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Team USA And Japan Rained Out

Team USA And Japan Rained Out

Team USA was all set to play their first game in the World Cup/Pan Am tournament on Sunday evening.  However, rain in Panama City washed out the game.  No date has been set yet for the make-up game, though  Wednesday October 5th is a scheduled day off for the tournament.  Former Pirate Todd Redmond was scheduled to be the starter for tonight's game, and SS Jordy Mercer was also in the line-up.

 

In other Tournament Games:

Canada  9, Puerto Rico  1

Team Canada started their tournament play with 3 runs in the top of the 1st inning.  With one out, a double, a walk to Jamie Romak, and another walk loaded the bases with Canadians.  A single up the middle complicated by a fielding error in center field allowed the first two runs to score (including Romak), and an  RBI ground out made it 3-0.  A solo home run in the 4th inning gave Canada a 4-0 lead, and they added a 2-run homer in the 6th.  Three more runs scored in the 7th inning, after Canada loaded the bases on two single...

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