AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL: Pleasureville pitchers dominating opposition this season
- Pleasureville improved to 6-0 on Tuesday with a 6-0 win over South Western.
- Pleasureville has outscored its York-Adams American Legion baseball opposition, 29-1.
- Michael Livingston pitched a four-hit shutout on Tuesday with six strikeouts.
The Pleasureville pitching staff is enjoying staggering success in the York-Adams American Legion baseball league this spring.
Pleasureville scored three seventh-inning runs to beat South Western on Tuesday evening in Hanover, 3-0.
Pleasureville leads the league at 6-0. Even more impressive, the team has only allowed one run over those six wins, outscoring the opposition, 29-1.
On Tuesday, Michael Livingston got the win on the mound, pitching a four-hit shutout with six strikeouts, while walking one, needing just 80 pitches.
Ben Reed had two hits and an RBI for the winners, while Sandy Paulino added two hits and a run scored.
Hanover 5, Shiloh 2:At Hanover, Hunter Martz, Nick Dooley and Isaac Silver each had two hits and one RBI to lead the home team. For Shiloh, Colton Kubicki had two hits, including a triple.