Just food managed JUST 3 runs on 9 hits. Dave Demko, Roberto Guzman and Kyle Saba all scored in the 2nd inning.
Philly dominated this game right from the gate. With ten men in the line-up, Philly sent TWENTY SIX hitters to the plate. TWENTY of them scored. Bruh, 20-0 after the first inning alone. Mike Testa went 2-2 with 2 runs scored and 4 rbi in just the first. Tom Ivers went 3-3 with 3 runs scored in just the first inning. Shane Hanna had a grand slam in the 2nd inning and Ryan Habel singled home his 5th rbi in the 3rd inning. This was a humiliation to the tune of a 32-3 beatdown.
KC had a nice 7-run 4th inning which was highlighted by Mat Crowell’s 2-run single. Keith Crowell added an rbi double while Sean Nonemacher tripled home another. Keith later smashed a 2-run homer in the 5th while Mat tripled home yet another run in the 5th. Sean finished this game with a double and THREE triples.
Dingers had a hell of a long line up. With just 7 runs through the first five innings, Pete Auteri singled home a run in the 6th and Jake McCall with a nice base-clearing triple in the 7th in part of a 5-run rally. But Dingers scored as many runs as they had hitters (14) and fall to the King’s Men by 5.
Beers got nice production from the top of their line up with 9 of their 11 runs scored by the top 3. Ryan Maley had 3 hits and scored twice, Matt Kane had 2 hits while scoring 3 and Connor MacFarlane had 2 hits while scoring 2. Scott Runzer had a 2-run triple in the 3rd.
Cannons found themselves training this entire game. Josh Keszczyk tripled home a run in the first inning as the team stayed with the same 3 runs scored through the 4th. In the 5th, Mike Morcelline had a triple of his own which drove in 2 in part of a 5-run effort. Heading into the 7th, Cannons found themselves training 11-8. Neal Herbert would play the hero in this game when he delivered the two-out walk off hit to steal the game 12-11.
Both teams playing this game short handed so it would come down to the team who would perform better offensively. W2W scored two runs in the first inning and two more in the 4th. They would again scored to more in the 6th inning.
But nowhere near enough…Dookie Brewster’s Jose Rodriguez drove in 6 runs himself. He finished with 2 walks, 4 hits which included two home runs…scored 5 times and drove in 6. Tom Koelzer also went yard twice and added a 2-run triple for good measure. Dookie beat down W2W, 23-6.