Memorial Day 2019
Notes from Heritage High School 05/24/19
The Showcase Elite got the better of the Tribe in game one at Heritage. A strong outing on the Bump from the Elite pitchers Ward and Overstreet. The Elite were lead on offense by Branek who had a consistent and powerful swing all day. However Timbes and Mcnabb both had good days for the tribe at the plate as well,they produced their teams only runs.
Sheffield was a high point for the Mavericks today striking out 12 in 5 innings. The Mavericks pushed across one in the second on a wild pitch and never looked back from there. Chewb had a good day on the mound for the bombers as well, keeping the Mavericks off balanced with his three pitch mix. Mavericks take this one 2-0.
05/25 Exposure v. Tribe Both teams had solid starting pitching. Hensley from Tribe baseball and Heenrick from A2K both put up zeroes in the first. The pitchers duel continued until the bottom of the third when A2K hit back to back doubles giving them the 1-0 lead. Final line from Heenrick is: 3.1 IP 3 K’s 1 Walk 1 hit 0 runs. They scratch again in the fourth behind a leadoff triple by Maynor. Snyder unloads a three run bomb in the fifth to bust the game open 5-0. Exposure win 12-0 on the back of two home runs by Mountjoy and Snyder.
Pro Hitting Prospects v. Midwest Regional Team This game was a low scoring affair with both teams starters going 5 innings and only allowing one run. This one came down to the wire with Midwest coming out on top 6-5.
Bc Boyton v Tribe BC jumps out to an early 2-0 lead thanks to a leadoff walk and doubles by Taylor and Sutton. The tribe answer back in the second with a leadoff triple from Timbes, end up scoring 5 in the inning. BC battles back in the fourth pushing across two more to make it 5-4 Tribe. In the top of the fifth BC answered again going up 6-5 on a FC by Sutton. They then add on the 6th on consecutive past balls and lead 8-6. Sutton comes on to close it out for BC.
A2K Exposure v. Showcase Elite Both teams scratch on iffy pitching in the first inning. Both pitchers will settle in though. A2K takes the lead on a bases loaded walk by Tinsley. Exposure busted it open in the fifth with three doubles in a row after a leadoff walk. Caden Snyder Hits his second home run of the day to propel the Exposure over the Elite.
BC Sweet v GATA Wolfpack The wolfpack get 1-2-3 inning from their starter. They turn around and put up 3 in the first to take the early lead. They get another 1-2-3 from their starter. #18 goes deep for Sweet ( not on roster) to bring it back to 3-1 in the third. Wolfpack steal home to go up 4-1. Sweet pushes
one across in the seventh. Tying it up. Sweet explode for a 13 run top of the eight and cruise to a 18-5 victory
Notes from Maryville College
Crusaders vs Grind
The Crusaders had a CG thrown by Eatman. He threw strikes well with a solid slider. Many good offensive guys for the Crusaders. They were led by # 16 J. Torbett with 2 triples. The Grind started #16, Pitts, but he struggled and was replaced in the top of the 1st. #18 Lawhorn came in and threw multiple good relief innings for the TN Grind. The game ended with a final score of 12-5 in 5.5 innings with Crusaders on top.
Exposure vs BC Sweet
The game started out as a great pitchers duel between Bay Griffin from BCA Sweet and Norris from eXposure 16u Louisville Slugger. Both pitchers had great stuff with good ability to locate. Norris exited the game with a 6-2 lead over BCA Sweet, but BCA was able to take advantage of some costly walks and took the lead. Lots of good quality at bats from both sides, but no stand out guys at the plate.
Bc Boynton vs Showcase 15u
Both starters started off really well. #34, Max Fell threw 4 strong innings for Showcase. Fell was a tall lefty with great stuff. #12, Avery Crabtree threw great for BCA as well. He threw 6 innings of 1 run baseball for BCA with a high number of strike-outs. His slider looked good. BCA bats came alive in the 5th when Showcase put in relief pitcher #18, Tanner Copley. Copley struggled with strikes to start but eventually started to give up some hits. Overall, a very well-played game by BCA Boynton.
BC Sweet vs Showcase16u
Showcase Elite 16u hangs on to take down BCA Sweet with a final of 7-5. Both teams struggled to throw strikes throughout the game. However, #15, Jace Maxey from BCA gave his team some solid innings in relief, showing some good offspeed. BCA was led offensively by SS #16, Donovan Black (pretty good ball player) and the 2B #22, Will Nelms. Showcase Elite showed good bats all around, and the SS #24 looked great defensively up the middle of the field.
