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Big hitting performance carries the Dodgers past Kendall Metz 10-2

Josh Broadwater hit for the cycle to carry the Dodgers to a 10-2 win over Kendall Metz at Mullins Park in eight innings.

Broadwater put himself in scoring position with four extra-base hits for the Dodgers. He homered in the first inning, tripled in the third inning, singled in the sixth inning, and doubled in the fifth and seventh innings.

The Dodgers beat Kendall Metz thanks to 16 hits, including six extra base hits. The Dodgers scored four runs in the sixth on the Dodgers scored in the sixth on a two-run home run by Matt Zelgewicz, an RBI single by Pete Gomez, and an RBI single by Luis Cordova.

 

Anthony Morales struck out eight, paving the way for a the Dodgers win. Morales allowed one earned run on two hits and seven walks over seven innings.

 

Larry Hernandez, Zelgewicz and Broadwater helped lead the Dodgers. They combined for nine hits and six RBIs.

PC Cabrera took the loss for Kendall Metz. He allowed nine runs in five innings, walked four and struck out one.

The game was never in doubt after the first, as the Dodgers scored two runs on a two-run home run by Broadwater.

The Dodgers posted one run in each of the second, third, fifth, and seventh. In the second, the Dodgers scored on an RBI single by Morales, plating Cordova.

The Dodgers scored one run in each of the third, fifth and seventh. In the third, the Dodgers scored on an RBI single by Hernandez, bringing home Broadwater.

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The Dodgers drop 11-7 game to theHialeah Blue Jays despite efforts ofAnthony Morales

Anthony Morales went 2-4, but the Dodgers still fell to the Hialeah Blue Jays 11-7 on Sunday at Sportsplex.

 

Luis Cordova shut down the Hialeah Blue Jays while he was on the hill. The Hialeah Blue Jays managed just one hit off of Cordova, who allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out two during his three innings of work.

 

The Hialeah Blue Jays were sparked by Che and Vinnie, who teamed up for six hits and five RBIs.

Morales couldn't get it done on the mound for the Dodgers, taking a loss. He allowed seven runs in three innings, walked one and struck out two.

The Hialeah Blue Jays stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the first, scoring four runs on a two-run error and two singles.

The Hialeah Blue Jays got three-run rallies in the third inning and the sixth. In the third, the Hialeah Blue Jays scored on an RBI double by Che, plating Jorge B.

The Hialeah Blue Jays increased their lead with three runs in the sixth. The inning looked promising, as Jorgey singled, scoring Jorge M to kick things off.

Four the Dodgers runs crossed the plate in the bottom half of the seventh, making the score 11-7. A fielder's choice, an RBI single by Cordova, and a two-run error sparked the Dodgers' rally. Finally, Rick A got Danny Herrera to fly out to end the threat.

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Eighth-inning lead change vaults Kendall Metz past the Dodgers, 10-7

The Dodgers lost the ballgame after losing the lead in the eighth inning Sunday, as Kendall Metz grabbed a 10-7 victory at Mullins Park.

 

Trevor Cobb racked up two RBIs on two hits for the Dodgers. He doubled in the third inning and singled in the seventh inning.

 

Kendall Metz's Paul Ruggiano, Robert Almodovar, Mike Deluca and Alex Lopez combined for seven hits and nine RBIs.

The Dodgers jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first. Danny Herrera kicked things off for the Dodgers with a single. The Dodgers pushed more runs across when Herrera scored on an RBI single by Larry Hernandez.

The Dodgers matched their two-run third inning with two more in the ninth. In the third, the Dodgers scored on an RBI double by Cobb, scoring Anthony Morales.

Kendall Metz never surrendered the lead after the eighth inning, scoring four runs on a home run by Lopez.

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Josh (Astros)'s big day not enough, as the Dodgers lose 15-0 to the Carol City Astros

The Dodgers racked up four hits, but it wasn't enough, as the Dodgers were 15-0 losers on Sunday at the hands of the Carol City Astros at Sportsplex.

The Carol City Astros' #6, #15, #29 and #31 combined for eight hits and eight RBIs.

The Carol City Astros never surrendered the lead after the first inning, scoring six runs on two singles and.

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The Hialeah Blue Jays outdone byMitch Baker and the Dodgers, 6-1

Mitch Baker went 2-4, sparking the Dodgers to a 6-1 victory over the Hialeah Blue Jays on Sunday at Sportsplex.

He singled in the third and fifth innings.

 

Alec Duffy looked sharp on the bump. The Hialeah Blue Jays managed just two hits off of Duffy, who allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out seven during his three innings of work.

 

Dan Lozinsky got the win for the Dodgers. He allowed one run over five innings. He struck out five, walked two and surrendered three hits.

The lead stayed with the Dodgers after the third, when they scored one run on an RBI double by Dan Lozinsky.

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The Dodgers muster 10 hits, drop 19-7 contest to the Miramar Twins

Anthony Morales did his best to will the Dodgers to a win with a three-hit game, but the Dodgers dropped a 19-7 contest to the Miramar Twins on Sunday at Sportsplex.

D Jimnean got the win for the Miramar Twins despite allowing seven runs over six innings. He struck out nine, walked three and surrendered nine hits.

The Miramar Twins easily handled the Dodgers pitching as seven hitters combined for 15 hits, 13 RBIs and 16 runs scored.

Morales couldn't get it done on the mound for the Dodgers, taking a loss. He allowed six runs in three innings, walked three and struck out two.

The Miramar Twins stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the first, scoring two runs on an error.

After pushing across three runs in the bottom of the third, the Dodgers faced just a 6-3 deficit. A sacrifice fly by Paul Cerbone, an RBI single by Morales, and a sacrifice fly by Mitch Baker gave the Dodgers life. Finally, Jimnean got Dan Lozinsky to ground out to end the threat.

The Miramar Twins tacked on another five runs in the fourth. The inning looked promising, as Jimnean doubled, scoring R Galvez to kick things off. That was followed up by Jose Medina's single, plating Jimnean.

One run in the bottom of the fourth helped the Dodgers close their deficit to 11-4. A passed ball sparked the Dodgers' rally. But, Jimnean got Dan Duffy to strike out to end the inning.

One run in the bottom of the sixth helped the Dodgers close their deficit to 19-5. An RBI single by David Herrera triggered the Dodgers' comeback. The Miramar Twins stopped the rally after Jimnean got Cerbone to strike out.

Two the Dodgers runs crossed the plate in the bottom half of the seventh, making the score 19-7. A sacrifice fly by Pete Gomez and a sacrifice fly byTrevor Cobb gave the Dodgers life. But, Jimnean got Danny Herrera to ground out to end the game.

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Welcome to the Fall 2012 Season

September 28, 2012
Welcome to the 2012 Fall season. This season will be a challenge for seventh term Coach Pete Gomez. The Fall Dodgers will have some new faces. Returning from last season are Nick O'John, Dan Duffy, Bob Middleton, Matt Friend, Scott Medina, Eddie Reyes, Elvin Santos, Daryl Santiago, Don Gagliano, and David Schmidt. The Dodgers were busy during the off season picking up some needed support. New to the team is this years first round pick Jamel Johnson. In addition to Johnson, Mike Dettlebach will be returning from taking a season off. First game will be September 29, 2012.