The London Majors beat the Guelph Royals 8-7 Friday night to move into second place in the Intercounty Baseball League.
London Majors are now 15-9 on the season after Thursday’s loss.
London Majors downed the Toronto Maple Leafs 9-3.
London Majors split a double-header with Hamilton 10-3, 11-10.
The Majors beat the Burlington Bandits 4-2 to earn their sixth win in a row Saturday.
The London Knights have signed two players to contracts in an effort to get back to the Memorial Cup next year.
London has once again won the right to host the NHL Rookie Tournament with tickets on sale Saturday.
London Lightning coach Micheal Ray Richardson won’t return as coach next season.
NHL action returns to London for the tenth time this fall.
The Windsor Clippers, coming off an 8-5 win over the Wallaceburg Red Devils last Saturday, play devils of another colour tonight.