GATA vs Exposure
eXposure Louisville Slugger defeats GATA Wolfpack 13-3 after 5 innings. The game started out close between the two teams Going into the 4th inning, Wolfpack was up 2-0 but the eXposure bats came alive in the 4th to score 5 then 8 in the 5th. eXposure’s offense was started by #17 Alexander. #59 Melton also had multiple good at bats for eXposure. The Wolfpack was led by the SS, #23 Owens. Owens had a smooth, compact swing allowing him to hit the ball well.
Wilson County vs Pro Hitting
In this matchup the Prospects topped the Brawlers with a run-rule score of 11-1. Pro Hitting Prospects Jumped early on the Brawlers by scoring 7 runs in the second inning. Not only were the Prospects’ bats rolling, but the Brawlers made many errors. #37, Thomas, got the first RBI for the prospects that started the train of runs. After the second inning, the Brawlers brought in #5, K. Carver, who threw many good innings of relief. The starting pitcher for the Brawlers looked good at the plate even though his pitching start was full of unfortunate events. He had a good pop off his bat for a 14u player.
Showcase 16u vs Exposure
This game was an unbelievable pitchers duel with an ending score of 0-0 after 8 innings of play. Outstanding starts by eXposure L.S. starter #8, Powers who went 7 innings scoreless and Showcase Elite 16u starter #2, Jacob who went the full 8 innings scoreless. Great games defensively as well from guys on both sides: #57 Genter is great catching and hitting for eXposure, #59 Melton is also a solid player defensively at 1B and offensively for eXposure, #36 Jack C. had a good game behind the dish for Showcase Elite, and #11, Derek looked good in CF for Showcase Elite. However, despite all the defense both sides hit some balls well.
Hit after Hit vs Wilson County
The Wilson Co. Brawlers and Hit after Hit Outlawas (Nolen) finished their game in a 6-6 tie after 7 innings. Great start from #8 Carter Lee for the Brawlers. Lee gave up 2 in the 1st but put up all 0’s in his next 3 innings. He finished his outing with 4.0 innings pitched and 7 K’s. The catcher for the Brawlers, #3 Max Duckwiler helped Lee the best he could from behind the plate with his great blocking ability and receiving. #5 Kaleb Carver, the CF for the Brawlers, had himself a standout day at the plate. He showed his ability to hit the ball hard to all fields. Carver also came in relief in the top of the 7th and got a clutch out to keep the game tied. After 2.3 innings from the Outlaws starter, the Outlaws put in reliever #13 Kai Zelaya. Zelaya put up 0’s the remainder of his innings. Zelaya showed his good velocity and his ability to miss bats. The Outlaws were led all around by #26 Aguilar. Aguilar showed his good defensive abilities and leadership abilities at 3B. Aguilar hit hard line drives to all fields and ran the bases really well. Aguilar came in for teh Outlaws in the bottom of the 7th to finish his game. He has a good fastball with good armside run as a righty. Outstanding player. #25 Matthew Kirby had a clutch double to deep left that tied up the game in the top of the 7th.
Crusaders vs Generals
The Crusaders topped the Chattanooga Generals with a final score of 12-6. The game started off a little back and forth. Crusaders struck for 2 in the bottom of the 1st while the Generals got one back in the top of the 2nd. Going into the 3rd the game was tied but the crusaders jumped back on top with a 5 run lead and continued the lead from then on. #16 J. Torbett stood out for the Crusaders at the plate today. He consistently hit the ball hard and got some good key RBI hits for his team. #7 Jaso Reel led the charge offensively for the Generals. Reel hit the ball well while having a good game in CF as well.
Rockets vs Stars
East TN Rockets came from behind to beat the Knoxville stars 7-5. The Rockets started off the game with two great defensive plays by #3 Spencer Powell at 3B and #24 Gavin Johnson at 1B. The Rockets were the first on the scoreboard by scoring 1 in the bottom of the 1st. The game stayed really close from then on with the Stars maintaining the lead. However, in the bottom of the 5th inning the Rockets took advantage of an unfortunate missed pop fly, scoring 3 to take the lead 7-5. Neither team had any stand outs offensively or defensively, but both teams played well.
