It was a limited schedule for Father’s Day

Premier Division

Miami Dbacks (Premier Division) 8 Father’s Day, a great one for Baseball
Miami Dodgers (Premier Division) 1  

Father’s Day, a great one for Baseball
by Miami Dbacks (Premier Division)
Beautiful sunny Sunday for Baseball, the Dbacks were in cruise control behind ace Ricky Ibarz (8.0IP,5H,1R,0ER,2BB,15K)and got the 3er W of the young season. Happy Father’s Day!


Senior Division

Davie Tigers (Senior Division) 20 Tigers debut new uniforms and a Win…
Deerfield White Sox (Senior Division) 15  
Ricardo Luna at bat

Tigers Ricardo Luna at bat

Tigers celebrate at plate after Ricardo Luna HR

Tigers celebrate at plate after Ricardo Luna HR


Tigers debut new uniforms and a Win…
by Davie Tigers (Senior Division)
Davie Tigers get back in win column despite sloppy and rusty play. Several weeks of no baseball would show on both sides as both starters seemed to suffer with their command. Tigers would take an early 1-0 lead in the 1st as Jose would lead off inning with the first of many walks for Tigers. Carlos would come up big again with 2 outs, nailing a clutch base hit to right to score Jose. But White Sox would come storming back in the bottom half of the inning, as back to back doubles and a single off of Ray Sanabria would quickly lead to 3 runs. White Sox would score another run as an error in the inning at SS would help to increase their lead. Tigers would score 2 more in the 2nd as the Sox starter would walk 5 in the inning. Tigers would hold the Sox scoreless in the bottom of 2nd, and then jump ahead in the 3rd. Tigers would score 4 that inning aided by more walks and a 2 RBI base hit by Max. Sox would fight back in the third inning by scoring 4 more of their own and chasing Tigers starter, Ray. Max would come in and get out of the inning but Sox would ultimately take the lead that inning. Then in the 4th, Tigers would grab the lead for good. Danny would lead inning off with a walk, and in his 1st at bat of the game, Ricardo Luna would crank a 2 run HR into the trees at Lynn. Tigers would go on to take lead 18-8. That lead would shrink in a hurry as Sox would then drop 7 runs on Tigers to close gap. Tigers would add 2 more insurance runs and Cesar would help seal the win for the Tigers on the mound. Much needed win for Tigers and we look forward to playing better next week…


Manny looks at one down the middle

Whitesox Manny Fernandez

Miami Black Bats (Senior Division) 4  
Perrine Monarchs (Senior Division) 5 Perrine improves to 5-0


Perrine improves to 5-0
by Perrine Monarchs (Senior Division)
7 shutout innings by Chaz Lemoine and 2 timely hits by Anthony Guy helped the Monarchs improve to 5-0. The Black Bats scored 4 in the top of the 8th to tie the game but the Monarchs scored the final run their half of the inning to seal this well played game.


South Florida Rays (Senior Division) 5 500
South Florida Reds (Senior Division) 15 Reds stay out with all there rain outs.


by South Florida Rays (Senior Division)
It was a Nice Fathers Day once again playing Baseball. The Reds took a commanding lead from the start and never looked Back. The Stingrays just could not put the hits together when We needed them and took a loss dropping to 500.
Reds stay out with all there rain outs.
by South Florida Reds (Senior Division)
Well what a good start on fathers day with the red hot reds they continued there hot hitting and there good pitching by there young starters to stay unbeaten in this young season. 2-0


Masters Division

Miramar Rangers (Masters Division) 6 not pretty
Broward Black Sox (Masters Division) 1  

 Black Sox team pic

Palm Beach Angels (Masters Division) 13 Angels Swat Nats
Dade Nationals (Masters Division) 3  


Angels Swat Nats
by Palm Beach Angels (Masters Division)
The Palm Beach Angels of Coconut Creek returned to the win column with a 13-3 rout of the Dade Nationals. Rick Cabello, flashing his more familiar mound form, tossed a complete game for the win. Cabello scattered nine hits. Keith Nicoll, Jose Morales, and Player of the Week candidate Phil Laufman all homered for the Halos. Laufman was four for four with three RBI and nine total bases.