Week 6 reacp 12/8/13

Premier Division

Miami Marlins (Premier Division) 7
Miami Hurricanes (Premier Division) 7

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Miami Dodgers (Premier Division) 1
Coral Gables Athletics (Premier Division) 0

Senior Division

Perrine Monarchs (Senior Division) 9 Monarchs improve to 4-1
Miami Brewers (Senior Division) 5 Brewers lose 1st


Sean Dyer on the mound

Monarchs Sean Dyer on the mound

Geoerge Kenhan wind up

Brewers Geoerge Kenhan wind up

Nick Ginsler wind up

Monarchs Nick Ginsler wind up

 Monarchs improve to 4-1
by Perrine Monarchs (Senior Division)

 It was a well played competitive game as always between the Monarchs and Brewers on a sunny day at West Perrine Park. The game was close until the Monarchs scored 4 runs in the top of the 5th which proved to be enough to preserve the win. Monarchs received solid pitching once again from Nick Ginsler and Sean Dyer. As always, it was good to play against George, Sean, JR, Bengi, Mugsy and the rest of the Brewer squad! Hope all is well with Tom who was hit in the face on a pick off attempt.

 Brewers lose 1st
by Miami Brewers (Senior Division)

 Brewers lose by committing 7 errors and a 3 run HR. We will put this one in the back burner and get back to Brewer baseball nxt week.

Dade Diamondbacks (Senior Division) 13 D-Backs almost let a 9 run lead slip away
Miami Cardinals (Senior Division) 11 Close but not enough
Jeff at bat with ball

Diamondbacks Jeff Bender hit and run RBI base hit to left field

Emilio Borges at bat

Cardinals Emilio Borges at bat

Jeff on deck

Alex Manzano at bat

Cardinals Alex Manzano at bat

D-Backs almost let a 9 run lead slip away
by Dade Diamondbacks (Senior Division)

 It was a bright and sunny day at American High School. The D-Backs would score a run in the 1st, answered by 2 Cardinals runs for a 2-1 Cardinals lead after 1 inning. Neither team scored in the 2nd. The D-Backs put up 2 runs in the 3rd on doubles from David Palma, Gary Rader, and Danny Leon. The Cards would plate 2 unearned runs in the 3rd to keep their lead at 4-3 after 3 innings. The D-Backs would take the lead in the 4th, plating 4 runs on hits from David Palma, Gary Rader, Andy Celaya, and Jeff Bender for a 7-4 D-Backs lead after 4 innings. A successful hit and run by Jeff Bender would plate Jay Habacht in the 5th for an 8-4 lead after 5 innings. The D-Backs would put up 5 runs in the 7th to stretch the lead to 13-4. With time running out, The Cards posted a furious rally, batting around in the 7th inning and scored 7 runs to bring the game to 13-11. With the tying run on 2nd, reliever Mario Figueredo induced a ground ball to 2nd baseman Danny Leon for the final out of the game. Jay Habacht earned the win for The D-Backs – 5 IP, 2 ER. Gary Rader was 2-3, 2 2B, 2 RS, 2 RBI, SAC. David Palma was 2-3, 2B, 2 RS, RBI, 3 SB, BB. Andy Celaya and Jeff Bender each had 2 hits as well. Good game to a scrappy Cardinals team that never gave up!

 Close but not enough
by Miami Cardinals (Senior Division)

 Six and a half Cardinals, the help of the D-Backs and fan support made it possible to enjoy a fun game this Sunday. Jay Habacht pitching a good game as usual. Thanks to Santiago and the D-backs help . From Cardinals good pitching by Emilio Borges and Howard Capote. And thanks to Alex M Jr who play as a catcher today. Thanks to Carlos and Kudos to every player, good game Cardinals.

