Del Mar Little League highlights

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

Majors American League and National League
March 10
Cubs 2, Yankees 18
Red Sox 1, Giants 3

March 11
Padres 2, Angels 4
Tigers 9, Astros 3
Cardinals 4, Athletics 1

March 14
Giants 1, Athletics 2
Astros 4, Indians 2
Angels 9, Cubs 4
Yankees 2, Padres 3 (8 innings)
Red Sox 6,
Cardinals 7
Braves 6, Tigers 10

AAA – American and National Leagues
March 10
Pirates 14, Blue Jays 17
Rockies 9, Rangers 5

March 11
Mets 12, Mariners 7
Reds 4, White Sox 8
Phillies 19, Orioles 17
Marlins 4, Rays 10

March 14
Mariners 2, Marlins 16
Orioles 4, Mets 8
White Sox 7, Pirates 4
Rangers 0, Reds 3
Blue Jays 10, Phillies 11
Rays 8, Rockies 9

Related posts:

  1. Little league highlights
  2. Lacrosse league gears up for season
  3. Rally for Miracle League
  4. Miracle League welcomes teams at fall opener
  5. Carmel Valley’s headline highlights

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