Week Five Recap

Saints 0 – Diamondbacks 5:

The Diamondbacks came into this week salivating with the idea that they could start the week off with an early (9am) victory against the Saints. Unfortunately for the Saints, they could not put up enough of a fight to stop this from happening. I have to admit, being on the wrong side of results all of last season, I am pulling for the Saints (just not against my team). The Dbacks exploded for four runs in the bottom of the 3rd and that’s all they needed for a victory. Martin, back to playing stickball, started the scoring with a  2 run double. Joey and Anthony followed with 1 run doubles apiece to finish the scoring that inning. In the 5th, Joey drove in Martin to score the fifth and final run of the game. Jeremy was the highlight of the day for the Saints, going 2 for 2 in the game.

Saints: Jeremy (2-2, 2 Singles)

Diamondbacks: Martin (2-3, 1 Single, 1 Double, 2 RBIs)    Joey (2-3, 2 Doubles, 2 RBIs)


Emperors 1 – Leland 4:

Leland was looking forward to this matchup on Field 3. Earlier this season when these teams faced off, Emps won by a run, on a few Leland miscues. Leland opened the scoring in the 3rd inning when Doug and Freddy singled in a run each to take a 2 run lead over the Champs. The Emperors answered right back when Forty drove in Mike from 3rd on a groundout. Leland made the game a 2 run difference again when Angel barreled around the bases for a solo Home Run in the 5th inning. Leland added another run in the 6th when Edwin took advantage of an argument and flew around the bases for the game’s final run. The Emperors uncharacteristically struck out a total of 5 times in the game and could not get a runner into scoring position since the 4th inning. In fact, that runner, which scored for the Emperors, was the only runner to reach scoring position for the Emperors throughout the entire game.

Emperors: Mike (1-3, 1 Tirple)

Leland Legends: Doug (1-3, 1 Double, 1 RBI)    Angel (2-3, 1 Single, 1 Home-run, 1 RBI)


Gold 11 – Ravens 1:

The Gold is definitely one of this season’s highest scoring teams and they proved how good they still are by blowing out the Ravens in this one. The scoring started in the 1st inning when Papo tripled and was driven in on a sac fly by Dusty to give The Gold a 1-0 lead. The next inning, The Gold jumped ahead with a 5 run inning. They totaled 7 hits that inning. Dusty drove in 2 more runs when he doubled. Four runs followed the next inning highlighted by 5 extra base hits. Four players had an RBI that inning, and Dusty obtained his 4th of the game. The Ravens got on the scoreboard in the 5th inning when Danny hit a sac fly for his team. In the 5th inning, Papo tripled in a run for The Gold. The Ravens had to say nevermore when the mercy rule was put into effect in the 5th inning.

Gold: Papo (4-4, 1 Single, 1 Double, 2 Triples, 2 RBIs)    Dusty (2-4, 2 Doubles, 4 RBIs)

Ravens: Artie (2-2, 1 Single, 1 Double)

Sugar Hill 7 – Saints 1:

Sugar Hill is making a strong case for being one of the NYESL’s best teams this season.  The Saints were trying to get a win on the board when these two faced each other. Sugar Hill jumped out to an early lead when Eccy singled in a run in the 1st inning. They added two more in the 3rd when Cooks hit a 2 run HR. Another 2 runs were added on in the top of the 5th when Baez hit a 2 run, 2 out double. SugarHill’s final runs came in the 6th inning when Ralph hit a 2 run home run to put an exclamation mark on the day. The Saints scored their only run in the final inning when Pete Jr. hit an RBI triple. Hopefully The Saints can build around that and score more runs in the weeks to come.  

Sugar Hill: Ralph (2-4, 2 Singles, 2 RBIs)    Cooks (3-4, 2 Singles, 1 Home-run, 1 RBI)

Saints: Raul (1-3, 1 Double)


Diamondbacks 4 – Emperors 0:

This game was scoreless till the top of the 5th inning, where the Diamondbacks put a 4 spot on the scoreboard. Dave reached base with a single and Jay drove him in with an RBI double. Martin followed his dad’s hit with an RBI single and Joey drove in Martin with an RBI double. Lionel put the finishing touches with an RBI single, to make the score 4 – 0. This is all the scoring in the game as the Emperors offense could not put together hits.

Diamondbacks: Jay (2-4, 1 Single, 1 Double, 1 RBI)    Martin (2-4, 2 Singles, 1 RBI)

Emperors: Mike (3-4, 3 Singles)


Sugar Hill 0 – Royals 5:

The Royals got the board first in the bottom half of the 4th inning thanks to Darnell`s 2 run home-run. In the bottom of the 5th inning, they struck again. Chey hit a solo home-run to make the score 3 – 0. In the next inning, the Royals put the game away with 2 more runs. Dave and Ruben reached base with singles and Darnell drove them in with a 2 RBI double. The Royals went on to win 5 – 0.

Sugar Hill: Ralph (1-3, 1 Triple)

Royals: Chey (2-3, 1 Single, 1 Home-run, 1 RBI)    Darnell (2-3, 1 Double, 1 Home-run, 4 RBIs)


Royals 5 – Ravens 2:

The Royals got the offense going early. In the top of the 1st, Frankie reached on a double and Dave drove him in with an RBI double. The Ravens got that run back in the bottom half of the inning. Dax got the offense going with a double and Nelson drove him in with an RBI double. In the top of the 3rd inning, the Royals put up a 3 spot on the scoreboard. Frankie hit a single and Eric drove him in with an RBI double. Dave followed that up with his own RBI double. Ruben drove in the 3rd run of the inning with an RBI single. In the top of the 5th inning, the Royals added an insurance run, thanks to Chey`s RBI single. The Ravens tried to get something going in the bottom of the 7th inning. Jeremy and Ed hit back to back singles and Nelson drove them in with an RBI single, making the score 5 – 2 but that is all the scoring that they got.

Royals: Dave (4-4, 2 Singles, 2 Doubles, 2 RBIs)    Ruben (2-4, 2 Singles, 1 RBI)

Ravens: Nelson (3-4, 2 Singles, 1 Double, 2 RBIs)


Silver Bullets 2 – Gold 3:

The stats where not taken for the Gold. This is the second time, this match-up was not recorded properly. This was a very intense game. Gold won on a walk-off sac fly in the bottom of the 7th inning. (Please do the stats properly).