Major Pee Wee Cards flex their muscles

The Hamilton Cardinals Major Pee Wees had their best offensive showing in Central Ontario Baseball Association play this season, beating the Mississauga Majors, 14-4.

Friday’s home win at Mahoney Park was the Cards’ third this season against 10 losses.

Hamilton starter Kole Bishop went three innings, giving up one unearned run on one hit and three walks while striking out three to get the win. Jordan Robinson made his first appearance on the mound this season and pitched the remaining three innings, giving up three runs – 2 earned – on four hits and one walk. He struck out batters to end the fourth and fifth innings.

Robinson was also strong in the field turning an unassisted double play in the first inning. The Cards turned a second double play in the sixth inning when David Candy caught a hard line drive at short and threw to Ben Zwolak at third to record the final Majors out of the game.

Offence came throughout the order with Michael Ssemanda and Robinson both getting two hits. Robinson also had three runs-batted-in. Matt Porkolab made his second start behind the plate and broke out of his hitting slump by going 3-for-4, including a triple to end the game, scoring a run and driving in three. Dawson McLaughlin had three RBI while Tyler Whalen had one ribbie and scored two runs while going 1-for-2. Jacob Underwood was 1-for-3, scored a run and had two RBIs.