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Jul, 2022

Day One Recap: July 29th, 2022

Game 1: Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 7, Dominican Republic, 5


Kaohsiung City, Taiwan got on the board early but maintained their lead to beat the Dominican Republic team. 


A steal by Zi-Jun Su to take third set the Taiwanese team up to score their first run at the end of the first. 


Both teams fought it out in the second, with neither team scoring. 


Kaohsiung City continued to dominate in the third and fourth innings, taking a 4-0 lead. 


The Dominican Republic was not going down without a fight, though. Their offense came alive in the fifth. A few strong ground balls ignited the offense, creating a 5-4 lead for the Dominican.


Kaohsiung City answered quickly in the bottom of the fifth inning. A double gave them the lead, and a crucial tag-up by Shih-Ying Wu helped Kaohsiung City claim a 7-5 lead.


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Game 2: Tijuana, MX 6, Smithfield, VA 4


Tijuana, MX and Smithfield, VA battled hard through seven innings, but Tijuana came up with the win.


Smithfield wasted no time getting on the board early, scoring a run on a steal of home by Michael Ruff. 


A hard-fought second inning meant that both teams were eager to get on the board. Michael Ruff stole home again in the top of the third inning, extending Smithfield’s lead to 2-0.


Tijuana, MX hit their stride in the bottom of the fourth inning. With no outs, a double by Omar Perez brought in 3 runs to capture a 3-2 lead. 


After Smithfield tied it up in the top of the fifth, Tijuana maintained their strength in the bottom of the inning. The team capitalized on a hard ground ball and an error to hold a 5-3 lead.


Springfield tried to get back out ahead of Tijuana in the sixth inning, but their efforts were not enough. With a 5-4 score at the top of the sixth, Tijuana advanced their lead at the bottom of the inning, ending the game with a 6-4 lead.


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Game 3: Pearsall, TX 4, Laredo, TX 12


This Texas versus Texas battle started out evenly, but Laredo managed to surge ahead at the end for the win.


Pearsall got on the board first, successfully scoring a run in the midst of a double play. 


After a quiet bottom of the first inning and top of the second, Laredo was ready to answer with some runs of its own. A triple brought in one run and set them up to score again, making it a 2-1 game.


Pearsall used two singles in the top of the third to take a lead, but they would not score again in the game. 


Laredo used the third inning to cut Pearsall’s lead to one run, but a key ground ball triple to center field by Ivan Villarreal reclaimed the lead at 6-4.


A tag-up run in the bottom of the fifth furthered Laredo’s lead to 7-4, and a five-run stretch in the bottom of the sixth would put the game away with a final score of 12-4.


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Game 4: Placentia, CA 23, San Juan, TX 4


While both teams fought hard, Placentia dominated the game.


Taking advantage of an error, Placentia scored in the top of the second inning. A balk at the mound allowed for a run with another scored during the same at-bat. A final single made the score 4-0 at the end of the top of the second inning.


San Juan answered these runs with three of their own, two of which coming from a line drive double to left field.


Not letting it shake them, Placentia scored 5 runs in the top of the third, establishing a strong 10-3 lead.


A hard-fought fourth inning gave way to San Juan scoring another run on a line drive triple by Ayden Guajardo in the bottom of the fifth.


It would not phase Placentia, as they would go on to score an unmatched 13 runs in the sixth and seventh innings, winning with a final score of 23-4.


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