For Mustangs, traveling to tournaments and honing their skills can lead to a D-1 scholarship
Dennis Maffezzoli @maffsports
LAKEWOOD RANCHHere's something you don't see every day on a softball field at Lakewood Ranch Park.Players from the New Zealand Junior White Sox international softball team stood near the pitcher’s circle and did a chant in their native language.
He was an assistant at Cardinal Mooney, an ex-head coach at Riverview and a club coach
Dennis Maffezzoli @maffsports
Whether it was as a player, coach in the gym or on the sand, Joe Rohr was one of the area’s most recognizable volleyball figures.When news of his passing circulated, it sent shockwaves through the volleyball community.Joseph “Joe” Rohr died suddenly in his sleep Monday in Arizona.
New rule places runner at second base at top and bottom of all extra innings Dennis Maffezzoli @maffsports Ivan Pelaez entered the game for the Gulf Coast Rays in the top of the 10th inning and immediately began pitching from the stretch.It is not uncommon for a reliever to shed the windup for the stretch, but Pelaez was forced to pitch from the stretch because there was a runner on second base.Ricky De La Torre of the Twins was placed on second base to start the inning, part of a new rule...
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