Dudes of the Day
Pitcher — Anthony Suarez: 7IP, 6K, 2H, 1 ER
In Game 1 at DBU, the Arlington A’s pounded Mizuno Baseball USA, 16-3. Shea Langeliers was 2-3 with a two-run double in the third and finished with three RBI. Mark Shreiner was 3-3 and added four RBI. Jackson Glenn took home player of the game honors as he went 2-3 with a triple, double, and two RBI. Pitcher of the game was DBU commit Jacob Webb who completed five innings of work on the mound and struck out five.
Hunter Edwards and the PBF Sun Devils shut out the Texas Stix, 6-0, in Game 2 at DBU. Edwards sat at 86-88 MPH and waspitcher of the game by going six innings and allowing no runs. On offense, Micheal Mott went 2-3 with a double and one RBI. And Chase Kemp went 2-3 with two doubles and three RBI. Kemp was named player of the game.
In Game 3 at DBU, the Columbia Angels defeated Dallas Tigers Arias, 7-6. Early errors in the second inning accounted for three runs. Cameron Dobbs further helped the Tigers get to a 6-1 lead with his three-run triple. But, the Angels had a big fourth inning as they eventually came back to win 7-6. Player of the game was Zack Sweet who had a double and one RBI.Pitcher of the game was David Burts who went four innings, struck out three, and gave up zero earned runs.
In Game 4 at DBU, the Texas Twelve knocked off the West Texas ABA, 9-2. In his second game of the day, Twelve’s Sammy Blair went 3-3 with a walk and was player of the game. Addison Moss went 2-4 with two RBI, and Parker Bates went 1-2 with two RBI. Pitcher of the game was Mathew Bennett who threw six innings of one-hit ball and stuck out four.
Game 5 Oklahoma Fuel vs. Dallas Patriots Stout – Cancelled due to weather.
In Game 1 at UTA, the San Antonio Angels defeated the Oklahoma Fuel, 5-1. Angels second baseman Jack Wisniewskiflashed the leather and made three great plays during the game. Starting pitcher Ty Reynolds went six innings and struck out three on his way to pitcher of the game. Reynolds also chipped in on offense by going 2-3 with an RBI double. Kros Bay added to the offense with a multi-hit game going 2-3. Player of the game was Maddux Solomon who went 2-3 with two RBI.
In Game 2 at UTA, the San Antonio Angels pounded out 15 hits on their way to a 9-1 victory over the Top Tier Americans. Angels’ Mason Corbett went 3-4 and Jack Wisniewski went 2-4 with an RBI. Player of the game was Jordan Billups who went 2-3 with two RBI. On the mound, Jake Hennessy dealt for six innings striking out nine and giving up three hits and one walk. Hennessy was the pitcher of the game.
Game 3 between the Dallas Dodgers and Twelve Maroon ended in a 3-3 tie at UTA. For the Dodgers, Michael Vangundy andBoone Montgomery both went 2-3 with an RBI a piece. And for the Twelve, William Cox went 2-3 with a triple and two RBI on his way to player of the game. Pitcher of the game was Jake Lyons (Dodgers) who went all seven innings and struck out seven. Lyons gave up four hits, two earned runs, and walked one.
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In Game 4 at UTA, DBAT Robertson bested the Texas Stix, 7-2. Conner Anderson was the player of the game after a solid offensive performance — 3-3 with a triple, RBI, and two runs scored. Pitcher of the game was Noah Sifrit who went six innings and struck out five. On 74 pitches, Sifrit gave up three hits, one run and allowed no walks.
Game 5 Twelve Maroon vs Top Tier Americans – Cancelled due to weather.
In Game 1 at Weatherford, DBAT Robertson came out victorious over Action Baseball, 9-7. DBAT’s Connor Anderson crushed a two-run home run, and Heston Kjerstad was player of the game after going 3-4. Kjerstad had an RBI triple and two runs scored as well. On the mound, Paul Ryan Johnson came in late and shut things down. Johnson threw two innings and struck out one on his way to pitcher of the game. Johnson also went 2-3 at the plate with one run scored.
