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Bulldogs hammer Burns

By Gerry Steele

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Baker tuned up for today’s Greater Oregon League baseball doubleheader against Ontario by dismantling Burns 16-2 in a nonleague game at Burns Wednesday.

A trio of Baker players finished with three RBIs each while improving Baker’s season record to 4-2. Kody Younger, Mason Cline and Micah Mespelt each drove in three runs.

Younger had a two-run double, and Mespelt a two-run single in a 5-run Baker first inning against the Hilanders.

Keaton Bachman added an RBI single.

Baker increased its lead to 8-0 in the third. Younger plated one run with a fielder’s choice, Bachman a second with a sacrifice fly, and Dan Stinson a third with a single.

The Bulldogs then exploded for eight runs in the fourth inning.

The big blow was a three-run home run by Cline. Darren Dolby added a two-run single, Mespelt an RBI single, Caleb Custer an RBI single, and Stinson a run-scoring fielder’s choice.

Chace Dixon threw the first four innings for the win. Dixon allowed four hits. Dillon Blankenship pitched the fifth inning, allowing one hit.

Baker hosts Ontario in a GOL twinbill this afternoon beginning at 3 p.m. at the Baker Sports Complex.

Baker              5   0   3   8   0 — 16

Burns              0   0   0   1   1 —   2

     Dixon, Blankenship (5) and Mespelt. WP — Dixon.

      Baker hits — Dolby, Cline 2, Younger 3, Bachman 2, Custer 2, Mespelt 2, Stinson. Baker RBI — Dolby 2, Cline 3, Younger 3, Bachman 2, Custer, Mespelt 3, Stinson 2.

      2B — Younger. HR — Cline.

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