|Miami Marlins (Premier Division)
|Coral Gables Athletics (Premier Division)
|Miami Red Sox (Premier Division)
|Red Sox win thriller
|Miami Brewers (Senior Division)
|Brewers lose pitchers duo
Red Sox win thriller
by Miami Red Sox (Premier Division)
For the third game in a row, the Miami Red Sox found themselves in a 1-0 ballgame in the sixth/seventh inning. Red Sox ace Cory Casuso was back to form pitching five innings of shutout ball and driving in a run with a line drive base hit. Not to be outdone, Sean Hernandez struck out 13 sox batters. Adam Acosta added three innings of shutout ptiching for the Red Sox before closer David Espinosa gave up an RBI triple to Bryan Probst in the bottom of the ninth to make it a 2-1 ballgame with man on third an no outs. However, the Sox closer retired the side after that to give the starving Red Sox their first win of the season.
Brewers lose pitchers duel
by Miami Brewers (Premier Division)
On a beautiful day to play baseball the Brewers and Red Sox played a crossover game in which Sean Hernandez from the Brewers and Corey from the Red Sox did not allow a run until the 7th inning. 1-0 entering the top 9th the Brewers allowed another run and resulted in a 2-1 loss. Great pitching performance by Sean striking out 13 in 9 innings.
|Miami Reds (Premier Division)
|Miami Dodgers (Premier Division)
|Miami Black Bats (Senior Division)
|Dade Diamondbacks (Senior Division)
|It was a bright and clear day …[More]
It was a bright and clear day at Flamingo Park. The Black Bats came out hot, as their 1st 4 batters reached base, scoring 2 runs, highlighted by Alex Dickson’s double to right center. The D-Backs responded with 4 runs in the 1st on RBI hits from Brandon Prater and David Palma. The next 3 innings was a scoreless pitcher’s duel between D-Backs Mario Figueredo and Black Bats Duanni Losada for a D-Backs 4-2 lead after 4 innings. The D-Backs would put 4 runs on the board in the 5th to stretch the lead to 8-2. The Black Bats closed the gap in the 6th for a D-Backs lead of 8-6. As time was running out in the 7th inning, The D-Backs scored another 3 runs for a final score of 11-6. D-Backs starter Mario Figueredo pitched well, 5 IP, 4 K. Bob Villalona and David Palma (save) each pitched a flawless inning to preserve the win. Jay Habacht, Brandon Prater, Mario Figueredo, and David Palma each had 2 hits in the win.
|South Florida Reds (Senior Division)
|Davie Tigers (Senior Division)
|Tigers get win to stay in the hunt…
Big win for the Tigers over the Reds to stay in the playoff hunt. Tempers would flare throughout in what would be a contentious game with playoff implications for both teams. With several players out for the Tigers, it would take a complete team effort by those that showed up for the crucial win. Ray Sanabria would get the start and give up 2 quick runs in the 1st. But the Tigers would answer back with 7 runs in the bottom of the 1st led by RBI hits from Sal, Gustavo, Andy and Chayanne. The Reds would get one back in the 2nd inning, but the Tigers would keep pace with 2 more runs. Sal would start things off with a single, Ricardo would follow with a single, and the red hot Gustavo Bordones would double to the gap for another RBI. The Reds would tack on another run in the 4th with a solo shot off of Ray. In the bottom of the 4th the Tigers would add 4 more runs, getting RBI hits from Marcel and Cesar to lead the way. The Reds would battle back in the 5th, getting 3 runs, but Ray would wiggle out of a jam to end the threat. The Tigers would erupt for 6 more runs in the 5th, getting a bases loaded hit by Coach Carnevale, a 2 RBI double by Sal, and a 3 run HR by Gustavo. Sal and Gustavo would carry the Tigers, each with 3 hits and accounting for 8 RBI’s on the day! Ray would come out to start the 6th, but would give up 2 quick hits. Big C would come in relief and end the rally, striking out 4 in less than 2 innings of work, sealing the win for the Tigers.
|Perrine Monarchs (Senior Division)
|Monarch’s improve to 8-3
|Miami Cardinals (Senior Division)
|Beautifull day to play Baseball
Monarch’s improve to 8-3
by Perrine Monarchs (Senior Division)
It was a great day for baseball at West Perrine Park. The Monarchs received solid pitching and consistent offense. It was fun playing against the Cardinals who as always give it their all.
