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Final 4 set for LCS!

Congratulations to the Herndon Braves for defeating the Thunderbolts 5-4 in 12 innings to advance to the LCS semi finals.  They will take on the #1 seed Bethesda Big Train in a 3 game series starting Monday July 27th at Herndon HS.  The first pitch is 7 pm.  On the other side of the bracket, the Vienna Riverdogs knocked out the DC Grays 8-6.  The Riverdogs will host the Baltimore Redbirds in a 3 game series starting tomorrow night at James Madison HS at 7 pm. Admission is $5 for 12 and older, $1 for kids between 7-11 year old and free for kids under 7 years of age. You can purchase an LCS playoff pass for $15, which will get you into all the 2015 LCS games starting on Monday July 27th.  Individual team season passes will not be honored for the playoffs.

CRCBL Playoffs Start Tonight!

Congratulations to the Bethesda Big Train for winning the regular season title for the 4th year in a row.  They will be the number 1 seed heading into the playoffs.  The Baltimore Redbirds will be the number 2 seed.   Both teams will have a first round bye.  The Silver Spring –Takoma Thunderbolts will return to the playoffs ending a six year drought. The Vienna Riverdogs clinched a playoff spot this year after missing the postseason last year on the final regular season game. The DC Grays, under new manager Reggie Terry, head to the post season for the first time since joining the league 4 years ago.  The final playoff spot will be decided on the last regular season day with the Herndon Braves holding the tie breaker over the Alexandria Aces.  If the Herndon Braves win tomorrow night in Vienna, they lock down the last playoff spot. If the Braves loose and the Aces win against the Big Train, the Aces will take the last playoff spot.

The first round single elimination playoff games will take place on Sunday July 26th .The #4 seed Thunderbolts will take on the #5 seed Braves at 6 pm at Blair HS. The #3 seed Riverdogs will be hosting the 6th place seed DC grays at 7 pm at James Madison HS. The winner of the first round games will play the Big Train and Redbirds starting on Monday evening.  This will be a best of three format with the winners advancing to the League Championship Series starting on Friday July 30th.

 Admission is $5 for 12 and older, $1 for kids between 7-11 year old and free for kids under 7 years of age. You can purchase an LCS playoff pass for $15, which will get you into all the 2015 LCS games starting on Monday July 27th.  Individual team season passes will not be honored for the playoffs.

Amway hosts Capitol Hill reception for Grays

DC Grays players, coaches and staff got a taste of life on Capitol Hill on Tuesday night when Grays sponsor Amway hosted a reception for the team at its historic townhouse on Capitol Hill.  Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) stopped by to visit with the team and receive a special autographed bat from the 2015 Grays. 

"We try to make sure our players experience everything that DC has to offer," said team president Mike Barbera.  "It is a unique privilege for us to have a wonderful sponsor like Amway offer this special event for our players."

One week ago, the Grays took a special tour of the Capitol, which was arranged by Grays board member Greg Tosi, a senior staff member in the U.S. Senate.

Pictured above are Grays coach Jimmy Williams, Grays infielder Aaron Inman, Congresswoman Holmes-Norton, Grays pitcher Harry Thomas and Grays manager Reggie Terry.
 

Redbirds Host League of Dreams Day

"For every player who has a dream"--For the third year, the Baltimore Redbirds partnered with the League of Dreams organization to hold a player's clinic and play a game of America's favorite pastime. The League of Dreams is an exciting, family-oriented program that provides all individuals, regardless of physical or mental capacity, the opportunity to experience the joys, challenges, and personal growth that comes from playing the game. President Frank Kolarek is fully dedicated to giving the members of the League of Dreams the best possible experience, while teaching them skills and the rules of the game. The memories made by Redbirds players and members of the League of Dreams are something that will be with them the rest of their lives.

 
Our own Alex Maddox was able to talk with members of the League of Dreams organization and Jason Morgan (UNC-Chapel Hill) about this years' event. 
 

Donate Food at Giant to Help Feed the Hungry

FEED THE HUNGRY CHALLENGE
 
 
Sixth Annual Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League's
Feed the Hungry Challenge a Huge Success!
 
This past Saturday from 10 to 2, Montgomery County residents donated cans or boxes of food at 8 different Giant Food locations for the Manna Food Center.  If you donated two or more items and you received a FREE family pass for four to a regular season game this July at any Montgomery County Cal Ripken League ballpark.  
 
The Rockville Express for the 4th time in 6 years collected the most pounds of food and won the Manna Feed the Hungry Challenge.
 
Donated Food Totals
Rockville Express: 2,145 pounds (new record)
Bethesda Big Train: 1,336 pounds
Gaithersburg Giants: 886 pounds
Silver Spring-Takoma Thunderbolts: 802

New record total at 5,151pounds (previous record was in 2012 with 4,840 pounds)

Sponsors: Manna Food Center, Giant, Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League and Text Design.

 
 

Chandler Home Run Derby Contest

The Chandler Home Run Derby contest will take place before the All-Star game tomorrow night at Povich Field. The contest begins at 5:30 pm and will feature some of the best long ball hitters the league has to offer.

Alan Mocahbee - West Georgia Technical College - Herndon Braves
Marty Costes -  University of Maryland College Park - Baltimore Redbirds
Colton Shaver -  Brigham Young University - DC Grays
Casey Sheehan -  University of California Riverside - Gaithersburg Giants
Michael Rescigno - University of Maryland College Park - Bethesda Big Train
Nathaniel Lowe - Mississippi State University - Vienna Riverdogs
Victor Nazario - Lindsey Wilson College - Silver Spring - Takoma Thunderbolts
Michael Mioduszewski
- Eastern Michigan University - Baltimore Dodgers
Don Walsh - Post University -
Rockville Express

 

Pitcher of the Week

Pitcher of the Week

Congratulations to Riley Arnone (Winthrop University) of the Rockville Express for being named Pitcher of the Week for the week of July 13th. Riley went 1-0 with 9 strikeouts allowing just 6 hits and 1 unearned run in his complete game victory over the Thunderbolts. 

Offensive Player of the Week

Offensive Player of the Week

Congratulations to Mac Caples (Virginia Tech University) of the Baltimore Redbirds for being named Offensive Player of the Week for the week of July 13th. Mac batted .429 for the week with 3 home runs, 1 double, 8 runs scored, 5 rbi's and 3 walks. Mac is batting .313 for the season.

 

Chandler Home Run Derby Winner

Nathan Lowe (Mississippi State) of the Vienna Riverdogs won the Chandler Home Run Derby contest belting 6 home runs.  One was estimated to be more than 430 feet.

BSN Sports All-Star Game MOP

Kurt Sinnen (Old Dominion University) of the DC Grays was named the Most Outstanding Player.  Kurt went 1 for 1 in his two plate appearances. He had a walk, a single with an RBI and he scored the winning run.

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