Drs. Johnson & Jolley Brewers 3, Eyewise Optometry Athletics 0
On 4/14/12 the Brewers Sam Wettergren pitched an excellent game going 6 innings with a shutout. He allowed 5 hits and no walks. Cameron Spaulding led the Brewers with 2 hits. Luca Van Der Meer made two stellar catches in center field.
Andrew Broz led the Athletics with 2 hits. Max Turner had a nice game behind the plate with a put out and two assists. The Athletics pitchers only allowed 4 hits.
Eyewise Optometry Athletics 3, Sports Authority Marlins 1
The Athletics pitched well in the 4/19/12 game. Ricardo Tremper had a double and scored. Jackson Ball provided solid defense with a play at the plate and 4 putouts in the game. Eric Fong had two hits one which was a double that hit the fence on a fly.
The Marlins were strong defensively. Ryan Cybull killed rallies with three nice catches in center field. Will Osborn and Osiris Johnson both had hits. Neither team had any errors in the field in a close game.
El Agavero Stars 7, Bladium River Bandits 13
The River Bandits had key hits from Matthew Dalton and Jackson Ade in the 4th on April 1. Danny Peterson singled in the 5th and A.J. Ramsey turned a double play at shortstop for the River Bandits.
For the Stars, Chris Caldwell and Elian Pelayo both had two hits in the game, providing much-needed run support. Bowman Roach among many others also got a big RBI hit that helped the cause.
El Agavero Stars 11, Thirsty Bear Brewing Company Redwings 8
Ameer Omar pitched a great game on April 14, getting nine outs for the Stars. Teammates Jac Hernandez and Bowman Roach were big contributors with 2 hits a piece in an exciting game.
For the Redwings, Danny Keep, A.J. Silberstein and Ari Burrows powered the Red Wings offense. Brandon Wong, Sam Currid and Gabe Seidl had outstanding plays in the field.
Seelenbacher Jewelers Express 10, Sinead Smith L.M.F.T. Bees 7 (March 9)
For the Bees, Sean Cook hit a long drive into left field for a triple. Hadi Shanaa and Andrew Tandoc both pitched for the Bees.
The Express had 17 hits, including a 4 for 4 game by Jackson Saulovich for the Express.
Bowzers RockHounds 6, Encinel Market Bulls 11
Rock Hounds Justin Coley had a two-run home run. Jeriah Lewis pitched two solid innings, allowing only one run, on 4/11. Michael Proffitt''s defense ended a mid-game rally, while Paul Nguyen and Joseph Anderson's in-field play held runners in check during middle inning play.
For the Bulls, Zach Hester doubled in the third inning. Max Palmer drove in two runs in the 6th inning. Jamison Hoy, Turean Bowman and Makaio Shea all hit key singles in the pivotal 6th inning.
SJND & Maus Dental Group Thunder 1, MXL Commercial Construction Bats 11
On April 9 Thunder player Brandon Gross singled and doubled. Evan Hesse's excellent base running achieved the sole Thunder run.
Lukas Mann and Damien Velazquez had key defensive plays for the Bats. Antonio Roblero and Jason Cenidoza had clutch hits. Solid work behind the plate was done by Connor Bustos and Cooper Boyle.
SJND & Maus Dental Group Thunder 9, Pearl’s Deluxe Burgers Riverdogs 3
Thunder’s Harrison Bell hit an RBI single and stole home in a 4th inning rally securing the lead on April 13. Austin Novoa logged 3 RBIs. Pitcher Evan Hesse held the Riverdogs hitless for two innings and struck out six.
For the Riverdogs, Gavin Ruport prevented the Thunder from stealing third by making three great plays at third base. Kaitlyn Tien came in as a relief pitcher in the fourth inning with runners on first and second and retired the side without giving up a run.
Alameda Beauty College Hot Rods 12, McGee's Bar and Grill Seadogs 4
On April 15. Houston Mallette led the scoring for the Hot Rods with a single, Grand Slam HR and 5 RBI’s. Chalita Chahine also contributed with a hard hit triple.
For the Seadogs, their scoring was led by hits from Gavin McLaren and K. Choy.
Alameda Beauty College Hot Rods 11 vs. SJND & Maus Dental Group Thunder 6
The Hot Rods on April 15 had a strong pitching performance from 1st-time pitcher Paul Lynch. Matthew Becker was 2 for 3 with an RBI.
For the Thunder, JP Chui hit a single, a double, had 2 RBIs and a key defensive play at 3rd base. Nate Stackler hit two for two with an RBI. Malachi Francois made a spectacular catch in the 3rd inning. Kyle Spaulding speared a hot liner up the middle in the 4th.
Alameda Beauty College HotRods 10, TEC Electric and Orthodontic Dental Care Mudhens 9
Ben Villanueva smacked three doubles, Dima Gilchrist added two singles, and William Norboe hit his first single of the season for the Mudhens on 4/18. Pitchers Michael Shih, Jerick Griego, and Nathan Connick combined for thirteen strikeouts.
The Hotrods came back in 6th inning with 2 runs to hold off Mudhens. Houston Mallette, Jezaiah Naigluevu and Justin Walker provided the offense.
