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Price, Trebotich blank Diamondbacks

Tribune staff report

Jacob Price and Otto Trebotich teamed up on a three-hit shutout as the Giants beat the Diamondbacks 16-0 in a South Tahoe National Little Legaue major division game recently.

Doubles by James Morrison and Chris Heng and a single by Gary Prescott were the only hits off Giant pitching.

Matt Stuck pounded three doubles and Spencer Orman had two extra-base hits and four RBIs for the victors. Orman hit an RBI single in the second, an RBI double in the fourth and a two-run homer in the fifth.

Trebotich, Tyler Venema, Wade Norberg and Kyle Dupree connected for a pair of hits for the sizzling Giants.

A’s 9, Reds 4

A’s pitchers Conner Gallego and Korey Mazzoni scattered nine hits and struck out seven.

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Matt Lynch went 3 for 3 to lead the A’s nine-hit attack. Gallego chipped in three hits and Ricky Braun doubled and singled.

Alan Mcleod, Jordan Morgan and Nik Oliveras had two hits, while Jack Garratt homered.

Giants 20, Pirates 3

Otto Trebotich swatted a triple and double and Jacob Price and Kyle Dupree collected five and four hits, respectively, in the Giants’ lopsided victory.

Trebotich, Dupree and Matt Stuck each scored four runs. Stuck’s three hits included two doubles. Winning pitcher Tyler Venema helped his own cause with three hits.

Venema and Stuck one-hit the Pirates after their three-run first inning. They combined on eight strikeouts.

Jim Talbot led the Pirates with two hits, including an RBI double. Brett Hartley and Matt Blank also doubled in the Pirates’ first frame.

Marlins 20, Rockies 4

Joel Morris and Max Delallo hit back-to-back homers and Jaime Yelles and Tony Thomaselli combined on a nine-hitter for the victorious Marlins.

After Notanee Vasquez hit a two-out double in the first, Morris and Delallo followed with home runs. Vasquez finished with four hits, while Delallo and Morris each had two. Yelles, Chris Whatford and Sam Pierini also delivered a pair of hits.

The Rockies’ Matthew Marsh and Zack Williams connected for two hits.

D-Backs 7, Cubs 6

Jesse Cruz fanned the final two batters with the winning run at the plate to preserve the Diamondbacks’ victory.

Gary Prescott and Jeffrey Lee lined a pair of hits for the winners.

The Cubs’ Jake Leonard rapped three hits, including a triple, two runs and two stolen bases. Chris Klug, Anthony Hackworth and Barrett Burghard punched out two hits.

Cubs 16, Pirates 12

There was more action in the first inning than the rest of the innings combined as the Cubs overcame a seven-run deficit.

The Pirates scored a seven spot in their half of the first as seven players in a row singled before Kory DiGrande unloaded a double. Brett Hartley started the string of singles as Dane Carmichael, Jimmy Talbot, Matt Blank, Garrett Tinlin, Adam Kingman and Dylan Kane followed suit.

But the Cubs bounced back with 13 runs in the bottom of the first. Chris Klug, Jake Leonard and Derek Holmgren each had two hits before the first inning concluded.

Carmichael came through with four hits, including a double, and two Pirate runs.

Rockies 7, A’s 6

Steven Mick drove home the decisive run with nobody out in the sixth after the A’s took a 6-5 lead with four runs in the top of the inning.

Walks to Patrick Cullen and T.J. Kolesnik started the Rockies’ sixth. Then Matt Marsh singled in Cullen to tie the score at 6 before a walk to Max Simonian and Mick’s turn of the wrists ended the game.

Singles by Gavin Chandler, Cameron Hausfield and Kit Harland ignited the A’s four-run sixth. Hausfield led the A’s with three hits, while Mick was the Rockies’ big stick with three hits.

Simonian went the distance to earn the victory. He struck out seven.

Marlins 27, Reds 6

Joel Morris rapped five of the Marlins’ 20 hits, including two doubles, against the Reds.

Other big days at the plate belonged to Jonathon Weldy, three hits and two runs; Max Delallo, three hits and three runs; Tony Thomaselli and Alex Vogt, three hits and four runs; and Cameron Fields, two hits and three runs.

Five Marlin pitchers had a hand in 15 strikeouts.

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