It was a day of lopsided results for the Cal Ripken Fall Baseball League.
In Saturday’s play, the Outlaws rolled to a 12-1 victory over the Hooks, then laid an 11-1 loss on the Yankees. Moreover, the Phillies send the Avery Falcons to an 11-3 setback.
Against the Hooks, the Outlaws’ Caleb Pritchard enjoyed a perfect 3-for-3 day. One of his hits was a double, plus he drive in five runs.
Nicholas Johnson added a 2-for-2, 2-RBI effort to the winning cause, with Tristan Jenkins going 2-for-3 and Caleb Crain 1-for-2.
From the rubber, Crain worked two no-hit innings as the starter, then Johnson limited the Hooks to one hit in his two innings of work (the one-game maximum for fall play).
Tyler Stansberry had the lone Hooks hit in two at-bats, picking up an RBI.
Like the Hooks, the Yankees managed just one hit off the Outlaws. Pritchard allowed that one hit, along with one run, in his two innings before Jenkins recorded the final six outs – five by strikeout.
J.D. McAmis carried the big stick for the Outlaws, going 2-for-3 with a home run and four RBIs. Jenkins tripled in a 2-for-3, 1-RBI effort, and Johnson was 1-for-2 with two RBIs.
The Yankees’ Lucas Frady went 1-for-1 with the only run driven in.
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Nick Hurley was the main man for the Phillies, batting 2-for-2 with four RBIs and fanning five hitters over two no-hit innings on the hill.
Ethan Eggleston and Hank Lowe werestrong at the plate, with both going 3-for-3 with an RBI. Reece Bradford (1-for-3) and Caden Kerr (1-for-4) contributed an RBI apiece.
Lowe and Eggleston served as relief pitchers, doing their part to hold Avery to three hits.
For the Falcons, it was Seth Moody (1-for-1), Max Brown (1-for-1) and Jordan Lecka banging out one hit each. Moody accounted for two RBIs, and Lecka crossed the plate for his team’s third run.
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