Alameda Beauty College HotRods 15, Encinal Market Bulls 10
For the Bulls, Turean Bowman and Shane Connolly each went 4-4, while Zach Hester went 3-4 with a pair of doubles on 4/21. Makaio Shea and Mikey McNamee executed excellent defensive plays.
For the HotRods, Chalita Chahine, Matthew Becker and Nicholas Ferry lead the HotRods in hitting for the win. Becker also pithced flawlessly, retiring six batters with five K's.
Harbor Bay Realty (Karin Fox) Lugnuts 17, Jodi D. Snyder, Psy.D. Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services Iron Birds 5
The Lugnuts' bats came alive, with Justin Cala pounding out 3 hits along with nice defense on 4/14. Jaeden Patterson-Golay and Chris Hynes also had nice hits and played solid defense.
Teyo Snyder-Aguigui and Rahul Sharma lead the Iron Birds with three hits and several RBI's each. Shortstop Veronica McComas made a great play in the third inning.
Roughing It Day Camp Volcanoes 8, Stem to Stern Scrappers 7
JP Larson of the Scrappers made a great play to start the April 16 game, and Jack Gille, Lucas Baldizan and Tommy Soderlund each had two hits to lead the Scrappers' offense.
Xavier Sanchez had a key single in the fifth for the Volcanoes, and Lucas Holley made a solid play fielding a shot to left. Anthony Fortie notched a single and some heads-up base running.
Endocare Raptors 11, Pacific Pinball Museum Grasshoppers 8
For the Grasshoppers, Kyle Wong had 2 hits. Smolin had 3 hits. Colin Wehmann had 2 hits and 2 RBIs. In the field, Joshua Blackman made 2 outs at first base and Hugh Saulsbury caught a pop fly for 1 out.
For the Raptors, James Moore and Zakary Zimmerman had a 3-for-3 day at the plate. Madeline Leung hit a double and Dylan McGrew had 2 RBIs, which put them ahead on the scoreboard.
Endocare Raptors 10, Roughing It Day Camp Volcanoes 14
For the Vocanoes, Jonathan Schnoebelen and Robert Lebbert each had four hits and two RBIs for the Volcanoes on April 20. Josh Moleiro had two singles and made a key play for an inning-ending out at second.
For the Raptors, Dylan Wondolleck scored their first run, putting them on the scoreboard. Song Navasca hit a double and Tate Johnson drove home a run with his RBI single.
Farm League Supercuts Indians vs. Monkey Bars Twins
On Sunday, April 15, Indians batter Ian Dodd hit three solid line drives, while Giovanni Thompson earned an RBI on an infield hit. Pitcher Celeste Hurtubise and first baseman Jack Allen teamed up to record two outs in the second inning.
For the Twins, Ryan Nguyen showed his defensive hustle and Milo Benjamine hit a line drive up the middle.
Shay's Cafe Angels vs. Alamo Capital Yankees
Sunday, April 15. For the Angels, Nolan Fallin and Milo Kochevar led the offense with singles and RBIs. Putouts were recorded by Nicolas Araujo, Tyler Cole, Colby Okazaki, and Kai Shimp,
For the Yankees, Jason Javandel and Malia Layag led the offense with singles and RBIs. Putouts were recorded by Will Norton and Roman Skyes, while defensive standouts were Broadie MacPherson, John Jardin and Mitchell Wong.
Littler Mendelson Diamondbacks vs. Shay's Cafe Angels
For the Diamondbacks, James Alexander hit a line drive single in the bottom of the second. Marco Puertas hit an RBI single in the same inning. Deven Moore had an unassisted put out at second in the top of the third.
For the Angels, Matthew Tarvin, Jamie Burke (HR, 3 RBI), and Daniel Velichko (3 RBI) led the offensive charge. Putouts were recorded by Jamie Burke, Scanlan Derrick, Nolan Fallin, Colby Okazaki, and Zachary Lachs (3, including an unassisted double play).
El Caballo Wraps Mets vs. Shooting Stars Photography Reds
For the Mets on April 15, catcher Gavin Bayley fielded the first hit of the game and threw to Nolan Shultz at first base. Ryan Dignon, playing catcher in the third inning, also made a nice throw to Ethan Thai at first base. Lukas Simcox and Kazuo Maruyama both hit solidly.
For the Reds, Qiara Houston-Cecaci hit a couple of hard grounders through the left infield. Lefty Evan Furuichi slapped a couple of line drives up the middle. Brooke de Haan stroked a couple of hits up the middle as well. Fielding highlights included some great glove work by Jack Erwin and some solid stops and throws to first by several members of the Reds infield.
Baskin Robbin's Cardinals vs. Alameda Collision A's
Taylor Wehmann and Brody Cusack both hit solid singles for the Cardinals, advancing runners on April 22. Turner Brotze hustled as pitcher getting the ball to first base covered by Zachary Dortch.
For the A's, Seamus Connolly made two great plays at second base, while Phoebe Neff-Cooper, Arturo Mercado and T.J. Canalin all had very sharp line drive base hits for the A's.