The Wichita Reds run-ruled the Dallas Mustangs, 11-1, in Game 2 at Weatherford. Mustangs’ Caleb Scires tripled early on, but was left stranded at third as the team couldn’t get much going. Later on, Tanner Padgett dropped a two-run bomb to get the scoring started for the Reds and the club never looked back. Padgett ended up going 3-4 with the home run, a double, and five RBI on his way to player of the game. McCae Allen of the Reds pitched five innings and allowed one run. Allen struck out five on his way to pitcher of the game.
In Game 3 at Weatherford, the CBA Texas Mavs held off the Airhogs, 8-6. The Mavs, led by Lukas Polanco‘s two-run single, put up a seven-spot in the bottom of the second inning. Airhogs answered with two runs in the fourth inning thanks to a pair of hits from Davis Martin and Max Martinez. Martinez ended his day going 3-4 with a double and one RBI on his way toco-player of the game. The other co-player of the game was Zach Smith who went 4-4. Pitcher of the game was the Mavs’ Jacob Feret who pitched 6.1 innings and struck out three.
The Amarillo Titans defeated the DFW Twins Wimpee, 7-2, in Game 4 at Weatherford. In the top of the second, Zac Castrogot things going for the Titans with a two-out RBI double. The Titans scored on two straight passed balls to make it 3-0. Easton Neese pitched a solid five innings yielding two runs and striking out three on his way to pitcher of the game. Owen Carver was the player of the game going 2-3 with two stolen bases. Carver also made a spectacular throw from center field to nail the runner out at the plate in the bottom of the 5th.
In Game 5 at Weatherford, Anthony Suarez of the NTXBC Dirtbags threw a complete game two-hitter to defeat DBAT Matthews, 4-1. Suarez picked up pitcher of the game as he only allowed one run and struck out six. Mason Peterson led the charge on offense with two hits and one stolen base. Peterson finished the day going 2-2 with two runs scored and was named player of the game.
In Game 1 at TCU, Texas Twelve defeated the Dallas Tigers Arias, 9-3. Parker Bates went 1-2 with a triple and two runs scored. Bates also walked twice. Sammy Blair was player of the game after his 2-2 performance with two RBI, two runs scored, one walk, and one stolen base. Twelve starting pitcher CJ Varela struck out three in the first inning and four overall in 3.2 innings pitched. Varela sat at 88-89 MPH, gave up no earned runs, and was named pitcher of the game.
In Game 2 at TCU, West Texas ABA beat Action Baseball, 12-5. Two guys had great performances on offense for ABA. Hunter Coleman was 2-4 with two doubles and one RBI and JR Erwin was 2-4 with a double, triple, and three RBI. Coleman and Erwin were nominated as co-players of the game.
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In Game 3 at TCU, the Arlington A’s defeated the Oklahoma Fuel, 5-1. RJ Roberts of the A’s went 2-2 with one RBI. Jackson Glenn was 1-2 with one double and one walk. Player of the game was Shea Langeliers who went 3-4 with one double and two runs scored. Kade Strowd was pitcher of the game after going five innings strong and striking out five with one earned run.
Texas Stix defeated Action Baseball, 6-2, in Game 4 at TCU. Action’s Rhett Welch went 1-3 with a two-run double late in the game. But, it was all Stix as Jake Slaughter went 1-3 with a double and scored twice. And Sean Townsend went 1-3 with a two-run double on his way to player of the game. Pitcher of the game was Nick O’Brien who pitched five innings of one-hit baseball and struck out seven.
In Game 5 at TCU, the Fort Worth Cats beat the Columbia Angels in a close one, 3-2. Williams Sheats for the Cats went 1-2 with a double and one run scored. Hunter Bolling went 2-3 with two RBI and was named player of the game. Jaron Roblyerpitched five excellent innings only allowing one hit and striking out three. Roblyer was tabbed pitcher of the game.