Mays Landing Athletic Association
Major Leagues 11-12
Tyler Plantanella had the first RBI, driving Micheal Aspinawall in to get the offense rolling. Tyler Thompson and Frankie Mazzeo also drove in runs. Vincent Giardino threw four runners out attempting to steal. For the Red Sox, Kenny Merlock came in and shut the Orioles offense down, striking out eight in three innings.
Mike Petuskey went three for three and Nathan Volpe, Scott Mattle, Matt Dragotto, Patrick Speer, and John Bernard all went two for two. AJ Ditzel and Jihad Cornish both got on base twice and scored. Alex Botbyl and Matt Hess each worked two innings on the mound.
The Phils got excellent pitching from Patrick Speer, Matt Hess and Danny Smith to hold off a tough Orioles team. Scott Mattle and Jihad Cornish both had hits in the fifth inning and Patrick Speer hit a bases loaded triple in the sixth. Matt Dragotto went two for two Danny Smith hit a solo home run to center field and pitched three scoreless innings.
Yankee pitchers held the Mets to two hits and James Townley smacked a triple and a double and drove in three runs in leading the Yankees over the Mays Landing Diner Mets 9 to 5. Avery Poux tripled and scored two runs. Quinn Hardrick and Mac Boney were each 2-3 with 2 runs. After falling behind three runs in the top of the first, Tyler Boney got the Mets on the board in the bottom of the second with a well placed bunt base hit to score Matt Tull. With the score tied at three, the Yankees put the game away with four runs in the top of the third inning highlighted by consecutive doubles by Mac Boney, Cameron Lease and James Townley. Darren Laigaie of the Mets who drilled a triple to score Josh Power, also struck out nine Yankees during his three innings of work. Connor DeLusant pitched the final two innings and struck out three for the Mets.
Troy Manno, Steven Damiano, and Joe Gerace combined on the mound to lead the Rays over the Sox.
Jake Ladet scored two runs and Kenny Roller collected two hits. Tyler Manno hit a solo shot over left field fence in first inning to lead the offensive explosion for the Rays.