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Majors Game Summary

April 28 Games:


April 30 Games:

Padres 6 - Astros 0
JT Ricci started on the mound going 4 scoreless innings striking out 5 getting the win. Henry Danielewicz pitched the last two innings to complete the shutout. Tommy Rutherford led the offensive attack for the Padres going 3 for 3 at the plate with 2 RBI’s. Jack Leonard was strong on the mound for the Astros pitching 5 innings striking out 5 batters.


May 2 Games:

Padres 6 - Cubs 5
With the Padres down to their last strike down 5-1 in the bottom of the 6th the pulling off the unthinkable by scoring 4 runs all with two outs to tie the game 5-5 and complete the comeback scoring the game winning run in extra innings winning 6-5. The comeback was capped off by a game tying 3 run double by Jack Babcock. Both Charlie Bedsworth and Jackson Miller were very good pitching 4 and 3 innings respectively combining to strike out 15 Cubs batters. Charlie Michelloti started on the mound for the Cubs and was virtually un hitable striking out 11 Padres over 5 2/3 innings.


May 3 Games:


May 5 Games:


May 10 Games:

Cubs 4 - Red Sox 7
Will Gryzenia pitched a gem for the Red Sox, striking out 7 in 4 innings of work.  Colin Cotton, Charlie Winkler, and Brady Magee all had hits for the Sox.  Brody Vinyard had two doubles.  Both Drew Brown and Grayson Wodzizc had hits for the Cubs. 


May 12 Games:


May 14 Games:


May 17 Games:

Red Sox 10 -  Astros 0
Complete game no-hitter by Brody Vinyard.  Marty Wayman, Brady Magee, Will and Davis Gryzenia, Charlie Winkler and Max Prather all contributed with key hits for the Red Sox.  Jack Leonard and Matthew B both played well for the Astros. 





AAA Game Summary

April 23 Games:

Bulls 7 - Rivercats 6:
Bulls walked off the Rivercats after the Rivercats staged an epic comeback with 2 outs in the 6th to take the lead.  Bulls were led by great pitching from Brady Cooper, while Jack Ropke had 2 extra base hits, and scored the winning run.  Rivercats had great pitching from Dylan Harthorn and Pierce Danziger, while James Blake led the hitting attack including a clutch triple to extend the game.


April 27 Games:

Bulls 9 -  Mudhens 8:
Bulls hang on to squeak by the Mudhens in an exciting back and forth game.  Conor Magee pitched 3 2/3 innings of a one run ballgame for the win, and Grayden Waterson earned the save with the tying run on second.  Sophia Brink and Kate Denomme paced the Bulls hitting attack with multiple hits each.  The Mudhens had great pitching from Everett McKenzie, JR Crandall and Brody Vandrew while Lucas Ferguson led the hitting attack with 3 hits.

Bats 13 - RiverCats 8:
The Bats were led by Charlie Harber who had a double and three runs scored as well as 3 innings on the mound with 2 unearned runs given up. River Cats were led by Marcus Lulis who reached base three times with 2 runs scored and Blake who had a double to the left field wall. The play of the game was your classic 7-1-2 play at the plate with a throw from left fielder Jake Campbell with relay to pitcher Charlie Harber to throw at the plate to Carson Ahee who applied the tag for the out!


April 29 Games:

Knights 17 - Bats 9:

In a hard fought game during inclement weather, the Knights scored their first victory of the season with hits to the outfield being provided by James Van Marcke, Nick Rondini, and Jackson Watson. Knight’s pitcher Brewer Puma provided a steady opener and the save was recorded by the cool hand of first-time pitcher William O’Dell. The Bats offense and defense mounted several attacks throughout the game, with big hits to the outfield being provided by Carson Ahee and Jack Horst.


May 2 Games:

Knights 16 - Bats 17
The Knights were led by James VanMarke and Will Hines who both scored three runs and contributed on the mound. The Bats battled back from a deficit with Teddy Randazzo holding the Knights to no runs in the Top of the 6th and which allowed the Bats to tie the game in the bottom of the 6th with a double by Joseph Fodell who later scored to win the game on a walk off. 

Mudhens 10 - Bulls 7
The Bulls got off to a quick lead. The Mudhens had a complete team effort in the comeback.  Starting pitcher Lukas Ferguson had his season debut and led the Mudhens with 2 solid innings.  The Bulls flame thrower Brady Cooper did an excellent job slowing the Mudhens hitting down in the middle of the game.  Alex Tranchida had the hit of the game for the Mudhens into center field. 