Crusaders vs Rockets Championship
The Crusaders win over the Rockets by a score of 11-0. The Crusaders got a big lead early by striking for 5 in the home half of the 1st. From that point on, the lead just grew. This provided a good cushion for #24 Cole Torbett to work. Torbett commanded the zone really well, forcing a lot of soft contact from the Rockets. #16 J. Torbett stood out at the plate again for the Crusaders. Torbett has a great swing that allows him to hit very consistently. For the Rockets, the CF #20 Cade Fleeman looked good with some good at bats against a tough arm. Fleeman also showed out with a couple diving plays in CF.
Game One: TN Bash vs JC Braves
The Tennessee Bash’s offense was too much to handle for the JC Braves in this evening match up as the Bash combined for 10 runs compared to the Braves 2. The braves struggled to get the bats going. Hits were few and far between for the braves who struggled to get a timely hit. Time would be a factor in this game as only six innings were completed before the umpire raised his hands to signal for the end of the game.
Game Two: Diamond USA vs. Midwest Prospect Regional Team
Game two of the night proved to be exciting as Diamond USA pulls out the victory 6-5; taking the lead in the later innings. It was all Midwest prospects early in this one. Taking only three innings to jump out to a 5-2 lead. Innings four, five and six would prove to be just as exciting as Diamond USA would get two back in the fourth and two more in the fifth which put them ahead 6-5. That was all they needed as they shut down the Midwest Prospects in the sixth to close out the game.
Game One: BLBA Black vs BC Athletics 14u
The BLBA black made quick work of the Athletics in only 5 innings, scoring 11 runs to the athletics 0. This game ended in a mercy rule in favor or the BLBA black. Hits and errors plagued the athletics throughout the game. The game was all BLBA black from first pitch until the last pitch. The pitching and defense for the black didn’t give the athletics any chances to mount a comeback.
Game Two: BC Athletics vs. eXposure Louisville
Game two of the day was a back ‘n forth affair between the two clubs. The Athletics jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the 2nd inning. The exposure would punch back with a crooked number of their own in the fourth scoring 3 to take the lead 3-2. The Athletics would explode for three more in the fifth taking back the lead and then extending it to 5-3. Exposure would then use the sixth inning to score 2 more runs and tie the game at 5. The seventh would prove also exciting as the Athletics would walk it off on a past ball that allowed the runner from third to advance and score the winning run. Athletics avenge their run rule loss by walking it off and taking the W against the exposure.
Game Three: Exposure Louisville vs. MAD Mavericks
The mid-day match up between the two clubs proved to be a good one. It was all exposure early; scoring two runs on two hits in the top of the first. It would be the exposure again in the top of the 2nd scoring 6 runs with the help of two, two run doubles by Lardon Skeen and Jacob Tobias. Two more runs in the inning came from RBI’s singles from Reece Jordan and Aiden Temple. This would propel the exposure out to an early 8-0 lead. In the bottom half of the inning the Mavericks were able to scratch back 2 runs on back-to-back RBI singles. After the second it was all Mavs. In the bottom of the third the Mavs busted for four runs on 6 hits to close the gap to 2 runs. The bottom of the fourth inning was a costly one for the exposure; giving up 6 runs off of 3 hits. An RBI single by Mangrum put the Mavs down 8-7. Gardner reached on an error that allowed Briggs to score which would tie the game. Sheffield also joined the party getting an RBI single of his own to put the Mavs ahead by 1 (9-8). Big damage was done by the two-run triple hit by Whitman who would then advance on a throwing error which would allow him to score himself and bring the Mavs lead to three. This would be all the Mavs needed to hold off the exposure for the rest of the game. Final score; 12-9 MAD Mavs.
Game Four: TN Bombers vs. BLBA Black
The mid evening match-up between the two 14u teams was a lopsided one to say the least. Early in the game it appeared to be in the bombers favor; scoring two in the first inning and jumping out to a 2-0 lead. Not long after the black started to swing it. Scoring two in the second, two in the third, and four in the fourth. BLBA’s bats stayed alive during the 5th inning where they tacked on 3 more runs to make it an 11-2 score. In the sixth, both teams stayed quiet scoring no runs on no hits for either side. The 7th was a different story with the BLBA black tacking on 3 insurance runs before moving to the bottom of the 7th. In the bottom of the seventh the bombers tried to make a run at the huge deficit. They added on three to their total of 2 to make it 14-5. The rally would go for not as the final score would remain at 14-5 in favor of the BLBA Blacks.
Game Five: Hit after Hit Outlaws – miles vs. MAD Mavericks
I was umpiring the start of this game and do not recall the exact scoring plays or who was involved in them. I know the final score was a 9-0 run rule in favor of the Outlaws in six innings.
