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Saturday, May 13, 2023
YAO Youth Baseball Leagues Round-Ups

Cal Ripken Division (Ages 10-12):

Phillies 14 Red Sox 5

The Phillies had an all-around team effort in their 14-5 win over the Red Sox. The Phillies had strong pitching from Eli Lemon, James Kenahan, and Grayson Tavarez to hold the Red Sox in check throughout the game. The Red Sox were led at the plate by Ethan Hunter who had two hits, including an inside-the-park home run.

Red Sox 8 Mets 5

The Red Sox bounced back from their Friday evening loss to the Phillies to beat the Mets 8-5 on Saturday morning at Kindley Field. The Red Sox were led by solid pitching performances from James Cook, John Fontanetta, and especially Austin Viera who closed out the victory in the bottom of the 6th. The Mets were led at the plate by Patrick McDowell who had an inside-the-park homerun and Marcus Furbert on the mound who had three K's across two scoreless innings.

Blue Jays 22 Phillies 11

Blue Jays had a strong offensive performance to overwhelm the Phillies 22-11. James Keith, Finn Peters, and Kylen Richard all hit inside-the-park home runs to contribute to the victory.

Rookie Majors Division (Ages 8-9)

Blue Jays 2 Pirates 2

The Blue Jays and Pirates tied in a tightly contested battle where the Blue Jays were leading until the bottom of the 5th when the Pirates tied it up. Pitching and defense were dominant for both teams, with standouts being Freddie Jones, Scheyer Mello, Carter Simons-Crane, and Isiah Furbert.

Diamondbacks 3 Orioles 2

Again, pitching and defense were at the forefront of the second game of the day between the Diamondbacks and the Orioles. The Diamondbacks narrowly escaped with a win while being led at the plate by Luca DeSilva and Landon Boorman who combined for all three RBIs. The Orioles were led by Roman Jagoda and Raidyn DeRoza who were responsible for both of the Orioles' runs in defeat.

YAO Baseball May 13th 2023

Saturday, May 06, 2023
YAO Youth Baseball Leagues Round-Ups
Senior League

White Team 13 – Red Team 12

In an evenly balanced match the White Team edged the Red Team 13 – 12.

The White team was powered by strong hitting by Zaki Gibbons-Deshields, a stellar catch in foul play by Daejun Butterfield and two innings strong innings of pitching by Jack Fischer to open the game and clutch pitching by Ethan Adderley in rainy conditions to close out the game.

The Red Team was led offensively by Eli Carpol and rode the strong arm of Connor Hupman on the mound.

Cal Ripken Division

Mets 8 – Blue Jays 2

The Mets defeated the Blue Jays 8 – 2, the Mets won behind a strong pitching effort from Patrick McDowell, Remy Cahill, and Marcus Furbert who combined for 13 strikeouts and exhibited aggressive baserunning in the win.

For the Blue Jays, James Keith and Damian Moniz contributed with hits from the plate while Finn Peters pitched well in his debut from the hill.

Red Sox 13 – Phillies 10

The Red Sox rallied late to defeat the Phillips 13 – 10, the Red Sox won after strong pitching by Tucker Champion, John Fontanetta, and James Cook. The Phillies were led by Shane Reardon and Charlie Szakmary who knocked back to back inside the park home runs in the 6th.

Rookie Majors Division

In Game 1, the Diamondbacks defeated the Pirates 14-2 in a rematch from last week. Camden Collette and Theo Giannone each collected 4 hits for the Diamondbacks, highlighted by Collette's near out-of-the-park blast in inning 3. Landon Boorman contributed 3 hits for the Diamondbacks, including two in the decisive 2nd inning. Carter Simons Crane fired a scoreless inning for the Pirates and chipped in with an RBI triple.

In Game 2, the Blue Jays improved to 3-0 on the season with a nail-biter of a 3-2 win over the Orioles. Ethan Lowe had a run-scoring triple for the Blue Jays while Austin Linden had one of his own for the Orioles. Crew Dort and Conor Mahadeo pitched out of bases-loaded jams in the 4th and 6th innings, respectively, to keep the Jays unbeaten.

