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Mar, 2024

Boyle Bugle Highlights - Week of 5/11-5/16


What a day. Saturday’s Opening Day parade, bagpipes, cheers and ceremonial first pitch from Majors Giants coach Lou Patler — celebrating his 37th year in the league and roaring back from a major health scare in the fall — made for the thrill of the grass, indeed. Special nod to Georgia Madland for a beautiful national anthem.

And the games! We’re off and running and the debut Boyle Bugle is below.


Reds 8, Red Sox 3 — Hudson Wayne and Matthew Cao each had two hits and two RBIs to lead the Reds offense and Liam Connell pitched two scoreless innings, striking out four. Jack Lee collected two hits for the Red Sox. 

Yankees 2, Tigers 1— The Yankees won on a walk off two-run single by Oscar Karlen with one out, scoring Henry Lee and Charlie Davies. The Tigers scored on a passed ball in the top of the 5th, and they received excellent pitching from Kadin Mokari, Ryan Lynch, Jack Chaudhry  and Levi Weber. 

The Yankees also enjoyed strong pitching from Oscar Karlen, Oscar Walker, Uggie Burrows and Charlie Davies, as well as some fine defensive plays by Archie Byrne in center field and Max Vreede at third base.

Rays 5, Giants 3 — The Rays were led by Baylin Newman with two hits and strong pitching by August Gottlieb, Walker Yaeger, Beckett Glyyn and Teddy Klaassen. 

Hunter Getty had two hits for the Giants while Reid Holbrook, Evan Wolly, Chance Donahue, Gray Getty and Fletcher Lucanic all pitched well. 


Mariners 11, Rangers 1 — Cooper Maddex had a big day, smacking a home run over the right field fence and adding an inside-the-park home run to lead the M’s. 

Rivington Lee, Knox Medow, Cody Chittenden and Les Sollner also got hits to help the Mariners. Wyatt Droege, Paxton King and Liam Mechler notched hits for the Rangers. Chittenden and Medow pitched well for the Mariners, combining for eight strikeouts in four innings. Wyatt Droege pitched very well for the Rangers. 

Giants 8, D-Backs 5 — Six pitchers combined to lead the Giants, and JP Edwards knocked two hits and played good defense for the winners. The D-Backs turned a triple play in the game.

D-Backs 14, Phillies 4 —The D-Backs were led by strong pitching performances from Cameron Welstead, Lucas Parrett, and Finn Shumway, who combined for 11 strikeouts. Welstead also rapped three hits and Jasper Persson added two RBIs. 

For the Phillies, Jack Devlin came in as relief pitcher and fanned three.  Milo Davies, John McClatchy and Tomer Gesthalter each recorded RBIs for the Phillies in the loss. 

Mariners 7, Cubs 1 — Cody Chittenden, Knox Medow and Cooper Maddex combined to only surrender one run and three hits for the winners. 

For the Cubs, Tyler Feduska pitched two strong innings and Abdullah Mulla hurled an inning of one-run ball. At the plate for the M’s, Chittenden went 2-for-2 with two RBIs, Ezra Pope-Meyer had a hit an an RBI while Maddex and Wyatt Martin each had a hit. For the Cubs, Feduska went 2-for-2 with a double and Zach Cornelius added a hit and an RBI.


Royals 7, Pirates 1 — George Quist hit a three-run double, then helped close it out on the mound along with Oliver Lynch for the Royals. Parker Caselli and Pax Parsa-Grenough also pitched well for the winners.

For the Pirates, Stefan Sigg whiffed six in two innings.

Giants 8, Twins 3 — Danny Kievman and Liam Parrone each struck out the side in the second and third innings to lead the winners. Zack Rich earned the game ball for the Giants for assisting the catcher with his gear. 

Royals 5, Cardinals 3 — The Royals rallied behind key hits from Joel Sollner, Cruz Williamson and Oliver Lynch and then relied on Parker Caselli and Lynch to close it out on the mound with five strikeouts in the final two innings.

Grey Robinson notched a key hit for the Cards and pitcher Gavin Schwartz escaped a jam in the first when George Quist and Caselli singled for the Royals.

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