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Pacific Southwest: Shutout and Sixth Inning Heroics Lead to a Second Win 07/28/2015

By: Charlie Hooper  Team Pacific Southwest won their second game of pool play tonight when they defeated Team Maryland 6-0 under the lights on Cal Sr’s Yard. Going into the game, Pacific Southwest was hoping to bounce back after a sloppy win and leave it all on the field. Coach Daryl Kitagawa talked to his team before the game, “I told them to settle down. We need...

Harford County: Enjoying The Experience 07/28/2015

By: Jordan Cope While Team Harford County still has at least two more games left to play in the Cal Ripken World Series, the team discussed some of their favorite memories from their experience at tonight’s practice.   One of the most popular memories from Team Harford County’s experience at the Cal Ripken World Series has been scrimmaging Team Korea. Last...

Maryland: Heads Held High After Tough Loss 07/28/2015

Heading into Monday night’s matchup with Team Pacific Southwest, Maryland State was itching for a win to get themselves on the board of the 2015 Cal Ripken World Series. Through five innings of play, we had a defensive clinic occurring on Cal Sr.’s Yard. Team Pacific Southwest led by one and Tyler Moody had just exited the game after five innings of five-hit...

Southeast: post-game press conference vs Mid-Atlantic 07/28/2015

Check out Team Southeast’s post-game press conference after their game against Mid-Atlantic. 

Southeast: A quick comeback rally just not enough to take down Mid-Atlantic as they lose, 7-4 07/28/2015

By Spencer Latran Both teams had their solid at-bats, and stellar defensive performances, but in the final innings of the game, Mid-Atlantic was able to pull away, beating Team Southeast, 7-4, at Cal Sr.’s Yard at the 2015 Cal Ripken World Series. “Our expectations of Mid-Atlantic were exactly what you saw, “ said Southeast Head Coach Rick Pate. “I knew they were...