Blue Jay hitters drew 23 free passes in nine innings of work, dropping both ends of a double header, 17-5 (5) and 14-4 (5) at Jack Brown Stadium.
Hi-Liner pitching walked seven batters and hit four in the opening game, and walked 10 and hit two in the second game, with the Blue Jays hitting just four times in the opener and five in the nightcap.
The Hi-Liner defense had issues as well, committing 11 errors in the two games. Valley City did earn eight hits on the day, with Jaden Keys finishing the second game 2-3.
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