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Minors A's @ Giants, 2015-05-02 15:30:00                read full game highlight
Big hitting performance carries A's past the Giants 18-7

Saturday was a great day for Kenny Wang, as he went 4-4 at the plate to carry the A's to an 18-7 victory over the Giants at F1 in five innings.

The top of the first saw the Giants take an early lead, 5-0.

Kenny had a busy day at the plate, collecting five extra-base hits. He homered in the second inning and doubled in the first, fourth, and fifth.

The A's easily handled the Giants pitching as eight hitters combined for 16 hits, 11 RBIs and 17 runs scored.

The A's never trailed after scoring five runs in the second on an RBI double by Jacob Previch and a two-run home run by Kenny.

The Giants scored two runs in the top of the fourth to cut their deficit to one.

It didn't take long for the A's to respond as they scored five runs of their own in the fourth. The A's scored on an RBI double by Daniel Higereda, a three-run home run by Brenton Pederson, and an RBI single by Jacob Previch.
Majors Angels @ Phillies, 2015-05-02 13:00:00                read full game highlight
The nightcap game for the slate of games scheduled in the Major Division on this hot Sat featured the Phillies and Angels.

The Angels rode on the arm of Starting Pitcher Nathan Ford who pitched a complete game and lead the Angels to a 7-2 victory evening up the season series between these two at 2-2. It was a fast well played game between the teams. The Angels got off to a quick 2 run lead in the first. The Phils tied it in the 3rd putting 2 runs on the board with a 2 out rally. The big hit being an Andrew Mowbray 2 RBI scoring single, no surprise there, as Drew, has had lit up Angel pitching in all games he played vs the Angels this season, scoring Max Suckley and Steve Mara who singled to tie the score at 2-2. The Angels answered back with 2 runs of their own taking back the lead. Then added 3 more runs in the 4th to extend the lead 7-2.


Ford gave up 2 runs on 5 hits striking out 7 Phils walking only 1 in the win. The last of the 85 pitches allowed was used to get out the 3rd out of the 6th inning to secure the win. The Angels used timely hitting today to put runs on the board, something which has eluded them most times this season with 7 runs on 10 hits. Braydn Wishek and Anthony Olea had 3 RBI’s a piece and Aidan Ross lead both teams with a perfect 3 for 3 day at the plate scoring 2 runs. Shmuely Godt and Charlie Kats had a hit apiece, and all the Angels reached base safely on this day to round out a full team victory.
Majors Cardinals @ Padres, 2015-05-02 08:00:00                read full game highlight
Well played by both teams...finished in less then 90 minutes...Jakee Retzlaff had 53 pitches for the last 5 innings...
Majors Padres @ Yankees, 2015-04-30 18:30:00                read full game highlight
Good game for both teams for sure. Yankees starter Bruce Leavitt pitched great after his Offense made sure to give him a lead after the first few innings. Padre starter Cole Hunter did not look as good as he has but still pitched really will but suffered a few defensive let down from his defense. As the game went on the Padre bats proved to be the difference going into the bottom of the last with a good lead. Thomas Stephens also pitched well as did Christian Bravo for the Padres. Nathan Elias finished for the Yankees and held up well...Another 2 run win for the Padres...Good game...Go Yankees...Go Padres...Go CLL...Let's all hope Coach Elias pens his own remarks to do the game better justice...
JV Astros @ Nationals, 2015-04-29 16:00:00                read full game highlight
Hot bats not enough, the Nationals succumb to the Astros, 14-13

The Nationals fell 14-13 to the Astros in six innings on Wednesday at College Park - Field #2 despite racking up 15 hits and 13 runs.

Jack Grillo had a busy day at the plate, collecting two extra-base hits. He homered in the fifth inning and tripled in the sixth inning.

The Astros' Diego Bravo, Ryder Burdett, Austin Chrism and Shane Hughes combined for eight hits and six RBIs.

The Astros jumped out to an early 5-0 lead in the bottom of the first. Diego kicked things off for the Astros with a single. Caleb Settles singled, scoring Diego. The Astros then tacked on more runs when Bravo scored on an RBI single by Ryder, Shane scored on a steal of home, Burdett scored on a steal of home, and Chrism scored on a steal of home.

