Vancouver Pitching Stymies Aldergrove Bats; Domingo Leads the Charge in Game 1 Throwing a No-Hitter as Expos Sweep the DH

  Posted June 25, 2016

After having not played a game in 10 days, Vancouver was eager to get back at it knowing they were still in the thick of a provincial berth race. Today's double header featured two teams back to back in the standings, both teams looking to climb their way up in the standings. Domingo w...

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Deja Vu: Expos Fail to Solve Vancouver Community's Starter Twice, Drop Home and Home 3-1, 2-0; Drop Below Provincial Qualification Line With 5 Games Remaining

  Posted June 14, 2016

With a battle between two teams with strong pitching there was no surprise that this ball game ended in a brisk 1 hour 45 minutes. The Expos just could not solve Community's starter (Saul) who spotted his fastball well and just could not execute the offense with runners on to scra...

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Tale of Two Games: Expos and North Island Split Sunday's DH as Both Teams Trade Error-Fest Games

  Posted June 13, 2016

In game 1, everything that could have gone wrong for the Expos did go wrong agaist a North Island team coming off a sweep of Richmond on Saturday. It was 10 errors in the game, 5 errors in 1 inning but most notably 2 errors on one play that changed the entire course of the game and ruined a qua...

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Vancouver Only Musters 4 Hits as Expos Draw With Whalley Prep in Exhibition Play

  Posted June 11, 2016

Vancouver Minor got a visit from Whalley Prep, the first in-season exhibition game provided the opportunity for the Expos to pitch their secondary guys and give their top guys some rest heading into a critical stretch of league games. In the end, the Expos only recorded 4 hits and Antiporda provided...

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Hutchings Throws a Complete Game Gem, Baybay Leads the Offense; Expos Salvage Series Split With Tri City

  Posted June 08, 2016

The Vancouver Minor Expos were looking to exact revenge on a Tri City ball club that came out victorious against them by a score of 3-2 just over a week ago. The boys from East Van were disheartened by that loss and with all players now healthy they were looking to take it to the Indians with their ...

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Expos Back on Track With Sunday's Sweep of Kamloops; Scorching Sun Provides Difficulty For Both Teams in Game 2 of the Double Header

  Posted June 06, 2016

The Vancouver Minor Expos are back above the qualification line after a much needed double header sweep of the tired Kamloops River Dogs, 7-0 and 8-5. In the first game, the boys showed up to play, put up some runs late in the ball game and rode the back of Domingo who was absolutely stell...

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Expos Battle Through Adversity, Fail to Execute, Drop 3-2 Decision to Tri City

  Posted May 27, 2016

Despite a 5th place finish and banging out 35 hits in their last 2 games, the Expos were battling through adversity in the form of injuries. The game started with 9 healthy players at the conclusion of the game Vancouver was left with 6 healthy players. It was definitely a struggle, the boys ba...

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Expos Offense Comes Alive on Final Day of 2016 RCBA Queen Victoria Invitational; Expos Place 5th After 9-0 Win Over Tri City in the "B" Final

  Posted May 24, 2016

The Expos finally found their offense on the last day of the 2016 RCBA Queen Victoria Invitational. Vancouver Minor pounded out 35 hits in 2 games, defeating Burnaby in the "B" semifinal 14-4 in 5 innings then beating Tri City in the "B" final 9-0. The Expos place a respectable 5...

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2nd Inning Implosion Leads to Expos' Demise; Hometown Chuckers Earn Place In Semifinal With 8-2 Victory

  Posted May 22, 2016

The Expos came into this contest as huge underdogs against the heavy favourite and hometown Richmond Chuckers. In the end, a 2nd inning implosion which accounted for 6 of the 8 Chuckers' runs led to the Expos being outsed from any shot at the championship final....

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Expos Lose a Heartbreaker 2-1 to Top-Seeded Abbotsford; Low Scoring Affair Clinches Quarterfinal Berth

  Posted May 22, 2016

It was an ultimate pitcher's duel in this contest, Kim versus Hutchings, an ace-off everyone was anticipating. In the end, Abbotsford won the ballgame in the bottom of the 7th off a sacrifice fly....

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