Game Six: TN Bombers vs. Hit After Hit Outlaws – Miles
The under the lights match-up between the two 14u clubs would prove to be tight one down the stretch An RBI double in the top of the first by Ben Sompayrac gave the bombers a 1-0 lead. The bombers weren’t done as Luke Jones single, scoring Sompayrac giving the Bombers a 2-0 lead after the top of the first. Bats would stay quiet in the top of the second for the bombers. The same couldn’t be said about the outlaws who would strike for 2 in the inning off of an RBI double from Myatt and then score again on a ground ball out to the right side from Pilkinton. Once again the bombers were held scoreless in the top of the inning. The outlaws would join the club and also be held to no runs in the bottom of the third inning. The top of the fourth for the bombers would prove no different than the third; pushing no runs across the plate. The Outlaws would have no part in the no scoring affair as an RBI single by Dunkin would give the Outlaws the lead 3-2. The top of the fifth was a different story for the bombers, Tipton would score on a past ball. That’s all they would get in the top half of the 5th bringing the score back to even; 3-3. The outlaws score one in the bottom of the fifth coming off of an RBI single from Dunkin. Outlaws lead 4-3. The bombers were once again held quiet in the top half. No runs coming across for the Bombers in the top of the 6th. The score would remain 4-3 even after the bottom half of the 6th, as the outlaws were not able to push across any runs. The outlaws would hold the bombers scoreless in the top half of the 7th to hang on to a 4-3 victory.
RBI vs Grind
Passed ball score 1 and ties the game in the top of 6. Grind is back in the field for the bottom of the 6th. New pitcher comes in for grinds #22 Anderson. To lead of the inning is fletcher (#13). Flether gets hit by pitch and advances to first. Up 2nd is #23 and sacrisfice bunt to the 3rd basemen and he is out at first but Fletcher advances to 2nd. Eaton is up 3rd and strikes out swinging. Up 4th is grimm (#5) flies out to right center to end the game.
Game 3- Rockets vs. Bash
Top 1- aj berry gets walked then black payne sac bunts to move to 2nd. Ayden maples sac bunts to pitcher and moves runner to 3rd. Aaron webb grounds out to 3rd to end inning.
Bottom 1- Pealer walked. Fielders choice 6-4 hit by tripper. Babb grounds out to the ss and runner safe at second. McCallister grouns out 3-1 force.
Top 2- rj pops out to write field. Tres struck out looking. Zack got on base then trace davis grounded out to pitcher 1-3
Bottom 2- Cade Pollock was hbp. 11 swinging bunt to pitcher thrown away runner advances to 3rd and 11 advances to second on over throw. Calab mcbride struck out looking, 8 tagged out at home. 20 steals second. 24 singles to short scores 1. 24 steals second. 4 hbp. Bases loaded.
Top 3- 8 struck out looking. 44 k looking. 4 grounded to 1st.
Bottom 3- Jacob pealer grounded out. 9 throwing error reached first. Double by carter scores runner from 2nd. 32 singles up middle, runner advances to 3rd. 8 cade flies out to center. 11 singles to ss and run scores from 3rd and runner moves to 2nd. 5 single up middle and runner thrown out at 2nd.
Top 4- 72 k swinging. 10 walks. 10 steals 2nd. 16 k looking. 40 single up the middle, batter ruuner goes to 2nd and runner advances to 3rd. 1 singles up middle scores 2 and batter runner gets to 2nd. 27 walked. 8 ks swinging
Bottom 4- 20 singles to left. 24 k swinging, runner advanced to 2nd on steal. 4 popped out to 1st. 27 flied out to center.
Top 5- 24 flied out to 2nd. 4 walked. 72 flies out to center. 10 walks, 1st and 2nd. Pitcher boked and runners move up 3rd and 2nd. Passed ball and catcher tagged runner out at home.
Bottom 5- 2 grounds out 6-3. 9 singled to left. 18 singles to center, runners on 1st and 2nd. 32 hits ball to 3rd error, runner scores. 4-2, Runners on 1st and 2nd. 8 flied out to ss. 11 grounds out to ss.
Top 6- 34 walks. 40 walked. 1 struck out swinging. 27 walked. 15 k looking. 24 singled to center scoring 2 and advancing to 2nd. 4 singled to 2nd scoring 2, 6-4 game. 4 stole 2nd. 72 lined to left.
