Senior League Action
Giants 13, Phillies 0
The D’Agostino Deli Giants defeated the Sports Etc. Phillies 13-0. Elias Sachs picked up the victory pitching four innings and allowing two hits while striking out five. Johnny Piggott pitched two innings and allowed one hit while striking out three to close out the game. Danny Slebodnick was the offensive star for the Giants with three hits, while driving in four runs. Sachs also had three hits and drove in three runs to help his own cause. The Giants utilized three Braves call-ups, as Jonathon Alves and Stephen Vaccarello had hits while Richard McIsaac added two hits and two RBIs.
Intermediate League Action
Rockies 4, Braves 3
The Harris Plumbing and Heating Rockies defeated the Foodmaster Braves 4-3 in a game that featured strong defense by both teams. David O'Brien pitched four solid innings for the Rockies, and Jackson Foster pitched three for the save. Foster also scored two runs and went 3-4, including a double, and he made a number of plays at short. Zach Clark hit a clutch two-out two-run double in the third to bring in the Rockies' third and fourth runs.
Garth McSweeney consistently threw strikes for the Braves, and gave up four runs. Jonathan Alves pitched four scoreless innings in relief. McSweeney played impressively at shortstop catching a number of pop-ups and throwing out several runners at first.
The game ended on a long drive by Alves to center field which was hauled in by Rockies' outfielder Jarett Karp.
A’s 6, Rockies 4
The Got Books A's had another tough game against the Harris Plumbing and Heating Rockies but squeaked out a 6-4 win. Mike Largenton went the distance striking out 12 and allowing only five hits. Jim Doherty kept it close going three-plus innings giving up five runs. Henry Feinstein came in during the middle of the fourth and put an end to an Athletics rally giving up one run over two innings with three strikeouts. The Rockies offense was led by Feinstein, two singles, two runs and a walk, and Connor Wells, two-run single. Doherty, single, walk and a run scored, and Zach Clark, single, rounded out the offense. For the Athletics, Matt Beirne and Anthony Buscemi each had two hits, and Largenton helped his own cause with a long run scoring double to deep center. John Dellano singled to round out the hitting for the A's. Michael Lynch played strong behind the dish for the A's and also scored twice to go with three walks. Rory Liddy also got his first RBI of the season that gave the A'S a 3-2 lead.