All-Time Greats VI | Results
Chino Smith hit for the cycle and had 3 RBI as the Criminal Misconceptions
outscored the Seattle Okanogans XII 10 to 3.
Smith had a big day at the plate. He slapped a base-hit in the 1st inning,
doubled plating a run in the 4th inning, tripled in the 8th inning and popped
a two-run clout over the fence (his 2nd of the season) in the 9th inning.
Criminal had 15 hits for the game and Seattle had 9.
The victory was credited to Addie Joss(2-1) who went 8 and 1/3 innings,
allowing 3 runs. Deacon Phillippe(1-1) was the losing pitcher. He was
touched for 12 hits and 2 walks in 7 innings.
Stephen Strasburg racked up an impressive total of 16 strikeouts as the
Turbulent Times outscored the The steMs IV 6 to 2.
Strasburg(15-8) escaped virtually unscathed against the The hitters. He
didn’t allow much, just 6 hits and 1 walk in 9 innings. Turbulent rapped out
7 hits for the afternoon.
The loss was charged to David Price(17-14). He was touched for 3 home runs in
his 6 and 2/3 innings of work. Buddy Harrelson was impressed with Strasburg
and his 16 strikeouts. ‘It’s tough to generate runs if you can’t make
contact with the ball.’
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Designated hitter Carlos Delgado ripped 2 home runs and had 4 RBI as the East
Wareham Pile Drivers defeated the Utica Shale in 10 innings 10 to 9 at Shea
Both teams were tied at 9 runs apiece after nine innings. East Wareham won
the hard fought contest in the 10th inning. Mickey Morandini hit a single.
Bernie Williams followed and he banged out a single. Williams took second on
the throw. Rafael Palmeiro then doubled giving East Wareham the win and
sending the home town fans into a frenzy. East Wareham had 18 hits for the
game and Utica had 11.
Tim Crabtree(4-3) got credit for the victory, pitching 2 and 1/3 innings and
allowing no runs. Mariano Rivera(5-3) was given the loss in relief.