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Reading Babe Ruth
Jeff Pierce
Reading, Massachusetts


Royals RBRL Champs 2015

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Breaking News 8:33 PM: "Greatest"  RBRL World Series finishes with nine inning thriller, Royals take 3rd crown in 7 years, with 9-7 heartstopper

As if the first two games of the Reading Babe Ruth World Series were not great enough, the Royals and Padres went one better in the third and deciding game on Friday at a packed Morton Field of over 200 spectators.


The Royals squandered a 5-0 lead late in the game as the Padres rallied to force extra innings, but then found the resolve of a champion to win it in nine innings, 9-7. It was the fourth RBRL title for the Royals franchise, second only to the Phillies’ eight.


Followers of the league are calling Friday’s Game 3 the greatest RBRL game ever played with the high drama and intensity that was on display in a game of this magnitude.


The Royals initially looked like they would coast their way the title. After only carving out five hits and scoring four of their six runs in the first two games via wild pitches, they came out swinging. They scored two runs in the first on a Jacob Berman two-run single and made it 3-0 by adding a run in the third on four hits with Mike Presho driving in the run on a sacrifice fly.


James Rigney increased the lead to 4-0 with an RBI single in the fifth that scored Brendan Keaveney who also had singled. It went to 5-0 in the top of the sixth when they scratched out a run off Padres’ closer Harrison Fiscus on a walk, stolen bases and an error.


With only six outs to play with, the Padres rallied back. Capitalizing on wildness from Royals pitching to score three runs, the highlight was a Jack Walsh infield single and it was now 5-3.


After Fiscus blanked the Royals in the top of the seventh, the Pads evened things up in the bottom half. With one out, Nick Gaudreault began the rally with an infield hit. A walk to Trevor Morton, and a wild pitch, put runners on second and third. A grounder scored Gaudreault and a passed ball allowed Morton to come home with the tying run.


With darkness fast approaching, both teams went quietly in the eighth. The Royals began their ninth when Will Keating was hit by a pitch, went to second on a wild pitch and on to third thanks to a sacrifice bunt from Matt Segalla. Presho’s ground ball was booted to score Keating to make it 6-5. Presho eventually wound up on third where he was able to beat the throw home to score on a ground ball and a 7-5 Royals’ lead.


Johnny DiMare was up and blasted a long triple to right field to score Matt Sannella. DiMare then made the play of the game with a daring steal of home to give his team a 9-5 lead headed to the bottom of the ninth.


The Padres did not go down without a fight. Ben Cavazzoni reached on an error. Walsh was robbed by right fielder Chris Wheeler for the first out. Fiscus blistered one past the glove of Berman at first base to knock in Cavazzoni. Another error on a ball by Joe Bevere scored Fiscus to trim it to 9-7.


A popup became the second out but Nick Gaudreault again got on with an infield hit. He then stole second to put runners at second and third. However, DiMare, who was in his fourth inning of long relief for the Royals, ended the drama with a swing-and-miss strikeout.


All that was left was to let out a huge deep breath by the spectators, hand out the well-deserved trophies, and give Royals manager Steve Algeri the celebratory victory shower.


Game 3 – Morton Field


Royals (9) – Presho 1-0, Sannella 3-1, DiMare 4-2, Berman 4-1, Tierno 4-0, Pepi 2-0, Miele 2-0, Keaveney 3-1, Fallon 2-0, Wheeler 3-0, Rigney 3-1, Ziegler 3-1, Keating 1-1, Segalla 2-0. Totals 38-8.


Padres (7) – Cavazzoni 3-0, Walsh 4-1, Fiscus 2-1, Bevere 4-0, McGrath 4-1, N.Gaudreault 4-2, Morton 2-0, Sullivan 3-0, Driscoll 3-0, McTaggert 3-1, Cappuccio 2-1, Hunter-Creane 2-0, B.Gaudreault 2-0, Kelley 2-1. Totals 40-8.


