Xavier Tremblay made short work of Regina's Silver Screen Sportswear Tuesday night.
© Times-Herald photo by Matthew Gourlie
Xavier Tremblay from the Canadians pitches Tuesday at Memorial Field.
The Canadian pitcher kept Regina off balance in a 5-2 win for the home side at Memorial Field.
In the late game, the Giants posted an 8-1 mercy rule win over the NB Petro Hawks.
Canadians 5 Silver Screen 2
Tremblay had a two-hit shutout going into the seventh inning as he and the Canadians defence shutdown Silver Screen.
Dustin Thiel hit a two-run home run in the seventh for the visitors, but Tremblay recorded his 11th strike out of the game and finished off the complete-game win.
Ethan Woitas got the ball rolling for the Canadians offensively with a single and a stolen base in the third inning. He came around to score on a Dane Roy ground ball.
In the fourth Woitas hit a two-run single to drive in Sean Lougheed and Blake Dixon to give them a 3-0 lead.
In the sixth Brett Friesen hit a two-run double to drive in Dixon and Joel Jordison.
Woitas, Dixon and Friesen each had two hits for the Canadians.
Giants 8 Hawks 1
The Giants led 2-1 heading into the bottom of the fourth inning when they broke the game open with a two-out rally.
Tyler Kieferling, Rob Hillier and Nick Davis hit RBI singles to along with three walks and an error that helped spark the six-run rally.
The Giants finished the game with four hits, but used four errors, five walks and some smart base-running to capitalize on their chances.
Tim McKaig only allowed three hits in his four innings of work. Dale Garthus closed out the fifth to end the game.