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Cubs Crush 'Tics; Tritons Trump Goliaths

May 26, 2022 (Federal League Wire Service)

              A tie for second place in the Original Division was temporarily settled as the Broward Cubs hammered the Fort Lauderdale Atlantics, 16-6.
              Eddie Cabrera collected three hits, drove in two runs, stole home, and earned a save, tossing two and two thirds scoreless innings. Pete Maestrales also had three hits for the Bruins and Jamaal Thelwell two hits, including a two run home run.
              Cory McEwen started for the Cubbies and labored through five and a third innings, allowing four earned runs on seven hits, but emerged with his first win of the season. Keanu Buerrose started for the Oceaneers and surrendered seven runs on seven hits in four innings and took the loss. Buerrose also walked seven batters while striking out three.
              The Navigators held a 3-2 lead in the third, but the Cubs struck for five runs in the fourth. Lionel Rubio had a run scoring single, Cabrera singled in two runs, and Yaniel Perez had a two run double.
              Jerry Ostos and Rob Wiley had two hits each to pace the Atlantics. Wiley drove in three runs.  
              The second place Cubs have won three of their last four and four of their last six. The Atlantics, who lost their second straight, slipped to third in the Senior Circuit.
              The Tri-Cities Tritons held on for a wild 14-12 win over the pesky Davie Goliaths and the victory allowed the Water Dwellers to leapfrog the Philistines in the Expansion Division standings.
              A five run first inning, aided by consecutive RBI singles by Elio Licea and James McDonnell, gave the G-Men an early lead, but, the Tritons scored four in the third and then added five runs in the fifth and five more in the sixth.
              Jordy Oriach, Mike LaManna, Chad Allen, and Gerardo Castellanos had two hits a piece for the Sons of Poseidon. Castellanos hit a two run home run in the third. Zac Miller's two run double highlighted the rally in the fourth, and consecutive two run singles by Ryan Maldonado and Jordy Oriach keyed the fifth.
              The Goliaths put up a fight, scoring six runs in the ninth as they brought the potential go ahead run to the plate, but Marco Llamozas bid for hero status wound up in Miller's glove in center field for the game's final out.
              Chris Archer yielded five earned runs on six hits in six and a third innings and captured his first win of the season. Matt Chikerotis started for the Philistines, but only last two and a third innings. Pete Ginter permitted five runs on four hits and three walks in an inning and a third and suffered his third loss of the campaign.
              Bryce Banks and McDonnell had two hit games for the Goliaths. McDonnell accomplished his two hit game in only two at bats as he was ejected after getting thrown out at third in the top of the fourth. Goliaths' manager Don Gagliano was ejected for arguing balls and strikes before the start of the bottom of the fourth. The G-Men held a 6-4 advantage at that point, but were outscored 10-0 in the next two innings.
              The Tritons have won two straight, while the Goliaths have lost three of their last four contests.
                
              

            
                          
              
              

                   
                


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