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Jul, 2023

Day 3 Game Recaps of the 2023 Mustang World Series

Game Nine: Des Moines, IA 8, Laredo, TX 2

Des Moines easily dispatched Laredo on Sunday at Twins Field, 8-2.

 

Des Moines jumped out to the lead in the top of the second inning after Henry doubled, scoring a run, a wild pitch scored two runs, and Immel drew a walk, scoring a run.

 

A single by Eisentrager extended the Des Moines lead to 5-1 in the top of the third inning.

 

Immel began the game for Des Moines. They surrendered zero hits and two runs over five innings, striking out three and walking four. Garza started on the mound for Laredo. They surrendered two hits and three runs over one and one-third innings, striking out two and walking one. Bell appeared in relief for Des Moines.

 

Bell, LaFleur, and Todd each collected two hits for Des Moines. Immel went 1-for-3 at the plate as the leadoff hitter.

 

Laredo ran wild on the base paths, accumulating eight stolen bases for the game. Palma, Elizondo, and Gonzalez each stole multiple bases for Laredo. 

 

Consolation Game: Youngsville, LA 6, Tokyo, JP 5

Derge was dominant on the mound, as they rang up 12 strikeouts in Youngsville's 6-5 victory over Tokyo on Sunday. Derge gave up one hit and four runs over five innings while walking three.

 

Despite falling down by four runs in the third inning, Tokyo tried to fight back. Tokyo closed the gap by scoring on one single, an error, and a single.

 

Youngsville got on the board in the first inning after C. Andrus hit an inside the park home run.

 

Youngsville added one run in the second after Tokyo made an error.

 

Youngsville added to their early lead in the top of the third inning after Derge singled, and B. Andrus grounded out, each scoring one run.

 

Tokyo tied the game in the bottom of the fifth thanks to a single by Imoto, an error, and a passed ball.

 

Youngsville captured the lead, 6-4, in the top of the sixth after B. Andrus singled, and Dalton singled, each scoring a run.

 

The pitcher for Tokyo allowed three hits and four runs over four innings, striking out five and walking two. Jacob K appeared in relief for Youngsville.

 

Dalton and Derge each collected two hits for Youngsville. B. Andrus and C. Andrus each drove in one run for Youngsville. Dalton and Derge each stole multiple bases for Youngsville. Youngsville ran wild on the base paths, amassing nine stolen bases for the game.

 

Imoto and Dairaku each collected one hit for Tokyo. Imoto led Tokyo with two runs batted in. They went 1-for-1 on the day. Dairaku stole three bases. Tokyo ran wild on the base paths, accumulating seven stolen bases for the game.

 

Game Ten: West Raleigh, NC 6, Guayaquil, EC 0

West Raleigh built their lead a few runs at a time in a 6-0 victory over Guayaquil on Sunday.

 

West Raleigh opened the scoring in the top of the second due to two singles. West Raleigh first got on the board when Childress singled, scoring a run.

 

West Raleigh added to their early lead in the top of the third inning after Pierce singled, and Cleveland grounded out, each scoring a run.

 

Mieles stepped on the hill first for Guayaquil. The starting pitcher gave up six hits and five runs over four innings, striking out three and walking two. Edge led things off on the hill for West Raleigh. They surrendered two hits and zero runs over four innings, striking out nine and walking none.

 

Vaca and Dáger each collected one hit for Guayaquil. Guayaquil turned two double plays in the game. Guayaquil were steady-handed and didn't commit a single error. Vaca made the most plays with seven.

 

Childress and Harris were a force together in the lineup, as they each collected two hits for West Raleigh. Cleveland, Childress, Edge, Harris, Pierce, and Norris each drove in one run for West Raleigh. Edge, Goebbel, and Marlowe each stole multiple bases for West Raleigh. West Raleigh stole 10 bases in the game.

