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Dallin Harrison WCL Pitcher of the Week!


Tosses First Complete Game Shutout in Hawks History

The West Coast League has named Edmonton Riverhawk Dallin Harrison as the WCL Pitcher of the Week! The news comes a day after the 18-year-old put on a paws-itively dazzling display on the team's Hawks & Hounds game, presented by Homes Alive Pets.

The starter stifled the Cowlitz Black Bears Sunday afternoon, finishing the first complete game shutout in Riverhawks' history. The bats were alive to support him, as Edmonton cruised to a 6-0 win in front of more than five thousand fans and three hundred dogs!

It was the first time in his career that the six footer went the distance, ending the game on 105 pitches. The right hander limited the Bears to just three hits and fanned eight batters.

It was Dallin’s fourth start in a row going at least six innings and his first scoreless start of the season. The native of Gilbert, Arizona, who has signed on with the University of San Diego, retired 15 Bears in a row from the 4th through the 9th and didn’t walk a single hitter he faced.

Dallin is the second Riverhawk to be recognized by the West Coast League this year. Earlier in the season, Jonny McGill captured Player of the Week honours.

The team now heads out on a road trip to Washington with stops in Port Angeles and Wenatchee before returning home. August 1st marks the start of the last home stand of the season! Watch for more details on the fun ahead.

For now, we salute the pitching performance of Dallin Harrison and the strong play of the supporting cast on the diamond.