Majors bats unable to rally in game 4
Unlike the first 3 games of the series, a game between the Maple Leafs and Majors only had 3 runs scored in it. What adds to the storyline of the game was the fact this game was played at Christi Pitts, a game that has seen games with double-digit home runs scored. Unfortunately, the Majors would be on the losing side of this 3-run contest falling 2-1 to the Leafs.
Owen Boon was dominant in this outing for the Majors as spun 7 innings of 4 hit, 2 run game while striking out 8 and walking 3. The 2 runs the Western grad did allow were a pair of solo home runs in the 4th inning. Fernando Fernadez continued his outstanding playoffs as he was able to keep the Majors close allowing no hits and striking out 1 in the 8th inning of work.
The Majors bats were able to get some hits but were not able to capitalize having 10 hits in the contest and multiple runners in scoring position but faced a strong duo in Castro and Hernandez of the Leafs. Gibson Krzeminski was DH in this game and was able to cross the plate in the 1st inning on a Robert Mullen double.
Game 5 of the series will take place on returns to the forks of the Forest City on Tuesday night. Tickets for that game are already on sale at www.londonmajors.com
The London Majors are a member of Canada’s top baseball league, the Intercounty Baseball League. In 2021 the London Majors won the IBL Jack & Lynn Dominico Trophy. The 100-year-old summer league is one of the oldest baseball leagues in the world, with the league established in 1919, drawing significantly more fans, in a friendly ballpark experience, than any league of its kind. For more information, visit www.londonmajors.com or follow the Majors on Facebook, Instagram, Tik-Tok, Youtube and Twitter at @Londonmajors.