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May, 2023

Boyle Bugle Highlights - 5/22/2023

BOYLE BUGLE/Week of May 15

The regular season is in the books and it’s playoff time at Boyle Park!

Already, the Minors AAA tournament is underway as last Saturday the Cardinals and Twins advanced to the semifinals,

The Majors quarterfinals are every night this week from Monday thru Thursday, with the (5) Giants vs. (4) Tigers on Monday, the (3) Mariners vs (6) A’s on Tuesday, the (2) White Sox vs  (7) Pirates on Wednesday and the (1) Red Sox vs (8) Yankees on Thursday.

The Minors tournament begins Monday with the (5) Grays vs (4) Phillies on Monday at Boyle, the (3) Rangers vs (2) Cubs on Wednesday and the winner of Grays/Phils vs the (1) Giants on Thursday.

Super Saturday is June 3. See everyone at Boyle!





White Sox 14, Red Sox 3 — Kai Hollander picked up three hits and threw a shutout inning and teammates Tyson Kent and Carleton Hackett each enjoyed two-hit days for the winners, who are the 2-seed in the playoffs. The Red Sox, who had nailed down the 1-seed, got two hits from Boden Medow and a hit and an RBI from Mateo Hernandez.

Mariners 5, Yankees 3 — Gray Getty pitched three innings and Davis Marshall closed it out for the M’s, who locked down the 3-seed for the playoffs with the win. For the Yankees, Leo Tenenbown and Frankie Foster each had two-hit days.

Giants 10, Pirates 2 — Griffin Newby led the way with 2 and 2/3 innings on the mound and two hits at the plate, Jacob DiPippa notched two hits and three RBIs and Rory Murphy chipped in with two hits and two RBIs for the Giants, who secured the five seed in the playoffs. Ty Wallace and Xavier Martin made their pitching debuts for the Giants. For the Pirates, Kadin Mokari knocked a two-run single.

Tigers 10, A’s 3 — Adam Mortimer went 3-for-3 and drove in three while teammates Forrest Slavin and Ethan Cann added two hits each to pace the Tigers, who sewed up the 4-seed in the playoffs with the win. For the A’s, Hudson Wayne had a hit and reached base three times, and Uggie Burrows scored two runs.

Mariners 4, Giants 2 — Oscar Karlen pitched four innings and allowed one earned run, added a sacrifice fly at the plate and scored a key insurance run to lead the Mariners. Gray Getty inherited a bases-loaded, no-out sixth inning and struck out three hitters to preserve the win for the M’s, while his brother Hunter Getty smacked two hits, including a double. For the Giants, Rory Murphy threw four innings, allowing one earned run and chipped in with two hits, while Ben Gulash and Donal Ganderton added an RBI each.

Pirates 2, Mariners 0 — Brodie Williams, Noah Schick and Niki Welter combined on a shutout in a makeup game at Friends North. Williams, Schick and Welter each added base knocks, while Ciaran McDonnell rapped a double. For the M’s, Davis Marshall threw four scoreless innings.

Yankees 11, Tigers 6 — Tigers slugged 10 hits with Forrest Slavin going 2-3 and Declan Lam going 2-3 w two doubles.  The Yanks got 13 hits including Leo Tenenbown who went 2-4, Frankie Foster going 2-3, Chance Donahue going 2-2 and Scott Shaw going 2-3.  Defense could have been tighter on both sides, but the Yankees pitchers (Frankie Foster and Trip Goldmacher) were the difference tossing seven Ks and only giving up one walk, while a platoon of Tigers tossed five Ks and gave up five walks

White Sox 9, A’s 3 — Miller Weir (10 strikeouts) Levi Weber combined for six innings on the mound yielding. The duo also drove in 5 RBIs at the plate. Beckett Glynn and Clillian Flahive accounted for 5 runs scored. For the A's, Jack Payne went 2 for 2 with 2 RBIs.



Twins 13, Monarchs 10 -- Jonas Jackson had a big day, going 4-for-4 with seven RBIs and struck out the side in the sixth to close out a wild playoff game at Boyle Thalia. Milo Davies, Cameron Welstead  and Leo Sassouni each reached base three times and scored three runs for the winners..For the Monarchs, Wyatt Droege and Camden Nelson had key hits and several RBIs; Cameron Nelson hit a bases-clearing bomb to left field; and Jude Willard, Declan McAteer and Nico Bonistalli each scored twice. 




Saturday, May 20 

Cardinals 6, A’s 4 — The Cards advanced to the semifinals to face the 2-seed Mets.

Twins d. Monarchs — The Twins advanced to the semifinals to the face the 1-seed Royals.


Royals 6, Cardinals 4 —Cooper Maddex smashed an inside-the-park grand slam to lead a Royals comeback. The Royals enjoyed standout defense from Nolan Corwin in left field and Knox Medow, who speared a line drive to start a double play. Les Stroud had two hits and Cody Chittenden hurled the final two innings. For the Cards, Tate Shackelton and Oscar Campbell both went 3-for-3, Paxton King added two hits and Zach Cornelius pitched two strong innings.

Mets 5, Twins 4 — The Mets rallied for two in the bottom of the sixth, as Jasper Persson smoked a ball off the fence to plate Collin Camposano with the tying run, and Ava Johnston reached base with two outs to push the winning run across. The Twins received key hits from Cameron Welstead, Abdullah Mulla and Leo Sosouni.

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