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DePhillips Athletic Club: Cascarino’s Mets best Yankees, Angels, Devil Rays

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Cascarino’s Mets 11, McDonald’s Little Neck Yankees 9. Leading the way was Matt DiGirolomo with a two-run homer and Kenny Pinto with a home run. Sean Duane had two hits and two RBIs. Justin Black had two hits, while Rob Liquori, David Blauner and Issiah Rodriguez each had one hit and an RBI. Matt DiGirolomo closed out the game, going the last three innings, striking out five and giving up one run.

Cascarino’s Mets 5, Utopia Chiropractic Angels 4. The Mets came back to score two in the last inning to win the game. The Mets had strong pitching performances from Rob Liquori and Sean Duane, as they gave up four runs and combined for seven strikeouts. Sean Duane also had two hits, including a home run and two RBIs. Rob Liquori had two hits and an RBI and Angelo Giokas had two hits. Justin Black and Brandon Fassberg were outstanding in the field.

Cascarino’s Mets 8, Fitness Consultants Devil Rays 7. The Mets were trailing 7-5 going into the last inning and took advantage of the their last inning as they loaded the bases - Matt DiGirolomo hit a triple to knock in three runs to win the game. Sean Duane and David Blauner had one hit and one RBI, Marlon Browar had a double and one RBI and Matt DiGirolomo pitched the final three innings, striking out six and giving up two runs. Kenny Pinto, Jessie Madnick and Scott Levine shined defensively.

Minor League

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

Clearview Paint Yankees 13, St. Robert’s 3. Excellent combined pitching by Brandon Sheiner and John Massa led the Yankees, while key hitting by Dimitri Savva and John Massa contributed to the cause.

Clearview Paint DAC Yankees 3, DAC Mets 1. A classic pitching duel between John Massa of the Yankees and the Mets’ Nick Zavattieri paced this game, as they matched each other strikeout for strikeout. 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.

Clearview Paint Yankees 10, Mattone Cardinals 1. With 15 Hits and stellar pitching, the Yankees cruised past the Cardinals. Michael Gallagher led the attack with three hits, while Johnny Liquori, John Massa and George Konstantaras had two hits and two RBIs each. Tommy Wojciechowski, Brandon Sheiner, Dimitri Savva, Justin Goldman and Dylan Sternberg had one hit apiece.

Pony League

DePhillips Sports Reds 4, Ashlar Mechanical Yankees 3. The Reds edged the Yankees behind the solid pitching of Ricky Honya and Mark Sacks, Thomas Hubany, Frank Lorrigio and Adam Greenfield had key hits. For the Yankees, B.J. Schrettner pitched a great game with Tony Dilluvio and Max Stavis providing the defense. Rico Otway threw out three runners from his catcher’s position.

Estates Animal Hospital Braves 12, Ashlar Mechanical Yankees 7. The Braves rolled over the Yankees behind Pete Barbazan’s pitching and key hits by Chris Yoon, Brian O’Connell and Matt Laroutunda. The Yankees got solid pitching from Marco Diasparra. Jason Waters, Rico Otway, Zane Zadatny and Pisciotta supplied the offense.

DePhillips Sports Reds 11, Heros Boys Club Rangers 3. The Reds defended the Rangers behind a great pitching effort by Adam Greenfield. Matt DeMatteis hit a big home run, with Jesse Reshes, Mike Dobrin, and Vin Pino also getting key hits. The Rangers got solid pitching from Larry Cummings and hits by Tim McKuen and James Rodriguez.

Texas League

Outback Steakhouse Mets top OLBS. In their final game of the regular season, the players for both teams showed the experience they gained in turning in a very well played game.

The Mets bats were smoking with everyone hitting the ball well. Leading the way with a four-hit game was Joseph Brennan, along with Tyler Portalatin, Anthony Samela and Darren Minsky, all with three hits. The defensive play of the game for the Mets game was turned in by Jonathan Chavez, who made a great catch of a flu ball at second and turned it into a double play with an assist from Tyler Portalatin. Also playing well on the field and at bat were Jovan McDonald and Ian Freed.

For OLBS, Albert Miro played one of his best games at second base, keeping the Mets from scoring in the first inning with two spectacular plays. Swinging a hot bat for OLBS were Joey Torelli (2-for-2), Albert Miro (2-for-2) and Joey Varvargos (1-for-2).

OLBS No. 5 6, Outback Steakhouse Mets 5. OLBS came back from a 3-1 deficit with a fourth-inning rally that was led by Jonathan Maroutsis, Nick Frawley, Matt Campenella, Dave Annaruba (2-for-2), Adrian Chishalm, Kyle Goger (2-for -2) and John Mora. The OLBS defense hung tough in the last two innings, surrendering only two runs, led by Adrian Chishalm at first and Jonathan Maroutsis at third.

The big bats for the Mets were swung by Jun Yoo and James Cazzola with three hits each, along with Anthony Bradica, Ian Freed and Jonathan Chavez adding key RBIs. Anthony Bradica Choe and Tyler Portalation were also strong in the field.

Posted 7:05 pm, October 10, 2011
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