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Boyle Bugle Highlights - 5/6/2024

BOYLE BUGLE/Week of April 29-May 5


We are well into the second half of action at Boyle Park and Friends Field, and rainout makeups continue to provide a steady stream of action. In the Majors, the Giants (9-2) have won nine straight, but the Rays (8-2) remain right at the top alongside them as the Majors teams jockey for the top two seeds in the upcoming double-elimination playoffs. The Yankees (5-4) are squarely in that mix. In the Minors, the Rangers (8-3) and Mariners (8-3) are in a flat-footed tie atop the standings, with the Giants (7-6) lurking in third. And in Minors AAA, the Royals (10-1) are holding off the Cardinals (10-2) with the Giants (7-3-1) holding down third.


To the action!




Reds 8, Tigers 7 —Hudson Wayne went 3-for-4 and Graz Cerchiai and Michael Kievman each had triples to power the offense for the winners. Wayne closed the final two innings for the Reds, striking out three. 


Kadin Mokari and Ryan Lynch each had 2 hits for the Tigers. 


Giants 4, Red Sox 3 — Gray Getty and Rory Murphy pitched three innings each and allowed just one earned run to pace the Giants, who cobbled together a win despite only scratching out one hit, a single by Hunter Getty. Murphy and Evan Wolly each stole home, and Alex James and Hunter Getty scored on an error after a bunt by Jackson Blitzer. Wolly threw out a base runner trying to steal.


For the Reds, Holden Ryan threw two shutout innings with three whiffs, and Hudson Wayne had two hits and scored twice, while Graziano Cerchiai had two hits and two RBIs.


Tigers 3, Red Sox 2 — Jack Chaudhry had big day, surrendering only one hit over five shutout innings, striking out nine and walking three. Chaudhry also did it at the plate, driving in all three Tigers runs with a bases-clearing double.


Cole Swift and Jack Payne pitched well for the Red Sox, allowing one hit and one run in a combined four innings.


Rays 4, Tigers 2 — Teddy Klaassen and Boden Medow each pitched three strong innings for the Rays. Klaassen also reached base in every at bat and scored three runs while Baylin Newman hit a double.


For the Tigers, Kaden Mokari, Jack Chaudry and Levi Weber each pitched two innings and struck out 11 Rays. 


Yankees 5, Reds 2 — Oscar Karlen hurled four scoreless innings of two-hit ball, issuing no walks and whiffing nine to pace the Yankees. Oscar Walker, Mike Peavy and Max Vreede each had multi-hit games for the Yankees, Austen Katz smacked a triple and Uggie Burrows added an RBI single for the winners. Walker also erased a base runner at third base in the sixth to stifle a Reds rally. Katz and Burrows closed out the win on the mound.


For the Reds, Hudson Wayne smoked an RBI double and pitched a strong three innings, striking out seven Yankees.


Giants 6, Tigers 3 — Rory Murphy hit a tie-breaking RBI single in the bottom of the 5th and then closed out the game on the mound with a scoreless 6th to lead the Giants. Gray Getty laced an RBI double and hurled two innings of shutout ball, Reid Holbrook chimed in with two innings on the hill and Fletcher Lucanic had two key RBIs.


For the Tigers, Levi Weber smacked an RBI triple, doubled and scored and Dylan Vanatta added an RBI base hit.




Giants 9, Phillies 8 (7 innings) — A wild one in a Sunday evening rainout makeup saw the Giants overcome a 4-0 first inning deficit and an 8-6 seventh inning deficit, climaxing in a walk-off steal of home by Calvin Boehle. Boehle added two hits and another steal of home for the Giants, who saw George Hueser notch his first hit of the season with an RBI, and Colin Camposano add a big double. On the mound, the Giants saw Charlie McIntosh and Laszlo Winn combine for four shutout innings and nine strikeouts. Defensively, Jonas Jackson made two nice grabs in center field.


For the Phillies, Jack Devin, Henry Schmidt, Tomer Gestalter, David Sills and Alexander Sawyer each had an RBI. Milo Davies struck out six on the hill, while Schmidt (three Ks) and Devlin (two Ks) and Oliver Little pitched well. Gestalter, Devlin and Little each shined on defense, as well.



