Premier Division

Coral Gables Athletics (Premier Division) 6 A’s Avenge Early Season Loss
Miami Hurricanes (Premier Division) 1  


A’s Avenge Early Season Loss
by Coral Gables Athletics (Premier Division)
The A’s avenged an earlier season loss to the Canes with a 6-1 win on Sunday. Behind 9 hits and a strong start by Alex Arteaga, the A’s improved to 8-3 and a tie for 2nd place in the Premier Division with one game left versus the Canes before heading into the playoffs. Arteaga ended up going 6 strong innings, striking out 4 and giving up an unearned run to improve to 3-1 on the season with a 1.10 ERA. Ulpi Puente and Siby Vizoso pitched the final 2 innings to secure the win. Offensively, the A’s were led by Albert Jardines who continued his hot hitting of late with a 2-3 performance with an RBI and 2 runs scored. 7 other A’s had hits on Sunday including Carlos Alvarez who smoked a double to RF. All in all, it was a great win for the A’s who are on a 3 game winning streak and looking to end the season strong.


Miami Hurricanes (Premier Division) 8  
Miami Dodgers (Premier Division) 12 Dodgers are back!


Miami Red Sox (Premier Division) 3 This was 0-0 midway through the game
Miami Dbacks (Premier Division) 8  
Dbacks pitcher Ricky Ibarz

Dbacks pitcher Ricky Ibarz


Red Sox Angel Rodriguez RBI double

Red Sox Angel Rodriguez RBI double


This was 0-0 midway through the game
by Miami Red Sox (Premier Division)
Can’t win with 16 strikeout – DBacks starter, Ricky Ibarz dominated early and often versus a lackluster Sox offense.






Senior Division

Davie Tigers (Senior Division) 5  
Dade Diamondbacks (Senior Division) 20 D-Backs overcome early 5 run deficit

 D-Backs Xavier Ubiera 2 run homerun 1st inning

 D-Backs Ricky Rodriguez leadoff double 2nd inning

 D-Backs Mario Figueredo follows Ricky’s double with an RBI double of his own

 D-Backs back to back to back doubles – Larry Hernandez with another RBI double

 D-Backs Mario Figueredo 2 RBI triple 4th inning

Ivan homerun 2nd

D-Backs Ivan Asension homers in the 1st inning

Ricky slides in to home with ball


Ray Sanabria wind up

Tigers pitcher Ray Sanabria

mound meeting 2nd


D-Backs overcome early 5 run deficit
by Dade Diamondbacks (Senior Division)
It was a hot and humid day at Cypress Bay High school. It would lightly rain at times, but the game was not impacted by the rain. New pitcher Chris Rivero started on the mound for The D-Backs. The Tigers came out in the top of the 1st as if they were shot out of a cannon. They would score 5 runs on 5 hits before the 1st out of the game was recorded. Reliever Mario Figueredo came in and pitched well for The D-Backs, stopping the bleeding for a 5-0 early lead for The Tigers. Fortunately, The D-Backs’ offense also came out in high gear in the 1st and put up 5 runs as well on 5 hits, including a homerun by Xavier Ubiera, knocking out Tigers starter Ray Sanabria with only 1 out in the inning. The Tigers did not score in the 2nd inning. The D-Backs would put up another 5 runs in the 2nd for a 10-5 lead on 3 consecutive doubles by Ricky Rodriguez, Mario Figueredo, and Larry Hernandez, then a homerun by Ivan Asension. The D-Backs would go on to score 2 in the 3rd, 6 in the 4th, and 2 in the 5th for a 20-5 final score in 5 innings. It was a balanced effort for The D-Backs, with 12 players scoring at least 1 run. Mario Figueredo, Andy Chavarriaga and Ivan Asension each had 3 hits on the day. Good game to Coach Carnevale and the classy Tigers.


Deerfield White Sox (Senior Division) 16 Juan Vene Starts & Finishes
Miami Cardinals (Senior Division) 12  


Juan Vene Starts & Finishes
by Deerfield White Sox (Senior Division)
The White Sox offense came out of the gate putting up 7 runs in the first inning and totaled out at 16 before it was all said and done. The surprise of the game was that the starter Juan Vene had to be brought back on the mound in order to ensure the W. Juan gave up a total of four earned runs and came back in at the bottom of the eight to preserve the 4 run lead as the pesky cardinal hitters were giving the bullpen fits. If there is a starting pitcher looking to be the anchor on the mound we could sure use one….good game cards!


Miami Black Bats (Senior Division) 17 Are you kidding?
Southern Yankees (Senior Division) 16 We came up on the short end. …[More]


Are you kidding?
We came up on the short end. this was definately a slugfest between two old rivals. An exiting game with a lot of offense by the Miami Black bats & the Southern Yankees. Pitching was at a premium in this contest, the Southern Yankees had 16 hits and the Black Bats 21 in an offensive contest that went down to the last at bat. the outcome of the game could have been in our favor if we caught a a hit or two in the holes preventing a couple runs. not many miscues, sharp well placed hits by both teams and a nail biting finish made this an enjoyable game to be part of. six of the Southern Yankees hitters had multiple hits with Hugo Gutierez going 3-3 and a big double. John Ramos was 3-4 with 4 rbi and a HR as he has returned to form after injuries had limited his season. Sam MVP Bartoletta slugged a mammoth HR also to lead the Southern Yankees attack. The team showed its usual fortitude and fighting spirit throuhout the game especially in the last inning.. down 17-11 late in the contest the Southern Yankees scored 5 times to make the score 17-16 after numerous clutch hits and ABs. Hugo, Reidy & Ramos doubled in that inning and with the bases loaded and a chance to win the game on the line a strikeout ended the slugfest which left the Southern Yankees one run short of a fantastic comeback. A dissapointing loss which ends our playoff hopes but another fun game as always played against the Black bats. It was exiting to the last pitch. submitted by Jerry Wichert southern yankees



Perrine Monarchs (Senior Division) 8 Good game…
South Florida Reds (Senior Division) 4  

Masters Division

Dade Nationals (Masters Division) 1  
Broward Black Sox (Masters Division) 11 great pitching and great D


Florida Yankees (Masters Division) 5  
Miramar Rangers (Masters Division) 12 Rangers Win

 Miramar Rangers Tony Sanchez infield single

Miramar Rangers Fernando Urtiaga 2 RBI double

Yankee pitcher with ballYankee pitcher with ball 2nd


Rangers pitcher with ballhandshakes


Rangers Win
by Miramar Rangers (Masters Division)
Rangers win 12 to 5 against the Florida Yankees, let’s keep the good work!! Go Rangers!


Palm Beach Angels (Masters Division) 16 Halos Hold Off Pesky Dodgers
South Florida Dodgers (Masters Division) 11  


Halos Hold Off Pesky Dodgers
by Palm Beach Angels (Masters Division)
The Palm Beach Angels of Coconut Creek (representing Greater Fort Lauderdale) took another step towards clinching the Masters Division pennant with a hard fought, 16-11 win over the never say die South Florida Dodgers. Will Young led the Halos with four hits and five runs scored. Jose Morales also had four hits. Paul Tunink, Jesus Rivera, and Jamie Siragusa added three hits each. Siragusa drove in four runs. Alvaro Gomez had a home run and three RBI. The Dodgers were led by the all around great play of player of the week candidate Lee Gonzalez and the yeoman pitching of Carlos Pandolfo. Gonzalez went four for four and made several outstanding plays at third base.