DAC Texas League
Outback Steakhouse Mets 12, Prudential L.I. Realty Bluejays 10. The Mets started off strong, then the Bluejays rallied in the final two innings to close the gap, but came up short by a game-ending play by Anthony Bradica as pitcher and Joseph Brennan at third base. Also having a great day defensively was Ian Freed. The hot bats for the Mets were swung by Jonathan Chaves, Chris Meyers and Jun Yoo (2-for-2, three RBIs), who continues to hit the ball well.
The defensive stars for the Bluejays were Evan Zimmeran, as well as the duo of Nick Sinisike as pitcher and Tyler Ruiz at first base, who made plays like seasoned veterans. The big hit of the game was a bases-loaded double by Benjamin Park. Also swinging the bats well were Andres Escabar, Gabrielle Slatnick and Jordan Forrester.
St. Roberts #9-10, Outback Steakhouse Mets 5. There were many defensive highlights by both teams and the outstanding plays for St. Roberts came from the gloves of Jimmy Saad at third, Matthew Powers at pitcher and Thomas Murphy, who made two sparkling plays at shortstop. The offense came off the bats of Matthew Rebles, Massimo Ramanzo and Mclain Palumbo, who had a big hit for the team.
Swinging the bat well for the Mets were Josua Choe, who has stepped up his hitting game, and James Cazzola, who continued his three-hit a game streak. Defensively, second baseman Anthony Samela made a key heads up play, rotating to cover first baseman Joshua Choe. Also playing well on the field were Tyler Portalatin, Darren Minsky and Javon McDonald.
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