YAO Senior Baseball May 6th 2023

Saturday, April 29, 2023
YAO Baseball League Round Up

The YAO Baseball season continued at the YAO Ball Park in St. George’s.

Cal Ripken Division (Ages 10-12)

Red Sox 12 Mets 11

The Red Sox came back from behind with 3 runs in the bottom of the 6th inning.

The Sox were powered at the plate by Tucker Champion and Preston Halpin who combined for 7 hits at the plate while John Fontanetta had 2 strikeouts over the last two innings.

The Mets were led by Marcus Furbert who had 3 hits including two inside-the-park home runs and Remy Cahill who had four strikeouts on the hill.

Blue Jays 12 Phillies 11

The Blue Jays show great determination and teamwork earning a 12 – 11 win over the Phillies.

The Blue Jays got good performances from several players including Finn Peters’ inside-the-park home run and Hayes Ingham’s clutch three-run double in the bottom of the sixth. Kylen Richard’s strong pitching for the Jays in the fifth and sixth innings helped secure the victory.

The Phillies had a solid team effort with notable offensive contributions from Charlie Szakmary, Shane Reardon, and Grayson Tavares and sharp pitching by James Kenahan.
Saturday, April 22, 2023
YAO Baseball Season Underway

Cal Ripken Division (ages 10-12):

Phillies 22 Red Sox 9

Shane Reardon and Charlie Szakmary powered the Phillies, who triumphed over the Red Sox in an exciting opening day at Kindley Field. Solid pitching by Charlie Tudor-Thomas closed out the win backed by a stellar defensive play in right field by Cristiano Hizon. The Red Sox were led by solid pitching and two hits from John Fontanetta.

Mets 16 Blue Jays 14

The Mets defeated the Blue Jays in a tightly matched contest, led by Remy Cahill who had 3 hits and Marcus Furbert with two inside the park home runs. Kylen Richard of the Blue Jays smashed the season’s first Home Run to dead center.

Rookie Majors Division (ages 8-9)

Blue Jays 6 Pirates 2

The Blue Jays were powered by solid pitching from Isaiah Furbert, Cnor Mahedo and Crew Dort while Carter Simons-Crane of the Pirates had the days’ best pitching effort with 4 strikeouts over 2 no-hit innings.

Diamondbacks 10 Orioles 2

The Diamondbacks displayed strong pitching and defense, while Ezrah Lemon led the offense with 4 hits. Gabriel Perozzi led the Orioles, going 3-for-3 from the plate.

YAO Baseball Mets vs Blue Jays

Wednesday, January 25, 2023
Hall's Bowie Baysox Season Schedule Announced

Adam Hall’s Bowie Baysox announce today the club’s 2023 regular season schedule for the team’s 31st season as the Double-A Affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles. The Baysox will open the 2023 campaign on the road with a three-game series at the Hartford Yard Goats (Double-A Affiliate of the Colorado Rockies), April 6-8 before returning for the first series at Prince George’s Stadium beginning Tuesday, April 11 through Sunday, April 16 against the Akron Rubber Ducks (Double-A Affiliate of the Cleveland Guardians). During the 2023 regular season, the Baysox will play a total of 138 games (69 home/69 road) concluding the regular season on Sunday, September 17 on the road against the Harrisburg Senators.

The most common opponents the Baysox will have next season are the Harrisburg Senators (Washington Nationals), Altoona Curve (Pittsburgh Pirates), and Richmond Flying Squirrels (San Francisco) whom the Baysox will play 24 times each. The second most common opponents are the Akron Rubber Ducks (Cleveland) who the Baysox will play 21 times and Erie SeaWolves (Detroit Tigers) who the Baysox will play 18 times.

The Baysox will also host the Portland Sea Dogs (Boston) and New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Toronto) each for a six-game series this season. The Baysox have not hosted Portland since the 2019 season and New Hampshire since the 2021 season.

The Baysox will not face off against the Binghamton Rumble Ponies (New York Mets) or Reading Fightin Phils (Philadelphia Phillies) during the 2023 regular season.
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