Mariners win thriller with Marlins
South Lake Tahoe Babe Ruth Standings
Team W L T
Mariners 5 1 0
Devil Rays 4 1 0
Marlins 3 3 0
Rockies 1 6 0
Team W L T
Giants 5 1 0
Rangers 4 2 0
Athletics 4 3 0
Yankees 4 3 0
Cardinals 3 3 0
Diamondbacks 1 5 0
Pirates 1 5 0
Mariners 17, Marlins 16
Jake Bobman slapped two triples and a double as the Jones Mobile Diesel Repair Mariners put the video cameras away with this thrilling win.
The Accurate Audio Video Marlins allowed 11 runs in the fifth and sixth frames, enabling the Mariners’ well-oiled engine to escape with a victory.
Bobman and Chris Hannum each had four RBIs. Matt Olsen duplicated Bobman’s three hits; and Hannum, Ryan Hickey, Nick Alexander and Derek Dutton delivered two hits.
The Marlins, which led 7-3 after two innings, capitalized on three hits by Mike Tillson, Brandon Lee and Mike Hennesssy. Blaine Cooley didn’t see many pitches he liked all day as he doubled, walked three times and scored four runs.
Mariners 8, Marlins 7
Chris Hannum of the Jones Mobile Diesel Repair Mariners drove home Matt Olsen with the deciding run in the bottom of the seventh inning.
Ryan Hickey had three hits and scored four runs for the Mariners, while Olsen had two hits, two RBIs and two runs.
Toby O’Brien clouted two triples and knocked in three runs for the Accurate Audio Video Marlins.
Sparks Astros 22, Mariners 6
A seven-run first and 12-run fourth doomed the Jones Mobile Diesel Repair Mariners.
Matt Olsen had a triple and single and Jake Bobman blasted two singles for the Mariners.
Rockies 16, Sparks 14
Matt Mora knocked in five runs with a three-run double and a two-run single as the A.M. Construction Rockies outslugged the Sparks Astros.
AJ Laufer came through with three hits and two runs and Rockies teammates Cody Coffman, Leo Rodelo and Jory Sorrentino chipped in two hits.
Marlins 21, Rockies 10
The top five hitters in the Accurate Audio Video Marlins’ lineup – Blaine Cooley, Mike Tillson, Brandon Lee, Mike Hennessy and Cory Poulen – combined for 13 hits, 13 RBIs and 14 runs.
Chris Evans came off the bench for the Marlins, producing two hits and two runs.
Cody Coffman had three hits and two runs for the A.M. Construction Rockies.
Devil Rays 11, Rockies 10
Tucker’s RBI single plated the sixth run of the seventh inning as the Reardon Realty Devil Rays came back from a 10-5 deficit.
Denkler’s two-run triple highlighted the rally. Rodelo had two hits and two runs for the A.M. Construction Rockies.
In a league where hitting rules, the South Tahoe Plumbing Supply Giants and South Tahoe Refuse Rangers hooked up in a calculating pitching duel.
Jordan Lucas threw six shutout innings, giving up just two hits while striking out 14 Rangers in a 4-2 South Tahoe Babe Ruth 13-14 victory recently.
Leon Abravanel added two strikeouts in his one inning of relief for the Giants.
Lucas also was the clear-cut hitting star as he belted two-run and solo homers.
Robert Spees and Brandon Tinlin were nearly as impressive on the mount for the Rangers, fanning 11 and surrendering five hits.
Yankees 24, Cardinals 8
AJ Russo must have known a big day at the plate was in the cards for him when he launched a three-run first-inning homer.
The Norm’s Auto Repair No. 3 hitter went on to collect four hits, score four runs and knock in six. He had plenty of assistance as Tiffany Pinson and Harrison Elkins connected for three hits.
Travis Purdy looped three singles for the Tahoe Keys Marina Cardinals.
Diamondbacks 19, Pirates 8
Kenny Craig crushed a two-run homer and knocked in four runs along with Allan McDermott as the Horizon Casino Resort Diamondbacks splintered the Meek’s Pirates.
Peter Mace and Ryan Kraw engineered the 19-hit attack with four hits apiece. J.J. Dellalo and Brian Engler had three hits.
A’s 12, Yankees 10
Brenani Davis and Jason Van Sooy socked RBI singles in the eighth inning as the Barton Memorial Hospital A’s beat the Norm’s Auto Repair Yankees in the extra-inning affair.
Ian Haessly and Van Sooy had triples for the A’s, and along with Jake Summers and Nate Kallenbach led the way with three hits.
The Yanks received two hits and three runs from Danny Lucero and two hits and two runs from Shawn McLaughlin.
Giants 13, Pirates 1
Nick Aguilar and Leon Abravanel only allowed three hits and struck out seven in four innings as the South Tahoe Plumbing Supply Giants trounced the Meek’s Pirates.
Jordan Lucas and Phil Griffith rode the long ball and collected three RBIs.
Cardinals 10, Diamondbacks 8
Jonathan Coats belted a three-run double and Zane Graham sliced a two-run single as the Tahoe Keys Marina Cards gamely put together a five-run rally in the last of the sixth inning.
Coats led the winners with four RBIs on two hits. Graham had three hits, two runs and two RBIs, and Devin Blann and Travis Purdy delivered two hits.
The Horizon Casino Resort Diamondbacks’ Ryan Kraw, Peter Maes and J.J. Dellalo had two-hit days.
Cardinals 26, A’s 11
Zane Graham blasted two homers and Jonathan Coats had three hits and six RBIs as the Tahoe Keys Marina Cardinals gave the Barton A’s rude treatment before dinner.
Graham and Travis Purdy accounted for four of the team’s 25 hits. Cameron Nuslien, Coats and David Miller hung three hits on the board.
Cory Harris had two hits, including a triple, and scored two Barton Hospital A’s runs.
Rangers 9, Yankees 6
Robert Spees poked two doubles and drove home three runs and Justin Osborne tossed three innings of two-hit ball as the South Tahoe Refuse Rangers turned back the Norm’s Auto Repair Yankees.
Parker Alexander launched three singles for the victors, and Brandon Tinlin and Jeremy Witters joined Spees in the two-hit club.
Shawn McLaughlin stroked two hits for the Yankees.
Yankees 4, Giants 3
Danny Lucero’s two-run double in the fifth inning turned out to be the difference as the Norm’s Auto Repair Yankees edged the South Tahoe Plumbing Supply Giants.
Lucero and Jamie Otero combined for four of the Yankees’ six hits.
Lucero, Tyler Corey, AJ Russo, Chris Manoogan and Otero were the pitching by committee that limited the Giants to four hits, including a two-run homer and single by Phil Griffith.
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