Royals             201 011 004 – 9


Padres             000 003 202 – 7


Triple: DiMare


Pitching (innings):


Royals: Berman (2), Sannella (3), Presho (1), DiMare (4).


Padres: Walsh (2), Cavazzoni (3), Fiscus (2), Bevere (2), Hunter-Creane (1).


WP – DiMare; LP – Bevere.


Game 2

For the second straight year the Reading Babe Ruth World Series will go to a third and deciding game as the Padres evened up the best-of-3 series with a 2-1 win over the Royals at Morton Field on Thursday night.

With the score tied at 1-1 in the top of the sixth and with one away, Nick Gaudreault singled to right and then stole second. Gaudreault came home on another single to right field by Trevor Morton for the go-ahead run. Lefthander Harrison Fiscus then pitched a two-inning save for the Padres with four strikeouts to send it to Game 3.

Padres pitching was strong in this one. The trio of Jack Walsh, Ben Cavazzoni and Fiscus limited the Royals to just one infield single by Johnny DiMare. They also combined for 10 strikeouts.

But the Royals were not without their offensive threats getting runners to third base in both the first and second but came up empty. The Padres had taken a 1-0 lead in the top of the first when Joe Bevere singled up the middle with two out to knock home Cavazzoni who led off the game with a single to left. The Padres went pretty quickly over the next four innings while the Royals came up empty until the bottom of the fifth. Mike Presho led off with a walk and stole second. He advanced to third on a ground ball and scored on a wild pitch.

After the Padres pushed the go-ahead run across in the sixth, the Royals had the leadoff runner on second after being hit by a pitch and moving to second on wild pitch. But, Fiscus wheeled around and picked off the runner from second for a big out. Fiscus then fanned the next two batters.
The big 15-year-old lefty made quick work of the AL champs in the bottom of the seventh with two strikeouts and a ground ball out to end the game.

Through two games this series has been a well-pitched defensive battle. The Padres have only allowed five Royals hits while pitching for the Royals has been pretty sharp also with just six runs allowed in two games and none coming via wild pitches which have plagued the Padres.
Game 3 is shaping up to be another dandy.

Padres (2) -- Cavazzoni 2-1, Walsh 2-0, Fiscus 2-0, Bevere 2-1, McGrath 2-0, N.Gaudreault 2-1, Morton 2-2, Sullivan 2-0, Driscoll 2-0, McTaggert 1-0, Cappuccio 2-1, Hunter-Creane 2-0, B.Gaudreault 2-0, Kelly 1-0. Totals 26-6.
Royals (1) -- Sannella 2-0, Presho 1-0, DiMare 2-1, Berman 2-0, Tierno 0-0, Pepi 1-0, Miele 1-0, Keaveney 1-0, Fallon 2-0, Wheeler 2-0, Rigney 2-0, Ziegler 2-0, Keating 2-0, Segalla 1-0. Totals 21-1.

Padres 100 001 0 -- 2
Royals  000 010 0 -- 1

Pitching (innings):
Padres: Walsh (2), Cavazzoni (3), Fiscus (2).
Royals: Berman (2), Sannella (3), Presho (2).
WP - Cavazzoni; S - Fiscus; LP - Presho.


