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2021 PLAYER / PITCHER OF THE WEEK #3

Jose_Abreu21LuisM_Castillo21Carlos_Santana21Tyler_Mahle21

NAME TEAM AVG SLG G AB H 2B 3B HR R RBI K W IW SB CS HBP
ABREU,Jose DAL  AL .750 1.625 2 8 6 1 0 2 5 6 0 1 0 0 0 0
                                   
NAME CLUB G W L S ERA IP R ER H K BB IBB WP BK HB HR
CASTILLO,Luis M. VIR  AL 1 1 0 0 0.00 9 0 0 3 10 2 0 0 0 0 0
                                   
NAME TEAM AVG SLG G AB H 2B 3B HR R RBI K W IW SB CS HBP
SANTANA,Carlos BET  NL .667 1.667 2 6 4 1 1 1 3 4 1 2 0 0 0 0
                                   
NAME CLUB G W L S ERA IP R ER H K BB IBB WP BK HB HR
MAHLE,Tyler POR  NL 1 1 0 0 0.00 9 0 0 4 12 4 0 0 0 0 0

Valdosta Snappers @ Long Beach Dirt Bags

Game #1: Brandon Woodruff threw a 3-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts as Long Beach won 4-0. Ronald Torreyes gave him all the offense he needed with 2 run-scoring hits.
Game #2: David Peterson gave up 3 hits and 2 runs with 11 strikeouts in 8 innings to pick up the win in a Long Beach 6-2 victory. The Dirt Bag offense had 12 hits with Justin Turner leading the way with 3 hits and Elvis Andrus with 2 RBI. Andrus and Varsho had solo HR’s.
Series Summary: Long Beach takes both games and extends its season-opening win streak to 8 games.

Southbend Lynx @ Southwest Detroit Fighting Chihuahuas

Series Summary: Southwest Detroit bullpen blows both games late…

Tijuana Bottle Rockets @ Hollywood Werewolves

Series Summary: Hollywood offense is struggling but they take both against their neighbors from the south.

Columbus Explorers @ Triple Creek Patriots

Series Preview: Explorers sail into Patriot country via the Triple Creeks.
Game #1: Bieber dominates and the home town needed it as they can barely hit Fiers.
Seager delivered the big blow today, a 2-run blast in the 6th, which would be all the scoring.
CE 0 TCP 2W – Bieber (2-0)
L – Fiers (0-1)
S – Soria (1)
Game #2: Happ allows just 2 hits over 5+ and leaves the game tied 2-2. Explorers win the battle of the bullpens 3-0 thus the game. Story 2-3 w/ 3 RBI and 2 HRs.

CE 5 TCP 2

W – Wendelken (1-0)
L – Gerber (0-1)
S – Hendricks (3)

Series Summary: Series split 1-1.

Pittsburgh Lumber Company @ Portland Lumber Jax

Series Preview: The 5-3 Portland Lumber Jax host the 4-4 Pittsburg Lumber Company in the battle of the… they… only two teams with Lumber in their names. This series is sponsored by Axe Body Spray)
Game #1: Portland gets 4 runs in the second inning… with Ryan Jeffers hitting a 3-run dinger, and Tyler Mahle pitchers a gem on the mound for Portland closing down the Lumber Company. Mahle gets the CG shutout 4-hitter.

POR 6 PIT 0

Game #2: This time it is the Pittsburg showing the Jax up, as Hudson and Bummer spin a 2-hitter for the Lumber Company. Pittsburg scores all three of their runs on solo homers.

PIT 3 POR 1

Series Summary: This series has been logged as a 1-1 split.

Sacramento Capitals @ Bethesda Bandicoots

Series Preview: A meaty 2-game series between the Caps and the Craps.
Game #1: Giancarlo Stanton had one at-bat in this game but made it count as he pinch-hit homer off Lucky Luis Cessa in the top of the 9th propelled the Sacramento Capitals to a 4-3 win over Bethesda.
The Player of the game was the guy who turned out to be the actual game-winner – Ryne Stanek. Usually, I think reliever wins are just a matter of being in the right place at the right time but in this case, Stanek earned his W. He pitched 2-1/3 innings and struck out all seven batters he got out while allowing no hits and a walk. Not bad for a Grade 3.
Win-Stanek (1-0)
Save-O. Perez (3)
Loss-Cessa (0-1)
HR-SAC: Stanton (2); BET: none
Game #2: A selective gale was blowing out of Bethesda Stadium tonight as the Bandicoots smacked five homers – including three in a row by Jonathan Schoop, Kyle Seager, and Carlos Santana off Stephen Matz in the 5th as Bethesda outslugged the Caps 9-6.
Supposed closer Mike Mayers continued to have tons of problems handling the stress of being the closer on a team that probably does not need one as he lasted 2/3 of an inning in the 9th and was yanked after giving up a run on two hits and two walks and leaving the bases loaded for Codi Heuer (who got a ground out to end the game). With two homers in the game, Seager is on a pace for an 81 homer season (well, in a real MLB season it would have been).
Win-Keller (1-0)
Save-Heuer (1)
Loss-Matz (0-2)
HR-SAC: Flores (1); BET:McNeil (1),Schoop (3), K.Seager 2 (4), Santana (1)
Series Summary: Sacramento and Bethesda split the soup.

Detroit Crime @ Cincinnati Skyliners

Series Preview: The Detroit Crime comes to Cincinnati for their first-ever visit at Glenn Sample Field.
Game #1: DET 6-5-0, CIN 2-3-2
Manny Machado and Yasmani Grandal both go yard on two-run homers.
Game #2: CIN 3-7-1, DET 2-8-0
Michael A. Taylor blasted a pair of solo homers.
Series Summary: Another first for Cincinnati, a series split.

