The highlight for the Orioles’ offense was Josh Hanson’s prodigious home run to the right field wall and a double by Longo. On defense, outfielders Chris Curtis and Harry "the mitt" Kightlinger made key catches, while in the infield, Dalrymple and Krasner played well. Yankee Catcher Johnny Moe threw out three Oriole runners, two
to shortstop Cadiff, and one at third base to Saatzer. (Coach Moe)
The Orioles suffered another tough loss against the mighty Yankees. Some of the highlights of the game included a fence-high catch by Josh Hanson, singles by Alex Reed, Daniel Wohl, Sam Taylor, Taylor Van Slooten and a double by Chris Longo. Unfortunately, the Orioles’ efforts could not stop the Moe machine.
Angels (Markowitz) -11 Washington Nationals (Kendall) - 5
The Angels put together a strong effort in an 11-5 victory against the previously unbeaten Nationals. Brandon Nahigian led the Angels with five innings of superb pitching. Kevin Swick closed out the game with a flawless sixth inning of pitching.
Defensively, Swick was on top of the ball with seven putouts. Lucas Connelly tracked down two well hit balls to the outfield and Matt Alegria contributed with a good performance behind the plate.
On offense, Derrick Paine came through in the clutch. He came to the plate with two outs and the bases loaded and knocked in two runs. Alex Markowitz followed with a blooper for another run. Nahigian reached base all four times and scored three runs and Ryan Develle contributed a clutch double for two RBIs. (Coach Markowitz)
The Nationals suffered their first loss of the year to the Angels running their record to 6-1. Brian McGuigan had a double and Jason Yost had singles in the defeat. Michael Chung made a nice catch in the outfield and Brice Gumpel pitched scoreless innings for the Nationals. (Coach Kendall)
Angels (Markowitz) -14 A’S (Gosselin) - 4