Bulls shut out by hot Dawgs

By Geoff Smith (@smithco on Twitter)
July 26, 2017 - 6:57am

OKOTOKS -- It appears the Okotoks Dawgs will be the team to beat in this year's Western Major Baseball League playoffs.

The Lethbridge Bulls were shut out by the Dawgs 6-0 in Okotoks Tuesday, July 25. Bulls starter Landen Bourassa left the game after the fifth inning, despite allowing only seven hits. Five of the six Dawgs runs were unearned.

The Lethbridge batters were held to just five hits.

The division-leading Dawgs have now won seven in a row. A capacity crowd of 5,686 fans packed Seaman Stadium for the game.

The Bulls have four games left in the regular season. They host Edmonton Thursday, July 27 and Friday, July 28, followed by Fort McMurray Saturday, July 29. They close out their season July 30 in Brooks.

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