May 4 Games:

Bat  13 - Mud Hens 12
The Bats were led by Charlie Harber who scored three runs and pitched 2 2/3 innings giving up 2 runs. Flynn Bigbee and Jake Campbell also had nice games at the plate getting on base scoring twice. The Mud Hens had a nice game by Everett who walked and scored twice and also pitched 2 innings on the mound. 


Knights 11 - Rivercats 11
On a night strong with the force, Ewoks and Wookies waged a battle which will be remembered for the ages. The Rivercats pounced to an early lead led by Dylan Hawthorn’s gun-slinging performance on the mound. The Knights regrouped in the third inning to forge an epic comeback that was capped by a homerun hit by Jack Nickolas that reached the brick wall “monster” in left field. After tying the game, Knight’s pitcher Will Hines took the mound and began repeatedly striking down Rivercat hitters.  Deep in the game – and tied at 10 – the Rivercat’s James Blake stepped to the plate and blasted a home run shot that cleared the brick wall “monster” and is said to still be traveling to this day.  The “Mighty” James was greeted and congratulated by both teams at home plate on a shot that will certainly become Grosse Pointe lore!  Down by one run in the bottom of the sixth, the Knight’s were able to secure the tying run on a steal-at-home based on the quick feet of James Van Marcke.


May 6 Games:

Knights 15 - 
Mudhens 12
The cool and rainy evening couldn’t stop the flaming hot hands of Knight pitchers Brewer Puma and Jack Nickolas who combined for 13 strikeouts over 5 innings pitched.  Ethan Smith got the Knight’s offense rocking-and-rolling in the third inning with a well hit single. And, Nick Rondini kept the Knight’s offense humming all game long with two singles and a line-drive double to center field  drive in four runs.  J.R. Crandall and Everett McKenzie combined for just over three innings pitched on the mound for the Mudhens. While Michael Melhem and John Bageris each got on base three times for the Mudhens, and ultimately provided four runs scored.

Bulls 18 - Bats 12
It was a slugfest in the rain as both teams poured on the offense.  The Bulls limited the Bats damage with two smooth double plays led by Kate Denomme and Sam Krupp.  Christopher Damman and Sophie Brink paced the Bulls hitting attack while Jack Horst, Joseph Fodell and Teddy Randazzo had big hits for the Bats.


May 11 Games:

Bulls 7 - River Cats 4
The Bulls come back to squeak by the River Cats in an epic pitchers duel.  Hudson Frey started for the River Cats and was lights out through 3 scoreless innings with help from great catching from Martin Krall and Pierce Danziger.  Brady Cooper pitched 4 and 2/3 innings to close it out for the Bulls giving up one hit and striking out 11.  Patrick Gough executed a perfect bunt single for the River Cats while Christopher Damman and Max Coplen lead the Bulls hitting attack with two hits each.

Mudhens 13 - 
Bats 3
The Mudhens were led with great pitching by Ferguson and Crandall.  Catcher for the Mudhens Gavin Moreno was a brick wall behind the plate. The Mudhens offense was able to get out to an early lead.  Bats had a couple of great plays in the field as well as a very nice double by Ahee.


May 13 Games:

 
Bulls 12 - Knights 9
The Bulls hold off the Knights in an exciting back and forth game.  The Knights started off strong with great defense at SS from William Hines behind the starter Nick Rondini.  The Bulls were able to come back on offense in a team effort as all Bulls scored a run – Nick Ferguson led with 2 hits.  The Knights kept fighting with great hits from Jacob Gilewski and Dylan Petkowski – but Conor Magee was able to hold them at bay during his 4 2/3 innings pitched to close the game including 7 strikeouts with zero walks.

 Mudhens 17 - RiverCats 7
Mudhens were led by Brody Vandrew who pitched 3 complete innings. Mudhens offense was on sparked  with extra base hits by Morris, Ryder Vandrew, Ferguson, and Brody Vandrew.  The River cats had a huge play in the field as well as a double both by Patrick Gough.  


May 15 Games:

 
RiverCats 15 - Knights 14
Great day for matinee baseball, in an epic back and forth battle against rivals the Knights and RiverCats. RiverCats edge out the Knights in the bottom of the 6th with a left field triple by Henry McCulloch, who also scored the winning run on a passed ball. Great pitching on both sides by Brewer Puma and Will Hines for the Knights, and Dylan Harthorn and Hudson Frye for the RiverCats. Other hitting highlights included ab amazing to the fence triple by James Van Marcke and doubles by Brewer Puma, Jake Gilewski, and Jack Nicholas of the knights. Doubles by Pierce Danziger, Marcus Lulis, and Dylan Harthorn of the RiverCats.  

