Baseball9-10 -- The Bumble Bee Seafood Dodgers won three...


June 17, 1993|By Rich Scherr


9-10 -- The Bumble Bee Seafood Dodgers won three games by a combined score of 53-25 last week in the Howard County Youth Program International League.

The Dodgers began the week with an 18-1 win over the Angels, as pitchers Ryan Worsham, Marc Morgan and Charlie Taylor combined to strike out 14. Jay Imhoff and Tim Chryssikos homered.

The team continued with a 22-12 win over the Giants. Matt Kellinger had two hits and three RBI, and Adam Bress had three RBI for the victors.

Paul Pappas led the Giants with two hits, including a triple.

The Dodgers then closed out the week with a 13-12 squeaker over the Giants, as center fielder Dave Rahl made a game-saving catch with the bases loaded to preserve the win.

Taylor had two hits and two RBI, and Brian Hamilton provided excellent defense behind the plate for the victors. Ryan Morgan and Dave Adkinson each had two hits for the Giants.

The Reds also had a successful week, defeating the Twins, 20-1, and the White Sox, 10-9, before falling to the Cardinals, 12-5.

Billy and Anthony Brudis, Nick Hoffner and Carson Walker were big contributors in the wins.

In the loss to the Cardinals, David Lax pitched two shutout

innings and also had two hits for the victors.

The Yankees beat the Mets, 7-3. Ricky Wilson pitched three scoreless innings and scored twice, and Jim Holzman, Ryan Molesky and Andrew Mecchi each had two RBI for the Yankees.

Chris Strachen had a three-run double for the Mets.

bTC * 11-12 -- It was a good week for the Hicks Corporation Yankees and the B. J. Mallard's Expos of the Howard County Youth Program Major League, as the two combined to go 4-0.

The Yankees defeated the Phillies, 7-1, and the Mets, 7-6.

Against the Phillies, Steve Tucker led the way, pitching four strong innings and doubling. Steve Sweich and Mike Aiello each had two hits.

The win against the Mets, the Yankees' fifth in the last seven games, was led by Aiello, who hit a two-run homer.

On the mound, Scott Zielinski pitched four innings, allowing three hits, and Jeff Grempler picked up the win in relief.

Billy Proctor threw five strong innings for the Mets.

The Expos came up with a 9-5 win over the Yankees and a 13-10 win over the Grand Slam U.S.A. Batting Cages Pirates.

Brendan Muth had two triples against the Yankees and Jason Hikel went 3-for-4 against the Pirates.

* Over-30 men -- The Columbia Cardinals continued their unbeaten season in the Howard County Masters Baseball League Sunday, breaking open a tight game with an eight-run fifth inning to beat the Gold Team, 21-2, at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia.

The Cardinals (6-0) got strong hitting from Jay Hughes (4-for-5, three RBI), Tom O'Neill (3-for-4), Pete Hughes (homer and five RBI), Hoss Von Paris (2-for-3, two RBI) and Bill Riley (2-for-3, three RBI).

Cardinals starter Bill Ray hurled five innings for the win, allowing one run and striking out six.

* 5-6 -- Rich Maidman of the Atholton Youth Recreation Association T-Ball Twins successfully turned one of the rarest plays in baseball last week in his team's game against the Brewers.

Maidman's unassisted triple play helped the Twins to a 26-21 win. Brian Dix also had six RBI for the victors.

Stephen Davis hit two home runs and a double to lead the Speake Concrete Cardinals to a 21-17 win over the Tigers. Justin Griffith had two home runs for the Tigers.

John Bruner and Casey Dobyns each had three hits and scored twice as the Columbia Food and Deli Braves edged the Twins, 22-20.

The Rockies then defeated the Braves, 25-23, as Michael Feighner made four unassisted putouts at first and Stephanie Korba and Christopher Wade combined to go 6-for-6 with eight RBI.

The Rockies also knocked off the Mets, 24-15, as Jordan Kaupa had three triples and seven RBI.

James Jones and Andrew Brazis chipped in with excellent defense to help the Schrader Marlins to a a 21-20 win over the Reds. The Marlins took a 28-22 decision over the Sprint Yankees.

Brandon Boy and Matt Davidow led the Brewers to a 25-22 victory over the Sprint Yankees. Steve Regan led the Yankees with two singles and a double.

The Dodgers beat the Blue Jays, 22-18, as Kyle Weber had several key hits.

The victors came back to defeat the White Sox, 24-18, on the strength of Bradley Rifkin's grand slam.

Clutch hitting by Lawrence Walker, a grand slam by Philip Grapes and outstanding defense by Ryan Schultheis pushed the Pirates past the Orioles, 21-17.

The Pirates then lost to the Dodgers, 31-24, as Adam Bouland had three hits and three RBI for the victors.

The Orioles, however, came back strong, posting a 25-24 win over the Downtown Printing Red Sox as Aidan Reilly-Seivert hit a grand slam.


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