Scorecard: June 6

June 6, 2012


American League

Angels 9, Yankees 3 - The Angels rotation of Reed Thompson, David Kopriva, Abe Murphy, Spencer Whitlock and Tyler Kaiser helped hold their Yankee opponents to record their first victory. Will Baran, Jason Flynn and Whitlock each had a double. Thompson, Kopriva, Baran, Whitlock, Kaiser and Flynn all contributed singles. Nick Bartholf, Carter Crouch and Murphy walked. Baran amazed the crowd with a fly-out catch and a throw to Frank Fee at first making a double play on an all-too-eager Yankee runner.

Orioles 8, Tigers 2 - The Orioles opened the season on a strong note, notching a solid win against a feisty Tigers team. Oriole pitching was outstanding as Jamey Squier, Tyler White, Taylor Williams, Oliver Clausen, Carson Dodge and Michael Erickson combined to strike out 16 Tigers through seven innings. David Yanny sparked the offense by scoring the first run of the season in the fourth inning. Logan Reimer followed up later that same inning with a two-run home run. After some great hustle plays to plate a few more runs in the sixth inning, Jamey Squier capped off the game by hitting a solo homer in the seventh.

World Division

Surf Dawgs 14, Lake Monsters 5 - The Surf Dawgs played a great game against the Lake Monsters. The first player to get on base and come in with the first run for the team was Bradley Parish. Dylan Parker pitched two great innings and had a 1-2-3 second inning. With more awesome outfield play by Gabe Anguil, who caught a pop fly out. Marcus Mbow did a great job on the bases, jumping over the second baseman to make it safely.

Surf Dawgs 5, Red Hawks 1 - The first half of the game was scoreless, but then came the fourth inning when the Surf Dawgs had two doubles, one by Max Adamczyk that brought in two runs. The other double was from Ben Monty who also brought in two. Outfielders Collin Stiff and Oliver Sgrignuoil caught a pop fly outs.

Stingers 14, Mud Hens 1 - Sam Cook drove in two runs with a solid hit and Christopher Grieb's double knocked in a run. Grant Winkel made a key defensive play at first with the bases loaded. Ben Murphy and Grant Winkel each had a two-run triple.




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