|Posted Jul 21/13 - Brewers vs. A's on July 20th|
|The Brewers played the A's in the last regular season game. It was a close game the entire way. However, both Grady Sas and Glen Jamison of the Brewers had key extra-base hits in the 6th inning, which solidified the 6-5 win for the Brewers.
The Brewers ended the season in the 2nd place seed with a total record of 14-6.
|Posted Jul 14/13 - Double Header on July 13th|
|The Brewers lost their first game of the day by a score of 5-4 against the Squamish Cannons. It was a hard fought ball game that required extra innings. With the game knotted up at 4 runs a piece Squamish scored in the bottom of the 10th inning to end the game.
The second game for the Brewers was against the A's. Ryan Connolly had a remarkable pitching performance as he had a no-hitter going through 6 and a third innings. The Brewers offence was led by Dylan Brohmley who went 2-4 with 2 RBI's and 2 stolen bases. The Brewers won the game by a final score of 3-1.
|Posted Jul 9/13 - Recap of the Mid-Season Tournament|
The Brewers cruised by the Reds
in game 1 of the Mid-Season Tournament by a margin of 13-2. Devon Geary picked
up the win as he pitched a complete game. The Brewers continued to swing hot
bats in their second game of the tournament against the Victoria Royals.
Triples by both Matt Wenham and Grady Sas led the Brewers to a 12-5 victory.
The Brewers went undefeated in the preliminary round, which allowed them to
advance to the Semi Finals.
In the Semi Finals the Brewers
faced off in a close game against the Vernon D-Backs. Drew Hall entered the
game as a relief pitcher in the 5th inning and shutdown the D-Backs
bats for the remainder of the game, which resulted in a 9-5 win for the Brewers.
The tournament final was set:
North Shore Brewers vs. Squamish Cannons. Dave Pasquali had a strong pitching
performance for the Brewers by allowing only 4 runs in a complete game.
However, The Cannons edged the Brewers by a final score of 4-3. The Brewers
took home the 2nd place prize for the tournament.
|Posted Jun 27/13 - A's vs. Brewers on June 26th|
|Ryan Connolly pitched well in his first outing of the season. The A's led for most of the game, but the Brewers managed to tie it up in the bottom of the 7th inning and eventually win the game in the 8th inning. Brett Lunner had a critical outfield assist that ended the A's 3rd inning rally. The Brewers won by a final score of 4-3.
|Posted Jun 14/13 - Brewers rally against the Reds on June 13th|
|The Brewers bats were working on this night as they put up the highest run total in a game this season. The lineup was hitting from beginning to end as Raji Dhaliwal batted out of the 9 spot and went 3-3 with 4 RBI's. The Brewers won by a score of 19-7.
|Posted Jun 9/13 - Double Header against the Squamish Cannons on June 8th|
|The Brewers lost the first game by a score of 3-0. Mike Parkin pitched a great game for the Brewers. Unfortunately he was given no run support for his efforts.
The Brewers bounced back and got the bats working in the second game. Dave Pasquali pitched a gem and Matt Wenham led the Brewers offence with a homerun in the 4th inning to give the Brewers a 5-3 victory.
|Posted Jun 2/13 - Double Header on June 1st|
|The Brewers faced off against the Reds in their first game of the day. Scott Thitchener hit timely base hits in both the 1st and 3rd inning, which were the beginning of a couple of large rallies for the Brewers. The Brewers won this game by a score of 13-2.
The second game of the double header was against the Squamish Cannons and extra innings were needed. The Cannons tied the game up at 1 run a piece in the 6th inning and it remained that way until the bottom of the 10th inning where Jacob Geary of the Brewers scored to earn the 2-1 walk off win. The Brewers ended this marathon day of baseball by heading to Narrows Public House for some post-game beers.
|Posted May 3/13 - First Game of the Season|
|The new look Brewers started the season with an exhibition game against the Pirates. The Brewers pitching staff stole the show as Mike Parkin, Adam Wilkes, and Dave Pasquali combined for 14 strikeouts. The Brewers lineup was also stringing together timely hits, which resulted in a 9-3 win for the Brewers.