Premier Division

Miami Dodgers (Premier Division) 0  
Coral Gables Athletics (Premier Division) 9  

Senior Division

Dade Diamondbacks (Senior Division) 1 Bad experience
Perrine Monarchs (Senior Division) 16  

Diamondbacks Mario Figueredo leadoff double to start the game

Diamondbacks Albert Ulloa double 5th inning


Bad experience
by Dade Diamondbacks (Senior Division)
It was a tough game for The D-Backs today. A double play ended a 1 out, 2 men on threat in the 1st inning for The D-Backs with no runs scoring. The Monarchs scored 6 runs in the 1st, knocking out starter Jay Habacht with his worst career outing. Things didn’t get much better for the D-Backs relievers, as the Monarchs would put up 5 runs in the 2nd and 5 runs in the 3rd for a runaway 16-0 lead. The D-Backs would rally in the 5th inning, putting 3 hits together, but would only plate 1 run and leave the bases loaded for a 16-1 final score.


Deerfield White Sox (Senior Division) 9  
South Florida Reds (Senior Division) 12 Reds Win
Reds Win
by South Florida Reds (Senior Division)
Reds win a tough battle with errors and not much hitting but sill get the job done to stay unbeaten. john chung comes in to pitch and closes door on white sox’s attempt on comeback.


Miami Black Bats (Senior Division) 2  
South Florida Rays (Senior Division) 4 A Monsoon


A Monsoon
by South Florida Rays (Senior Division)
The day started out looking good. The Black Bats jumped to an early lead with One Run in the First and tacked on a second Run Later. The Rays put up Two of there own in the first Another in the fifth. With Seven innings of great pitching from Kevin parsons We held off the Black Bats to only Two Runs. With a Home Run By Juan Nunez in the bottom of the seventh the Stingrays take the Win after the game coming to an early end By Way of A Monsoon.


Miami Brewers (Senior Division) 10 Brewers 3rd straight knockout
Southern Yankees (Senior Division) 0 Top pitcher in league shuts out Southern Yankees


Brewers 3rd straight knockout
by Miami Brewers (Senior Division)
Brewers playing against the Classy Yankees put up a silent 10 runs on the board .Another brilliant performance on the mound from Sean. On the offensive side Sean 3-5 4 Rbis,Izzy 2 mammoth doubles and 2 Rbi’s.Hope to play the Yankees again with a full squad.
Top pitcher in league shuts out Southern Yankees
by Southern Yankees (Senior Division)
The Miami Brewers led by ace Sean Hernandez blanked the Southern Yankees 10 zip. Opponents came in hitting under .200 vs the Brewers flamethrower & that trend continued to play out in this contest. The shorthanded Yankees came out of the dugout flat but were only down 1-0 in the third inning.After starter Franklin Brito developed a sore arm the game changed. The Yankees infield resembled the Bad News Bears team with numerous miscues leading to a benevolent number of unearned runs. Emergency reliever Christian De la Rosa pitched valiantly but our defense was as porous as a paper towel cleaning up a Big Gulp soda spill. Some timely bombs off the fences added to more runs & the game turned into a rout. A pathetic effort defensively especially when our pitcher has to get 5 or 6 outs every inning instead of the customary three. A game to forget as once in a while every team has one of those sub par sloppy eforts. We had a couple of chances to plate some runners early wih the bases loaded but were unable to get the clutch hit. Also the baserunning was unacceptable with two pickoffs to thwart any comeback attempts. Lets move on- It really didnt matter except on the scoreboard as the Southern Yankees bats would be silenced by the Brewers league pitching ace & later in the game by the crafty George Kenham who also mowed down the yankees like a lawnmower @ the golf course. The Southern Yankees were led by the leagues leading hitter Whilmer Flores who stroked 3 hits along with Ray Asmar who clubbed 2 hits for the team. The Yankees only mustered 7 hits total and struck out 8 times against some nasty pitches. Reports of elder statesman Chris Bartzokis retiring were once again premature as he hit the Brewers pitcher well along with Sam Bartoleta who had the only other two hits for the Yankees & was stellar behind the plate once again. We only had 9 show & were missing key players for the game. Appreciate the effort of those who came to play & performed and for those of you who didnt you can go view the movie THE SANDLOT & maybe get a perspective of what the game of baseball is all about. It will be one of the best baseball movies you ever see. Hats off to classy manager George , Benji & the talented Brewers squad & look forward to playing you again later in the season. We think positively to the return of our nucleus of players who were out for this game for various reasons. Our next baseball game is on 7/14 after the bye this week due to the july 4th holiday. Stay thirsty my friends!


Miami Cardinals (Senior Division) 5  
Davie Tigers (Senior Division) 10 Tigers win again on rainy afternoon…


Tigers win again on rainy afternoon…
by Davie Tigers (Senior Division)
Tigers get 2nd win of the season beating Cards 10-5. Threat of rain would hang over most of the game and would finally unload on the field, shortening a good game against the expansion Cardinals. Ray Sanabria would start and get the win, going all 5, allowing only 3 earned, while striking out 4. Ray is starting to get back into form and had his offspeed stuff working, while his battery mate, Sneider Melendez would call a great game behind the plate. Offensively the Tigers would be carried by the return of Batman aka Adam S. and Mr. Anderson aka Andy Botett. Adam would go 3 for 3 with 2 doubles, 3 runs scored and 2 RBI. Andy would go 2 for 3 on the day, with 3 RBI’s. Good to have Mr Anderson back knocking in runs for the Tigers. Good luck on the rest of the season for the Cardinals. They have a good young team and will no doubt be a force for seasons to come. Tigers now keeping fingers crossed that they can play 2 weeks in a row without a rainout!!


Masters Division

Palm Beach Angels (Masters Division) 25 Angels Tax Dodgers
South Florida Dodgers (Masters Division) 2 That is all i have to say about that!


Angels Tax Dodgers
by Palm Beach Angels (Masters Division)
Claude Love homered for the second straight game and Rick Cabello went the distance for his fourth win as the Halos drilled the short staffed, but classy, Dodgers.
That is all i have to say about that!