Thursday, June 25, 2015

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Dudes of the Day
Pitcher  — Haylen Green (5 IP, 12 Ks, 3H, 1 BB)
Hitter — Julian Flores (4-6, 2 RBI, 1 BB)

Dallas Baptist
The Dallas Dodgers defeated DBAT Robertson 4-1 in Game 1 at DBU. Tyler Navarro started on the mound for DBAT going 4.2 innings and striking out six. His counterpart, Kole Ramage, went six innings and struck out seven on his way to thepitcher of the game. Dodgers’ Jimmy Glowenke was the player of the game after going 2-3 with a double and one RBI.

In Game 2 at DBU, the San Antonio Angels defeated the Texas Stix, 10-0. Maddux Solomon and Rishi Niak both went 1-2 with two RBI. Ty Reynolds shined the brightest for the Angels and was nominated for player of the game by going 2-3 with a triple and two RBI. On the mound, Cameron Jones went five strong innings and struck out nine on his way to the pitcher of the game.
Game 3 ended with the Twelve Maroon on top of the Oklahoma Fuel, 4-2. For the Fuel, DJ Calvert stood out by going 2-3 in the game. For Twelve Maroon, JT Penick hit a double and drove in two runs. Sam Ramirez went 2-3 with a double and two RBI and was named player of the game. And on the mound, Cole Garlin went 5.2 innings and struck out five batters. Garlin was tabbed as the pitcher of the game.
The San Antonio Angels kept the bats hot for Game 4 at DBU. They defeated Action Baseball White, 12-2. Ty Reynolds once again went 2-3, but this time with a double and two runs scored. Jordan Billups picked up player of the game by going 2-4 with a double, three RBI and one stolen base. Chandler Eaton was the pitcher of the game after striking out three and allowing one run on his way to a complete game victory.
In Game 5 at DBU, Action Baseball White bested the Top Tier Americans, 9-2. For Action, Koby Kelton went 1-2 with two walks and three runs. He also made a great diving catch in center field. Ryan Flores had a nice double with two RBI. For Top Tier, Brett Bagus went 2-3 with an RBI. Player of the game was Action’s Aiden Shepardson who went 2-3 with a triple, RBI, and one run scored. Pitcher of the game was Joe Deitz who went seven innings and struck out just as many (7) with two earned runs.

UTA
The Dallas Mustangs defeated the Amarillo Titans 9-1 in Game 1 at UTA. Nathan Hawkins went all seven innings and struck out seven batters. Hawkins only allowed one hit and one walk and was named pitcher of the game. For the Titans, Owen Carver went 1-2. For the Mustangs, Dillon Eatman and Quin Waterbury both went went 2-3 with two RBI. And Parker Bramlett went 3-4 with a double and two RBI. Bramlett named player of the game.
The NTXBC Dirtbags beat the Amarillo Titans 8-3 in Game 2 in Arlington. Julian Flores was perfect as a hitter going 4-4 with two RBI. Flores was the player of the gameMatthew Espinosa also chipped in with an RBI single and a run scored. And on the mound, Rusty Clower threw a complete game with five strikeouts. Clower only gave up two earned runs and walked one batter on his way to the pitcher of the game.
In Game 3 at UTA, Dallas Tigers Arias defeated the Texas Stix, 11-9. For the Tigers, Dawson Shelburn and Cameron Dobbspicked up co-players of the game. Shelburn had two doubles with two RBI. Dobbs reached base four times by collecting a hit and three walks. For the Stix, Clayton Kuhnen brought his bat to the park in Arlington. He went 3-4 with a double and one RBI.
It was a close one in Game 4 at UTA as DFW Twins Wimpee defeated the NTXBC Dirtbags, 3-2. Hunter Harp had a two-run double for the Dirtbags. But, DFW’s Blake Burns was the player of the game by going 2-3. On the mound, Devon Oliver went six outstanding innings striking out two. Oliver allowed two runs and didn’t give up any walks on his way to pitcher of the game.
In Game 5 at UTA, DBAT Matthews defeated the Airhogs 5-2. For DBAT, Dalton Davies went 2-3 with a double and Nick Dayton went 2-3 with a double and one RBI. Player of the game was Ty Sawka who went 2-2 with one RBI. On the mound,Kyle Flamm went two innings striking out one, giving up two hits, and no allowing a single run. Pitcher of the game was Zach Kindrach who went three innings and struck out three with two hits.

