April 10, 2007 > Mission San Jose Little League Week ending March 31
Mission San Jose Little League Week ending March 31
Mariners 6, A's 5
Mariners outlasted the A's in 10 innings, using Adam Curtis' base hit to score the speedy Cheyenne Walker. Johnny Leinweber was responsible for three runs in the fourth for the M's as he tripled and stole home. Andrew Chang's dramatic double tied the game in the bottom of the sixth. The Mariners' Thomas Rodriguez and Kevin Finch added singles in the nail-biter.
A's 8, Mariners 7
In another match up of the same two teams, the A's edged the Mariners 8-7, despite a triple and two singles from the Mariners' Leinweber and a pair of doubles from Chang. Walker, Curtis, and Finch added singles in the loss for the M's.
Braves 11, Giants 1
James Gaffey's inside-the-park homer and Scott Havard's grand slam paced the Braves' 11-1 win over the Giants. The Braves' Wyatt Ott's catch of a pop fly and quick throw to first for a double play retired the Giants in the third. Reid Marion's double and Patrick Andresen's single each drove in a run.
Angels 3, Yankees 2
Angels pulled out the win over the Yankees, despite fifteen strikeouts by Yankees pitchers Brandon Facha and Brandon Fuhs. Devon Jones pitched well for the Angels and contributed two hits, while Sean Tannenbaum doubled. Tylan Ahmed had a two RBI single for the Angels. Arjun Sarkar's RBI single paced the Yankees' hitting, while second baseman Alex Chen and third baseman Zach Strand played stellar defense.
A's 6, Braves 3
Clutch RBI singles from Julian Tuminaro and Anand Balaji paced the A's to a 6-3 win over the Braves. Second baseman Ritesh Pakala and third baseman Ryan Liu combined on a heads-up defensive play to get a runner at third. Cade Nauman doubled twice, driving in a pair of runs and stole home. Nauman and Liu struck out 11, and Hershal Bhatia contributed a double. For the Braves, pitcher Ryan Henderson struck out seven, and added a single and triple.
Devil Rays 6, A's 3
Karthik Kribakaran's four strikeouts and Michael Brazil's bunts paced the Devil Rays to a 6-3 win over the A's. The Devil Rays had strong base running from Cole Furukawa while Chris Chang and Sean Wolnick of the Devil Rays were very good defensively. Ryan Liu and Cade Nauman struck out fourteen for the A's.
Devil Rays 13, White Sox 9
Despite a pair of doubles each from Patrick Zhu and Monique Francisco, the White Sox fell to the Devil Rays 13-9. Satkaran Tamber added a double and an RBI, while Sabal Malhan drove in two runs. Francisco and Tamber led the defense, and pitcher Evan Chang struck out three batters in one inning.