Hector Rivas pitched a 5-hit shutout, and Seth Rakestraw went 3 for 3 with a double, raising his batting average on the season to .588, third best in the league, as the Red Sox blanked the Rays by the score of 10-0.
Angel Mendoza pitched a 1-hit shutout, and J.C. Calderon blasted his 6th home run of the season to right center, as the White Sox beat the Rays by the score of 10-0.
Lorenzo Restrepo smashed his third home run of the season, and the Angels brought out their full offensive attack with 5 doubles and 12 hits overall, as the Angels got back to their winning ways with a 14-4 victory over the Red Sox.
In Minor A...
Samuel Akers hit an inside the park homer as the first place Red Sox knocked off the second place A's by the score of 8-5.
Here are the current leaders and stats through April 22nd:
Congratulations to our three top candy bar sellers!
First place: Angel Aguirre, Minor A Tigers - 16 boxes
Second place: Ian Hibdon, Majors Rays - 15 boxes
Third place: Amaris Harrison, Majors Yankees - 14 boxes
For their prizes, Angel won new Beats Headphones, Ian won a new Easton S2 Bat, and Amaris won a new Rawlings Gold Glove.
The League Rules for the 2014 UALL spring season have been posted.
The rules are broken down by division and this document has all the info the managers need to know prior to the season. Managers, please print out a copy on the left under "handouts" or just click here to download a copy and print it out.
Closing Ceremonies will be Saturday June 7th
New UALL Facebook Page!
Upland American Little League now has a Facebook page. Please stop by and "like" the page, that way you can keep up to date on all the latest updates and league news.
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE FOR ALL YOUR HELP
Upland American Little League is always looking for new players to join our league. Haven't played for a year or two? No problem! Are you thinking about introducing baseball to your young son or daughter? We have a great team of experienced coaches ready to create a fun and positive environment to help improve the skills of all players.
UALL MISSION STATEMENT Upland American Little League Baseball is a non-profit organization run solely by dedicated volunteers. We've been providing a safe place for the youth of our community to play baseball, meet new friends, and build self-confidence and self-esteem. Baseball has developed a tradition of service to young people, teaching them to play by the rules, so they will learn to live by the rules.
UALL started our first season in 1951. We are located in Upland, CA, the "City of Gracious Living". We are proud to have over 200 boys and girls from Upland playing in our league this year. Upland American Little League strives to teach sportsmanship, citizenship, and a sense of fair play to all of our youth participants. We are proud of our children and proud of the City of Upland that we call our home.
Little League Pledge I TRUST IN GOD I LOVE MY COUNTRY AND WILL RESPECT ITS LAWS I WILL PLAY FAIR AND STRIVE TO WIN BUT WIN OR LOSE I WILL ALWAYS DO MY BEST
The Little League Parent/Volunteer Pledge
Parents and volunteers, please remember why we are all here. We are here for the kids. To not only teach them how to play baseball, but to also teach teamwork and sportsmanship. Please read this pledge and remember it whenever we feel the need to be a positive role model to our kids.
The Little League Parent/Volunteer Pledge I will teach all children to play fair and do their best I will positively support all managers, coaches and players I will respect the decisions of the umpires I will praise a good effort despite the outcome of the game