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Gabby Koziel, playing catcher for the RockHounds, caught a foul fly in the second inning. The Storm ended the RockHounds' half of the third inning with an unassisted double play on a fly ball to third with the bases loaded.
relieved Coburn and allowed two hits and no runs. Colin Horn followed Katz, striking out one. Tyler Young, coming in again in a difficult situation, completed the game, striking out two, giving up one hit and one run.
Jacob Saucier and Tommy Wrinn scored twice for the Lookouts and an up and coming Kyle McPherson had a great hit to keep the rally going.
The Angels suffered a heartbreaking Moose League loss to the White Sox at Hubbard Park, bringing their record to 3 3.
Since darkness approached quickly, the fifth inning would be the last. Franco led off by drawing a walk and Pflaumer stepped in and delivered his third homer to tie the game at 7.
Instead, Pflaumer pitched a no hitter Saturday, striking out 15 with no walks, in a 75 minute, 4 0 victory over the Dodgers at Romegialli Field.
Meanwhile, Pflaumer (3 0) came within two errors of tossing a perfect game. The first error occurred in the first inning and the second error occurred in the second. Pflaumer retired the final 15 Dodger batters.
2 for 3. Trinity Collins continues to improve, going 1 for 3. Tyler Young also went 1 for 2.
The Riverdogs were leading when Tommy Wrinn came on in relief of Zachary Lafreniere, who did a great job. Wrinn recorded the next three outs and then, going to bat the inning, led the Lookouts to a three run rally that tied the score and led to the outstanding finish.
On the mound, Stevens (2 1) and Beaudry combined for 13 strikeouts while scattering four hits.
The Lookouts and the Riverdogs had another great game, this time ending in a 7 7 tie. Both teams put in tremendous efforts. Andrew Bishop banged a huge triple and Nick Luppichino ran well on the bases, scoring a couple runs for the Riverdogs.
After falling behind in the first, the Angels made some nice plays in the field. Khalib Brown made a great catch in right field and Zach Coburn continued to play error free at short, stopping all balls hit in his direction. Ben Gilliland came in for relief for Shane Kolstad, and struck out five of the six batters he faced.
The Giants (7 1) managed just five hits but it capitalized on every one. In the bottom of the first, Pflaumer doubled, advanced to third on a wild pitch, and scored on another wild pitch to put the Giants up 1 0.
In the third, Anthony Franco lofted a solo home run over the right field fence for his second homer of the season, increasing the lead to 3 0. Pflaumer singled and advanced to third on a two base error and scored the final run on a wild pitch.
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Caleb Bowe, Brian Stevens, Zach Fitzner, Dennis Beaudry and Timmy Reinsch all chalked up singles in the first with Jack Higgs, Fitzner, Beaudry, Bubba LaChance, and Reinsch picking up an RBI a piece.
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Zach Coburn, coming back from an injury, pitched a great game against a hard hitting White Sox lineup. Coburn struck out four, walked two, and allowed only one earned run. The Angels were plagued by several errors, allowing three additional runs to score in the top of the fourth.
White Sox (Elks) 7, Angels (Frank Gloria's) 4
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Kevin Scotton reached base both times he was up and Jon Haberski, once again, did an outstanding job behind the plate for the Giants.
After knocking three balls out of the park and driving in seven runs last Monday night against the Marlins, what could the Giants' Jared Pflaumer do to top that? Four home runs would be quite an unlikely feat with a continuous batting order and the fact he'd most likely be intentionally walked his fourth time up.
Sean Black had a breakout game, going 3 for 4 from the plate, scoring once. Trinity Collins remained hot with a double. Ben Gilliland and Young reached base, each scoring once, by an error and walk respectively.
The Giants winning streak was stopped at six games, but no matter how the season ends, the loss will always be remembered for the spectacular performance of Jared Pflaumer, who hit three home runs and drove in all seven for the Giants.
The Diamondbacks scored all the runs they would need with a five run first to down the Angels 5 0 at Hubbard Park.
In the second, Chris Hebert started things off with a bunt single, advanced to second on a wild pitch and scored on Justin Passanisi's double to right.
of the fifth to win the game.
Diamondbacks (Brainard Elliott Insurance) 5, Angels (Frank Gloria's Service Center) 0
It started in the first, after Anthony Franco hit the fence for a stand up double. Pflaumer tattooed his first blast deep over the center field fence, a two run shot that gave the Giants a 2 0 lead. The Marlins answered with five runs in the bottom of the first and tacked on another run in the second to take a 6 2 lead.
In the top of the third, Peter Flynn walked, Franco singled and Pflaumer unloaded his second bomb. The three run dinger cut the lead to 6 5. The Marlins increased the lead to 7 5 after four innings.
Marlins (Rotary) 8, Giants (Westfield Volunteer Fire) 7
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