Greens bang out 11 hits in 10-3 win over Grays in Babe Ruth action

Published 9:04 am Wednesday, July 2, 2003

By Staff
The Greens outhit the Grays 11-5 en route to the 10-3 victory in Babe Ruth action Tuesday night.
Bubby Carnes picked up the mound victory while Billy Syrette suffered the loss.
Chris Stratton and Brooks Bonner each had two hits and two RBIs to pace the Green team. Carnes and Isaiah Beckman each had a hit and an RBI.
Matt Carlson led the Gray team with a double and two singles, while Syrette had a single and an RBI. Aaron Rolston also had a single.
The Greens are 3-11 on the year. The Grays are 6-7.
A fourth-run sixth inning lifted the Greens past the Grays in Babe Ruth play Tuesday, 9-5.
The Greens led 9-2 after six innings, but had to stave off a Grays' rally in the top half of the seventh. The Grays scored three times in the seventh to cut the lead to four runs.
Beckman earned the victory for the Greens as he fanned 11 and walked just one. Rolston suffered the loss.
Carnes doubled, singled and drove in a run to lead the Green team. Beckman added two singles and an RBI, while Aaron Holy had two singles and three RBIs.
Syrette led the Gray squad with two singles, a double and three RBIs. Rolson added three singles, while Carlson finished with two hits.
Both teams finished with three hits as pitching and defense ruled the day in the Royals' 3-2 victory over the Greens.
Ryne Dowling struck out 10 and walked just two to pick up the mound victory. Bonner suffered the loss.
John Watson doubled and scored a run for the Royals, while Casey Hood and Rick Morrison picked up the other two hits.
Dan Klute doubled and scored a run for the Greens, who also got hits from Matt Tanke and Beckman.
The Royals improved to 9-3 with the victory.
Chris Singleton tossed a four-hitter as the Royals won their 10th game of the season with a 10-3 win over the Greens.
Kory Bridges suffered the loss for the Greens.
Dowling had a double and an RBI for the Royals, who also got two hits and two RBIs each from Hood and Derek Tanke. Singleton contributed a single.
Holy had two hits for the Greens, who got a double and a run scored from both Beckman and Carnes. Bonner and Bobby Molner both singled.
Despite outhitting the Indians, 9-6, the Yankees came away with a 15-13 defeat.
Mat Peters picked up the victory for the Indians, while Eric Rush took the loss for the Yankees.
Bryce and Landon Coleman had two hits and two RBIs for the Indians. Matt Duckett and Jason Ely added two-run doubles.
Tim Hardy had three hits, including a home run, to lead the Yankees. Rush doubled, while Justin Price, Adam Mann and Billy Siderits all singled.
The Yankees are 10-2 on the year, while the Indians are now 3-6.
A pair of six-run innings led the Cubs to victory over the Indians.
The Cubs scored six runs in the third and fourth innings to break open the clost contest.
Danny Lynch tossed a one-hitter over three innings of work to earn the victory. Ely took the loss.
D.J. Elrod had four hits and two RBIs for the Cubs, who improve to 6-4. Mike Laylin and Lynch each had two hits, while Ryan McCormick and Stephan Banicki each singled and scored.
Chad Nichols and Bryce Coleman had two hits and scored a run for the Indians. Ely also had a hit.