Palm Beach Angels (35+ Division) vs Dade Tigers (35+ Division)
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Palm Beach Angels (35+ Division)
Dade Tigers (35+ Division)

Angels Top Tigers
by Palm Beach Angels (35+ Division)

After Alvaro Gomez's home run tied the score in the top of the fifth, the Palm Beach Angels of Coconut Creek (representing greater Fort Lauderdale) got a clutch two run single from Claude Love in the seventh. That hit broke the tie in the Halos' favor en route to an 11-4 win over the powerful Dade Tigers. Jeff O' Kelley pitched six strong innings to garner the win. Gomez tossed three innings of exceptional relief to earn a save. Gomez and Anthony DeFilippis led the Angels with three hits each. The win reduces the Angels' magic number for clinching the division's regular season flag to one.

Tigers can't hold on
by Dade Tigers (35+ Division)

This game had all the makings of a heavyweight bout as both teams would exchange blows for the first 7 innings. The Angels would jump out to a quick 1-0 lead in the 1st inning. The Tigers would tie the score 1-1 in the bottom of the second when catcher Danger Villalobos would hit a solo shot to left. The next inning Jorge Castellanos would hit a Sac Fly to give the Tigers a 2-1 lead. The Angles tied the game again 2-2 in the top of the 4th and they continued to threaten with the bases loaded and one out but Tigers pitcher Ryan Paylor would get the batter to ground out to SS Angel Estevez who ended the rally with an unassisted double play. Once again the lead changed in the bottom of the 4th when Tigers outfielder Duane Medina hit an RBI double and made the contest 3-2 Tigers. That lead did not hold up long as the Angels once again tied it 3-3 in the top of the 5th with a lead off home run. The game remained tied 3-3 till the top of the 7th when the Angles would add two runs in the top of inning to make it 5-3 Angels. Tigers would add one run in the bottom of the 7th to cut Angels lead to one going into the 8th, That's when two very uncharacteristic errors by the Tigers defense would give the hard hitting Angels the opportunity they needed. The Angels would break it wide open and score 6 runs to put this one out reach 11-4. The Tigers look to bounce back this week when they face the Rangers in another game with playoff implications.

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