Bulls 16 - Bats 7
Great pitching from Teddy Randazzo and Carson Ahee was unable to hold off the Bulls offense in a Saturday afternoon game.  The Bulls were helped by three AA call ups – Michael Agnone, Charlie Bunch and Conrad Casby – whom all played great.  The Bulls had a balanced attack as all players scored – led by multiple extra base hits from Max Coplen.  Teddy Randazzo, Jack Horst and Joseph Fodell paced the Bats offense.


 
May 18 Games:

Bulls 17 - Mudhens 11
The Bulls comeback from an early deficit to defeat the Mudhens in an offensive showdown.  The Bulls were led by Brady Cooper who homered and scored three runs, Kate Denomme who doubled and scored three runs, Conor Magee with a hit, two runs scored and defense at third, and Jack Ropke with a great catch in deep center.  Brody Vandrew hit two doubles and Andrew Morris had a key two RBI hit to pace the Mudhens.


RiverCats 13 - Bats- 12
In a dramatic back and forth game that lead to an extra inning of play
being tied at 11 after the 6th, Marcus Lulis hit a walk off double scoring
2 for the River Cats at the end of the 7th.
Starters Pierce Danziger for the RiverCats and Bennet Walsh for the Bats
both were both outstanding on the mound lasting 4 innings each.
RiverCat's Pierce Danziger, Max Chittenden, and Martin Krall all managed
multiple hits, as well as multiple hits by Henry Lamb, Carson Ahee, Teddy
Randazoo and Joesph Fodell for the Bats.


May 19 Games:

Mudhens 9 - Rivercats 5
The pitching in tonight’s game was incredible by both sides. Mudhens pitched Lukas Ferguson who made it through 4 innings and brought in the closer John Bageris for 2 shut out innings. River cats  pitched Patrick Gough and Martin Krall both very talented left handed pitchers.  Mudhens offense was led by J.R. Crandall who had 2 hits for 3 RBI’s. Incredible summer night for baseball and a job well done by both teams.


May 20 Games:

RiverCats 10 - Knights 4
Great defensive battle between these rival teams, with superb starting
pitching from Knight’s Nick Rondini, and RiverCat’s Dylan Harthorn. Dylan
went 4 innings allowing only 3 runs, and Max Chittenden earning the save
after striking out the side in the bottom of the 6th inning.

Hitting highlights included extra base hits by RiverCat’s Pierce Danziger,
Hudson Frey, Martin Krall; and Matthew Shimko laying down a perfect bunt to
beat the throw to 1st. Extra base hits by Knight’s Nick Rondini, James Van
Marcke, and a beautiful stand-up double to the monster brick wall by Jack
Nicholas.

Bulls 19 – Bats 18
The Bulls sneak out a walk off victory in a slugfest.  The Bulls and the Bats battled in a game that could have gone either way – each team had 18 hits but the Bulls had last bats allowing them to earn the victory on a walkoff double from Sam Krupp.   Carson Ahee of the Bats and Brady Cooper of the Bulls both homered deep to the outfield.  Grayden Waterson and Max Coplen lead the Bulls both with 2 hits and 4 runs scored while Jake Campbell and Henry Lamb had multiple hits for the Bats.  Drew Wood kept the Bulls at bay in the middle of the game with strong strike throwing.


May 25 Games:

Mudhens 15 - Bats 4
J.R. Crandall started on the mound for the Mudhens. Pitched 3 1/3 innings with 7 strikeouts. Brody Vandrew came in and pitched 1 2/3 of shutout baseball.  Brody Vandrew and John Bageris both got on base and scored all 3 times at the plate tonight. Incredible fielding play made by Drew Wood for the Bats. 


 
May 27 Games:

Bulls 14 - RiverCats 10
The Bulls hang on to beat the RiverCats.  The Bulls had a true team effort as everyone scored led by Brady Cooper’s homerun, Sam Krupp’s two hits and Grayden Waterson reaching base three times.  The RiverCats offense was lead by Charlie Chittenden with three hits and Dylan Harthorn reaching base three times.


AA Game Summary

April 27 Games:

Storm 6 - Thunder 4:
Graham Farrell had three hits for the thunder and Casby and Henry each hit a double. Michael Agnone had two hits for the storm and Charlie bunch and Nico Brennan each contributed extra base hits. It was a close game between two strong teams, but in the end the Storm was able to weather the competition for a win!

