CORVALLIS, Ore. — The consensus is that wood-bat leagues — like the West Coast League — tend to favor the pitcher.
That was on display on Saturday, when the Wenatchee AppleSox lost to the Corvallis Knights 2-1.
Ian Buckles and Colton Loomis didn’t give up an earned run and held the home team to just three hits, but still lost.
“It’s just a shame to waste such a good pitching performance,” Sox head coach Ed Knaggs said. “I feel bad…