Reamstown Reds win 12-0
TROY BOYER Special to the Review
, Staff Writer
The Reamstown Athletic Association Reds of the 28 and over Berks County Senior Baseball League assured themselves of a winning season and moved into a tie for fourth place on Sunday by pounding the Savage 61 Dodgers 12-0 at 3rd and Spruce Streets Park in Reading.
The Reds’ 13-hit barrage was led by starting pitcher Todd Adair, whose 4-for-4 performance at the plate garnered him two more hits than he gave up on the mound. Adair was joined in the hit parade by two-hit games from Brent Wilson, Harry Rogers, and Pete Manko. Only one player in the Reamstown lineup failed to record a hit on the day.
On the defensive side, the Reds played another error-free game to back up Adair’s shutout, and the Dodgers only managed to put two runners on base in the 10-run mercy rule game.
Next Sunday, the Reds will close out the regular-season schedule at home against the Angels at 1 p.m. at Reamstown Memorial Park. Following the game, the Reds will celebrate their annual Family Day, with food and fellowship for families, friends, and fans.
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