Game 1 

READING — The Royals pushed across the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh on a wild pitch to defeat the Padres, 5-4, in Game 1 of the best-of-3 Reading Babe Ruth World Series. Despite how the winning run came across, it was an intense, tight game throughout that featured three lead changes and three ties.
This game may not have been an offensive classic as only one of the nine runs combined was driven in by a hit. Yet, the large crowd at Morton Field was still treated to a highly-competitive spring league game.
The Royals scored single runs in the first and second innings on a ground out and wild pitch for a quick 2-0 lead. The Padres cut that margin in half when Dan McGrath, who had singled, later scored on a ground ball out.
The NL champs then took the lead by scoring two runs, all after two were out, in the bottom of the fourth for a 3-2 lead.
Jack Walsh singled and stole second. Harrison Fiscus then blooped in a single into shallow left-center to score Walsh to tie the game.
The inning continued as a single by Joe Bevere and a walk to McGrath loaded the bases. Trevor Morton then worked a bases-loaded walk to put the Padres ahead.
But the Royals wound up tying the game at 3-3 in the top of the fifth thanks to two walks, and a single by Johnny DiMare, then a wild pitch that brought home the tying run.
In the top of the sixth the Royals went back ahead, 4-3, when rookie Will Keating fouled off just enough pitching before inducing a bases-loaded walk. But back came the Padres in the bottom of the sixth, again rallying after two were out. Bevere drew a walk with the bases loaded to force in Ben Cavazzoni to tie it back up at 4-4.
The Royals were able to preserve the tie when shortstop Matt Sannella ranged far to his left to scoop up a hard hit grounder by McGrath and then stepped on second to get the force and end the inning.
In the top of the seventh, Sannella sliced a single to right field off Padres closer Harrison Fiscus to get the winning rally started. Sannella then stole second, just beating the pickoff throw from first base. He was wild pitched over to third and also scored with two out on another wild pitch.
The two teams play again tonight (5:45 p.m.) in Game 2 back at Morton Field and another high-drama game is expected.
If the Padres force a Game 3 it will be either Friday evening or Saturday morning.

Game 1 — at Morton Field
Royals (5) — Sannella 3-2, Presho 2-0, DiMare 3-1, Pepi 3-0, Berman 1-0, Tierno 1-0, Miele 2-0, Keaveney 2-0, Fallon 2-0, Wheeler 1-0, Rigney 2-1, Ziegler 1-0, Keating 1-0, Segalla 2-0. Totals 26-4.
Padres (4) — Cavazzoni 3-1, Walsh 2-1, Fiscus 2-1, Bevere 2-1, McGrath 2-1, N.Gaudreault 1-1, Morton 2-0, Sullivan 3-0, Driscoll 2-0, McTaggert 2-0, Cappuccio 2-0, Hunter-Creane 1-0, B.Gaudreault 2-0, Kelley 2-0. Totals 28-6.
Royals 110 011 1 — 5
Padres 010 201 0 — 4

Pitching (innings):
Royals: Berman (2), DiMare (2), Sannella (1), Presho (2).
Padres: Walsh (2), Cavazzoni (2), Bevere (2), Fiscus (1).
WP - Presho; LP - Fiscus.


41st RBRL World Series set as Royals down Angels 5-3 in "one for the ages" matchup. 

In another showcase playoff game in the Reading Babe Ruth playoffs, the Royals outlasted the Angels, 5-3, in the AL final at Symonds.
As a result the Royals franchise makes its way back to the World Series for the fourth time in seven seasons (winning in 2009/ 2010).
The Royals got off to a good start with single runs in the first, second and fourth as well as two in the third inning to take a 5-0 lead before the Angels put some heat on blue. RBI singles by rookies Matt Pepi and Chris Wheeler paved the way for veteran Mike Presho's two-run third inning single for a 4-0 lead. In the fourth the Royals tried to execute a first-and-third double steal. The Angels had it sniffed out but threw the ball away at third base to allow the fifth run to score.

Johnny DiMare was cruising through the first four innings on the mound for the Royals until an error allowed the Angels to get the leadoff man aboard in the bottom of the fifth. Pat Conroy laid down a perfect squeeze bunt to score a run while also reaching himself with a hit. DiMare was lifted for Presho but a wild pitch scored a second run and then a passed ball on a strikeout scored a third run before Presho pitched out of the jam.

That would be the only threat the Angels posed as Presho struck out the side in the sixth and rookie Matt Sannella gave up a harmless 2-out single in the seventh before getting the third out on a fly ball to Michael Miele in center field.

Royals: DiMare-5, Presho-2, Sannella-1.
Angels: Ehl-3, Sabatino-2, Galletta-2.

