Red’s Astros: 5
Laservision able to score seven runs at the top of the first before getting the first out of the game, they went on to bring home a further 9 runs before retiring their inning thanks to a three run double by Baker followed by a two run home run by Brett Helmer, a two run home run by Scott Kirby and then a home run by Geno Buck! Red’s Astro’s changed pitchers putting Rob Roop on the mound to try and stop the bleeding, however Laservisions Kevin Kennington blasted a solo shot home into centerfield hitting the top of the batting cages as the onslaught continued. Jason Kendrick gronded out to retire the side after what was a great inning for Laservision. Red’s Astro’s had a less than satisfactory first inning scoring no runs, after their first out luck wasn’t on their side where the team was retired after a double play.
The second inning was uneventful compared to the first with just five runs scored for Laservision where they were retired by a great grab from Red’s second baseman Fred Lawson. Red’s however had a better compared to the first as they managed to score one with Wally Maybrier coming home on a hit by Brian Ferrar. Laservision went into the third inning full of confidence with a twenty run lead however a double play followed by a and a fly out by Baker retired Laservision with no runs scored. Chris lane lined out for the first out of the third for Red’s Astro’s but managed to get scoring thanks to an RBI single by Fred Lawson followed by another by Chad Mullins which got the momentum going and spurred on the team. However in the 4th inning is where things fell apart for the Red’s Astros where Laservision scored eight innings in the top and run ruled the game. Final Score: Laservision 29, Red’s Astro’s 5.
Following this great game of Slow Pitch softball, remember you can see the ever popular USSSA Men’s World Series Home Run Derby on ESPN3 later tonight…
Fri, Sep 21, 2012 – 6:30 PM
USSSA Men’s Major World Series – Home Run Derby
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