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Apr '10 02

2010 MLB Academies Tournament Results Days 4&5



The 2010 edition of the annual MLB Academies Tournament at the Armin Wolf Arena in Regensburg, Germany ended on Thursday. Joris Navarro from France, who struck out 13 batters in just six innings, while walking two, was named best pitcher. Rodney Daal from the Netherlands got the trophy for the best batter. Led by Navarro and Maxime Lefevre, who also added an inside-the-park homerun to his home steal, especially the French team made a great impression. They not only defeated Italy twice, but also won against the Netherlands.

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Results Days 4&5:
Wednesday, March 31:
GAME 10: France – Netherlands 10-4 (7)

NED 001 020 1   4 6 2
FRA 041 014 X  10 8 2

GAME 11: Czech Republic – Germany 2-8 (7)

GER 100 123 0   8 7 3
CZE 002 000 0  2 4 5

GAME 12: Sweden – France 4-13 (7)

FRA 041 140 3  13 15 3
SWE 000 103 0   4  5 3

GAME 13: Italy – Sweden 19-1 (6)

SWE 000 010   1  1 4
ITA 544 141  19 15 0

GAME 14: Buchbinder Legionaere Regensburg – Italy 8-2 (6)

ITA 011 000  2  6 2
REG 420 020  8 10 2

Thursday, April 1:
GAME 15: France – Italy 6-3 (7)

ITA 030 000 0  3 3 3
FRA 001 120 2  6 9 2

GAME 16: Germany – Combo FRA/CZE/SWE 10-11 (7)

FCS 303 111 1  11 11 4
GER 330 131 0  10  9 5

GAME 17: Czech Republic – Sweden 3-4 (7)

SWE 010 201 0  4 7 5
CZE 000 001 2  3 2 1

Results Days 1&2 and complete Rosters
Results Day 3

(most of the games were scheduled for nine innings or 2.5 hours time limit, additionally there were strict pitch counts, for example a half inning ended after 25 pitches total, even if there were less than three outs)




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