Royals: Sannella-2, Presho, Pepi, Fallon, Wheeler.
Angels: Galletta, Conroy, Geraghty (double). 
Editors note: The level of coaching, focus and intensity in this game was through the roof, borderline HS varsity level. The "moment" wasn't too big for any of these kids. A tribute to two organizations that have fun but still take the Spring League very seriously. -JP

  Padres make their third World Series in 6 years two in the Weatherbee Era

 Padres beat the Phillies 4 to 2.     Jack Walsh pitched the first two innings getting two strikeouts and allowed no runs.  The Padres scored one run off of two hits in the first inning by Cavazzoni and Bevere.  The Phillies were able to score 2 runs playing small ball in the second inning with Fiore and Fotino scoring.  These would be the only runs that the Phillies would get.  Nothing happened in the third inning however in the fourth inning The Padres were able to score a run off and hit and a few errors tying the game 2 -2.  The top of the Padres order came up to bat in the bottom of the sixth and with three straight walks and in with the help of the passed ball the Padres were able to put up 2 runs to take a 4-2 lead.  That would be it for the game as Fiscus shut down the Phillies with three K's.  All said and done the Padres pitchers got it done for the team today.  They had 11 strikeouts total and 1 allowed only two hits.  One to Bonnebeau and the other to Ucci.  Padres hits came from Cavazzoni, Bevere, Fiscus, Walsh, N. Gaudreault and TJ Kelly.  Jack Driscoll was a warrior behind the plate today taking a few lumps but sticking it out adding to the folklore that makes him "The Legend"! 

Presho makes short work of White Sox to preserve Royals win, 10-7  

Phillies tough to deny come playoff time beat Astros in 10 innings

Phillies 9  Astros 6  (10 innings) 

Angels 12  Mariners 4 

Angels move on to the ALCS with a win over the Mariners.

Angels defeated the Mariners 12-4 tonight to advance in the RBRL playoffs. Connor Ehl started on the mound for the Halos but the Mariners came out swinging getting hits from the first 3 batters D'Entremont single, Graham double, and Dunnell single, followed up 2 batters later Paglia hit a single helping the Mariners go up 3-0 on the Angels.
In the bottom the Angels came back with two of their own on a huge hit by Cole Pappalardo's triple driving a Connor Ehl who reached on a walk. Cole then scored the second run on a dropped third strike when Matt Tighe threw to first to get Enzo Galletta.
Second inning was non eventful for both teams but the Angels with 2 outs scored 7 runs to take a commanding lead once again Pappalardo leading the way with a double.
Will Figueroa came in and pitch three shut out innings with 5Ks, and 2 hits. Will was also hot at the plate going 3-3 with 3 doubles.
The Angels posted 3 more runs in the 5th. The Mariners put up one more in the 7th but it wasn't enough.
Enzo Galletta was behind the dish for 5 innings and then came out and pitched the last 2 innings. Enzo has been the back bone of the Angels this season behind the plate, and where ever else the coaches put him.
Angels hits came from Cole Pappalardo 3-3 Triple, double, single, Will Figueroa 3-3, 3 doubles, Declan Swanton 2-3, double, single, Pat Conroy, single, and Danny Bradley with a single.
Mariners hits were from Dan Graham double, Jackson Dunnell, 2 singles, Matt Tighe, Luke D'Entremont, Andres Paglia, Zack Abbruzzese, Jason Conroy, and Chris Chiulli all with singles.
Angels Pitching
Connor Ehl 2 innings
Will Figueroa 3 innings
Enzo Galletta 2 innings
Mariners Pitching
Jackson Dunnell 2 innings
Luke D'Entremont 1 inning
Andreas Paglia 2 innings
Daniel Graham 2 innings

