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Weather Cools Marlins Against North Tigers

During the spring little league season we are posting articles written by young Newton sports writers. This story was written by Emma Ball.

Although the Marlins played hard against the North Tigers, they fell a little short. It was a cold and very windy day at the Ward baseball fields in Newton on Sunday May fifth.

Marlins pitcher Sam Langer started out in the 1st inning by striking out Tigers third baseman Jack. Matthew then came up to bat and hit a double. Jackson then got hit by a pitch and took his base. Danny then hit a triple sending both Matthew and Jackson home, Danny was about to run home but Marlins third baseman Simon Ball threw home getting Danny out. The inning was over with a 2-0 Tiger lead.

    The second inning was a scoreless. In the third, Marlins player Finbar Crowley hit a home run and goes home making the score 2-1 tigers.

    At the beginning of fourth, the Tigers’ Matthew hit a grand slam making the score 6-1, Tigers. Two more Tiger runs came in and the game ended with the Tigers winning 8-1. It was a tough loss for the Marlins.

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Marc Mantell May 08, 2014 at 04:36 PM
Actually the writer confused Jack and Danny. It was Jack that hit the triple in the first inning. And he was not thrown out - he was safe at third.


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