April 13, 2005

NL Game 3

 

Children's Medical    19

Conley Ward's    5

 

The Children’s Medical Red Sox opened their 2005 season with an offensive outburst, scoring 6 runs in both the 3rd and 4th innings, breaking open a tight game with the Conley Ward Steakhouse Braves in route to a 19 – 5 victory.

 

All Red Sox players had a least one hit, led by Daniel Grandieri’s grand slam and Tyler Barton’s 3-run homer.

 

Dominic Nunag, making his first pitching appearance, and Grandieri each had excellent innings on the mound, keeping the Braves batters off balance at the plate.

 

The game ended on a defensive gem, when second baseman Andy Shores stopped a one hop smash, threw from his knees, and Barton scooped the throw out of the dirt at first base for the final out.

 

Jeremie Thomas, who had a hit in his very first little league game, was awarded the game ball.

 

 

Conley Ward's Steakhouse Braves

0

0

2

3

0

 

5

Children’s Medical Red Sox

2

5

6

6

 X

 

19