Padres 7  Marlins 6

The Padres saw the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow and take a walk off win over the Marlins.  The Marlins threatened with bases loaded in the 1st  inning but Jack Walsh struck out the last batter to get out of a jam allowing no runs.  The Padres 1st  inning was explosive.  Cavazzoni led off with  a double followed by a single from Bevere and doubles from Fiscus and McGrath scoring three runs to take a 3 -0 lead.  The 2nd inning was quiet for both teams.  In the 3rd  the Padres got two more runs off hit batters (Hunter-Creane and Cavazzoni) and a single by TJ Kelley.  The 4th  inning the weather came and so did the Marlins, throwing up four runs of their own to make it a 5-4 game. The Padres were quiet in the 4th, 5th and 6th innings as Mike Malley completed his Babe Ruth career with a gutty and effective five inning pitching effort against the hard hitting Padres. The Marlins tied the game in the 5th and took a 6-5 lead in the 7th  on a Will McFadden single.  In the bottom of the inning the Padres pulled together before the inning to pump up the energy before their final at bat.  The Padres wanted the win bad and TJ Kelley came through again with his second hit of the game to start off the inning.  Cavazzoni had an infield hit to put runners at first and second.  With two runners on, the next two batters flew out to center field but both runners advanced on the Fiscus fly out.   McGrath walked to load the bases and Walsh came to the plate with two outs and bases loaded.  Walsh took the first pitch for a strike and then drilled the game winning walk off hit to medium centerfield give the Padres the 7-6 win. Sam Hunter-Creane with the win and a very tough loss for Jack Giuliotti who ended his career as one of the top hurlers in the League. 

Padres Pitching

Walsh - 2

Bevere -2

Cavazzoni - 1

Fiscus – 2

Hunter-Creane – 1

Marlins Pitching

Malley – 5

Guiliotti – 2  

A day for the underdogs as #5 seeds prevail

Mariners 8  Athletics 5

The Mighty Mariners earned a hard fought 8-5 win over the Athletics at Symonds Field Monday night in the opening round game of the American League playoffs.  With runs in four of the first five innings, the Mariners led 7-1 heading into the bottom of the sixth inning.  The resilient A’s wouldn’t go down easy though, scoring four runs in the sixth to make things interesting.  Danny Graham sealed the win for the Mariners with a four-out save.

Jackson Dunnell started, struck out two, and held the opponent scoreless while his teammates were able to push a run across in the second inning, thanks to a long double by Corey Ward and a single off the bat of Zach Abruzzese (1 hit, 3 runs).  Dunnell (2 hits, 1 run) singled, stole second, and scored in the third inning to give the Mariners a 2-0 lead.

The A’s got one back in the bottom of the third thanks to Nick Brown’s RBI single, knocking in Brett Torra, but the Mariners bounced back with five runs in the fourth and fifth frames to take a six-run lead.  Abruzzese and Jason Conroy (on base three times, one hit) scored in the fourth.  Matt Tighe, who had a great game behind the plate), tripled in the fifth to knock in Graham (1 hit, 1 run) and Dunnell, and scored on a passed ball to give the Mortgage Master Mariners a 7-1 lead.

Runs by Brett Torra, Eben Kinsella, Nick Brown, and Riley Applin scored in the sixth to bring the A’s within two runs. Leadoff hitter Jack Monahan had a clutch, two out, two-RBI single to make the score 7-5 after six innings.

The Mariners scored another run in the seventh and Graham earned the save with a steady seventh inning.  David DeFillipo made a strong defensive play in right field, and Jason Conroy made a big-time play at third base to help the cause.  Luke d’Entremont was the unsung hero of the game, pitching almost four innings, and giving up only two runs.   Matt Mulvey chipped in with an RBI sacrifice fly, and Andreas Paglia made a heads up play in the fourth to throw out a runner at the plate.

Despite a challenging regular season (3-12), the Mariners have improved each and every game, and are coming together when it counts most.   

