Palm Springs, Calif. – All eight teams kicked it back into gear after a day off at the California Winter League (CWL). On the auxiliary field, MLB DC China shutout the Palm Springs Power 5-0 before the Palm Springs Chill stunned the Alberta Grizzly with a 10-6 comeback victory. At Palm Springs Stadium, the Washington Blue Sox extended their win streak to 10 games with a wild walk-off. Then the British Columbia Bombers combined great pitching with some pop at the plate in a 6-1 win over the Canada A’s.

MLB DC China @ Palm Springs Power

A pair of MLB China (5-9) pitchers turned the lights out early on the Power (4-8-1). Xin He and Ziqiang Lin combined for seven shutout innings in which they allowed just four hits and struck out nine batters. Enwei Wan padded the existing lead with a two-run single in the seventh, which was more than enough as MLB China wrapped up a 5-0 shutout of the Power.

Oregon Lumberjacks @ Washington Blue Sox

In one of the longest and wildest games of the season, the leaders of the American Division fought back and forth. The Blue Sox (10-2) hopped on top first with two runs in the third, but the Lumberjacks (8-5) responded. After a run in the fifth, Ryuya Enomoto tied the game at two with a double in the sixth. Later that inning, Brandon Fields rolled a single into center field that brought home two teammates and put Oregon up 4-2. That lead didn’t last long. In the bottom of the sixth, pinch-hitter Alejandro Lara roped an RBI double to left before Bryson Gandy tied the game with a sacrifice fly. A frantic final frame then saw the Lumberjacks leave the bases loaded in the top half as Jeffrey Morton escaped a major jam on the mound. That set the stage for Diante Jackson, who got hit to lead off the bottom of the seventh. Jackson then stole second and eventually scampered home on consecutive wild pitches to walk-it-off for the Blue Sox, giving them their 10th consecutive victory.

Palm Springs Chill @ Alberta Grizzly

Momentum reversed quickly in an offensive battle between the Chill (7-6-1) and Grizzly (6-7-1). Adam Green drove in a pair with a single in the first and Gavin Stupienski homered in the second to make it 4-0 Grizzly. Travious Ford earned one back with a homer in the third, his third of the season, but Alberta stole the run right back and took a 5-1 advantage going into the fifth. Suddenly, the Chill erupted for nine runs on 10 hits across the fifth and the sixth. That gave them a cushion they held onto in their 10-6 comeback win.

Canada A’s @ British Columbia Bombers

It didn’t take long for Bombers (7-4-2) starter Trey Jones to show a good day was on the way for the black and gold. His first six outs came via the strike out, and Jones ended up striking out ten A’s (3-9-1) in five innings. At the plate, Jordyn Smith blasted his third home run–a solo shot–to left field. Jonathan Hall-Thompson and Garrett Gonzales drove in runs with a single and double respectively, leading British Columbia to a 6-1 win over their Canadian rivals.

The California Winter League goes into its penultimate day of regular season action on Tuesday. The Washington Blue Sox look to make it 11 wins in a row against the Canada A’s at 10 AM. Then the Battle for Palm Springs renews at 12:30 PM when the Chill and Power square off. Tuesday is “Two for Tuesdays” at Palm Springs Stadium with two tickets for the price of one. For more information on promotions and scheduling for the California Winter League visit

The California Winter League is the longest running professional showcase league of its kind. Since its inaugural season in 2010, the CWL has seen over 850 of its players sign professional contracts. Each year, it is the premier destination for free agent baseball players who are looking to be scouted and signed.

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