Feb 2/23
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2013 Tri City INDIANS
Bantam AAA



Poco/Coquitlam/Port Moody

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Posted Jan 13/14 - Phoenix Trip

The Indians are planning to attend the Triple Crown Invitational Tournament in Phoenix Arizona from March 20-23, 2014 and play some great baseball and visit some MLB Spring Training games. We have a few openings for players born in 2000 or after May 1st 1999. Any interested players can contact Randy Downes at

Posted Jul 27/13 - July 26th

The Indians took on the Abbotsford Angels at Bird Pk Friday in what was to be the final league game of the season with 4th place {and a better draw in the Provincials} at stake. With Jordan tossing well early and providing the offence as well, we jumped out to a 5-1 lead after 4 and looked well on our way to a victory. However Jacob Doyle was unable to hold the lead in relief of Jordan and the Angels potted 3 runs in the 6th inning and another 4 in the 7th to go up 8-5 heading to the bottom of 7. The Indians mounted a rally when Jordan hit his 2nd HR and Matt drove in Aaron with a triple to cut the lead to 8-7. We had a chance to squeeze in the tying run but were unable to do so and lost a tough 8-7 battle to close out the season at 26-13 and in 5th place.

We now await the Provincial schedule, where we will now need to step up our game to compete in the pool with the top 5 teams in BC Minor's new format released just 2 weeks ago.

Posted Jul 27/13 - July 23rd

The Indians returned home from a successful Okanagan trip to take on the high flying Cloverdale Spurs. Jacob Doyle got the start but had to leave with illness after 2 innings giving way to Alan for an inning and then Coleton. Spurs Markus Gregson hit his first of 2 HR's off Doyle in the 1st inning to stake the visitors to a 2-0 lead. Cloverdale added a run in the 4th and 2 in the 5th off Coleton and then picked up 2 more off Max in the top of 7 to take a 10-0 lead. The Indians managed to put up 3 in the bottom of the 7th when Coleton and Matt picked up RBI singles.  The final score was 10-3 for Cloverdale setting up game no 39 of the season vs. the Abbotsford Angels--a game that will decide 4th place and provide a more favourable draw in the Provincial schedule due to be released at some point soon so teams can make their travel plans.

Posted Jul 26/13 - July 21st

The Indians arrived in Kelowna for the single game Sunday, hoping for a weekend sweep and once again were fortunate to avoid the top pitchers the A's threw at us at Bird field earlier this month. We jumped out early with a run in the 1st and then broke the game open with a 6 spot in the 3rd, highlighted by a 2B from Max and singles from Kyle, Beau, Aaron, Matt, and Riley to put us up 7-0 after 3 innings. We would get 3 more runs in the 5th and were cruising behind a good performance from SP Alan. The hometown A's however were able to pick up a single run in the bottom of the 5th to keep the game alive and then 3 more in the 6th off Riley, who had relieved Alan. Riley had to leave with an injury, so Max came in but the A's bats stayed hot.  They picked up 2 more in the bottom of the 7th, to close the gap to 10-6 with the bases juiced before Jacob Doyle came to get the final out in a 10-6 victory which gave the Indians the much needed sweep. Next up is the show-down vs the Abbotsford A's to decide 4th place in the final standings, although with the newly revised provincial format the result likely means very little at the end of the day. It appears if we lose Friday we will play at 10am in game 1 but if we win we will play at 1pm.

Posted Jul 26/13 - July 20th Double Header in Kamloops

The Indians took their show on the road to the Okanagan with the hopes of turning their fortunes around after a tough stretch recently. First up on Saturday they took on an undermanned Kamloops Riverdogs team who were shorthanded for the weekend minus ace Jeff Coulter and others. With Jordan on the hill for the Indians, we hoped to get off to a good start but it wasn't to be as Zac Austin gave the home team a 3-0 lead with a 3 run bomb in the bottom of the 1st. Tri-City got 2 back in the 2nd on consecutive singles from Aaron, Coleton, and Beau. Then in the 3rd, the Indians picked up 3 runs highlighted by a 2 run double from Aaron. Indians led 5-3 before Kamloops picked up a run in the bottom of the 4th to close the gap to 5-4. However the home team then picked up a 3 spot in the bottom of 5 to go up 7-5 before Jordan hit a 3 run bomb of his own to put the Indians up 8-7 after 6. Tri-City added a couple of insurance runs in the top of 7 when Coleton and Beau led the inning off with BB's and Riley laid down a perfect sac bunt before Jordan and Kyle picked up the RBI's. Kyle then came in to relieve Jordan and picked up the save with a 1-2-3 7th inning.

The 2nd game would prove to be much easier as Kyle, Coleton, and Max would share the pitching duties and the offence was led by an amazing 4-HR performance from Jordan. Matt Clay and Jacob Doyle also homered and Matt scored 3 runs to boot. Kyle picked up 3 hits and Alan had 2 in the mercy shortened 18-8 win. Off to Kelowna.


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