Mariners: Dunnell (2), d'Entremont (3) and Graham (2)

A’s: Coughlin (2), Nadeau (1), Dewing (3), Monahan (1)

Phillies 4  Pirates 3

Phillies Survive Late Comeback by Bucs

Taking a 4-0 lead into the bottom of the 7th the Phillies barely survived a two out, three run rally by the Pirates, who had the tying and winning runs on second & third at the end.

The Phillies had jumped out to a one run lead in the 1st. Matt Fiorenza singled,stole second and was knocked in on a Dan Baker single.

They added single runs in the 4th, 5th & 6th on a Dan Baker triple and Tim Sahagian safety squeeze bunt in the 4th, a Mark Bonnabeau single, steal of second and two fielders choice's in the 5th and in the 6th

A,J, Ucci tripled to knock in Kelvin Hoyt, who had walked and stolen 2nd & 3rd.

Meanwhile Phillies Pitchers Ucci, Hoyt & Baker were mowing the Pirates down,not allowing a hit until Joe Pavao's 6th inning single.

Then came the 7th. The inning started out innocently enough with Tim Shagianretiring the first two batters. Then the fireworks started. With the Pirates down to their last out the pressure was on Brendan Donovan, who came thru with a single. Liam Merlin then reached on error, before Zack Lahlou added another hit scoring Donovan.J im Murphy relieved Sahagian, but walked Mclaughlin and gave up a single to Alejandro Vaquerano which brought in two more Pirate runs, making it 4-3. Then with runners on second & third, Murphy bore down to strike out the last batter and save the game for the Phillies.


Phillies Pitching Ucci-2 Hoyt-2 Baker-2 Sahagian-1 Murphy-1

Pirates Pitching Lahlou-2 Pavao-1 Merlin-2 McLaughlin-2


Week Four awards announced! (Click Here) 

The Presidents Pre-Playoff Power Rankings:

1.       Angels (11-5)   Odds on World Series Champion favorites when they are on their game they are head and shoulders the best team in RBRL.  When they sleep-walk through a game like with Friday nights 9-0 pasting by the Marlins they are beatable. Long arduous season playing with Roy’s required intensity can wear his teams down but they appear refreshed for another post season run.  Past three seasons for Angels (AL Final loss-AL Final loss- WS loss) predicting this is the year they break down the gate. Roy’s pre-season refrain of “no pitching” was quickly rectified on draft day getting a top 13 year old arm and with Connor Ehl’s breakout season on the mound.

2.       Astros (11-5)  In a rebuild year Chuck has turned some magic with less hitting but strong pitching and defense. Least runs allowed in the league by an 18 run margin. Often on the mound it is Petrillo and Gibbs and pray for rain but the formula is working and everyone “does their job”, players one through thirteen. Solid favorite here to return to the World Series for first time since they took El Prez’s team (Athletics) down in 2005.

3.       White Sox (8-6-3) Strange season for a team that should have opponents crying “uncle”. Finally peaking and at the right time, have gone 5-0 since the Memorial Day weekend meltdown versus the Royals.  Only the Angels have more firepower in their batting order and I am predicting that the schizo Sox advance past the Royals.

4.       Royals (10-4-2) Can’t take their record away from them with the least losses in the league but finished the regular season (2-4) and sensed some swagger lost during the final two weeks of the season.  Algeri’s post game speech on Sunday had a tinge of sadness in it (yes the man has emotions) as he departed for a short getaway knowing he may not be there for his teams last game. Team needs to improve from Sunday’s sloppy effort to see their coach back in the saddle for AL Final. Team is one year away from championship form in my judgment.

5.       Padres (10-5-1) Padres threw away “literally” their chance at the #1 NL seed in their Saturday showdown with Astros. They still have enough to advance to the Spring Classic.  The fun loving Pad’s are going to have to get more focused if they are to beat the hot Marlins on Tuesday, will be curious if there is any hangover effect from the late game collapse on Saturday.

 Barely on the outside: Marlins (9-7) Jack Malley’s three year plan  “man or myth” we will find out this post season. Regardless the “king slayers” are making Jamie Lannister proud these past couple of weeks.

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