Beautifull day to play Baseball
by Miami Cardinals (Senior Division)
Thank you to the guests Juancito Caldera, Rick Hdez & Ramirez Kudos to Alex, Howard,Dave,Jeffrey,Emilio and Julio. Perrine Monarchs play great as always, solid offense and very fast players. good game Monarchs.
|South Florida Beach Bums (Senior Division)
|Bums survive and clinch Broward Division Championship
|Broward Indians (Senior Division)
Bums survive and clinch Broward Division Championship
by South Florida Beach Bums (Senior Division)
The Bums held off to defeat the Indians 18-11 and clinch the top spot in the Broward Division. The Indians kept battling back in a game that was much closer than the score would indicate. The game, which was called after 8-innings, was only a 1-run game through 7 innings. Every time the Bums would pull ahead, the Indians would come back and make it a close game again. Nick Kempen earned the win in relief and belted his first HR of the season, a solo shot in the 7th inning.
|Southern Yankees (Senior Division)
|Southern Yankees play complete all around game
|Deerfield White Sox (Senior Division)
Southern Yankees play complete all around game
by Southern Yankees (Senior Division)
The Southern Yankees played a complete all around baseball game and cruised over the Deerfield White Sox 12-4 on an absolutely fabulous 75 degree beautiful blue sky day at new venue Sugar Sand Park. Franklin Brito went the distance giving up only 3 earned runs to get the victory. Brito wiggled his way out of jams with the help of a spectacular airborne catch in center field by Eric Judd who layed out in mid air and snow cone’d a bomb hit in the gap. Page Six has reported that ESPN is looking for the tape of the play for viewing. Chris Bartzokis made a tumbling sprawling catch also in left field as the team got great piching, defense and hitting which all but assures a victory. All in all the Southern yANKEES played flawless defense until a meaningless error in the infield in the 9th inning. Hector Perez and Keith Litwak flashed some serious satelite leather in the infield to keep the White Sox off the basepaths. Ken Silberling led the Southern Yankees attack with three hits and Joe Darelli and Eric Judd smacked two hits apiece. Hugo Gutierrez played flawlessly at 3B and drove in two runs along with Judd. The big blow came from Hector Perez who’s bases loaded double cleared the bases and broke the game wide open.Chris Bartzokis was on base 4 times and Sam Bartoletta called all the right pitches and was on base 3 times. The Southern Yankees scattered 13 hits along with 8 free passes to score double digit runs again. 8 of the 10 Southern Yankees batters in the lineup got hits and it would have been 9 if 3rd base coach Skip hadn’t gotten in the number 5 hitters earhole & head early & often throughout the game and rendered him useless. Its like old times again in the Southern Yankees dugout! But every game different players have stepped up. Those of us that delivered in earlier season games were picked up this time by teammates today who all of a sudden have gotten hot bats and indeed at the right time. This remains a team game and the Southern Yankees knew they had to step up without Reidy and John Ramos in the lineup. But the cast of characters delivered -especially Kenny Silberling who has regained his nasty form and is terrorizing opposing pitching staffs. Frank Crupi had a confidence building big at bat against the young flamethrower from the White sox and lined a bullet thru the hole on an 0-2 pitch to drive in a run. Each and every one of you will have to continue to pick up your teammates as we seek the final playoff spot. The rotation of clutch performers on this talented & deep Southern Yankees roster will have to continue to play out in the coming final game if we are to reach the playoffs. We now see what happens when we have balance in the lineup and not rely exclusively on our big sluggers each & every game to produce. A fantastic win and we look for the return of some of our missing parts this coming Sunday at Lynn University field. Hats off to Player/Manager Manny and Steve Wulf and the entire White sox squad. You have a monster in CF/P Will with his Sturm Ruger pistol for an arm. He has huge upside & should be starting on the mound for a look see along with shortstop Jordan pitching a few innings- you should easily win your next games. We wish you the best whatever you do and you play the game right. The Southern Yankees look to remain in the playoff hunt as they face the always tough and archrival Davie Tigers . Ray Sanabria has been a consistent Yankees killer for some time with his assortment of moving pitches and sneaky fastball so our team will look forward to the challenge this coming week against the crafty veteran & the Manager Dave Carnavales tough Tiger squad. We look forward to the opportunity after winning 4 of our last 5 games to get the chance to possibly secure a playoff spot and continue this fun exciting season. STAY THIRSTY MY FRIENDS!
|Dade Tigers (Masters Division)
|Tigers Advance to Playoffs!
|Miramar Rangers (Masters Division)
|Dade Nationals (Masters Division)
|Magic City Red Sox (Masters Division)
|Sox lose magic touch
Sox lose magic touch
by Magic City Red Sox (Masters Division)
A pitching duel well into the late innings, the Sox wasted a potential no-hitter with bad defense, errant throws, and a punchless lineup. Nationals played very well. Happy they got off the schneid.
|Florida Yankees (Masters Division)
|Palm Beach Angels (Masters Division)
|Angels Clinch Flag
by Florida Yankees (Masters Division)
Good pitching by both teams. Game decided by Home Runs!
Angels Clinch Flag
by Palm Beach Angels (Masters Division)
The Palm Beach Angels of Coconut Creek (representing greater Fort Lauderdale) wrapped up the division’s regular season pennant with a hard fought 5-1 win over the Florida Yankees. Alvaro Gomez pitched a complete game five hitter, striking out 12 and walking one, for the Halos. The Angels only managed eight hits, but two of them left the yard. Ryan Scott’s two run home run in the first gave Gomez all of the run support he would need. After an RBI single in the third by Anthony DeFilippis gave the Angels some breathing room, a two run blast by Keith Nicoll provided the Halos with some insurance. The same two teams appear destined to meet in the semi-final round of the playoffs.