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April 18, 2002
The Newport Harbor Baseball Association's Mud Hens dug down deep to pull out two one-run margins of victory in Pony Division action last week. The Mud Hens used their team play to defeat the Corona del Mar Reds, 10-9, and the Mud Hens also scored a 4-3 decision over NHBA Yankees. Mud Hen pitcher Brendon Salisbury struck out seven and walked just one in four innings of work, and Nathan Cramer struck out five in three innings when the Muds rallied to beat the Reds.
NEWS
April 25, 2002
The Mud Hens used practically every positive facet to post a 13-0 win over the Bulls, in Newport Harbor Baseball Association Pony Division action. The Cramer brothers, Nathan and Tim, led the Mud Hens' offensive attack with two hits and two RBIs each, while Andrew Skjonsby and Brendon Salisbury added one hit and two RBIs each. Salisbury struck out six, walked one and allowed just one hit in three innings of work on the mound, and Nick Frazier struck out six in two innings, walked one and allowed only one hit. Frazier also had two RBIs after a walk and a hit by pitch.
NEWS
March 9, 2002
COSTA MESA - Brendan Salisbury struck out 10 batters and Nathan Cramer retired six, while giving up just one walk, to lead the Newport Harbor Baseball Association's Mud Hens to 12-3 win over Costa Mesa Phillies, in Pony baseball action. The two pitchers also gave up five hits combined. Offensively, the Mud Hens were led by Nick Frazier, who hit a two-run home run and singled, driving in three runs, and Will Klatte, who doubled and singled, scoring twice.
NEWS
May 5, 2002
again The Mud Hens staged another come-from-behind victory when they defeated the Corona del Mar Athletics, 9-8, in Newport Harbor Baseball Association Pony Division action. In the bottom of the seventh inning, with the score tied, 8-8, Nathan Cramer slammed a double to plate his Mud Hen teammate Brice Stillman for the winning run in a close play at home base. Stillman got aboard on a single. The Mud Hens had tied the game with two runs in the bottom of the sixth, when Nick Frazier pounded out a triple that brought in Andrew Skjonsby and Brendon Salisbury.
NEWS
May 17, 2002
The Corona del Mar Mets had the bases loaded in the seventh inning, but were unable to tie the game as the Newport Harbor Bulls pulled out a close one, 7-6, in Newport Harbor Baseball Association Pony action. For the Mets, Tom Money doubled to lead-off the seventh and the Mets loaded the bases when Peter Berg was hit by a pitch, but the team was unable to bring a run home. On Saturday the Mets lost, 8-7, to the Pelicans as Tom Money pitched five innings and hit his fourth home run of the year.
NEWS
May 8, 2002
victories CORONA DEL MAR - Andrew Dialynis smacked a three-run home run in the first inning, which proved to be the difference in a 4-2 Cardinals win over the Mud Hens in Corona del Mar Pony Baseball action. Ryan Lance pitched well, allowing only two runs in four innings. Kyle Schneekluth pitched the final three innings, giving up only one hit. Jamie Kline had two hits for the Cards, while Matt Loyd, Jaffer Kattan, David Wheatley, Lance and Schneekluth each added hits in the winning effort.
NEWS
May 18, 2002
NEWPORT BEACH - Returning to the mound after an injury-plagued season didn't seem to faze Eric Eadington. The 13-year-old pitcher for the Corona del Mar Giants no-hit the Durham Bulls in Pony Baseball action May 11. The only baserunner came in the fifth inning when he hit the third batter he faced in the hand. The other three outs were two pop-ups and a groundout. Eadington struck out 18 Bulls en route to the victory. Eadington's first game back from injury came April 20 against the Reds.
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June 13, 2002
Brendon Salisbury picked a good time to pitch a complete game as the Newport Harbor Baseball Association's Mud Hens cruised to shut out the Newport Reds in the second round of Pony Baseball playoffs June 1. Salisbury allowed only five hits and walked one while also starring at the plate. He finished with a triple, double, two runs scored and two RBIs. Nick Frazier led the Mud Hens on offense, hitting single and home run to drive in three and also scored a run. Nathan Cramer (single, run scored)
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NEWS
May 18, 2002
NEWPORT BEACH - Returning to the mound after an injury-plagued season didn't seem to faze Eric Eadington. The 13-year-old pitcher for the Corona del Mar Giants no-hit the Durham Bulls in Pony Baseball action May 11. The only baserunner came in the fifth inning when he hit the third batter he faced in the hand. The other three outs were two pop-ups and a groundout. Eadington struck out 18 Bulls en route to the victory. Eadington's first game back from injury came April 20 against the Reds.
NEWS
May 17, 2002
The Corona del Mar Mets had the bases loaded in the seventh inning, but were unable to tie the game as the Newport Harbor Bulls pulled out a close one, 7-6, in Newport Harbor Baseball Association Pony action. For the Mets, Tom Money doubled to lead-off the seventh and the Mets loaded the bases when Peter Berg was hit by a pitch, but the team was unable to bring a run home. On Saturday the Mets lost, 8-7, to the Pelicans as Tom Money pitched five innings and hit his fourth home run of the year.
NEWS
May 8, 2002
victories CORONA DEL MAR - Andrew Dialynis smacked a three-run home run in the first inning, which proved to be the difference in a 4-2 Cardinals win over the Mud Hens in Corona del Mar Pony Baseball action. Ryan Lance pitched well, allowing only two runs in four innings. Kyle Schneekluth pitched the final three innings, giving up only one hit. Jamie Kline had two hits for the Cards, while Matt Loyd, Jaffer Kattan, David Wheatley, Lance and Schneekluth each added hits in the winning effort.
NEWS
May 5, 2002
again The Mud Hens staged another come-from-behind victory when they defeated the Corona del Mar Athletics, 9-8, in Newport Harbor Baseball Association Pony Division action. In the bottom of the seventh inning, with the score tied, 8-8, Nathan Cramer slammed a double to plate his Mud Hen teammate Brice Stillman for the winning run in a close play at home base. Stillman got aboard on a single. The Mud Hens had tied the game with two runs in the bottom of the sixth, when Nick Frazier pounded out a triple that brought in Andrew Skjonsby and Brendon Salisbury.
NEWS
April 18, 2002
The Newport Harbor Baseball Association's Mud Hens dug down deep to pull out two one-run margins of victory in Pony Division action last week. The Mud Hens used their team play to defeat the Corona del Mar Reds, 10-9, and the Mud Hens also scored a 4-3 decision over NHBA Yankees. Mud Hen pitcher Brendon Salisbury struck out seven and walked just one in four innings of work, and Nathan Cramer struck out five in three innings when the Muds rallied to beat the Reds.
NEWS
March 9, 2002
COSTA MESA - Brendan Salisbury struck out 10 batters and Nathan Cramer retired six, while giving up just one walk, to lead the Newport Harbor Baseball Association's Mud Hens to 12-3 win over Costa Mesa Phillies, in Pony baseball action. The two pitchers also gave up five hits combined. Offensively, the Mud Hens were led by Nick Frazier, who hit a two-run home run and singled, driving in three runs, and Will Klatte, who doubled and singled, scoring twice.
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