Bottom 6- 5 walks. 20 ks looking. Wild pitch runner advances to 2nd. 24 walked, 1st and 2nd. 4 grounds to ss, fielders choice 6-4, runners at 3rd and 1st. wild pitch, runner advances to 2nd, runners on 3rd and 2nd. 27 walks, bases loaded. 2 singles to left scoring 2, runners on 2nd and 1st. 9 singles left for a walk off.
Game 4- Rockets vs. Stars
Top 1- 34 grounds out to 2nd. 4 ks swinging. 22 singles to second. 22 steals 2nd. 2 grounds out to pitcher.
Bottom 1- 2 walked. 9 ks looking. 18 hits 2 run homer. 32 walked, runner on first. 8 walks, runners on 2nd and 1st. passed ball, runners advance to 3rd and 2nd. 11 ks swinging. 5 ks swinging.
Top 2- 00 flied to center. 9 infield single to 3rd. 24 hit into fc 5-4, safe at first, runners at first. 24 stole 2nd. 13 ks swinging.
Bottom 2- 20 flied out to left. 24 lined out to ss. 4 grounded to the pitcher, 1-3.
Top 3- 6 grounded out to 2nd, 4-3. 34 grounded out to 3rd, 5-3. 4 walked, runners on 1st. 22 grounded out to ss, 6-3. SCORE 2-0 Rockets
Bottom 3- 27 ks swinging. 2 flied out to center. 9 grounded out to 1st, 3U.
Top 4- 2 grounded to 3rd, throwing error on 3rd, runner safe at 1st. 2 stole 2nd. 00 grounded to ss,6-3, runner moves to 3rd. 9 singles to right center driving in the runner from 3rd. 9 steals 2nd. 24 flied to 2nd. 13 grounds to ss, 6-3.
Bottom 4- 18 doubled to deep left, runner on 2nd. 32 walks and runner on 2nd steals 3rd on blocked ball, runners on 3rd and 1st. 8 sac fly to center, 18 scores, runner on first. 11 walked. 5 walked, bases loaded. 20 grounded to ss, ss threw home and catcher dropped ball, e2, all runners advance and 1 scores. 24 ks looking. 4 grounds to ss, fc error on ss, runner scores, runners advance to 3rd and 2nd. 27 grounds to ss fc 6-4.
Top 5- 6 flied out to rf. 34 doubled to deep left, runner on 2nd. Pitcher boked, runner goes to 3rd. 4 lined out to 2nd. 22 singles up the middle, runner scores from 3rd. 22 stole 2nd. 2 hbp, runners 1st and 2nd. 00 singled uo middle, runner from 2nd scores, runner from 1st advances to 3rd, batter runner stopped at first, runners on 1st and 3rd. 9 singled up middle, runner from 3rd scores, runner at first moves to 2nd, and batter runner at 1st. 3 walked, bases loaded. 13 walked, runner scores. 6 grounded out to 2nd. SCORE-5-5
Bottom 5- 2 grounded out to 3rd, 5-3. 9 flied out t0 1st. 18 doubled down the line, runner at 2nd. 32 walked, runners at 1st and 2nd. 8 ks swinging
Top 6- 34 popped out to catcher. 4 doubled into the left center, throwing error on ss, batter runner makes it to 3rd, runner on 3rd. 22 sac fly to center, runner from 3rd scores. Flied out to right.
Bottom 6- 11 grounded out to ss. 5 grounded out to 1st. 20 singled up the middle. Single down the left field line, runners at 1st and 2nd. 4 singled to center, runner scores, runners on 3rd and 2nd. 27 walks, bases loaded. 2 singled up the middle. game
Game 5: Midwest Prospects Regional Team vs. Hit after Hit Outlaws-hughes
Top 1- 4 struck out swinging. 19 infield single to ss, runner at 1st. 26 lined out to 2nd, double play.
Bottom 1-24 singled to left, runner on 1st. 24 steals 2nd. 2 singled up the middle, runners at 3rd and 1st. 20 sac to center, runner scores, runners on 2nd. 10 walked, runners on 3rd and 1st. 10 stole 2nd, runners on 3rd and 1st. 34 sac to first base, runner scores from 3rd and runner advances from 2nd to 3rd. 25 singles to left, runner on 3rd scores, batter runner is on 1st. 34 steals 2nd. 34 advances to 3rd on failed pickoff move and over throw to center. 32 popped out to center.