Davie Tigers (Senior Division) 2 Tigers bats go cold in December…
Monster Mini Golf Monstruos (Senior Division) 4 Monstrous Beat The Team To Beat!
Ray Sanabria windup

Tigers Ray Sanabria windup

Alec Sanchez at 3rd

Monstruos Alec Sanchez at 3rd

Bory Rios

Monstruos Bory Rios

Brian de la Nuez on the mound

Monstruos Brian de la Nuez on the mound

Luis Grullon lays down a bunt

Monstruos Luis Grullon lays down a bunt

Tigers bats go cold in December…
by Davie Tigers (Senior Division)

 In what would be the Tigers first true test of the season, the Tigers could not get anything done offensively against the solid Monstrous pitchers. It also didn’t help that 3 of the Tigers best hitters were not available for this critical matchup. But that is no excuse as The Tigers would leave 6 runners on base through the 1st 3 innings alone. Ray was solid on the mound, really only allowing 2 ER. Defensively, there were several good plays from both teams. Kevin would make a nifty diving play at SS to end a Monstrous scoring threat in the 2nd. Also in that inning, Mike would team up with Chayanne for a 5-3-2 double play to nail the speedy Bory Rios at the plate. Then in the 6th, Gustavo would head all the way to the wall in CF to track down a hard line shot, and keep the game close. Then in the 7th, the defensive play of the game would come form the Monstrous, as the Tigers would score a quick run. Sal would double to lead off the inning and score off of a Mike Orris RBI single. Mike would eventually move to third, and Ricardo would come up in a big spot. Ricardo would jump all over a fast ball for an absolute missile, but the Monstrous SS would make a diving snare while being drawn in on the infield! Both teams really showed how the game is supposed to be played with quality pitching and defense, and Tigers look forward to playing the Monstrous again at full strength.

 Monstrous Beat The Team To Beat!
by Monster Mini Golf Monstruos (Senior Division)

 The Davie Tigers came into this game Undefeated, atop the sfbl standings. The Monstruos however have lost a game, but the lost to them is spoke about as a fluke. To them it is something that should of never happened, something that will never happen again. The Monstruos are finally locked in, and now after beating the top team in the SFBL in a hard fought game, they feel as if they have now proven they are the best of the best. Led once again by Bory Rios who struck out 9 in 5 innings collected the win. He also went 3 for 4 with yet again another triple his 6’th of the season. Alec Sanchez came in the clutch twice bringing in the go ahead run in the 6’th and an insurance run in the 8’th. Brian De La Nuez or shall I say Uehara, came in once again, and shut the door in the ninth for his league leading 3’rd save. All in all great hard fought game by both teams. Don’t forget to stop by Monster mini golf for the Mini Golf experience of your lifetime. Also are you in need of car?? Rapid Rate Auto has the best prices in south florida.

Deerfield White Sox (Senior Division) 6 Winston pitches complete game for the W
Southern Yankees (Senior Division) 3  

Winston pitches complete game for the W
by Deerfield White Sox (Senior Division)

 The Deerfield White Sox finally played a game where the defensive errors were kept below double digits. The highlight of the game was the pitching by Winston who wiggled out of trouble time and time again, getting outs after the errors that were made. That’s really what pitching is all about. The other notables of the game were Juan Vene who made it safely on base on every at bat and Mike Clark who blasted a solo HR to provide some slight cushion in the late innings. Great game by the Southern Yankees, our baseballs just happened to land between the lines a few more times in key spots than yours, Franklin pitched extremely well also. See you guys around…

 by Southern Yankeees (Senior Division)

 The Southern Yankees bats were shut down by the Deerfield White Sox in a well pitched game by both hurlers. A few well placed hits were the difference and Mike Clark of the WhiteSox was a monster at the plate with his perfect swing. The Southern Yankees were held to only 5 hits but played well defensively. Sam Bartoletta made it look effortless with his gun by throwing out would be Sox base stealers from his knees. Frank Crupi made some stellar plays with the glove at first and all around we just didnt get the big hit when the opportunity presented itself. The Southern Yankees had numerous setups to break the game open but White Sox hurler Winston was dificult to solve on the mound and struck out 7 Southern Yankees batters in a close contest. Anthony Tomasi led the muted offense with 2 hits . we look forward to getting our full squad together next time we meet. Steve Wulf you and your team have a lot of class & talent and we wish you well for the rest of the season. W e have a bye this week & return to action in Weston on 12/22. Stay thirsty my friends!

