Palm Springs, Calif. – All eight teams took the field for the penultimate day of the regular season at the California Winter League (CWL). On the auxiliary field, the British Columbia Bombers came from behind to defeat the Alberta Grizzly 7-4 while the Oregon Lumberjacks used two home runs in the fifth inning to take down MLB DC China 6-3. At Palm Springs Stadium, the Washington Blue Sox won their 11th consecutive game 7-1 over the Canada A’s. Then the Palm Springs Power handled the Palm Springs Chill 5-2.

Alberta Grizzly @ British Columbia Bombers

The Bombers (8-4-2) secured 12 hits to beat the Grizzly (6-8-1) 7-4 to clinch the number one overall seed in the International Division. Jordyn Smith ignited the British Columbia offense with a two-run double in the third and then clubbed his league leading fourth home run of the winter in the fourth to put an explanation point on the morning. Kenny Williams earned the win in relief for British Columbia. He tossed two innings and allowed just one earned run on three hits.

Washington Blue Sox @ Canada A’s

Roger Motley III went the distance in his start for the Blue Sox (11-2) in a 7-1 victory over the Canada A’s (3-10-1) to secure Washington’s 11th consecutive victory. January 26 is the last time the Blue Sox have lost a game. Five runs in the third inning was more than enough for the Blue Sox to cruise to another win at Palm Springs Stadium. Motley out-dueled Kelsie Whitmore clinching his league-leading fourth win on the mound. Motley allowed one earned run over his seven innings of work and recorded seven strikeouts. The CWL leading hitter and RBI leader Alejandro Lara knocked in three more runs in the Blue Sox’s win. Sam Rowan, Alex Ford and Kyosuke Akiba each had multi-hit days for Washington.

MLB DC China @ Oregon Lumberjacks

The Lumberjacks (9-5) tallied five runs courtesy of two home runs in the fifth to defeat MLB China (5-10) 6-3. China plated three runs in their half of the fifth to take a 3-1 lead. Yushin Ohta gave Oregon the lead with a three-run shot and Brandon Fields sealed the deal with a two-run homer of his own later in the inning. Kazuya Ohira pitched the win on the mound with three innings of work out of the bullpen and Shinichi Suzuki earned the save for Oregon.

Palm Spring Chill @ Palm Springs Power

The Power (5-8-1) scored four unanswered runs, including three in the fifth inning, to beat the Chill (7-7-1) 5-2. Kanjiro Kugimoto was credited with the win out of the bullpen in a game where no pitcher on either team threw more than two innings. The Power catcher, Brock Rudy made his presence felt offensively with two doubles and an RBI to ignite the offense. The Power stole five bases all from different players with Chase Vinson stealing his league leading tenth bag of the season.

Wednesday is the final day of the California Winter League regular season. All Coachella Valley residents receive $5 GA tickets as part of Locals’ Wednesday. The Oregon Lumberjacks start the day at Palm Spring Stadium against the Alberta Grizzly at 10 AM followed by the British Columbia Bombers and Palm Springs Chill at 12:30PM. 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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