Top 2- 22 grounds out to ss, 6-3. 18 ks swinging. 15 hbp, runner on 1st. 15 reaches 2nd on a passed ball, runner on 2nd. 15 reaches 3rd on a wild pitch. 25 singles, runner from 3rd scores, batter runner at 1st. 14 grounded to 2nd, fc, force at 2nd, 4-6.
Bottom 2- 22 lined out to ss. 5 bunted to pitcher, 1-3. 42 flied to right field.
Top 3- 21 walked. 12 stole 2nd, runners at 2nd. 3 hbp, runners at 2nd and 1st. 4 popped up to 3rd. 19 walked, bases loaded. 5 grounded to 3rd base, fc, out at home, bases loaded. 22 triple to right center clearing the bases, runner on 3rd. 18 ks swinging.
Bottom 3- 24 grounded out to pitcher, 1-3. 2 flied out to right field. 20 walked. 10 popped out to 3rd.
Top 4- 15 lined out to center. 25 singled to left, runner at 1st. 14 flied to center. Pitcher boked, 25 advances to 2nd. 21 walks on wild pitch, 25 advances to 3rd, runners at 3rd and 1st. 3 flied to left.
Bottom 4- 34 walked. 25 sac bunt, throwing error on pitcher, runners at 3rd and 2nd. 32 popped out to pitcher. 22 sac bunt, runner from 3rd scores and runner on 2nd moves to 3rd. 5 grounded out to 2nd, 4-3.
Top 5- 4 singled to center field, runner on 1st. 19 single to left field, runners at 2nd and 1st. 26 flied to center, runners remain. 22 singles to left and scores the runner from 2nd and moves the runner from 1st to 2nd. 18 hbp, bases loaded. 15 walks, 19 scores, bases loaded. 25 singles to left, scores 2, runners at 2nd and 1st. 15 thrown out stealing at 3rd. 25 stole 2nd. 14 ks swinging.
Bottom 5-42 infield single to ss. 24 hbp, runners on 1st and 2nd. Passed ball, both runners advance to 3rd and 2nd. 2 grounded out ss, runner scores. Pitcher boked, runner scores, bases empty. 20 flied out to center. 10 flied to center.
Top 6- 21 grounded out to first. 3 singled to right field, runner on 1st. 4 popped out to the ss. 18 flied out to center.
Bottom 6- 34 walked. 25 walked, runners on 2nd and 1st. 32 walks, bases loaded. 22 lined out to 3rd. 5 sac fly to right field, runner scores. 42single to right, runner scores, runner on 3rd. 42 steals 2nd. 24 flied out to left. End 8-8 tie
Game 1- Exposure Louisville Slugger vs. BLBA 2023 Black:
Top 1- 5 grounded out to the pitcher. 9 ks looking. 6 ks looking.
Bottom 1- 42 infield single to 2nd, runner at 1st. 42 steals 2nd. 42 steals 3rd on wild pitch. 42 scored on passed ball. 8 grounded out to the ss. 3 flied to center. 17 walked, runner om first. 24 walks, runners on 1st and 2nd. Passed ball, runners advance to 3rd and 2nd. 47 singled to center scoring 2, runner on 1st. 23 hbp, runners on 2nd and 1st. wildpitch runners advance to 3rd and 2nd. 11 walked, bases loaded. 00 popped out to first.
Top 2- 3 k swinging. 43 grounded out to 3rd. flied out to right.
Bottom 2- 42 bunted to pitcher, throwing error on pitcher, 42 scores. 8 grounded to ss, throwing error on ss, runner on 1st. 8 stole 2nd. 3 triples down the right field line, runner from 2nd scores. 17 sac fly to center, scoring the runner from 3rd. 24 popped out to ss. 47 singled to ss. 23 tripled to right, runner scores from 1st, runner at 3rd. 11 ks looking.
Top 3- 30 ks swinging. 8 grounded out to 2nd. 2 walks, runner on 1st. passed ball, runner moves to 2nd. 4 ks swinging.
Bottom 3- 00 lined out to pitcher. 10 singled to 1st. 22 popped out 1st, runner on 1st. 1 singled to left, error on left fielder, runner scores from 1st, batter runner on 2nd. 4 ks looking.
Top 4- 20 hbp, runner on first. 5 flied out to left, runners on 1st. 1 popped out to 1st, runner on 1st. 6 walked, runners on 2nd and 1st. 3 singled to left, bases loaded. 43 ks swinging.
Bottom 4- 24 doubled to left center ally, runner on 2nd. Wild pitch, runner moves to 3rd. 47- ground ball to the right side, error by the first basemen allows a run to score, runner on 3rd. 23- k’s looking. 11 – grounds out to ss, runner scores from 3rd. 00 ks swinging.
