NOLL/SOLL

Majors Division

Rockies 9 Pirates 8: After trailing early, the Rockies broke through for seven runs in the third inning. Jack Ellis pitched four strong innings in relief, allowing the Rockies to win on a walk-off hit in the seventh inning. For the Pirates, Dylan Moore went 3 for 4 including a home run and four RBI's, while Sandler Douglas, J.D. Klopotowski and Ben Marshburn also had multiple hits.

Marlins 8 A's 5: The Marlins jumped out to an early lead and held off a late A's rally thanks to hits by Zack Nelson, Jack McColm-de Jong and Tony Todd. The A's rally was fueled by Louis Whitaker, Damian Irvin, and Noah Zirkle.

Rays 9 Royals 8: The Rays edged out their first victory with a come-from-behind effort against the Royals. The Royals jumped out to an 8-1 lead but the Rays fought back with extra-base hits from Leo Kelly, Thomas Richardson, Oren Rose-Strochlic, and a walk-off single by Nate Roehl. Liam Rizzo, Gabe Matta, and Ben Isola each had two hits for the Royals, including a three-run homer by Rizzo.

Marlins 16, Blue Jays 6: The streaking Marlins improved to 3-0 after cruising past the Blue Jays. Aiden Young pitched five scoreless and the offense had hits throughout the lineup. For the Blue Jays, Sam Nelson had a couple of strong at-bats, while Holden Smith pitched two solid innings and added a key hit in a sixth-inning rally. Nelson also was strong on the hill, pitching two scoreless innings with four strikeouts.


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A's 6 Royals 1: P.J. Carney pitched a complete game for the A's, allowing just two hits while striking out 13. Carney also contributed with two doubles at the plate. Mattias Limon, Jalen Chang, and Alex George led the A's offense with multiple hits and RBI's. For the Royals, Jonathan Phillippi doubled to left and Jameson Morrin had a line drive single to right field, while Nicholas Kohler pitched a strong sixth inning in relief.

Giants 11 Nationals 5: The Giant's Ethan Schnetz, Blaine French and Lanie Goldberg pitched brilliantly. The offense exploded for nine runs in the fourth inning, thanks to big hits by Goldberg, Joseph Picchi, Andrew Hutton, and Justin Chhim. Will Herbert, Aidan Forte and Justin Ngo led the Nationals offense with two hits apiece, while Darius Zucker, Hugo May, Herbert and Leroy Yau all pitched scoreless innings.