Baker registers first West Coast save

BREMERTON, Wash. — Butte pitcher Bryon Baker picked up his first save of the West Coast League baseball season Saturday night as the Kitsap BlueJackets beat the Bellingham Bells 10-8.

Baker entered the game with one out in the ninth inning and bases loaded. He faced two batters, getting one to fly out to right field before recording a strikeout to end the game.

Baker, who will be a sophomore at MSU Billings this fall, has appeared in four games for the BlueJackets. He has pitched three and a third innings. He has struck out five and walked one while registering a 5.40 ERA.

At 5-3, the BlueJackets are tied with the Bells for second place, a half game behind the Cowlitz Black Bears in the West Division.

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  • James Conlan
    June 17, 2014, 11:07 am

    Our family thanks you very much for the articles on Butte Sports. Thank God you report on the local ones because the Montana Substandard and KXLF does nothing. Thanks again for your great work. Jim and Sara Conlan

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