Rosemere Renegades @ Jersey Nor’easters

Game #1: Jose Ramirez hits a 2-run homer in the 1st inning and that’s all the scoring in the game. John Means throws a 2-hit complete game shutout and the Nor’esters win for only the second time this season.
Game #2: Jose Ramirez hits a 1st inning homer again and the Noreasters go on to an 8-3 win. Matt Wisler has a no-hitter thru 4 innings for Jersey but goes down with an injury in the 5th. Rhys Hoskins hits a pair of homers for Rosemere to account for all 3 of their runs.
Series Summary: The Nor’easters sweep the 2 game series

Tempe Tempers @ Harsens Island Walleye

Series Preview: Contenders Tempe visit pretenders Harsens Island.
Game #1: 8-2 Tempe
W Darvish 2-0 1.04 era
L Castelanni 0-1 5.79 era
Tempe: Smith 2HR
Game #2: 6-3 Tempe
W Kim 2-0 1.64 era
L Urena 1-1 3.86 era
S Valdez 1 2.08 era
Tempe: Freeman 3-5
Series Summary: Tempe stays undefeated winning both road games

Dallas Cougars @ Coconut Creek Crushers

Series Preview: DAL looking to make the playoffs. CCC looking to get close to the middle of the pack this year.
Game #1: A HR by Betts helps CCC keep up with DAL SP Plesac and his 18 Grade. The game is tied 4-4 and goes into extras. CCC finally runs out of RP depth and has to put in an itchy grade-3. That is all DAL needed to push across 2 runs and win 6-4.
Game #2: Walsh hits his 5th HR of the young season to give CCC a 3-2 lead after two innings. DAL says enough is enough and goes on a tear. The final score is 15-3 DAL. Abreu goes 4 for 5 with 5 RBI.
Series Summary: DAL sweeps 2-0.

Yonge Street Stalkers @ Mesa Solar Sox

Series Preview: A quick two-game series for two middle-of-the-pack teams.
Game #1: Aron Hick hits a two-run homer and a three-run homer. Gerrit Cole wins his 1st 5-1.
Game #2: Mesa’s bullpen blows a 3-2 lead. Darin Ruf ties it with a homer in the 8th. Turner and Soler drive in 9th inning runs in a 5-3 Younge St. win.
Series Summary: The Stalkers take both games with solid pitching and the long ball.

Selkirk Steelers @ Corktown Cycle

Series Summary: Selkirk and Corktown split the pair of games.

Chicago Mobsters @ Motor City Muscle

Series Preview: Chicago @ Motor city for a quick 2 game series
Game #1: CHI 5 – MCM 3 (13 inn.)

WP: Cisnero
LP: J. Wilson
SV: A. Garrett

HR: CHI–Votto, Kiermaier; MCM–M. Franco

See-saw game saw four lead changes after the 7th inning. CHI took a 2-1 lead into the 8th when Maikel Franco tied it up. Chicago took the lead in the top of the 10th, only to see MCM tie it in the bottom. Miguel Cabrera gave CHI the lead (and eventual win) with a pinch-hit SF in the 13th. CHI added an insurance run before Amil Garrett closed it out.

Game #2: WP: Z. Davies
LP: A.Reyes
SV: YardleyHR: CHI–Barnhart
Another late-and-close game. Chicago once again held, and couldn’t hold, a late 2-1 lead. MCM tied it in the 6th and took a two-run lead in the 7th. Jeimer Candelario was the difference, with three RBI on two hits.
Series Summary: 1 win apiece.

Virginia Sluggers @ Fremont Cannons

Series Preview: Fremont has their third straight series at home looking to stay unbeaten, Virginia comes in at 2-3.
Game #1: Fremont starter Zac Gallen only allows 5 hits, but 3 of them clear the fence (two from George Springer). Fremont hits some hard too, but they are caught at the wall. Luis Castillo goes the distance for Virginia, striking out 10 in the CGSO. Virginia wins 4-0.

W: Luis Castillo (2-0)
L: Zac Gallen (1-1)

HR: VIR- George Springer 2 (5), Sean Murphy (2); FRE- none

Game #2: Virginia jumps out to a 3-0 lead in the first off of Danny Duffy. Manuel Margot singles a run in off of Virginia’s Chris Mazza in the third. Fremont gets on top in the fourth with a 3-run inning, led by Joey Bart’s 2-run double. Virginia ties it up at 4 each with an Eloy Jimenez solo HR in the 5th. Javier Baez hits a 2-run HR in the 6th to give Fremont the 6-4 lead.
The score stays the same into the ninth. After getting one out, Tanner Scott hands the ball to Giovanni Gallegos for the save. Gallegos gives up a walk and a single, but strikes out Jackie Bradley Jr. Virginia’s last hope is Anthony Rizzo, who blasts one over the right field fence for a 7-6 Virginia lead! Fremont can’t muster anything in the bottom of the inning, so it ends up 7-6 Sluggers.W: Kyle Finnegan (1-0)

L: Giovanni Gallegos (0-1)
BS: Giovanni Gallegos (1)
S:Tyler Webb (2)HR: VIR- Eloy Jimenez (3), Anthony Rizzo (2); FRE- Javier Baez (1)
Series Summary: Virginia slugged and pitched better than Fremont, and come away with the two-game series sweep! George Springer has 5 HR already on the season.

 

 

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