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Ten Run Second Inning Leads Terriers To Romp
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, July 21, 2011
In game two of the Sandlott 17u World Series the JR Terriers rolled over Training Camp Baseball Academy 15-0. This one was put away early when the Terriers strung together nine consecutive hits for ten runs in the bottom of the second. With one out, the hit parade was started by TJ Baker's single to right.

That line drive bullet was followed by eight more consecutive hits by Cal Quantrill (2B,2RBI,RS), Geoffrey Seto (1B,RBI,RS), Robert Grilli (1B,RBI,RS), Toby Handley (2B,2RBI,2RS), Aaron Loder (1B,RBI,RS), Aaron Palmer (2B,1B,2RBI,2RS), Travis Seabrooke (2B,RBI,RS) and Nick Dimpfel (1B,2B,2RBI). Righthander Matt Beaton, who struck out two and walked just one in the game, was staked to five more runs in the third inning for a 15-0 lead through his four innings of work. The game ended after five innings by mercy rule. Pool play concludes with a game versus the Diamondbacks, who also have two wins.
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