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Reds Blast Cobras 17-1 in Elmo Plaskett Big League Baseball Action

March 4, 2009 — The Reds blasted the Cobras 17-1 Tuesday night in Elmo Plaskett Big League Baseball action at the D.C. Canegata Baseball field to earn their second win of the young season.
This game was over early as the Reds, after scoring four runs in the top of the first inning, exploded for 12 more runs in the top of the second to take a commanding 16-0 lead after two completed innings. Javier Perez came on in relief for the Cobras and he was able to cool off the Reds' hot bats as he surrendered just one run over the final three innings while striking out six along the way. Kai Ritter picked up the win on the hill for the Reds, scattering six hits while allowing just one run. He also struck out seven Cobras. It was the Reds with 17 runs on seven hits and one error, while the Cobras plated one run on six hits while committing six errors. Top hitters for the Reds were Ovidio Aquino, 2 for 3 with two RBIs, and James Sneed, 2 for 3 with two RBIs. For the Cobras, Leonardo Cruz went 2 for 2 and Christino Gonzalez went 2 for 3.
Action continues in the Elmo Plaskett Big League Baseball league on Friday, when the Reds will take on the Diamonds at 6 p.m. at the D.C. Canegata baseball field.
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