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May, 2023

Boyle Bugle Highlights - 5/1/2023

BOYLE BUGLE, week of April 24-29

As the calendar turns to May, the second half of the regular season picks up steam. For Majors teams, that means pitchers can stretch out past the six-out limit. The playoffs begin in three weeks! A look at last week’s action: 


Giants 11, Yankees 1 — Jacob DiPippa and Remi Thill each notched two hits and each scored three runs to lead the Giants (5-5), while Griffin Newby threw two innings of one-run ball and added two hits and four RBIs. Rory Murphy smacked a two-run double for the Giants. For the Yanks (2-8), Chance Donahue threw 1 1/3 scoreless innings and had a hit. 

Red Sox 4, Tigers 3 — Max Messner and Jack Lee each went 2-for-2 and Tianu Koss hurled two scoreless innings for the Red Sox (7-3). For the Tigers (5-5), Ethan Cann pitched a scoreless inning with three strikeouts and Erickson Kenyon had a single and an RBI. 

White Sox 4, Mariners 3 — Levi Weber knocked a two-run double to send Kai Hollander and Tyson Kent across home plate for a walk-off win for the White Sox (7-3). Hollander started the rally with a triple down the right field line. Davis Marshall scored all three runs for the Mariners (6-3), going 2-for-2 with a walk, and pitched two shutout innings with six strikeouts on just 27 pitches.

A’s 4, Pirates 1 — Hudson Wayne’s RBI double in the 1st gave the A’s (5-5) an early lead. A’s starter, Jack Payne, struck out 4 in 2 scoreless inning and James Cerchiai closed the game with 4 K’s in the 5th and 6th. Calder Heacock delivered an RBI single in the 5th for the Pirates (2-7). 

Red Sox 6, Mariners 1 — Tianu Koss struck out six in two innings for the Red Sox. Luke Hamer stroked a bases-loaded double and Jack Lee added a key two-run single for the winners. Davis Marshall pitched two scoreless innings for the Mariners, recording 4 strikeouts.

White Sox 3, Pirates 0 —Miller Weir, Beckett Glynn, Logan Grant and Levi Weber combined for a shutout, surrendering just four hits and compiling nine strikeouts. Cillian Flahive and James Walston each got two hits for the White Sox. For the Pirates, Dylan Vanatta notched two hits, including a double and catcher Kadin Mokari threw out a would-be base stealer.

Giants 4, Tigers 1 — Griffin Newby, Reid Holbrook and Rory Murphy combined on a two-hitter and Remi Thill chipped in with two hits and stellar infield defense for the Giants. Newby and Ben Gulash had key RBIs for the winners, and Holbrook reached base three times. For the Tigers, Ethan Cann stole home and threw two shutout innings.


Rangers 12, Giants 6 — Lyle Feldman pitched two solid innings and hit a bases-clearing double to lead the Rangers (7-1-1).  Matt Cao contributed a single, double and a triple and scored two runs, and Jackson Milum, Finn O’Connell and Brook Merrick each scored 2 runs for the Rangers.  Quinn Kelly was 2-for-2 with two runs scored and pitched a solid inning for the Giants (6-2-1).

Cubs 11, TPLL 1 — Sam Smith, Sebi Smith-Fals and Ethan Weiss combined for no hits allowed and only four walks over four innings for the Cubs (7-1). Cubs bats were led by big hits from Henry Ellis, Bret Greimsman and Smith.  

Phillies 5, Grays 2 — Liam Koss struck out six in two scoreless innings and Max Vreede fanned four for the Phils (4-4). At the plate, James Read went 3-for-3 with two doubles. While Koss, Vreede, Taylor Coleman and Luca Gaetani also had hits. 

Rangers 9, TPLL 4 — Led by starting pitcher Archie Byrne, the visiting Rangers took an early 5-1 lead.  With the bases loaded in the bottom of the 6th, closer Matt Cao struck out the side to preserve the 9-4 victory.  Mayes Cable led the Rangers with 2 hits with a walk and scored 2 runs. 

Phillies 10, TPLL 0 —James Read, Max Vreede and Alex Meleis combined on the shutout, and Lachlan Hurlbut smashed a triple. Reid and Meleis had hits for the winners, as did Taylor Coleman, Avery Peshkin and Liam Koss.


Mets 13, Twins 6 — Tyler Feduska, Colin Campasano and Teddy Holbrook combined on the mound, and Ryder Glynn smacked two hits for the Mets (7-1).

Royals 12, Cardinals 1 — Strong pitching performances by Cody Chittenden, Cooper Maddex and Rivington Lee led the Royals (7-1-1). At the plate, Les Stroud drove in four runs on a two-hit day, Ben Lock doubled, and Lee and Chittenden each had three hits, with Chittenden adding two RBIs. For the Cardinals (1-8), Zach Cornelius struck out six batters while Paxton King stroked a double.

Mets 6, Monarchs 2 — Tyler Feduska, Teddy Holbrook and Colin Camposano led the way on the mound for the Mets, and Camposano had two hits.

Royals 16, Twins 2 — Rivington Lee and Cooper Maddex each smacked inside-the-park home runs for the winners. Lee’s shot went to right field, while Maddex hit his to the fence. Lee also pitched well, as did Ezra Pope-Meyer and Knox Medow. For the Twins, Jonas Jackson went 2-for-2 with a double and Cameron Welstead had a hit.

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