Miami Black Bats (Senior Division) 5  
Miami Blues (Senior Division) 11 BLUES BEAT BATS


by Miami Blues (Senior Division)

 Christmas came early for the Blues. We scored 6 runs on only 3 hits in the 2nd inning. We never looked back and cruised to an 11-5 victory. Billy Zoffinger hit a single and a double, scored 2 runs and had an RBI. Brent Lozano had a 2 for 3 day with 2 runs scored and 2 RBI. Ray Tolmos had 2 hits with 2 RBI. Felix Monserrate was 2 for 3 with a run scored and an RBI and James Giordano was 2 for 3 with an RBI. Kenny Tyson was the winning pitcher going 5 innings giving up only 1 earned run. The Bats have a good team and are a nice group of guys. I’m sure they will make a playoff run.


South Florida Beach Bums (Senior Division) 1
South Florida Reds (Senior Division) 0

Masters Division

South Florida Dodgers (Masters Division) 8  
Broward Black Sox (Masters Division) 10 late rally save us!!!

late rally save us!!!
by Broward Black Sox (Masters Division)

 losing 8-3 in bottom of the 7 we score 7 and were lucky to hold off a good dodgers team. we need to come ready to play guys. good game dodgers.

Magic City Red Sox (Masters Division) 7 9th inning thriller
Dade Nationals (Masters Division) 7  

9th inning thriller
by Magic City Red Sox (Masters Division)

 Nationals starting pitcher kept us off-balance with a heavy dose of curve balls and off-speed pitches. Terrible defense contributed to an early 7-1 deficit. Carlos C., the star of the game, pitched 4 scoreless innings in relief to stop the bleeding. In the 9th, the Red Sox would go on to score 6 runs to tie it, and nearly won it if not for a a shoestring catch by the the left fielder. Thanks to the pitch/catch duo of the Jays, and Alex for once again bringing the lumber to seal the tie in the 9th.

Dade Tigers (Masters Division) 13 Tigers Win!
Miramar Rangers (Masters Division) 4 Rangers Falter Again

Tigers Win!
by Dade Tigers (Masters Division)

 The Tigers exploded for 8 hits and 6 runs in the top of the 1st and never looked back. Jorge Castellanos really set the tempo at the lead off spot by going 4-5 which set the table for the Tigers 2 thru 7 hitters. Tigers 2 thru 7 went a combined 18 for 26 with 5 doubles and 11 runs. The biggest contributor in that bunch was Tigers catcher Danger Villalobos who broke out of slump by going 4-4 with 2 doubles, 4 RBI, and 2 runs scored. Other notable performances for the Tigers: Rene Orovio 2-5 with 2 2B, 2R, RBI. Angel Estevez 2-5 with 3RBI, 2R, 1SB. Garvi Arias 4-5 with 2R, RBI. Duane Medina 2-3 with 2R, RBI. Eddy Castellanos 1-4 with 3RBI. And Jonathan Silva 3-4 with 2 doubles. The Rangers are a good team that had some timely miscues which the Tigers were able to convert into runs. Nonetheless it was a fun game against a great group of guys! We look forward to the next time we meet up. Also, on behalf of the Masters division All Stars I would like to give a special thanks to Rangers Manager Felipe Florentino who took the time out of his day to come manage the All Star team last sunday, he did a great job…thank you!

 Rangers Falter Again
by Miramar Rangers (Masters Division)

 The Rangers can’t seem to get it together on the field, many errors again contibuted to this loss. On a positive note we saw Albert Gonzalez get his swing back with a couple of hits and the warrior behind the plate Miguel Adrian who had a 3-3 day at the plate off good Tiger pitching.Congrats to the Tigers on a well played game, the Tigers are a team to watch this season they are strong and hungry.

Florida Yankees (Masters Division) 0 Good game Angels….[More]
Palm Beach Angels (Masters Division) 12 Halos Whitewash Pinstripes

Halos Whitewash Pinstripes
by Palm Beach Angels (Masters Division)

 The Palm Beach Angels of Coconut Creek (representing greater Fort Lauderdale) shut out the Florida Yankees, 12-0, behind the complete game performance of Alvaro Gomez. Scattering five singles and issuing one walk, Gomez dominated the capable Yankee lineup with a 14 strikeout effort. Gomez also contributed with the bat crushing a home run and a double and driving in five runs. Anthony DeFilippis led the Angels with three hits. Rob Kuester and Jamie Siragusa added two hits each. In other news, lemon-lime Gatorade is green.