Archive for Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Fast start gets Outlaws past Dodgers

May 30, 2007


The Dodgers' Reese Todd waits on first base after a hit.

The Dodgers' Reese Todd waits on first base after a hit.

The Outlaws utilized three separate three-run innings to defeat the Liberty Tax Dodgers, 11-3, Saturday at 4-H Fields.

The Dodgers fell behind early when the Outlaws scored three in the top of the first. Outlaw Jordan Portela was responsible for all three runs as he hit a two-run triple and later scored.

Jalen Dudley added two more runs for the Outlaws in the top of the third when he had a two-run inside-the-park home run.

After falling behind 5-0, the Dodgers got on the scoreboard with two runs in the fourth. Dodger Jim Morton hit an RBI double and scored on a single by Reese Todd.

The Outlaws responded with a three-run fifth inning that featured a Dudley RBI double and a three-run sixth inning highlighted by Garret Romero's double, which plated two.

A last inning Dodger rally fell short despite a John Foster single that he scored on following a series of throwing miscues.


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