Southern Yankees (28+ Division) vs Deerfield White Sox (28+ Division)
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Southern Yankees (28+ Division)
Deerfield White Sox (28+ Division)

Summer Slugfest ends after both sides take best shot
by Southern Yankees (28+ Division)

The Southern Yankees outslugged the battling Deerfield White Sox 19-15 after both sides traded early & late blows in a see-saw game. The Southern Yankees jumped out to an early 4 zip lead after 2 innings. After scoring 5 runs in the fIFTH frame the Yanks led 10-2 and were cruising behing the stellar pitching of Franklin Brito. But the resilient Deerfield White Sox and there young squad of sluggers battled back and erupted for 11 runs in the bottom of the 7th. With that outburst the White Sox stormed back from a 13-4 deficit to take the lead 15-13 heading into the 8th. The Southern Yankees offensive machine answered the bell by coming back with 6 runs and retook the lead 19-15 late. Hector Perez came on to put out the fire after a valiant performance by starter Brito who had developed a blister on his pitching finger. So the Yankees held on and won in an exciting game once again as every contest has been this season. HATS OFF to manager Steve Wulf & his talented group of ballplayers who battled throughout and made it an intersting contest. Reidy Oliva and Kenny Silberling led the Yankees attack with 3 hits apiece & Sam Bartoletta and Hector Perez both stroked two hits . Bartoletta, Perez, Silberling, Frank Crupi, Ray Asmar, and JerRy Wichert all led the balanced Southern Yankees attack with 2 RBI each. All in all the Yankees stroked 15 hits, took advantage of 10 free passes, stole 5 bases and only stuck out 3 times. Putting the ball in play makes all the difference as it showed with sloppy play at times on both sides. Once again we look forward to next weeks contest & the return of many of ouR talented players to the BALLfield.. iN SUMMARY it was a great game with lots of action. We are getting exposed to numerous baseball scenarios which will help us in future contests. STAY THIRSTY MY FRIENDS!

White Sox comeback bid falls short
by Deerfield White Sox (28+ Division)

The Yankees would get way up early on. Down 13-4 going into the bottom of the 7th, the White Sox would rally for 11 runs, capped by Mike Search's Grand Slam to left into the trees at Lynn! The Yankees would then retake the lead in the following inning and not give it back up. Victor Rogers would be hot at the plate going 3 for 4 with 4 runs scored and two stolen bases, and Mike Clark with another 3-hit game - as well as gunning down two runners at 2nd from the plate! We'll look forward to next week...lets keep the bats alive! Good luck to Ray and the always classy Southern Yankees on the rest of their season. Hope we get to play this one again!

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