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2013 Ettare Division Champions!

Friday, August 1
Orioles Send Five Stars To Nicewonger Classic

San Jose, CA.  The votes are in and the Orioles will be well represented at the 2014 Nicewonger Classic, San Jose MSBL's All Star Game.  With a roster full of All-Stars, five Orioles will be on the American League squad.    

Andrew Sarratore has been patrolling the Orioles outfield since 2012 and has been a base-hit machine.  In 2014 he has continued his hot hitting by continually delivering clutch hits when needed most.  This will be Sarratore's second consecutive appearance at the Nicewonger Classic.

Chris Cooper has been with the Oiroles since 2006, and has provided leadership along with his great play.  In 2014 Coop has provided power in the O's line-up with a total of 3-HR's.  This will be Coop's first appearance in the Nicewonger Classic since the 2008 season.

John Pardo, has been outstanding on the mound for the Orioles in 2014.  After helping the O's win their fourth consecutive championship, Pardo underwent shoulder surgery.  After an intense rehab, Pardo has returned to the mound and has pitched even better than in 2013.  This is Pardo's first appearance in the Nicewongers Classic as an Oriole.

Ryan Fulton started pitching for the Orioles in 2011, however 2014 has been Fulton's breakout season on the mound.  This will be Fulton's second consecutive appearance in the Nicewonger Classic, however this will be his first as a pitcher.

Pascual Del Real, is in his rookie season for the Orioles and has literally blown away opposing hitters from the mound. His reputation as a flamethrower has spread around the league about as fast as his fastball.

In addition, O's manager Angelo Cordero will be joining Kyle Madej's coaching staff.

Wednesday, September 17
2014 Ettare Division FINAL Standings

1- Orioles 16 2 2 0 34 .800
2-Yankees 12 6 2 0 26 .600
3-Red Sox 12 7 1 0 25 .600
4-Pirates 12 7 1 0 25 .600
5-Phillies 10 8 2 0 22 .500
6-Braves 10 9 1 0 21 .500
7-White Sox 10 9 1 1 20 .500
x-Rays 4 16 0 0 8 .200
x-Padres 5 14 1 2 8 .250
x-Mariners 3 16 1 0 7 .150


Number indicate Final Seeding

Red Sox finish ahead of Pirates since they own the first tie-breaker between the two teams

Rays finish ahead of Padres since the Rays have no forfeits

x - indicates teams (Rays, Padres, and Mariners) that are eliminated from Playoff contention


Wednesday, July 30
While Phillies Concede, O's Sweep and Clinch Division


Santa Cruz, CA.  The Orioles and Phillies traveled to Santa Cruz for a double-header this past Sunday (27-Jul).  These two rivals met four weeks ago in a back-n-forth game in Sunnyvale in which the Orioles prevailed 13 - 9.  With the two wins on Sunday the Orioles swept the season series with the Phillies and assured themselves of finishing in first place in the Ettare Division.  The O's took the morning game by the score of 8 - 1 in a game that ended in an unusual consecion before blanking their rivals in the afternoon game 12 - 0.

The Phillies drew first-blood in the morning game after Jeremy Irby hit a line shot past first base and rattled in the right field corner.  Irby would show off his speed and wound up at third base with a triple.  He would later score on a two-out base hit.  Unfortunately for the Phillies that would be their only run they would score in the game as O's starter John Pardo would go on to dominate Phillies' hitters from the mound.

After going scoreless in their first at-bat the Orioles tied the game in the second inning after Ryan Fulton walked and later scored on a single by Chris Conroy.   The Orioles threatened in the third and fourth innings by having multiple runners on base; even loading the bases with fewer than two outs in the third inning.  However, the Phillies' starter Flaherty would make the pitches he needed to in order escape damage.  The O's were finally able to break the tie in the 5th inning when Andrew Sarratore singled home Sal Sanchez and Doug Fearnside.

Facing a new pitcher to start the 6th inning, Pascual Del Real connected with a solo home run to left-center to open up the scoring in the inning.  After Joe Newman followed with a double, Fulton walked, Brian Brouse singled driving in Newman.  Conroy followed up with another RBI single to drive in Fulton.  By the time the inning had ended the O's had added three more runs to their tally and opened a 6 - 1 lead.  Two more runs were added in the 7th inning thanks to a 2-RBI single by Chris Rains which made the score 8 - 1 in favor of the Champs.

After Mark Brouse, now pitching in relief, retired the Phillies in the top of the eigth, the Phillies approached the umpires and informed them that they wished to concede defeat in order to preserve their pitchers for the afternoon game.  The umpires immediately called the game.  The unusual ending gave the O's a win after only 7 and a half innings.

The story of the second game was Ryan Fulton's mound dominance.  Fulton would toss a complete-game shut out, striking out 5 over only 5 innings in a game that was shortened due to the 10-run mercy rule.  Fulton would only allow 3 singles the entire game.  Meanwhile the O's offense would score 4 runs in the second, fourth, and fifth innings to put the game away by a score of 12 - 0.

All together the Orioles pitching and strong defense overwhelmed the Philles allowing just one run over the course of two games.  After allowing the lone run in the first inning of the first game, the Orioles would go on to shut out the Phillies over the next 12 innings.

With the two wins over the second-place Phillies, and the Pirates (who were also tied for secon place going into Sunday's games) getting swept by the Red Sox, the Orioles have clinched the top spot in the Ettare Division.  It is still possible for the Red Sox to catch the Orioles in points, however the O's own the tie breaker against the Red Sox thanks to their sweep of the Sox earlier in the season.  This, of course, assumes the O's don't forfeit any of their remaining games.  The Orioles have never forfeited a game. 

Monday, July 7
O's Win Over Phillies in Rematch of Last Year's Championship

Wednesday, June 4
Younger Brouse Leads O’s Past Red Sox for Two Wins

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