Yard Goats 3 - Raptors 0 :
Julian Wade went 4 shut out innings throwing 51 total pitches. Evric Arnold caught 5 innings and hit a long ball that he reached home on to give the GOATS a 3 to zero lead. It was a tale of pitching for both sides with all around great performances from the bump. Yards Goats struck early and that was all that was needed in the end. Raptors top performers were Will Kowal and Charlie Tourangeau.  William Krall came in to make sure the lead did not grow.


May 2 Games:

Thunder 6 - Raptors 2:
A well-pitched game for the Thunder secured the win with strong outings from Henry Schmitt, David Hindelang and Conrad Casby, holding the Raptors to three hits. The Thunder’s pitching was bolstered by Hindelang and Graham Farrell with two hits a piece. William Kowal led the offense for the Raptors with two extra base hits and two runs scored.

Storm 9 - Yard Goats 0:
Nicolas Provenzano led the way for the Storm with two hits and Kevin Agnone and Teddy Cotton each contributed RBI base hits.  Evric Arnold pitched well and Zander Kopp made some outstanding plays at shortstop for the Yard Goats.


May 4 Games:

Storm 15 - Raptors 6
Nico Brennan led the attack for the Storm with two extra base hits.  Will Stines and Will Kowal each contributed base hits for the Raptors. 

Yard Goats 7 - Thunder 0
Yard Goats had 3 hits by Evric Arnold and followed by Zander Kopp, with three RBIs knocking in Evric in the even innings.  Brady Lamb handled the last three innings on the mound giving up one hit, no runs and striking out 4.  Elliot Duhaime wouldn’t let a ball get past second base and, made a great play to get the lead runner thwarting an attack by the Strom.  Thunder starting pitcher Conrad Casby, with a very strong showing, Struck out 7.  Jack Gryzenia and Henry Schmitt led the storm, with strong plate appearances, each getting nice hits.


May 6 Games:

Thunder 13 - Storm 3
A solid pitching performance by Philip Balow set the Thunder off to a good start, with 3 innings pitched and no runs allowed. The Thunder offense was led by Conrad Casby with a single, double and triple, along with Graham Farrell, Jack Ingle and Colin Gough, who each contributed with RBI singles. David Hindelang came into the game in the fourth inning to hold the Storm to three runs on three hits to secure the win. The Storm’s Michael Agnone had two hits with one run scored. The Storm also saw strong pitching performances from Henry Gotfredson and Lukas Bukovec, who battled through tough conditions to support the effort.

Raptors 9 - Yard Goats 10
Classic AA ball pitching planning battle.  A 5 run top of 3 from the Raptors, that had the GOATS reeling, was followed by a 7 run bottom 4 strike by the Goats to go up 2.  A 4 run top of the 6th from a strong Raptor's offense got them to a 2 run lead.  The GOATS would close them down in the bottom of the 6th with a 2 run home run from Julian Wade and a swinging bunt hustle to first from Miles Kapusta that Evric Arnold hustled home on to seal the epic battle in the cold drizzle.  Raptors hitting was led by Krall with 2 doubles and Kowal and Utley each had two hits.  GOATS hitting was powered by a 3 run RBI triple from Zander Kopp and a monster two run HR from Julian Wade.


May 11 Games:

Raptors 11 - Thunder 7
Strong pitching by Henry Schmitt staked the Thunder to an early 7-2 lead.  Their offense was propelled by Henry Schmitt and Graham Farrell who both reached base three times on two hits and a walk each.  The Raptors came clawing back in the middle and late innings to rally for a 10-7 win.  The Raptors offense was led by John Denvir, Conor Curran, Carter Tourangeau, and Will Kowal who were all on base three times each, with Conor Curran scoring three runs.  Carter Tourangeau closed out the final three innings on the mound to seal the win.

Storm 6 - Yard Goats 1
Julian Wade had an outstanding pitching performance for the Yard Goats keeping the Storm off the scoreboard for the first 4 innings.  Julian also scored a run and hit a double for the Yard Goats.  The Storm made a late comeback fueled by base hits from Charlie Labut, Nino Randazzo, Michael Farnsworth, Nicolas Provenzano and Lukas Bukovec.