It didn't take long for the Astros to answer as they scored one run of their own in the second. The Astros scored on.

The Astros answered the Nationals' top inning with five runs of their own in the fifth. The Astros scored on an RBI double by Aiden Leslie, a wild pitch, an RBI single by Ryder, and a two-run home run by Austin.
Majors Phillies @ Padres, 2015-04-25 15:30:00                read full game highlight
Really well played baseball game. Chavez opened up on the mound for the home Phillies and pitched good. Retzlaff was on the bump for the Padres and pitched 4 strong innings. Phillies lead most of the way to the forth when the Padres took the lead for good. Thomas Stephens, who had his second HR of the season, came into to pitch the 5th and 6th only allowing 1 run and closing the door on the Phillies. Other HR's in include Colin Jaques had his first of the season and league leader Eddie Moreno hit another bomb over the fence...Great game...
JV Padres @ Astros, 2015-04-25 13:15:00                read full game highlight
This was a nip n tuck battle throughout, with the game gong into the bottom of the 5th inning . the Padres pushed two runs across to leave the game in a tie 12-12 . the game featured Nate Andrews very first inside the park home run. a gapper to the right center field fence .
JV Nationals @ Red Sox, 2015-04-25 10:45:00                read full game highlight
Offenses dominate as the Nationals outscore the Red Sox 12-10

The bats were busy at College Park - Field #2 on Saturday, and when the dust cleared the Nationals had a 12-10 win over the Red Sox in five innings.

The teams totaled 10 hits in the game.

The game was back-and-forth heading into the fifth, with seven lead changes.

The Nationals took the lead in the fifth inning and held on for the victory. A steal of home by Nate McDermott gave the Nationals the lead for good.

The Red Sox jumped out to an early 4-0 lead in the top of the first. A triple by Logan Hidalgo, bringing home Ryan Elias, Jose Martinez and Andres Martinez started the inning off. The scoreboard lit up again for the Red Sox when Hidalgo scored on a sacrifice fly by Jackson Large.

The Nationals quickly matched the Red Sox's strong inning with a five-run inning of their own in the first. The Nationals scored on an RBI single by Karson Grillo, a wild pitch, a steal of home by Karson, a steal of home by Adam Gaynor, and a steal of home by Ian Gaynor.

The Red Sox tied the game in the third on a steal of home.

A key fifth-inning rally gave the Nationals the lead for good. the Nationals tacked on a total of four runs on A groundout by Karson and an RBI single by Ryan Aguilar.
Minors A's @ Diamondbacks, 2015-04-24 18:30:00                read full game highlight
Early boost from Ethan Waldo helps A's get past Diamond Backs, 9-7

The A's' five first-inning runs built an early lead that helped bring home a 9-7 win over Diamond Backs on Friday at F2.

The A's scored in the first on an RBI single by Ethan Waldo, a two-run home run by Kenny Wang, an RBI triple by Daniel Higereda, and a steal of home by Daniel

The A's held off the Diamond Backs, as the Diamond Backs were unable to overcome a seven-run second inning deficit.

The Diamond Backs scored on a steal of home by Guzman and an RBI triple by Lewis in the third inning and a two-run single by Hernandez, an RBI single by Fernandez, and an RBI single by Appleton-sackett in the sixth inning. Despite their efforts, the Diamond Backs couldn't get over the hump.

Claremont American LL Minors A's piled up one more run in the bottom of the fifth when Ethan stole home.

A great game played by two great teams with the A's coming out victorious.
Majors Angels @ Yankees, 2015-04-24 18:30:00                read full game highlight
Aiden Ross hammered a fastball high into the net behind the left-center field fence to the delight of the Angels and their fans. The Yankees pleased their fans with nineteen hits, including seven doubles, and a much needed win. Bruce Leavitt, Ryley Swift, Luke Kendall, and Nathan Elias contributed three hits apiece to the attack, and Ryan Tanori added two doubles. Tanori also did the bulk of the pitching for the Yankees, with middle relief from Allen West, and a closing inning from Nathan Elias.