The Reds came back from a tough walk off loss to take one of their own as TJ Beck continued his hot start to the season by driving in the winning run in a 4-3 Reds win over the A’s. After the Reds took a 3-0 lead, Dari Liuzzi pitched four hitless innings to give the A’s a chance to tie the score at 3-3. But Buddy Nebb opened the 7th with a line single to left center. Tyler Beck laid down a perfect bunt, and the winning run was on 2nd for brother TJ who sent Nebb home with the game winner to center. Liam Bruchler and Angelo Moresco had two hits for the A’s. Tyler Beck, Hayden Devol and Skye Lake had the other RBIs for the Reds. Lake contributed four innings of two hit, four strike-outs pitching.
The A’s handed the Marlins their first defeat 13-2 on the strength of contributions all through the line up. The A’s were led by three hits from Jason Gillem, a triple from Dakari McFarland, and doubles from Jacob Rabb, Tyler Keehn, Nico Procopio, and Dylan Fish. Dom Moresco went the five innings ,yielding no earned runs.
The Marlins used two four run innings to beat the Reds 13-6. Zade Hubbs, Vinnie Ciolino, and Chase Krause had two hits to lead the Marlins attack. Three hits from Jack Osberg, and two from TJ Beck, and Wali Moshref were not enough for the Reds.
The Reds rallied from an early 3-0 deficit to get a 13-6 comeback win over the A’s. Hot hitting TJ Beck had four hits, Hayden Devol had three, and Wali Moshref and Tyler Beck contributed two hits to the Reds offense. TJ Beck started a rally in the fourth with a triple to left. Walks loaded the bases and Skye Lake and Wali Moshref delivered two run singles that gave the Reds the lead. Skye Lake gave up just two earned runs over five innings with four strikeouts. Tyler Beck stayed hot with a three RBI day. Jacob Rabb continued to hit well against the Reds with three hits and four runs scored and Tyler Keehn had two hits for the A’s.