Saturday, July 4, 2015

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Dudes of the Day
Pitcher  — Doug Palmer: 7IP, 13K, 4H, 0BB, 0ER
Hitter — Liam McEntee: 3-4, 3 HR, 5 RBI
Player — Zach Deloach: 4IP, 7K | 1-3 game-winng GS HR

The Gabe
Game 1 at The Gabe was all Nathan Owles as the the Texas Stix defeated the Texas Oilers, 3-0. Owles delivered both on the mound and at the plate as the crafty lefty threw seven innings, struck out eight batters, and gave up no walks. On offense, Owles hit from the lead-off spot and went 2-3 with one run scored. Needless to say, Owles was named player of the game.

In Game 2 at The Gabe, Dallas Tigers Woods beat D-BAT Matthews, 5-2, on the back of starting pitcher Zach Deloach. On the mound, Deloach threw four innings and struck out seven. At the plate, Deloach delivered with a grand slam off the right-field scoreboard in the fifth inning which eventually helped win the game. Deloach was named player of the game. Before the blast, D-BAT’s Justin Slaten threw four no-hit innings and gave up no runs. Slaten was named pitcher of the game.
 

 
D-BAT Matthews defeated the Airhogs, 9-4, in Game 3 at The Gabe. Dalton Davies went 1-3 with a three-run home run and was named hitter of the gameRyan Van Leeuwan threw four innings and struck out five. He allowed one hit and was named pitcher of the game.
DFW Twins Wimpee defeated D-BAT Wilson, 7-6, in Game 4 at The Gabe. On the mound, McKinley Moore threw four innings and struck out four. Moore allowed no runs and was named pitcher of the gameWill Sutherland went 2-4 with two RBIs.Michael Burgess went 1-2 with two walks and two runs scored. Both Sutherland and Burgess were named hitters of the game.

Field 7
DFW Twins Wimpee blanked the Texas Raiders, 10-0, in Game 1 at Field 7. Joe Fragano had a pinch-hit three-run home run for the Twins. Michael Burgess went 2-3 with one RBI, two runs, and one stolen base on his way to hitter of the gameJoey Cherry pitched a complete game shutout. Cherry struck out six and only gave up three hits on his way to pitcher of the game.
The Palmer brothers did work in Game 2 at Field 7 as the Texas Raiders defeated D-BAT Wilson, 2-0. On the mound, Doug Palmer threw a complete game shutout (seven innings) with 13 strikeouts on his way to pitcher of the gameHitter of the game was his brother, Dylan Palmer, who went 2-3 with one double and both two runs scored. Another hitter to note wasGreyson McCown who went 1-2 with an RBI sac fly.

The Fort Worth Cats 16U Black defeated the Texas Stix, 7-1, in Game 3 at Field 7. Beau Staton went 1-2 with two RBIs, one walk, and one run scored. Calib Guynes went 1-3 with one walk and two runs scored. Hunter Gieser went 1-2 with one triple, two RBIs, and two runs scored. Geiser was nominated as hitter of the game. And on the mound, Christian Cagigalpitched a complete game and struck out four on his way to pitcher of the game.
Game 4 at Field 7 between Arlington Heat Navy and Fort Worth Cats 16U Black ended in a 5-5 tie. Zach McJilton went 2-2 with one walk, two stolen bases, and two runs. Cayde Ward went 2-3 with four RBIs and was named hitter of the game. Ward also caught a guy stealing in the game. Trevor Brossette pitched four innings and struck out four. Brossette allowed no runs and was named pitcher of the game.

Field 8
Liam McEntee hit two home runs in Storm Baseball‘s 10-2 win over Academy Select Sun Devils Lytle at Field 8. McEntee had a solo shot and a two-run homer to give him three RBIs and hitter of the gameJosh Meers threw four innings and struck out five. Meers was named pitcher of the game. And in the field, Alex Albright made a diving web gem play for the Storm in the fourth inning.
Academy Select Sun Devils Lytle split on the day after beating the Amarillo Titans, 5-3, in Game 2 at Field 8. Brandon Schleder went 1-3 with one double and one run on his way to hitter of the gameWyatt Marr threw six innings and struck out eight batters. Marr gave up three earned runs and got the victory on his way to pitcher of the game.

