Monday, July 16, 2007

BPALL Bats Were Quiet

Bigger Bats Tend to Win Games and Bigger Bats BPALL Did Not Have

BPALL bats were quiet most of the night. In the 3rd inning Andrew Romano hit a blooper over the pitcher's head for a single. With Christopher Rivera up to bat, taking a 0-1 pitch a pass ball moved Romano to 2nd. Rivera went the other way with a hit to right field but the right fielder erred and could not hold on to the ball scoring Romano for a run. That would be BPALL's only run of the night.

BPALL came close to their 2nd run but Justin Ray was called out at the plate while stealing home. On a pass ball, Tustin Western catcher hustled to feed their pitcher the ball to tag Ray out at home plate. One would argue with the judgement call made by the umpire. "How do you make a call from behind the play blue," one spectator yelled. Another lone voice almost lost in the crowd exclaimed, "Maybe you oughta get in front of the play to call it blue."

After only 2 innings, Rivera was replaced by Romano on the mound who seemed to have fared better in this one-sided match up.

Keeping up with the hit parade, the final blow was a Tustin Western two-RBI homer over left field to mercy BPALL in the bottom of the 5th inning with a score 11-1.

Losing pitcher: Christopher Rivera
Reliever: Andrew Romano

Next game: Tuesday, July 17, 2007 at 6 p.m. versus Yorba Hills @ La Mirada.

Andrew Romano had the only hit in the game for BPALL.

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