Dade Tigers (35+ Division) vs Magic City Red Sox (35+ Division)
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Dade Tigers (35+ Division)
Magic City Red Sox (35+ Division)

Tigers win another close one
by Dade Tigers (35+ Division)

The Red Sox jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the first inning. The Tigers got a run in the top of the 2nd to make it 2-1 but the Red Sox added another run in the bottom of the 3rd to take a 3-1 lead. The Tigers bats had a glimpse of their regular selves in 4th when they added 3 runs to take the lead 4-3. That stayed that way until game MVP Jorge Castellanos lined a single to left in the top of the top of 7th and then managed to get all the way home by stealing a bag, advancing on a sacrifice fly, and finally scoring on a passed ball (those of you who have played at South Miami High know that scoring on a passed ball is no easy feat), that insurance run would end up being the difference. Both teams had stellar performances on the mound. Red Sox pitcher held the hard hitting Tigers to 5 runs on 11 hits w/8 K's and 10 runners LOB plus he threw a complete game. But the most impressive stat line goes to 60 year old ringer Nelson Ruiz. He pitched 5 innings giving up 3 runs (2ER), 4 hits while striking out 10 of the 23 batters he faced (all of which are half his age) and only walking one. Nelson's offspring Michelle Ruiz came in on relief and pitched 4 innings giving up 1 run off of 1 hit and struck out 5 while only walking 2. The Red Sox played a great game regardless of the bush-league play that occurred, we look forward to the next meeting. Tigers improve to 7-1 on the season and look to continue their winning ways when they face the Dodgers next week.

Game under protest
by Magic City Red Sox (35+ Division)

The one exception to this rule is if a manager designates one or less courtesy runners prior to the start of the game, he may use one courtesy runner to run for a player that reaches base and is injured in the process of doing so. In so doing the manager has now declared this player as having a courtesy runner for the remainder of the game. The purpose of this rule is to allow players with minor injuries to continue hitting in the batting line up, and it may only be used once during a game providing the manager has not declared his maximum two courtesy runners prior to the start of the game. The player to make the last batted out must act as the courtesy runner. A batted out is defined as a player which made out while at the plate (i.e. a runner forced at second is not a batted out). If there is no previous batted out to act as a courtesy runner (i.e. first inning rally), the manager shall use the last batter in his line up.

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