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Terriers Shine At Rogers Centre
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Toronto, Ontario. The Toronto Blue Jays hosted the 2010 PBLO Allstar game at the Rogers Centre on Wednesday.

This years' game took on a new look, as draft eligible players from Ontario's top league faced Quebec's top prospects. There were five Terriers selected to represent the PBLO. Shortstop Brandon Dailey, left fielder Anthony Vacca, first baseman/pitcher Graham Tebbit, right handed pitcher Connor Smith and lefty Billy Ralston. Brandon Dailey was fresh off a ten day stint in Florida with Canada's JR National Team. With the bases loaded in the bottom of the third inning Brandon ignited the PBLO offense with a blast over the centerfielders head for a 3 RBI triple making the score 4-0. The PBLO had taken a 1-0 lead earlier in the inning on a run scored by Anthony Vacca who had singled. Connor Smith came on to pitch the fifth inning. With the PBLO leading 4-2, Connor was perfect, facing just three Quebec hitters. He forced two pop ups and a weak ground ball out. Graham Tebbit also pitched a shutout inning later on the day.
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