Top 5- 7 walks, runner on 1st. 30 walked, runners on 1st and 2nd. Wild pitch, runners move to 3rd and 2nd. 51 walked, bases loaded. 2 ks swinging. 4 ks looking. 20 ks swinging.
Game 2: Hit after Hit Outlaws- Miles vs. Diamond
Top 1- 2 grounded out to 2nd. 16 grounded out to 1st. 10 triples to right center ally, runner on 3rd. 24 singles to ss, runner from 3rd scores. 11 grounds out to 3rd.
Bottom 1- 7 ks swinging. 21 k looking. 3 lined out to left.
Top 2- 9 singled to right, runner on 1st. 9 stole 2nd, runner on 2nd. 8 walked, runners on 2nd and 1st. 12 singles to left, bases loaded. 1 singles up the middle, 2 score, runners on 2nd and 1st. 7 grounded out to 2nd, runners move to 3rd and 2nd. 2 grounded out to 3rd, runner scores from 3rd, runner from second scores on over throw out of play, 2 score. 16 ks swinging.
Bottom 2- 25 lined out to 3rd. 13 lined ball to center, error on center, runner gets to 3rd. 10 popped out to 2nd. 27 ks looking.
Top 3- 10 lined out to 1st. 24 flied out to center. 11 hbp. 9 grounded out to ss, throwing error on ss, runners on 3rd and 1st. 8 singled up middle, runner from 3rd scores, runners at 3rd and 1st. 12 walks, bases loaded. 6 ks swinging.
Bottom 3- 15 flied out to left. 6 k swinging. 7 flied to left.
Top 4- 17 popped out to catcher. 2 walked, runner on 1st. 16 popped out to 3rd. 10 ks swinging.
Bottom 4- 21 singles to ss. 3 popped out to 2nd, runners at 1st. 5 grounded out to ss, runner advanced to 2nd. 13 grounded out to short, error on 1st basemen runner safe, runners at 3rd and 1st. 10 popped out to 1st.
Top 5- 24 ks swinging. 11 doubles down left field line, runner on 2nd. 9 singles to center, runners at 2nd and 1st. 8 walks, bases loaded. 12 sac flies to right, runner from 3rd scores, runner at 2nd moves to third, and runner at 1st. 12 steals 2nd, runners at 3rd and 2nd. 1 k looking.
Bottom 5- 27 ks swinging. 15 popped out to 2nd. Popped out to pitcher.
Top 6- 7 lined out to 2nd. 2 singled up the middle, runner on 1st. pitcher boked, runner at 2nd. 16 lined out to right, runner move to 3rd. 10 strikes out swing.
Bottom 6- 7 flied out to center. 21 grounded our to 1st. 3 singled to right. 5 ks swinging.
Top 7- 24 doubled to left center ally, runner on 2nd. Passed ball, 24 steals 3rd, runner on 3rd. 11 doubled to center, runner from 3rd scores. 9 hbp, bases loaded. 8 lined out to center, runner scores. 18 grounded into a double play.
Bottom 7- 13 grounded out to pitcher. 10 flied out to center. 4 singled to pitcher, runner on 1st. 15 flied out to center. SCORE 8-0
Game 3: BLBA Black vs. Hit after Hit Outlaws- Nolen
Top 1- 26 ks looking. 4 flied out to center. 25 ks swinging.
Bottom 1- 42 popped out to 1st. 8 grounded out to ss. 3 doubled to left center, runner on 2nd. 17 grounded out to 2nd.
Top 2- 22 grounded out to 2nd. 18 – lined out to short. 19 – singled to right. 23 – k’s swinging.
Bottom 2- 24 grounded out to 2nd. 47 grounded out to 2nd. 23 singled to center, runner on 1st. 22 singles to center, hit and run, runners on 3rd and 1st. 22 steals 2nd, runner on 3rd scores. 2 singles to right, error on right fielder, batter runner gets to 3rd, run scores. 42 flied out to center.
Top 3- 14 popped out to ss. 3 flied to center. 13 ks swinging.
Bottom 3- 8 singles to left, got to 2nd on fielding error on left fielder, runner om 2nd. 3 flied out to right, runner makes it to 3rd tagging, runner scores due to ball thrown out of play. 17 flied out to right. 24 hbp, runners on 1st. 47 flied out to center.
