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Blue Teams Fight to a Draw

Written by Dennis on 05-06-2003

Dramatic comebacks for both teams fittingly ends in a tie. Bad news for the Black team, who find themselves alone at the bottom.

Great last inning leadoff single for the mighty Gabby started a rally that had victory written all over it, except for a confused moment by Moises, DK Blue had this game. No matter, it is hard to fault a guy who went 4 for 4, with three runs scored and one rbi, as Moises did. Said scorekeeper Geoangy, "I'll talk to him, ...don't worry, he won't do that again." Juan V. also had a great 4 for 4 game, with 3 rbi's, bumping him into the top ten in hitting. Teacher Richard had his worst hitting game in a Landmark uniform, going 1 for 3, but still managed a nifty 3 rbi's.

For Light Blue it was Yralee who dominated, going 3 for 3 with 2 runs scored and 2 rbi's. This game put her on top of all females in several categories, but also placed her as the number two best hitter so far this season behind only Joel Ten. Asked why she is playing her best baseball in her four years in the league, Yralee said, "I don;t know, I guess I am inspired this year." David Mojica continued his hot hitting, but unfortunately he also continued his bad base running. He has been thrown out 3 times this season so far, one away from the landmark record of four.

Overall both teams should be proud of their play. Both showed the could come from behind, and both made great plays in the field. "I think a message was made by both teams," said DK Blue captain Jason Colon, "Red and Pinstripe had better not sleep on either of us." I think he is right.

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