|Miami Red Sox (Premier Division)||16||Sox lose big to Dodgers|
|Miami Dodgers (Premier Division)||5|
Sox lose big to Dodgers
|Southern Yankees (Senior Division)||14||Southern Yankees school youngsters|
|Monster Mini Golf Monstruos (Senior Division)||6||Monstruos Lose Big|
Southern Yankees school youngsters
by Southern Yankees (Senior Division)
Down goes FFrrrazzziieer! In a game reminicisent of the legendary Muhammad Ali/Joe Frazier fights many years ago; the Southern Yankees knocked off the mighty Mini Golf Monstrous 14-6. On another spectacular sunny day @ the ballpark the Southern Yankees arrived they thought early; around 815 am only to find the entire MMG team already assembled on the field and taking batting practice. This dedication impressed the Southern Yankees squad who knew in order to knock off the top team in the division they had to also smack a few baseballs around and play smart. The contest started out like a heavyweight battle with both squads looking for an opening to strike. After a scoreless first inning MMG scored an unearned run in the second frame and after three innings led 1-0. In the top of the fourth the Southern Yankees briefly tied the game on a single, wild pitch and stolen base. The MMG team scored twice in the bottom of the inning to take a 3-1 lead after 4 frames. But in the fifth the Southern Yankees plated 4 runs with big doubles from John Ramos& Hugo Gutierrez. A clutch single from Keith Litwak contributed also & made the score 5-3 Southern Yankees after five innings.Neither team scored in the sixth and the score remained that way going into the knockout inning. The Southen Yankees erupted for 6 runs in the TAKE ME OUT to the ballgame 7TH inning as Reidy Olivo & Dan Fimiani crushed home runs with their teammates aboard. The close game became a rout as the Yankees led 11-3 at that juncture. MMG scored 3 times in the 8th to make the score 11-6 but the Yankees put a lid on the momentum and scored 3 right back in the top of the ninth to lead 14-6 which would end up being the final score.Eric Judd was once again masterful on the mound mowing the mighty MMG youngsters down. Judd gave up only 2 runs on 4 hits and also once again contributed with his bat by driving in 3 fellow teammates. Dan Fimiani also showed some dazzling pitches in 3 innings of work and made his presence felt to the team with a big home run to break the game open. Reidy Olivo was smooth at short and crushed an opposite field bomb along with 3 runs scored 2 hits and 2 stolen bases. Not to be left out of the Southern Yankees 13 hit barrage was John Ramos who clubbed 3 hits and Joe Darelli who along with Hugo Guttierrez smacked 2 hits apiece. All in all a fabulous statement win for the Southern Yankees as we MEASURE OURSELVES AGAINST one of the top teams in the league and the former top team in our division. We police our own team and always have respect for our opponents. The Southern Yankees win and lose with graciousness each and every week.( Unlike Richard Shermans outburst after the game to his 49ers opponent yesterday and to Tom Brady in a previous game.) Some teams do not always do that and the only way to counter that is to beat them. I am convinced that Peyton Manning will take defensive back Sherman to school & read the Seattle defenses mail and do a big favor for Tom Brady and Micheal Crabtree along with many other fans. The MMG team is loaded with young live arms and I am sure Manager Roberto will straighen out what he needs to & that is their business. We took care of OUR business on the field as I am sure all of you get the message being conveyed.. A great win and we look forward to the remaining schedule of games & opponents coming up. STAY THIRSTY MY FRIENDS!
Monstruos Lose Big
by Monster Mini Golf Monstruos (Senior Division)
Los Monstruos, were excited to play another game at the beautiful Lynn University baseball field. So excited they showed up at 7:30am 2 hours before game time. With hours of BP, and Pre-Game the Monstruos, as always, felt very confident going into the game, but just like in approaching women, confidence doesn’t always equal success. A tight game headed into the sixth turned into a blowout when the Yankees struck for 2 3-run home runs. With respect, hustle, and teamwork the Yankees were able to win today, While the Monstruos had the exact opposite. From the start of the game they’re was arguing, bickering, and complaining coming from the Monstruos. This distraught behavior was headed by Manager Roberto, who was almost thrown out of the game on several occasions. This game, by far, is the worse game in Monstruo history. Taking nothing away from the Yankees who played great the entire game. All in all, it looks like the Monstruos young age, and inexperience caught up to them once again. On another note, I Roberto Barrabes, want to apologize to the Southern Yankees, The Umpires, and to the game of baseball. The way we handled ourselves today was unacceptable and it shall be dealt with.
|Miami Black Bats (Senior Division)||20|
|Miami Cardinals (Senior Division)||5||Black Bats play great .|
Black Bats play great .
by Miami Cardinals (Senior Division)
Another great game pitched by Alex Dickson and Very good offensive from Miami Black Bats. was a good game until the fifth , later in the innin six and seven , the offensive of the Black Bats and seven error by the Cardinals made the ugly score.
