyle Sampson (2 for 3 with a Run Scored), and Spencer Murray (2 for 3). Starter Cameron Hughes took the Loss, giving up 4 Hits and 1 Earned Run over 7 innings, while Walking 4, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 84 pitches. SMU committed 4 Errors in the game.

Sunday October 3, 2021

Acadia Axemen @ Saint Mary’s Huskies

In Game 1, Acadia beat SMU by a score of 10 to 4. The Acadia offense was led by Doug Hassell (3 for 4 with 4 RBI’s), Garrett Culleton (2 for 3 with a Home Run, a Walk, 2 RBI’s, and 4 Runs Scored), and Jamal Davis (2 for 3 with a Walk, and 2 RBI’s). Jake MacKinnon went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 4 Earned Runs and 8 Hits while Walking 4, Striking Out 4, and throwing a total of 133 pitches. Acadia committed 1 Error in the game. For SMU, the offense was led by Logan Raftus (3 for 4 with a Run Scored) and Brett Stover (1 for 3 with 3 RBI’s). Spencer Murray, Larry Barton, Oscar Kozariz, and Logan MacNeil each chipped in with a Hit of their own. Starter Brock Townsend took the Loss, giving up 7 Hits and 5 Earned Runs over 5 1/3 innings, while Walking 5, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 98 pitches. SMU committed 3 Errors in the game.

In Game 2, Acadia came out on top of SMU by the exact same score of 10 to 4. The Acadia offense was very balanced with 9 player recording Hits. The top hitters included Garrett Culleton (2 for 3 with 2 Walks, 1 RBI, and 2 Runs Scored), Cole Stevens (2 for 3 with a Run Scored), Seth Routledge (1 for 2 with a Double, 2 Walks, an RBI, and 2 Runs Scored), Jake MacKinnon (1 for 2 with 2 Walk, 2 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), Doug Hassell (2 for 5 with an RBI and 2 Runs Scored), and Pat McWilliam (2 for 5 with a Double and an RBI). Starter Keegan Gaskell went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 3 Earned Runs and 8 Hits while Walking 2, Striking Out 6, and throwing a total of 97 pitches. Acadia committed 3 Errors in the game. For Saint Mary’s the offense was led by Justin Hubley (2 for 3 with a Double and Run Scored), Brock Townsend (2 for 4 with a Double, 2 RBI’s and a Run Scored), and Spencer Murray (2 for 4). Starter JLogan MacNeil took the Loss, giving up 12 Hits and 9 Earned Runs over 5 1/3 innings, while Walking 6, Striking Out 4, and throwing a total of 123 pitches. SMU committed 2 Errors in the game.

Holland College Hurricanes @ St. Francis Xavier X-Men

In Game 1, Holland College beat St. FX by a score of 10 to 4. The Hurricanes offense was led by Dylan Worth (2 for 3 with a Double, a Walk, 3 RBI’s, and 2 Runs Scored), Drew Grady (2 for 4 with a Double, 4 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), Ethan McLellan (2 for 4), and Jack MacKenzie (2 for 5 with 2 Runs Scored). Ben MacDougall went 7 complete for the Win, giving up 1 Earned Run and 3 Hits while Walking 3, Striking Out 8, and throwing a total of 105 pitches. Holland College committed 2 Errors in the game. For STFX, the offense was led by Ewan Galloway (1 for 2 with a Walk and an RBI), Kyle Moore (1 for 2 with a Walk and a Run Score), and Michael Sampson (1 for 3 with a Double and an RBI). Starter Dominik Tremblay took the Loss, giving up 5 Hits and 7 Runs (only 2 Earned) over 5 2/3 innings, while Walking 4, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 111 pitches. STFX committed 3 Errors in the game.

In Game 2, Holland College really got the bats going with 16 Hits in a 15 to 5 Win over STFX. The top hitters for Holland College included Brett Caissie (3 for 4 with a Double, a Walk, 2 RBI’s, and 2 Runs Scored), Ben MacDougall (3 for 4 with a Walk, an RBI, and 2 Runs Scored), Garret Hebert (2 for 4 with a Walk, an RBI, and 3 Runs Scored), Rhyan Storr (2 for 4 with a Double, a Walk, 2 RBI’s, and a Run Scored), and Drew Grady (2 for 4 with a Walk, 2 RBI’s, and a Run Scored). Reliever Jack MacKenzie took over for Starter Ethan McLellan and threw 5 Innings for the Win, giving up 1 Earned Run and 6 Hits while Walking 2, Striking Out 6, and throwing a total of 82 pitches. Holland College committed 1 Error in the game. For STFX the offense was led by Kyle Moore (2 for 4 with a Double and Run Scored), Lucas Fraser (2 for 4 with a Run Scored), Brett Baxter (2 for 4 with a Run Scored), and Michael Sampson (1 for 3 with a Double and an RBI). Starter Jonathan Tremblay took the Loss, giving up 5 Hits and 5 Earned Runs over 3 1/3 innings, while Walking 4, Striking Out 4, and throwing a total of 69 pitches. STFX committed 1 Error in the game.

University of New Brunswick Reds @ Dalhousie University Tigers

In Game 1, UNB beat Dal by a score of 9 to 7. The Reds offense was led by Adam Estey (3 for 4 with a Double, a Triple, a Walk, and 3 Runs Scored), Matthew Munn (2 for 3 with a Walk, and 2 Runs Scored), and Rylan Matchett (2 for 4 with a Double, a Walk, 2 RBI’s and 2 Runs Scored). Reliever Ryan Nason took over for Starter Matt Nason and threw 3 Innings for the Win, giving up 0 Earned Runs and 2 Hits while Walking 2, Striking Out 6, and throwing a total of 59 pitches. UNB committed 2 Errors in the game. For Dal, the offense was led by Zach Bond (1 for 1 with 2 Walks and 3 Runs Scored), Dylan Corsini (3 for 4 with a Double, an RBI, and a Run Scored), Mark Howatt (1 for 3 with a Double, a Walk and 2 RBI’s), and Ben Rittenberg (1 for 3 with an RBI and a Run Scored). Starter D Garinger took the Loss, giving up 4 Hits and 8 Runs (only 4 Earned) over 2 innings, while Walking 6, Striking Out 1, and throwing a total of 74 pitches. Dal committed 3 Errors in the game.

In Game 2, UNB kept the bats going with 13 Hits in a 7 to 5 Win over Dal. The top hitters for the Reds included Matt Nason (3 for 4 with a Double, a Triple, an RBI, and a Run Scored), Connor Hill (3 for 4 with 2 Runs Scored), and Nick Rushton (3 for 4 with 2 Runs Scored). Reliever Owen Lohnes took over for Starter David Bunce and threw 2 Innings for the Win, giving up 3 Earned Runs and 2 Hits while Walking 3, Striking Out 3, and throwing a total of 51 pitches. UNB committed 1 Error in the game. For Dal the offense was led by Aidan Rittenberg (1 for 2 with a Walk and 2 Runs Scored), Ben Rittenberg (1 for 3 with a Double, a Walk, an RBI, and a Run Scored), and Zach Bond (1 for 3 with a Walk and 2 Runs Scored). Reliever Evan Dunbrille took the Loss, giving up 4 Hits and 2 Earned Runs over 1 2/3 innings, while Walking 2, Striking Out 0, and throwing a total of 43 pitches. Dal committed 2 Errors in the game.