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BASEBALL TEAM TO CLOSE OUT REGULAR SEASON THIS WEEKEND AT HOME

ETOBICOKE, ON: The first-place Humber Hawks men's baseball team, who play on back-to-back days this weekend at Connorvale Park, will open this slate of four games in less than twenty-four hours on Friday night against the George Brown Huskies. They will close out the regular season with two afternoon games on Saturday afternoon against the Seneca Sting.

THE MATCH UP

Humber "Hawks" vs George Brown "Huskies"
13-3, 1st Place          2-12, 6th Place

Friday, October 5/18
5:00 pm & 7:30 pm
Connorvale Park – Etobicoke

LAST TIME OUT VS GEORGE BROWN

On the back end of doubleheader action last Wednesday at Christie Pits, it was the Hawks who completely dominated the game on both the offensive and defensive end of things on their way to sweeping the night. Humber scored all 15 runs in the first two innings of a five-inning mercy shortened game. On his way to his third win of the season, David Sigmund pitched the Hawks third no-hitter in history. Justin Marra had four hits and two runs batted in.

SCOUTING GEORGE BROWN

  • The Huskies bounced back against the second place team in the league on Sunday afternoon, narrowly dropping two one-run games to the defending champion St. Clair Saints
  • With the two losses and a win by Seneca over Fanshawe, the Huskies dropped to the bottom of the league. Seneca and George Brown each have two wins, but the Huskies have dropped 12
  • On Saturday, the Huskies and Seneca will play two games which may determine who places above the bottom of the standings at years end

Batting Leaders

  • Batting Average: Robin Fox-Pappas (.458)
  • Hits: Anthony Buonaiuto (15)
  • RBI's: Robin Fox-Pappas (10)
  • Home Runs: Robin Fox-Pappas (1)
  • Stolen Bases: Robin Fox-Pappas,  Anthony Buonaiuto (3)

Pitching Leaders

  • Wins: John Luke Lamanna (2)
  • Saves: none
  • ERA: John Luke Lamanna (5.10)
  • Strikeouts: John Luke Lamanna (17)

 HAWK NOTES

  • Should the Hawks win at least three of their last four games, they will claim the league regular season title, something that the St. Clair Saints have owned since the league's inception
  • Humber holds the league's best current consecutive win streak, at seven
  • They sit three runs behind St. Clair for the most scored this season, but are one run better in the defensive column

Batting Leaders

Pitching Leaders

 WATCH LIVE

The games all weekend long will be presented by the Hawks Sports Network – HSN:

https://portal.stretchinternet.com/humber/

 LIVE STATS

You can also follow the live stats of the game:

http://humberhawks.ca/sports/bsb/2018-19/boxscores/20180922_u6x9.xml