Weatherford
Dylan Caplinger hit a solo blast for the Oklahoma Fuel, but the team couldn’t get much going as the Fuel lost to PBF Sun Devils, 8-2, in Game 1 at Weatherford. Player of the game honors went to Sun Devils’ Andrew Holsey who went 2-2 with a walk and run scored. Andrew Sheridan also had a great game with two hits, a walk, and one run scored. And Garrett Gaylethrew two innings with three Ks on his way to pitcher of the game.
The Columbia Angels took one from Mizuno Baseball USA, 4-0, in Game 2 at Weatherford. Center fielder Ryan Bertelsmanmade a spectuclar play with a diving catch in the top of the 7th to help close out the game for the Angels. Bertelsman was named player of the game as he went 2-3 with a double, single, RBI, a run and the great web gem. Mikey Hoehner also had a nice day by going 2-3 with an RBI. Pitcher of the game was Matt Wilrodt who went five innings with five strikeouts. Wilrodt and Jack Dallas combined for the shutout.
 

 
Game 3 wasn’t shy of hits as the Texas Twelve defeated the Dallas Patriots Stout 10-6 at Weatherford. Parker Bates had a two-run double for the Twelve and Trevor Paradoski had a two-run single for the Patriots. But Michael Lawson had the best day as a hitter going 2-3 with two runs batted in on his way to player of the gamePitcher of the game was Sean Arnold who came in for two innings of relief work. Arnold shut down the scoring and collected multiple strikeouts.
Texas Twelve’s Bryan Sturges came through in the clutch with a walk-off RBI double to beat the Columbia Angels, 3-2, inGame 4 at Weatherford. By going 2-4 and adding a run in the rubber match, Sturges was nominated as player of the game. Not to go unnoticed before Sturges’ heroics was Sammy Blair‘s perfect squeeze bunt in the 5th inning. Blair’s great play helped tie the game at 2 before the eventual game-winner by Sturges. Pitcher of the game was Addison Moss who went five innings and struck out four batters.
A lot of hits were scattered throughout Game 5 at Weatherford between the Twelve Maroon and Texas Stix. The Maroon ended up victorious with a 4-1 win. Jordan Yeatts went six and two-thirds innings strong before Matt Shipman came in and got the game-ending ground out. Yeatts finished with one strike out and one run allowed on his way to pitcher of the game.Colton Starns was the player of the game as he stood out on a 2-4 night with one RBI and one run scored.

TCU
On the back of Bryce Verplank, the Dallas Mustangs defeated the Airhogs, 4-2, in Game 1 at TCU. Down 1-0 in the fourth, Verplank belted a two-run homer well over the left field fence. He was also the player of the game. For the Airhogs, Jarrett Madrid went 2-3 and Zach Smith went 1-3 with a double, stolen base, and a run scored. Caleb Freeman sat at 88 MPH through 5.2 innings and recorded six strikeouts. For the Mustangs, Ben Kiefer hit a double, scored a run, and was solid behind the plate — he caught two runners stealing. Pitcher of the game was Zack Eggers who went six innings, struck out seven and allowed one run.
Haylen Green was lights in Game 2 at TCU as the PBF Sun Devils defeated Mizuno Baseball USA, 7-1. Green was player and pitcher of the game as he went five scoreless innings with 12 strikeouts, three hits, and one walk. On offense for the Sun Devils, Hunter Edwards went 1-2 with a double and two RBI and Chase Kemp went 1-3 with two RBI and one run scored. And for Mizuno, Kellen Rogers went 1-2 with a walk and two stolen bases.


PBF Sun Devils LHP Haylen Green struck out eight through three innings on Thursday.

In Game 3 at TCU, the Dallas Patriots Stout beat the Dallas Tigers Arias, 4-1. For the Patriots, Zach Chastain went 2-3 with an RBI. Hunter Seay went 1-2 with one walk, one stolen base, and an RBI. But the player of the game was Braden Shewmakewho went 1-2 with a walk, stolen base, two runs scored, and one RBI. The pitcher of the game was Jonathan Heasley who went 5.2 innings with six strikeouts and no earned runs.

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