Top 4- 26 single to center. 4 popped out to 2nd. 25 – singles to right. 22 – singled, runner from 2nd scores, runner at 1st goes to third, runners at 3rd and 1st. 18 walks, bases loaded. 19 ks swinging. 23 walked, 1 runner scores, bases loaded. 14 popped out to 2nd.
Bottom 4- 23 ks looking. 32 popped out to 1st. 2 popped out to 2nd.
Top 5- 3 grounded out to 3rd. 13 singles to center, runner on 1st. 26 grounded out to ss, throwing error on ss, runner from first advanced to 3rd, batter runner on 1st. 4 singled to left center, runner from 3rd scores and runner from first moved to 3rd, runners on 3rd and 1st. 25 grounded out to ss, runner from 3rd scores, runner on 2nd. 22 singles to center, runner at 3rd scores, runner at 1st. 18 – grounds out to the shortstop. 5-3 Outlaws lead
Bottom 5 – 42 – double down the left field line. 8 – bunt to the left side No throw runner advances from 2nd to 3rd. 3 – RBI double to left scoring the runner from third runner moves from 1st to 3rd. 13 grounds out to 2nd, runner scores, runner at 3rd. 00 single to right, scores a run. 47 singled to right, runners at 2nd and 3rd. 23 walked, bases loaded. 22 grounds out to 1st, runner scores, runenrs at 3rd and 1st. 2 lined out to left.
Top 6- 19 flied out to center. 23 walked. 14 singles to left, runners at 2nd and 1st. 3 flied out to left. 13 popped out to 2nd.
Bottom 6- 42 infield single. 42 steals 2nd. 8 popped out to pitcher. 42 thrown out at 3rd. 3 singled to center. 17 hbp, runners on 2nd and 1st. both runners stole, runners at 3rd and 2nd. 00 ks swinging.
Top 7- 26 flied out to right, error on right fielder, runner on 2nd. Pitcher boked. 4 singled to center, error on center fielder, runner at 2nd, run scores. 25 grounded out to ss, runner advances to 3rd. 22 squeeze bunt, runner scores, tie game, no runners on. 18 flied out to right
Bottom 7- 47 flied to left. 23 grounded out to 3rd. 22 grounded out to pitcher.
Top 8- 19 popped out to 1st. 23 grounded out to short. 14 popped out to first.
Bottom 8- 2 walked. 2 stole 2nd. 42 ks swinging. 8 grounds out to 2nd, runner moves to 3rd. 3 hbp. 17 grounded out.
Top 9- 3 singles to right. 13 ks looking. 26 singled up middle, took 2nd on throw. 4 popped out to pitcher. 25 flied to center.
Bottom 9- 11 grounded out to 3rd. 47 grounded out to 1st. 23 singled to right. 22 grounded out to 3rd. SCORE 8-7 hah
Game 5-Championship: Hit after hit-miles vs. Hit after Hit-Nolen
Top 1- 25 drives the ball up the middle so score the run of the game. Kirby waited until he got his pitch and lined it back up the middle, allowing #26 to score with ease. Team Nolen takes a 1-0 lead in the top of the first. 20 grounds a ball up the middle that hits 2nd base, allowing 13 to score to make it a 2-0 game.
Bottom 1- 16 drives a ball deep in the right center ally, allowing 2 to score from 2nd. The game is now 2-1 team Nolen. 10 hit a deep double into the left center gap, 16 scored easily from 2nd. Game score 2-2.11 hits a bomb to left field putting Miles’s team up 4-2 in the bottom of the first.
Top 2- 26 singles to right field scoring 2 while the bases were loaded. After that hit, the game is all tied up at 4-4. 13 hit a sac fly to the right fielder, scoring a run. After the top of the 2nd the score is 5-4 Nolen.
Bottom 2- No score
Top 3- No Score
Bottom 3- No score
Top 4- No score
Bottom 4-No Score
Top 5- No Score
Bottom 5- 16 hit a single to right field scoring a run. Very good hitting late in the count to tie the game up at 5-5. 24 drove a ball to deep right center field, it was a base clearing double. Throwing a big 3 spot on the board and taking the lead 8-5.
Top 6-No score
Bottom 6- 8 hit a huge double to the left center ally, scoring a run and giving his team a bigger lead at 9-5. 2 hits a sacrifice fly to the center fielder making the score 10-5. 16 hit a high pop up and the left fielder and 3rd baseman couldn’t get their hands on it. scores one 11-5. 10 doubled to deep center scoring 2 to end the game in a run rule. 13-5