The game was called after four innings because of the 10-run mercy rule.
"We knew we wanted to win the game [Wednesday] so we wouldn't have to worry about having to come back in Thursday," Burbank Manager Thomas Magoon said. "Not having to play on Thursday gives us another day to rest and practice, and it's especially good for our pitchers."
The Burbank pitchers Carter Kessinger, who started, and Blaine Traxel, limited Tujunga to just two hits, with just one of those getting out of the infield. Kessinger went 2 1/3 innings, striking out five, walking one and surrendering the two hits. Traxel went 1 2/3 innings, striking out four of the five batters he faced.
The same success couldn't be attributed to a trio of Tujunga pitchers, who all had trouble finding the strike zone.
Burbank took advantage of its opponent's pitching woes, scoring its eight first-inning runs on just one hit and making Tujunga pay for eight walks.
"In that first inning their pitcher was having problems, so we told the guys to just be patient at the plate," Magoon said. " But our plan all along as to jump on them early, and try and score some early runs. It was nice to get all of those runs early in the game.
The Tujunga starter walked eight of Burbank's first nine batters. Traxel had the only hit — a double — sandwiched among the free passes, as he knocked in Max Meltzer who had opened the game with a walk. Chris Magoon, Nick McDonald, Jessie Rodriguez and Leo Carranza also walked to force in runs in the first.
When Carranza, the No. 9 hitter, walked, Burbank had an 8-0 lead and Tujunga had yet to record an out.
Tujunga finally ended the onslaught when it recorded a fly-out and its third baseman pulled off a nifty unassisted double play.
Burbank sent 12 batted to the plate in the first inning.