|Miami Blues (Senior Division)||7||LOZANO BLASTS MONARCHS|
|Perrine Monarchs (Senior Division)||6||Monarchs blow lead|
LOZANO BLASTS MONARCHS
by Miami Blues (Senior Division)
In what was the second Senior division Dade showdown the Blues prevailed. The Blues went out in order in the top of the first. In the bottom of the first Chaz hit a Home Run with 2 outs. 1-0 Perrine. In the bottom of the 2nd Perrine led off with 2 infield hits and scored another run. 2-0 Perrine. The Blues didn’t get their first hit until the 4th inning when Perrine’s pitcher lost the strike zone. 4 walks later we were tied at 2-2 when up steps Jeff Steiner with the bases loaded. Jeff cleared the bases with a 3 RBI double in the left center field gap. Score 5-2 Blues. In the bottom of the 5th Perrine led off with back to back singles and with 2 outs hit a triple. Score 5-4 Blues. Perrine would scratch out another run in the 6th to tie the game at 5-5. The drama now unfolds. Perrine got a run in the bottom of the 8th and took the lead 6-5 going to the top of the 9th. The Blues were 3 outs away from their first loss of the season. We were hitless again from the 5th-8th inning. In the top of the 9th William Dorsey led off with a single. One out later up steps Brent Lozano. Brent hits a fastball long and far over the left field wall for a dramatic ESPN Highlight type hit giving the Blues a come from behind victory 7-6 over Perrine. Wow couldn’t get any more exciting. Thanks Brent……Next up the Black Bats
Monarchs blow lead
by Perrine Monarchs (Senior Division)
Monarchs had the lead going into the top of the ninth but the Blues solidified Yogi’s saying It ain’t over till it’s over. Congrats to the Blues for hanging tough and pulling this one off. It was a great game which Monarchs pitcher Sean Dyer showed why he is an Ace.
|South Florida Beach Bums (Senior Division)||19||Bums defeat shorthanded Indians|
|Broward Indians (Senior Division)||0|
Bums defeat shorthanded Indians
by South Florida Beach Bums (Senior Division)
The Beach Bums improved to a 6-2 record after scoring 19 runs on 21 hits against the shorthanded Broward Indians. The game was called after 6-innings. Jeff Adams and Samori Garvin led the Bums offense. Both went 3-4 with a double and 2 RBIs. Adams scored a run and Garvin crossed home plate three times. The Bums pitching staff continued to do well. Michael Jordan (4 IP, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 H, 0 BB, 8 K), Nick Kautz (1 IP, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 H, 0 BB, 2 K) and Rickey Pierre II (1 IP, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 H, 0 BB, 3 K) recorded 72% of outs on strikeouts.
|South Florida Reds (Senior Division)||20||Reds win big….|
|Deerfield White Sox (Senior Division)||5|
Reds win big….
|Miramar Rangers (Masters Division)||20||Rangers Power Past The Nationals|
|Dade Nationals (Masters Division)||19|
The Rangers played a very strong Nationals team this sunday. Rick Cabello took the mound on sunday but was pulled out in the 2nd due to arm problems. With the two aces Jaime and Albert out for this game due to injuries,the call went out to Fernando Urtiaga who showed the heart of a lion and pitched the remainder of the game. The Rangers were trailing the Nationals all game and down by 5 runs in their last at bats, the fireworks started. Matt Goodnow would start things off with a 2 run blast over the right field fence and then JM King would come to the plate with the bases loaded and hit a Grand Slam to put the Rangers up for good. Great game this sunday by both teams, the game had a little bit of everything in it.
|South Florida Dodgers (Masters Division)||1|
|Dade Tigers (Masters Division)||11||Tigers pitching was the difference in this one|
Tigers pitching was the difference in this one
by Dade Tigers (Masters Division)
Tigers welcomed back their Ace Ryan Paylor who was out since week one with a dislocated thumb. Paylor pitched 4 innings striking out 7 of the 15 batters he faced and only gave up 2 hits, 1 walk and 0 earned runs. Alain Hernandez came in on relief and in 4 innings of work he also struck out 7 of the 18 batters he faced giving up 1 hit, 2 walks and 0 ER. At the plate the bats got going with the help of lead of man Jorge Castellanos who hit a double of the wall on the first pitch he saw. That was followed up by Tigers 3rd baseman Garvi Arias going 5-5 with 3 doubles, 2 RBI, and 3 runs scored. The onslaught did not stop there! Tigers pitcher Alain Hernandez helped himself out by going 4-5 with 1 HR, 2 Runs scored, 4 RBI’s, and Tigers catcher Danger Villalobos followed that performance by going 3-4 with a 3 Run HR of his own, 1 Run scored and 4 RBI’s. The Tigers will get ready to face the Palm Beach Angels in game with major playoff implications. The Tigers are hungry for this rematch after they fell to the Angels in their first meeting 11-12 in extra innings. Should be a good!
|Broward Black Sox (Masters Division)||10|
|Florida Yankees (Masters Division)||5||What a game!|
What a game!
by Florida Yankees (Masters Division)
It was a great game until the 8th inning when the Black Sox took off due to defensive errors by Yankees. We will see each other again in two weeks!
|Magic City Red Sox (Masters Division)||1||Cold Day, Cold Bats|
|Palm Beach Angels (Masters Division)||11||Angels Fold Sox|
Cold Day, Cold Bats
by Magic City Red Sox (Masters Division)
The Magic City Red Sox of Miami, representing Broward, degenerate gamblers, and parts yet unknown, fell victim to a good ol’ fashioned shellacking. After a 1st inning that featured more defensive miscues than the past three games combined, the Halos took the lead for good. A solo homer by Javy Rosario would be the only highlight that got us off the schneid with a scrap of dignity. The Angels are clearly the team to beat in the division.
Angels Fold Sox
by Palm Beach Angels (Masters Division)
The Palm Beach Angels of Coconut Creek (representing greater Fort Lauderdale) remained undefeated with an 11-1 win over the Magic City Red Sox. Jose Estevez pitched a complete game five hitter for the Halos. A two run double by Juan Gonzalez, as part of a first inning four run rally, gave the Angels all the runs that they would need.