Seabrooke, Quantrill And Dawe Hold Off Japan, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Seabrooke, Quantrill And Dawe Hold Off Japan
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, August 30, 2012
Canada's Junior National Team opened the World Championship in Seoul Korea with a thrilling 6-5 walk off victory over Japan. Japan lead 5-3 in the seventh and were threatening for more when lefty Travis Seabrooke was called upon to snuff the rally and keep Canada close. Cal Quantrill came on to pitch a scoreless eighth, followed by Dayton Dawe who tossed a scoreless ninth to set the stage for th

e comeback win. Canada tied the game with a dramatic two out homer in the bottom of the ninth by Victoria BC's Jesse Hodges, and then went on to win it in the tenth. For complete details go to www.baseball.ca
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