The first inning saw John Massa, Brandon...
DAC (JAM Service) vs Glen Oaks B
DACs first game of the 2002 Rosenbluth Tournament on July 8 would only last 3 innings. In the first inning, 21 batters came to the plate for DAC to combine for 15 runs.
The first inning saw John Massa, Brandon Rosenthal, and Greg Polkowski each homer and combine for 9 runs and John Siano connected for a grand slam. Superb pitching from Nicholas Zavattieri and Vincent Florido held Glen Oaks B to only 1 run.
DAC (JAM Service) vs 1 Little Neck
Smart base running was the big factor in scoring the runs needed to win on July 10. Johnny Liqouri with a two-run single and Nicholas Zavattieri with a two-run triple was all the runs needed in this game.
Vincent Florido had a great outing on the mound while also hitting a home run. Aggressive base running by Mike Gallagher and Andrew Gross contributed to the victory.
16 DAC (JAM Service) vs 2 College Point
The DAC 9-10 year olds continued where they left off the previous game, scoring five runs in the first inning on key hits by Vincent Florido, Brandon Rosenthal, and Greg Polkowski on July 12.
Defensively Brandon Sheiner, Josh Ramuiz, and Mike Gallagher were solid in the field. Tommy Wojciechowski who playing first after an injury sidelined him the first three games, was solid in the field.
9 DAC (JAM Service) vs 5 Mid- Queens
The game started out as a pitching duel on July 15. Vincent Florido had another great outing, holding Mid-Queens scoreless through three innings.
John Liqouri laid down a perfect bunt to start off the rally and was also solid at second base. The scoreless game came to an end when DAC's John Massa hit a bases loaded single to clear the bases. John Siano also came up with a big hit to score two runs. Aggressive base running by Tommy Wojciechowski, Josh Ramuiz added to runs.
15 DAC (JAM Service) vs 3 Bayside A
July 17, 2002
DAC trying to go 5-0 for the early part of the tournament, met up with Bayside A. on July 17.
An RBI-single by Tommy Wojciechowski, who went 4-4 in the game, and a three-run homerun by Greg Polkowski set the tone of the game. Defensively Johnny Liqouri at second base was involved in making two double plays to stop any attempts to catch up.
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