April 24, 2024
Search
Close this search box.
Search
Close this search box.
April 24, 2024
Search
Close this search box.

Linking Northern and Central NJ, Bronx, Manhattan, Westchester and CT

BBO’s Bellcar Electric defeated TBO’s Camp Shalom 4-3 in extra innings. Camp Shalom led 3-2 after the top of the 7th inning. In the bottom of the 7th, Bellcar’s Daniel Yablok delivered a two-out base hit past the shortstop, driving home Dovid Allen with the tying run, with Benny Friedman racing home behind him to win the game.

The G-Raters Red Sox defeated Team AO 4-2 in a tight game to advance to the semi-finals of the 2/3 division in TBO/BBO. The G-Raters led 4-0 after the first following some great defensive plays from Jacob Schmutter and Shamai Kirschenbaum and the big hit coming in the form of a 2-run triple from Netanel Bromberg following back to back singles from Yakir Rosenberg and Jacob Gervis and RBIs from Aron Edell and Yoni Kirschenbaum. However, the G-Raters would fail to score the rest of the game. The key point in the game was when Team AO would load the bases with two outs trailing 4-2 and their best hitter, Jack Schmidt, at bat looking to tie the game. Jack would hit a line drive to center field that looked to, at the very least, tie the game, if not give Team AO the lead, but the G-Raters’ leadoff hitter and centerfielder Yakir Rosenberg made a spectacular running catch to end the inning and likely save the G-Raters’ season. Team AO would also leave the bases loaded in the top of the sixth after Jacob Gervis would strike out Team AO’s batter to end the game and give the G-Rater’s a birth in the semi-finals.

BBO’s Kindersmile Cubs pulled out an extra-inning walkoff win against TBO’s Jewish Link of NJ. Jewish Link jumped ahead behind strong pitching and hitting from Eyal Kinderlehrer, Jared Reich and Ben Chesner. Trailing by two runs in the bottom of the 6th and down to their last strike, Kindersmile’s Yishai Neiss served a base hit into left field, driving home two to tie the game. Then, after holding the The Jewish Link in the top of the 7th, Kindersmile’s Nathan Neufeld walked with the bases loaded to complete the win.

Richards Manufacturing outlasted BBO’s Lakeland Bank Brewers last Sunday in a thrilling 2-1 nail-biter. Starting pitcher Abie Fields tossed three shutout innings for Richards, matching Lakeland’s Yisroel Shaffren frame for frame. With fireballer Gavi Greenspan out for the postseason, Richards’ Mickey Greenberg came on to throw three innings of one-run ball for his team. Down 1-0 in the bottom of the 5th, back-to-back RBI doubles by Greenberg and Jeb Fields gave Richards the lead, which held up.

Earlier in the day, J&J Pharmacy beat HODS by a final score of 6-4. J&J staked itself to an early 6-2 lead, thanks to RBI hits by J&J’s Daniel Eckman and Avi Schnek. HODS clawed its way back behind strong relief pitching by Isaac Kantowitz and Joe Ruditsky, but J&J hung on for the W behind the efforts of relievers Joshua Rabitz and Eckman.

Knoll Orthodontics defeated BBO’s Aaron Teitelbaum Productions by a score of 10-1. Knoll got contributions up and down the batting order, and pitcher Eli Knapp led the way for Knoll with four strong innings on the mound.

Law Offices of Moshie Solomon topped The Rothenberg Law Firm InjuryLawyer.Com in the semi-finals. The previous meeting of these teams came down to the last batter in a 10-9 win by the Rothenberg team. In this much-anticipated rematch, both teams had exciting plays on offense and defense including balls smashed to the outfield, line drives caught, and force plays at home. The game truly demonstrated how much the girls on both teams learned and improved from the games and practices throughout the season while having fun!!

Stefanie Diamond Photography walked off in the bottom of the 6th inning with a thrilling victory over DJ Ben Black. Stefanie Diamond held a 2-0 lead going into the 6th inning, but DJ Ben Black tied the game on a shot by Galil Neuer. In the bottom half of the 6th, Hailey Diamond led off the inning with a single up the middle, and moved up to second on a line drive by Danya Langer. Diamond came around from second to score the game winner on a walk off scorching ground ball by Tali Pfeiffer to send Stefanie Diamond Photography to Sunday’s Championship Game!

Leave a Comment

Most Popular Articles