The Yorkton Cardinals jumped out to an early lead tonight, but could not hold Regina in check.
The Cardinals started the Western Canadian Baseball League game at Jubilee Park with a run in the first, then added four in second to take a 5-0 lead.
But the Red Sox pitching would hold the Cardinal bats in check the rest of the way, while the Sox bats feasted.
Regina took the lead in the third inning scoring six runs, then added seven in the fifth, one in the sixth, another in the eighth, and three more in the ninth for an 18-3 win.
It was the Red Sox 22nd win of the season, compared to the Cardinals 28th loss.
Baylor Gianinni was the winning pitcher for the Red Sox. He was the second Regina pitcher into the game, tossing two innings of relief, and allowing only one hit, and no runs.
Trenton Lee took the loss for Yorkton. He started and went five inning, allowing 11 hits, and 13 runs, nine of those earned.
The Cardinals are back in action tomorrow, (Friday), hosting Moose Jaw in a doubleheader, with game one at 4:35 and game two scheduled for 7:05.