Mariners 9, D-Backs 5 — Cooper Maddex hit a double into deep right-center, drove in two and scored twice for the M’s, who also saw Cody Chittenden (two runs scored), Wyatt Martin (two hits, RBI) and Ezra Pope-Meyer (two RBIs) add to the offense. Knox Medow and Beau Bremer added hits for the winners.


For the D-Backs, Leo Sassouni, Cameron Welsted, Jasper Persson, Ryder Glynn, Finn Shumway and Charlie Fadhronc each had a knock. Welstead threw out a runner trying to score, as well.


The M’s enjoyed a defensive highlight when Chittenden and Medow combined to nab a runner at home plate.


Mariners 11, Cubs 1 —Mariners bats were hot, getting a season high 13 hits from eight different players. Five Mariners went 2-for-2 including Cooper Maddex, who drove a ball off the center field fence. Cody Chittenden, Les Sollner, Beau Bremer and Wyatt Martin joined the two-hit brigade. Hank Moline, Knox Medow, and Nico Bonistalli also added hits. 


The Cubs hit the ball hard in the 1st inning with Tyler Feduska, Zach Cornelius and Tate Shackleton all getting solid hits. 


Mariners pitching was highlighted by Rivington Lee, who threw two scoreless innings with zero walks and four K's and Cody Chittenden who pitched two innings giving up one run and striking out four.


Feduska pitched well for the Cubs, giving up twi runs, with zero walks and four K's.


Rangers 9, Giants 6 — A rollicking affair saw the Giants break a tie game in the bottom of the fifth with a four-run rally anchored by Jonas Jackson’s three-run double, only to see the Rangers storm back with seven in the top of the sixth to take the lead. The Rangers nailed it down when Patrick Dawson struck out the side in the bottom of the sixth.


For the Rangers, Jake Hollander struck out four in two innings, and went 2-for-2 and scored a run. 


For the Giants, Everett Bailey had a hit, JP Edwards had two and Calvin Boehle had an RBI knock and tagged out a runner at home.


Diamondbacks 10, Phillies 4 — Stone Strader and Cameron Welstead each reached base four times and scored three runs, Jasper Persson racked up three hits and Leo Sassouni walked three times. Teddy Zukoski reached base twice, scoring once. 


On the mound, Welstead tossed two scoreless innings, Lucas Parrett whiffed three over two innings and Finn Shumway struck out three in 1 1/3 innings. Strader closed the game with two strikeouts. 


For the Phillies, Milo Davies recorded four strikeouts.  Bradley Krischer had an RBI single. Alexander Sawyer worked three walks. Tomer Gesthalter had a hit and scored a run stealing home.  Jack Devlin had a hit and scored a run.




Royals 16, Rockies 5 — The Royals were led by the torrid Cruz Williamson, who was 3-for-4 with six more RBIs in a hot stretch. George Quist went 4-for-4 in the two-hole, setting the table early and often for the meat of the order. 


The Royals pitching staff was also solid, with Parker Caselli notching two clean innings, and Oliver Lynch striking out the side in the 3rd.  


The Rockies saw strong performances on the mound from Carter Crosswell who pitched the first two, and key hits from Wales Davison (two RBIs), and Valentino Papale.  


Giants 9, A’s 8 —Liam Pirrone struck out the last batter with the potential winning run on second base to end the game for the Giants. 


Burke Hall hit a two-run triple and went 2-for-3, and Danny Kievman pitched well, while Maclin Gear swiped three bags.


Royals 12, Twins 3 — Parker Casselli started and pitched 1 2/3 strong innings, and knocked two hits and added a walk. Cruz Williamson a strong stretch by going 3-for-3.


Raidan Fernandez starred for the Twins, pitching two strong innings with five strikeouts and going 2-for-2 at the plate.  


Cardinals 7, Pirates 2 — Mateo Meller hit a home run and Aksel Hwang Schell smacked a triple, the first extra base hits of the season for both. 


Cardinals 14, Twins 4 — Jaxon Cummings had his first RBI hit of the season for the Cards, while Wells Lipner smashed a double and a triple. 

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