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DAC Baseball: Clearview Paint picks up four more wins

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Minor Division

Clearview Paint Yankees vs. Cornucopia Masons Marlins. The Yankees squeaked by the Marlins, 8-7, behind the outstanding hitting and defense by the entire team and excellent pitching by Brandon Sheiner and John Siano.

Clearview Paint Yankees vs. St. Robert’s. Excellent combined pitching by Brandon Sheiner and John Massa led the Yankees to a 13-3 win, as key hits were provided by Dimitri Savva and John Massa.

Clearview Paint Yankees vs. DAC Mets. This battle featured a classic pitching duel, as John Massa (Yankees) and Nick Zavattieri (Mets) matched each other strikeout for srikeout. Neither team was able to score until both starters were out of the game. The Yankees came through with three runs in the fifth inning, with key hits from George Konstantaras and Reid Goodman. Brandon Sheiner was great in relief and was the winning pitcher, as the Yankees came through with the 3-1 win.

Clearview Paint Yankees vs. Mattone Cardinals. With 15 hits and fantastic pitching, the Yankees beat the Cardinals, 10-1. Michael Gallagher led the attack with three hits. Johnny Liquori, John Massa and George Konstantaras has two hits and two RBIs each. Tommy Wojciechowski, Brandon Sheiner, Dimitri Savva, Justin Goldman and Dylan Sternberg had one hit a piece.

Texas Division

Outback Steakhouse Mets top OLBS No. 4. One of the most spectacular plays of the season for the Mets was turned in by Joseph Brennan, who made a shotstring catch in the outfield and came up throwing to hold the runners. He also contributed to the offense with three hits, including a hard-hit double. Also hitting the ball well were Tyler Portalatin, Jun Yoo and James Cazzola. Chris Meyer also showed great glovework in the outfield and Jovan McDonald used his hustle on the basepaths to help his team.

The big bats for OLBS were swung by Brandon Costa, Justin Skeivys and Matt McCormack, who hit a big double, driving in his teammates. The team played well on defense, led by the gloves of John Esposito at second, Chris O’Driscoll catching line drives at the pitcher’s positions, and Brandon Costa, who made a tough fly ball catch look easy at second. Also having an excellent all-around game was Andrew Weber.

McDonald’s Bayside Cardinals 14, Outback Steakhouse Mets 5. The Cardinals line-up was an offensive powerhouse led by the bats of Charles Kassoff, Corey Mittenthal, Daniel Beizer along with clutch hitting by Venci Karlic. Fielding the ball well were Anthony Zullo, Molloy Karow , Corey Mittenthal at first and Daniel Beizer at pitcher’s position. Having an excellent game with his teammates cheering his hit was Justin Huang

The Mets clutch hitting came off the bats of Ian Freed, Jonathan Chaves and Anthony Samela. Their defensive leaders were Joshua Choe, Darren Minsky and Anthony Bradica, showing great versatility at four positions during the game.

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