D-BAT Vega held off the Texas Stix, 4-0, in Game 3 at Field 8. Player of the game was Evan Alexander who went 2-3 with one home run and two RBIs. Pitcher of the game was Matt Lowery who threw six innings and struck out five with no earned runs. Lowery also went 2-3 with an RBI double at the plate.
In Game 4 at Field 8, D-BAT Vega fell to the Amarillo Titans, 4-1. Blake Perdue went 2-3 with one RBI and one run scored on his way to hitter of the gameRyne Williams threw six innings and struck out four. Williams gave up three hits and one earned run on his way to pitcher of the game.

Field 9
C2 Baseball Medlock defeated the Oklahoma Fuel, 6-2, in Game 1 at Field 9. LHP Jacob Steinman threw a complete game and struck out eight batters with one walk. Steinman was named pitcher of the game. At the plate, Nick Tamez went 3-4 with one run and was named hitter of the game.

NTX Bandito’s defeated the Oklahoma Fuel, 4-3, in Game 2 at Field 9. Phillip Sikes hit a home run in the third to give the Bandito’s a 2-1 lead and they never looked back. Alex Garcia went 2-3 with a home run and two RBIs. Garcia also had a stolen base and one run on his way to player of the game.
Arlington Heat Navy beat C2 Baseball Medlock, 9-2, in Game 3 at Field 9. Chris Gay went 2-2 with three RBIs and one double. Spencer Sackett also went 2-2 with one double, one walk, and three runs scored. Both Gay and Sackett were namedhitters of the game. On the mound, Drew Fulks threw 5.1 innings and struck out four batters. Fulks gave up one walk and two runs on his way to pitcher of the game.
Storm Baseball beat the Texas Stix, 8-1, in Game 4 at Field 9. Hitter of the game was Liam McEntee who went 1-2 with a two-run moonshot to left field. On the mound, Joey Marinello pitched with conviction. Marinello went five innings and struck out seven. He allowed two hits and walked one on his way to pitcher of the game.

Field 10
D-BAT Dean beat the San Antonio Angels, 13-4, in Game 1 at Field 10. Colton Obertheir went 2-5 with one double and one two-run home run. Marc Schwartz went 3-4 with a grand slam and was named hitter of the game. On the mound, William Gilbert threw four innings and struck out just as many (4). Gilbert allowed two runs and was named pitcher of the game.
In Game 2 at Field 10, Dallas Tigers Bankston knocked off the San Antonio Angels, 7-1. Austin Sanford threw five innings and gave up no runs. Sanford also struck out six and was named pitcher of the gameChas Pederson went 2-3 with one run and one RBI. Pederson was named hitter of the game.
In Game 3 at Field 10, D-BAT Dean beat Dallas Tigers Bankston, 7-1. The bright spot for the Tigers was catcher Cole Solomonwho caught three runners stealing. For D-BAT, Blake Lazarine had a nice pinch-hit solo home run. Erik Owen went 1-2 with one double, two RBIs, three walks, and three runs scored. Corbin Hernandez went 2-3 with three RBIs and one stolen base. Both Owen and Hernandez were named hitters of the game. On the mound, Cagan Balderee was dominant. Balderee threw five innings and struck out four. He allowed one hit with no earned runs and was named pitcher of the game.
LHP Max Martinez went the distance for the Airhogs in their 2-1 victory over the Texas Oilers in Game 4 at Field 10. It took 86 pitches for Martinez to go seven innings and strike out six batters. Martinez gave up four hits, one unearned run, and went 1-3 at the plate on his way to player of the game. Airhogs’ Cam Vega had a solid game at catcher. Vega threw out a runner in the seventh to end the game and secure the victory.
 

 

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