Danville Little League - Majors Division Highlights
Original post made by Publicity - Danville Little League, Danville, on Mar 29, 2010
Athletics 9 Angels 6
Athletics Highlights: Hitting - Morgan, 3-3, 2 Runs, 2 RBI's,Triple, Double, Zuniga, 2-3, Double, 2 RBI's, Weinstein, Triple, 2 Runs Pitching - Hughes, 3 2/3 innings, 3Ks, 2 runs
Yankees 6 Athletics 3
Athletic Highlights: Hitting- Morgan, 2-2, hbp, 1 run, Weinstien, 1-3, 1 Run, 2 SB's, Pitching - Ambidge, 3 2/3 innings, 3 K's Yankees Roundup - Yankees continue on their undefeated hot streak playing with a lot of enthusiasm. It was a fun-filled exciting finish with bases loaded in last inning, and they squeaked it out with Nikolas Bernhardt on the mound. Their Coaches and Manager continue to motivate their team creatively: Manager Michael Sean Venezia was sporting face with right half of face shaven/left half unshaven. Who knows what we shall see come playoffs?
Braves 6 Cardinals 4
Braves Highlights: Hitting - Whitten, 1-4, Triple, 1 RBI, Jamti 2-2. 2RBI's, Whickman, 2-3, White 1-2; Defense - Matulovich to Whitten double play, Kessler, caught out against dug out fence. Pitching - Whitten,4 and a half I.P. 6 K.O.'s, Matulovich 1 and a half I.P. 3 K.O's, Whitten's triple was a great way to start the first inning. Jamati's consistent stats mid-way held the Braves lead until the end. Cardinals Highlights: Great attempt to hold Braves defensively by Noah Soderman's catch at second base to end the fifth inning.
Braves 0 Yankees 4
Braves Highlights: Hitting - Burton, 2-2, Robins, 1-2, Wickman, 1-3 Nelson, 1-2, Defense - Banks out in second inning at shortstop, Whitten out in 4th inning at shortstop, Pitching - Matulovich: 4 I.P. , 5 K. O's, Banks: 1 I.P. 3 K.O.'s. Joey Matulovich was fierce on the mound with five strike outs in four innings. Yankees Highlights: Ryan Murphy had both an outstanding game for offense and defense. He was the first of three pitchers for the Yankees. All three pitchers did not allow a run for the Braves. Murphy hit a double in the 4th inning. Connor Redmond, triple.