May 13 Games:

Storm 6 - Yard Goats 8
Like lightning, the first pitch of the game was hit deep for a HR by Nico Brennan.  The GOATS would kick back with a hustling home run by Zander Kopp to knot things up after one.  Like a strong wind, Charlie Bunch had the GOATS baffled getting 6 called strike outs in the first two innings.  Evric Arnold was protecting the pen and dealt 10 strike outs in 4IP.  A squall rolled across Elworthy in the top of 3 with RBI hits from Charlie Bunch and Nico Brennan and the Storm led by 2.  The goats would head butt their way to the lead in the bottom of the third.  Beginning with an RBI single from J.D. Rutherford to get things started, the hooves and horns were flying.  Two 2 RBI hits would come from Brady Lamb and Nicholas Gargasoulas to power the goats to an 8-3 lead.  Charlie Bunch brought in the rain and hail with a smash double to get things started in the top of the sixth and the Storm rolled in 3 runs.  Miles Kapusta came into the fray, with the go ahead run on first base, to get the last two outs of the game and seal the win for the horned warriors.

Thunder 7 - Raptors 0
Thunder and Raptors were scoreless through three innings, with great starting pitching performances from Philip Balow for the Thunder and Carter Tourangeau for the Raptors. Joseph Buktus broke the tie in the fourth inning, with a two-run single off of William Krall. The Thunder added to their lead with a five-run fifth inning, including a two-run double from Conrad Casby to put the home team up 7-0.  Casby and Graham Farrell finished the game on the mound in the sixth inning to seal the deal.


May 18 Games:

Raptors 15 - Yard Goats 14
The Yard Goats got out to an early 7-1 lead with timely hitting by JD Rutherford, Julian Wade and Benjamin Trepanowski.  The Raptors mounted their first comeback of the night in the bottom of the 3rd with an 8-run inning triggered by a bases clearing double by Andrew Scott.  The Yard Goats weren’t done yet, they plated another 3 runs in the 4th inning to regain the lead, 10-9.  The Raptors came roaring back once again by way of a 6-run 4th inning to take a 15-10 lead, with Dan Utley and Graham Welsh scoring the last two runs of the inning.  The Yard Goats still fought to the bitter end, scoring 4 more runs in the 5th inning closing the gap to 15-14 in favor of the Raptors.  With runners in scoring position, and the Yard Goats down by a run, the Raptors Will Kowal closed out the game pitching to seal the 15-14 win for the Raptors.

Storm 15 - Thunder 5
The Storm scored early with hits from Michael Agnone, Nico Brennan, Nino Randazzo and Nicolas Provenzano.  Michael Ryan made a great catch in center field to keep the Thunder within striking distance  Charlie Bunch came in and pitched well to seal the game for the Storm.


May 20 Games:

Thunder 2 - Yard Goats 1
Excellent pitching from both the Thunder and Yard Goats were the highlight of the 2-1 victory for the Thunder.  Conrad Casby and Graham Farrell were featured by the Thunder, while the Yard Goats defense was supported by strong outings from Evric Arnold and Julian Wade.  Michael Pelerin’s one-run double was followed by Casby’s one-run single in the fourth inning putting the Thunder on the board 2-0. The Yard Goats scored one run in the fifth inning, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Thunder.


May 23 Games:

Yard Goats 12 - Thunder 2
Key hits from Stevens,  Arnold, Kapusta and Gargasoulas led the offensive attack for the horned warriors.  The hooved bipeds struck early to lead 4 nothing after 1 inning. Jack Gryzenia led off in the 3rd with a base knock and scored to make it 4 to 1.  The Goats added two in the bottom of the 3rd to go up 5.  Nicklas Reynolds led off with a walk and would score on a scorched single from Wade to make it 7-1 GOATS after  4.  A key piece of bat work by Hindelang had him on base and would score to tighten the game in the top of the 5th.  3 hits and 3 walks powered a Goat bottom five to make the lead grow.  Pelerin would hit a nice ball in the top of 6 to get things moving for the Thunder.  Key defensive plays by the Goats shut it down to ensure the win. Great pitching from Schmitt, Balow, and Farrell kept it interesting.  The combo of Wade, Arnold and Kapusta on the mound, for the eat it up crew,  proved to be too much in the end.


May 25 Games:

Storm 8 - Yard Goats 3
Julian Wade had another outstanding game on the mound for the Yard Goats.  He was helped with solid defense with JD Rutherford making a great play at second base with two outs and two runners on base in the first inning.  It was a defense of battle going into the 6th inning with the Yard Goats holding on to a 3 to 1 lead thanks to a home run by Zander Kopp.  In the top of the six the Storm stormed back to take an 8 to 3 lead with a huge hit from Charlie Labut.  Charlie Bunch and Michael Agnone pitched well for the Storm.

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