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Valle Field was the sight of an outstanding weeknight Texas Division ball game Monday between Hot Bagels & Bake and Prava Construction. This was a hitter’s game led by Hot Bagel’s Yoav Katz who hit for the cycle and tallied five RBIs in...

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Texas Division

Valle Field was the sight of an outstanding weeknight Texas Division ball game Monday between Hot Bagels & Bake and Prava Construction. This was a hitter’s game led by Hot Bagel’s Yoav Katz who hit for the cycle and tallied five RBIs in his team’s 8-3 win.

Derek Errigo pitched his third win of season and also provided two key hits. In the fourth inning, Prava’s Joe Pravata hit a tremendous two-run home run to get his team on the board. Kelly Quinn pitched the final two innings and finally silenced the big bats of Hot Bagels.

The defensive star of the game was Sandy Tomasik who showed off her glove skills at several different positions.

Posted 7:07 pm, October 10, 2011
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