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A 17-hit barrage sparked by Owen Petrich driving in six runs and hitting for the cycle boosted the Philadelphia Bandits to the semifinals of the 76th AAABA Tournament with a 12-4 win over Martella’s Pharmacy on Thursday afternoon at Sargent’s Stadium at the Point.
Sparked by a six-run rally in the bottom of the fifth inning, and a game-ending home run by Jared Singletary in the seventh, the New Orleans Boosters opened their 75th year as part of the AAABA Tournament the same way that they ended their 74th trip: By beating Martella’s Pharmacy.
We welcome back an old friend that we haven't seen in two years as the All American Amateur Baseball Association national tournament returns on Monday.
Omar Ward faced plenty of adversity in the months and seasons after he played a major role in Martella’s Pharmacy claiming the first AAABA Tou…
With Paul Carpenter Capital Advisors down to its final out and trailing Martella’s Pharmacy in Game 4 of the Johnstown Collegiate Baseball Lea…
Bryan Layton did his part on the mound, and his Paul Carpenter Capital Advisors teammates produced more than enough offense on Saturday night to put the Johnstown Collegiate Baseball League regular-season champions on the verge of making history.
The Paul Carpenter Capital Advisors No. 5 hitter certainly did enough in his team’s 12-4 victory over Martella’s Pharmacy, as a crowd estimated at 200 people watched at Roxbury Park.
Lane went 5-for-5 including a pair of three-run homers, a double, a two-run single, an infield single, three runs scored and eight RBIs.
Martella's three-run lead shrunk to just one in the fifth inning before the home team answered with three more runs. Based on contributions up and down the roster, Martella's hung on for a 7-5 victory at Sargent's Stadium at the Point.
A towering three-run homer by Jake Felton and a solid relief effort by Alec Petroff were two obvious reasons Martella’s Pharmacy beat league-leading Paul Carpenter Capital Advisors 5-2 on Wednesday in the early game at Sargent’s Stadium at the Point.