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Jul, 2022

Day Two Recap: July 30, 2022

Game Five: Covina, CA 6, Aroma Park, IL 5



Game Seven: Dorado, PR 10, Nogales, MX 5


Dorado, PR came out with a strong win in their first game of this year’s World Series.


They set the tone early in the game, scoring three runs on a double to take a 3-0 in the top of the first inning.


Dorado extended their lead by another run in the top of the second on another double.


An error by Nogales’s third baseman created another scoring opportunity for Dorado, giving them a 5-0 lead.


Nogales’s offense game alive in the bottom of the fourth. A fly ball double put them on the board, scoring three runs to make it a 5-3 game.


Dorado immediately answered back with a home run to take a three-run lead in the top of the fifth inning.


They furthered their lead in the top of the sixth to 9-3, scoring on a single and a double.


Nogales battled back some in the bottom of the same inning. They scored two runs in the inning, one on a ground out and another on a balk by Dorado’s pitcher.


In the top of the seventh, a ground out gave Dorado another chance to score, taking the game with a score of 10-5.


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Game Six: Lithuania 18, San Antonio Texans 4



Game Eight: Brownsville, TX 2, Youngstown, OH 11


As the 2021 Co-Champions, Youngstown, OH came ready to fight for the title again.


They wasted no time getting on the board, scoring a run on a ground out in the top of the first inning. Youngstown scored again on a fly out in the top of the second to make it a 2-0 lead.


In the fourth inning, Youngstown scored two runs on a double by Andrew Marcello.


Youngstown hit its stride in the top of the fifth, scoring 7 runs to take a commanding 11-0 lead. David Kessler hit a home run to start off the scoring of the inning. Two walks and a hit-by-pitch provided their other three runs of the inning.


In the bottom of the fifth, Brownsville scored on a double and a single, but it was not enough, giving Youngstown an 11-2 victory.


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Game Ten: Nogales, MX 5, Covina, CA 2


Even though three innings were scoreless, Nogales, MX was able to knock Covina, CA out of the World Series.


After a quiet first inning, Nogales scored two runs in the bottom of the second: one on a passed ball and the second on a steal of home.


No runs were scored in the third or fourth innings, but Nogales added two runs to their score on a double by Octavio Fabian.


In the bottom of the sixth inning, Nogales scored their fifth run on a single to take a 5-0 lead.


Covina scored on a double and a passed ball in the top of the seventh, but it was not enough to capture a win. Nogales advances with a score of 5-2. 


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Game Twelve: Laredo, TX 6, Dorado, PR 0


Laredo, TX played a steady game to beat Dorado, PR 6-0.


Neither team scored in the first, third or fifth innings, but Laredo’s defense prevented Dorado from scoring at all.


Laredo got on the board in the bottom of the second inning with a single.


A home run by Jose Garcia and a single by Joshua Linn in the bottom of the fourth game Laredo a strong 3-0 lead.


In the bottom of the sixth, Laredo took advantage of an error and a walk to account for two of its three runs in the inning. Their sixth run came from a fly out after tagging up, claiming a 6-0 victory.


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Game Eleven: Brownsville, TX 13, Lithuania 7



Game Thirteen: Youngstown, OH 3, Taoyuan City, Taiwan 7


Taoyuan City, Taiwan outscored Youngstown, OH 7 to 3.


Neither team scored in the first inning, but Youngstown got onto the board in the bottom of the second on a fly ball double to left field.


Taoyuan City answered with a double of its own in the top of the fourth inning.


In the top of the fifth, Taoyuan City began to pull ahead. A double and a single made it a 3-1 game.


They furthered their lead with three more singles, extending their lead to 6-1.


Youngstown chipped away at Taoyuan City’s lead with a run on a fielder’s choice to make the score 6-2 in the bottom of the sixth. 


Both teams scored a run in the seventh inning to make the final score 7-3. Taoyuan City’s final run came from a walk, while Youngstown’s was from a home run by Joe Roth.  


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