Little league highlights

Here are some scores from around the Del Mar Little League.

Majors American League and National League

March 3
Padres 1, Red Sox 3
Padres: Miguel Flores ( 5 IP, 90 PC, 6K’s, 1ER)
Red Sox: Dylan Gargas (6 IP, 70 PC, 8K’s, 1ER, Win), Robert Schlesier (2 for 2, 1R, 1Dbl, 1RBI)
Astros 1, Angels 5
Yankees 4, Cardinals 6
Yankees: Logan Tomlinson (2 for 2, 1R, 1HR, 1RBI)
Cardinals: Antonio Bavaro (2 IP, 30 PC, 2K’s, 1ER, Win), Jonah Holty (2 for 3, 1R, 2Dbl), Salvatore Ingrassia (2 for 2, 1R, 1Trpl, 2RBI)

March 4
Indians 9, Cubs 1
Athletics 4, Braves 0
Athletics: Andy Archibald (2 for 2, 2R, 2HR, 2RBI), Nolan Mitschke (1 for 2, 2RBI)
Giants 13, Tigers 1
March 7
Angels 6, Braves 12
Giants 2, Yankees 3
Yankees: Logan Tomlinson (6 IP, 87 PC, 11K’s, 1ER, Win), Cole Klemke (2 for 3, 2R, 1RBI)
Athletics 5, Padres 0
Athletics: Andy Archibald ( 6 IP, 77 PC, 13K’s, 0ER, Win), Max Angel (2 for 3), Kenny Mares (1 for 3, 1Dbl, 3RBI)
Red Sox 4, Astros 7
Astros: Cameron Stubbs (6 IP, 83 PC, 11K’s, 2ER, Win)
Cubs 4, Tigers 12
Cardinals 2, Indians 5
Cardinals: Jonah Holty (2 for 3, 1R, 2Dbl), Alex Nowacki (3 for 3, 2Dbl, 1RBI)

AAA, American and National Leagues

March 3
Mariners 10, Pirates 9
Orioles 4, Reds 7

March 4
White Sox 8, Marlins 4
Rangers 8, Mets 5
Rays 6, Phillies 11 (5 innings)
Blue Jays 10, Rockies 8
March 7
Rangers 2, Marlins 12
Rays 6, Mets 5
Orioles 10, Pirates 9
Blue Jays 6, Reds 10
Mariners 5, Phillies 11
White Sox 13, Rockies 5

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