Fullerton, Calif.- The Inland Valley Pirates scored in seven of nine innings leading to a season-high 126 runs to cruise to a 26-5 win over SoCal Sparrows in the second game of the double header Thursday night at Amerige Park.
Along with a season-high 26 runs, the Pirates (6-5, 4-1) tied a season-high with 23 hits in game two of the series. Even with a commanding 12-1 lead the Pirates didn’t let up as they tacked on eight runs in the fifth inning taking command with a 19 run lead.
The Pirates scored early and often. Rafa Flores got the scoring going in the first inning for the Pirates with an RBI double through the left side to score Isiah Montoya and Dominic Campeau. The Next at-bat Joe Canepa singled to score Flores.
Justin Estrada had another strong start on the bump for the Pirates. With five innings of work allowing one earned run with four strikeouts. Amgel Ruiz Jr. pitched four innings with five K’s
The Pirates will be back in action Saturday against the Socal Sparrows. First pitch is scheduled at 3 pm. Pirates win 26-5.
Fullerton, Calif.- The Pirates pitching staff shined once again as they held the Ventura County Pirates to just two runs.
Starting pitcher Henry Martinez knew he had his hands full when he first stepped on the mound. The last time these two faced off Ventura County got off to a hot start scoring ten runs total. Martinez looked unfazed, in five innings of work Martinez managed to hold VC to only one run while striking out three.
The Pirates bats also decided to join the party. Inland Valley added 10 hits total. Rafa Flores added two hits and two RBI’s. Three Pirates each had two hits (Jordan Acahy and Andrew Otterson)
The boys will be back in action Thursday against the Socal Sparrows. First pitch is scheduled at 3 pm. Pirates win 4-2.
Box Score: https://www.sunsetleaguebaseball.com/game/show/25464242
The Bucs kicked off their conference play against the San Diego Force on 6/11 at Cal Poly Pomona. The first game of the DH was a tough extra inning battle that was 1-1 going into the 10th inning when the Force ended the pitchers’ duel winning the game 5-1. The second game of the DH was much more one sided as the Bucs’ pitchers threw a shutout and the Bucs’ hitters Daniel Ramirez going 3 for 4 and Matt Shea crushing one over the fence in their 7-0 win.
Fullerton, Calif.- The Inland Valley Pirates dropped the first game of a double header to the Palm Springs Power Monday at Amerige Park by a final score of 6-1.
Riley Kaspar continued his strong play at the plate Monday night as he went 2-for-3. Kaspar is hitting .375 on the year. Despite the strong offense game from Kaspar the Pirates Offense was shutdown by Hofstra RHP Boscia. Boscia struck out six and held the pirates to one run bottom of the 5th (Demitri Collachio scored after hitting a single to get on)
Palm Springs is one of the top teams in the SCCBL ( 4-0). The Pirates will look to even up the series and give the power their first loss of the year tonight at 7pm. Pirates lose 1-6.
Fullerton, Calif.- The Inland Valley Pirates fell to the Ventura County Pirates with a final score of 10-8 Sunday at night at Amerige Park.
The Ventura County Pirates offense was hot from the first pitch and would not cool down until the 5th inning. Ventura County opened the game with a 2 run homerun by Frank Garriola. Then added two in the second, two in the fourth and another two in the fifth.
The Inland Valley Pirates opened the game with a four inning boost but would score any more runs until the 8th and 9th. The Ventura County offense would prove to be enough as the VC Pirates beat the IV Pirates 10-8
The Pirates will be back in action tomorrow against VC Pirates again. First pitch is scheduled at 7 pm. Pirates lose 8-10.
Fullerton, Calif.- The Inland Valley Pirates looked to bounce back after dropping the doubleheader to the San Diego Force. Prior to the start, the Riptide defeated the Inland valley Bucs by a plentiful margin. The Pirates looked too cool of the Riptide bats.
The Riptide got off to a hot start, scoring one run in the first and another in the second. It wasn’t until the third inning where the Pirates would breakthrough for two runs thanks to hits by Riley Kasper(single-run scored) and Andrew Schmit(double run scored). The Pirates would then take the lead by adding one in the fourth.
The bullpen was a shined once again for the Pirates. The four-man staff held the Riptide to one run and two hits through five innings of work.
The boys will be back in action tomorrow against the Signal Hill Oilers. First pitch is scheduled at 4 pm. Pirates tie 3-3.
Box Score: http://calsummerball.com/OCRresults19.html
Fullerton, Calif.- The Inland Valley Pirates fell to the San Diego Force by a final score of 6-3 Thursday at night at Amerige Park on the back end of a double-header.
The Pirates gave up three runs in the first inning were unable to overcome the deficit. Although the Pirates fought hard to come back, scoring one in the first but ultimately came up short.
Riley Kasper and Ryan McAnless both added two hits each and Lozano Batted in two runs.
The Pirates will be back in action tomorrow against the OC Riptide. First pitch is scheduled at 7 pm. Pirates lose 6-3.
Box Score: sccbl.wttbaseball.pointstreak.com/boxscore.html?gameid=507876
Fullerton, Calif.- Pitchers Bryan Pope and Pat Showalter combined for a shutout game as the Pirates dominated the San Diego Force, 6-0, Thursday night at Amerige Park.
Both teams got off to a cold start offensively, The Pirates scored one run in the bottom of the second inning. Bryan Pope struck out six while walking two in five innings of work. Ryan Pho added two hits, an RBI, and scored a run. The Pirates exploded for four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning.
The boys will be back in action tomorrow against the OC Riptide. First pitch is scheduled at 7 pm. Pirates win 6-0.
Box Score : http://sccbl.wttbaseball.pointstreak.com/boxscore.html?gameid=507875
The Bucs had their last preseason game in a battle against Southern Nevada at Citrus college on Saturday as they are getting ready for their conference match-up against the San Diego Force. The Bucs will face the Force in a double header at Cal Poly Pomona at 4:00PM and 7:00PM.
Fullerton, Calif.- The Inland Valley Pirates baseball club squandered an early 2-0 lead, and ultimately fell 6-2 to the Cal Jays on Wednesday afternoon at Amerige Park. The Pirates received their first loss of the season.
The Pirates got off to a hot start, the bats broke through for two runs in the top of the first inning. Demetri Collachio and Matt Thompson both singled to right field and came home to score. This would end up being the only offense generated by the Pirates. Meanwhile, the Jays fired back with three runs in the second and two runs in the third inning.
The bullpen was a bright spot for the Pirates. Andre henson came in to strike out four in his 2.5 innings of work and Brian Marquez and Aaron Halpert held the jays zero hits
The boys will be back in action tomorrow against the San Diego Force. First pitch is scheduled at 7 pm. Jays win 6-2.