 

Game Eleven: Des Moines, IA , Costa Mesa, CA

Costa Mesa defeated Des Moines 16-5 on Sunday at Twins Field due to nine runs in the fourth inning.

 

Costa Mesa got on the board in the top of the first inning after Andrew singled, O’Toole singled, and Kennedy grounded out, each scoring a run.

 

Des Moines tied the game up in the bottom of the first due to three doubles. Des Moines tied the game at three on a double by Ross.

 

Costa Mesa took the lead in the top of the second. Jennings doubled, scoring one run, to give Costa Mesa the upper hand, 4-3.

 

Costa Mesa added to their early lead in the top of the third inning after Dunham singled, Tu grounded out, and Jennings singled, each scoring one run.

 

Costa Mesa scored nine runs on six hits in the top of the fourth inning. Andrew singled, scoring a run, Kennedy singled, scoring a run, Dunham grounded out, scoring a run, Tu singled, scoring two runs, Benoit singled, scoring two runs, Oliver drew a walk, scoring a run, and Andrew doubled, scoring a run.

 

Swenson began the game for Des Moines. The starting pitcher allowed 11 hits and 10 runs over three and a third innings, striking out one and walking one. O’Toole opened the game for Costa Mesa. The starting pitcher allowed two hits and three runs over one-third of an inning, striking out none and walking two.

 

Swenson, Eisentrager, and LaFleur each collected two hits for Des Moines. Eisentrager drove the middle of the lineup, leading Des Moines with two runs batted in. The hitter went 2-for-3 on the day. Immel stole three bases. Des Moines were sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. Immel made the most plays with four.

 

Costa Mesa tallied 15 hits in the game. Andrew led Costa Mesa with three hits in four at bats. Benoit, Jennings, O’Toole, and Tu each collected multiple hits for Costa Mesa. Andrew, Benoit, Jennings, O’Toole, Oliver, and Tu each stole multiple bases for Costa Mesa. Costa Mesa ran wild on the base paths, piling up 23 stolen bases for the game. Costa Mesa didn't commit a single error in the field. 

 

Game Twelve: Tijuana, MX 14, West Raleigh, NC 13

Tijuana took Sunday's game in dramatic fashion, with a 14-13 walk-off victory over West Raleigh. The game was tied at 13 in the bottom of the sixth when Leal singled, scoring a run.

 

Tijuana collected nine hits and West Raleigh had 11 in the high-scoring game.

 

West Raleigh jumped to the lead in the top of the first inning after Grayson singled, scoring a run, Cleveland tripled, scoring two runs, and Rahe grounded out, scoring a run.

 

Tijuana flipped the game on its head in the bottom of the first, scoring six runs on two hits to take a 6-4 lead. The biggest blow in the inning was a walk by Bruno that drove in one.

 

A walk by Escalera extended the Tijuana lead to 7-4 in the bottom of the second inning.

 

West Raleigh tied the game in the top of the sixth thanks to a ground out by Harris, and a double by Cleveland.

 

Leal pitched five innings in relief for Tijuana. They allowed eight hits and eight runs while striking out two and walking one. Escalera opened the game for Tijuana. The pitcher allowed one hit and three runs over a third of an inning, striking out none and walking two.

 

Jiménez and Leal each collected two hits for Tijuana. Juarez and Jiménez each drove in two runs for Tijuana. Tijuana had patience at the plate, amassing 13 walks for the game. Flores, Escalera, and Leal led the team with two free passes each. Sustaita stole three bases. Tijuana turned one double play in the game.

 

West Raleigh tallied 11 hits in the game. Grayson and Cleveland each collected three hits for West Raleigh. Cleveland provided pop in the middle of the lineup, and led West Raleigh with five runs batted in. The left fielder went 3-for-4 on the day. Marlowe collected two hits for West Raleigh in three at bats. Grayson, Childress, and Goebbel each stole multiple bases for West Raleigh. West Raleigh stole six bases in the game. West Raleigh turned one double play in the game.

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