57’s busy at home
The Swift Current Bantam 57’s emerged from a grueling a six-game Regina Bantam AAA Baseball League home stand with four wins over the weekend.
They played under the lights at Mitchell Field on Friday and defeated the White Butte Broncos 3-0 and 13-2.
They hosted the Weyburn Beavers on Saturday and lost 11-3 and 22-10 as every player on the roster had pitched by the end of the day. The 57’s rebounded Sunday to earn 3-1 and 13-1 wins over the visiting Regina Buffalos to improve to 10-5 in league play this season.
The Bantam 57’s are back at home this weekend for games against the Buffalos and the Pacers.
The Mosquito 57’s won once during a four-game Regina Mosquito AAA Baseball League home stand.
They hosted the Regina White Sox on Saturday and lost the opener 5-2. They rebounded with an 11-1 win in game two when Makstr Mcintyre earned the complete game victory.
The 57’s also hosted White Butte on Sunday, losing 11-5 and 10-7.
The Swift Current Midget 57’s lost 5-1 to the visiting Regina White Sox Wednesday to remain winless in the Saskatchewan Premier Midget AAA Baseball League.
The 57’s were held to four hits as they dropped to 0-6-1 on the season. Logan Fritzke led the team with a pair of singles to improve his average to .429 on the campaign. He scored the only run in the seventh inning after singling, advancing on a wild pitch, and then scoring on an error.
The 57’s were on the road Saturday to visit the Saskatoon Giants (4-5) for two league games. They lost the opener 12-1 when they were held to three hits. Brock Wall scored the only run when he singled, stole second, and came around to score on an Ethan Warketin single and an error. Nathan Mcinnis also singled twice for the visitors.
Their offensive woes continued in a 6-1 loss when they were limited to four base hits. Mcinnis scored the only run when he walked and took advantage of errors and a Warkentin fielder’s choice.
The 57’s will visit the Southeast Twins for two games on Saturday and the Saskatoon Cubs on Sunday.
Swift Current Bantam 57’s first baseman Mac Gross made a timely diving play Saturday on a sharply hit ground ball during a six-game weekend.