All-Time Greats VI | box score
Jeff Bagwell had 4 hits and 4 RBI and Bruce Hurst went the distance as the
Modern Diamond Kings were badly beaten by the Arlington Aces, 17 to
Bagwell had a big day with his bat. He slapped a single in the 1st inning,
doubled which plated a run in the 2nd inning, delivered a base-hit in the 9th
inning and doubled emptying the bases in the 9th inning. Arlington bats were
hot in the 2nd inning with 7 runs on 5 hits and the 9th inning when they had
8 runs on 6 hits. Arlington had 17 hits for the afternoon.
Hurst(20-3) got the victory, allowing 1 run for the game. Bruce Kison(5-12)
was given the loss.
Freddy Sanchez smashed 2 homeruns and had 4 RBI and Cole Hamels whiffed 14
batters as the N. Philly SoulStars defeated the Fairvue Grays by the score of
8 to 2 at AT&T Park
Sanchez provided much of the offense. He blasted a solo shot in the 4th
inning, clubbed a three-run home run (his 2nd of the season) in the 5th
inning and doubled in the 8th inning. N. Philly rapped out 10 hits for the
Hamels(3-0) lasted until the end allowing 2 runs for the win. Hisanori
Takahashi(0-3) was tagged with the loss. He allowed 4 homeruns in 7 innings
Leon Huff was asked about the performance of Hamels, ‘He had his good stuff
out there this afternoon. The fans really get into it when the strikeouts
start mounting up – and that seems to give him even more adrenalin.’
Back to the ’90s
Roger Clemens went 9 strong innings at The Astrodome as the obamacare tax
increases beat the Mansfield Mavens by the count of 5 to 2.
Clemens(20-15) had a strong outing. He didn’t allow much, just 5 hits and 1
walk in 9 innings. obamacare rapped out 10 hits for the afternoon.
John Burkett(10-12) was the losing pitcher. The obamacare ballclub’s record
now stands at 68-79. With this loss, Mansfield has a 5-5 record of late,
Atlantic City fans certainly got their money’s worth at Veterans Stadium
Sterling Hitchcock(9-8) pitched a rare no-hitter as the Doves Cry Rasberry
Berets toppled the Atlantic City High Rollers 8 to 0.
Hitchcock was spectacular. He walked 4 Atlantic City batters. What a day for
the fans. They were on the edge of their seats from the 7th inning on. With
every out, the electricity in the air mounted. Doves Cry banged out 15 hits
on the afternoon.
Brian Boehringer(6-5) ended up with the loss. He allowed 6 hits and 5 walks
in 5 and 1/3 innings. What a show!’ Christopher said. ‘Hitchcock was great
out there — I’m happy that he go it.’