Congratulations to Youse's Orioles who once again won the AAABA National Championship. Johnstown led briefly in the opening game, but the Orioles rallied with two,
four-run innings to win the first game 12-5 and then steamrolled to a 13-3 mercy-rule victory in the second contest.
National Champions:Baltimore Tournament MVP:Ryan Ripken (Baltimore) Tournament RBI Champ: Ryan Ripken (Baltimore) Batting Champion:
Joe Ferguson (Zanesville) Sportsmanship Award:Brooklyn
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Delweld advances to championship
Staniscia walks to score winning run in extra innings
11 August 2013
Johnstown Delweld advanced to their third championship game and sixth for the
city of Johnstown with a thrilling 7-6 come-from-behind victory over the Chardon
Blizzard Saturday night at Point Stadium.
Remember to visit our online photo galleries to see photos from selected games this week, including opening night ceremonies with the Johnstown Corvette Club and
Ambassadors. There are plenty of great actions shots, as well, that capture some of the most thrilling moments from this year's tournament.
Tuesday saw the first elimination games in this year's tournament, and
Youngstown, Chicago-South Shore, Altoona, and Maryland State found themselves
heading home. Many scores featured more lopsided victories but a few games
proved to be very entertaining.
It was a beautiful day in Johnstown for the opening games of the 69th
annual AAABA tournament. The first seven games were played from Somerset in
the south to Lilly in north, but most sites saw one-sided games.
Altoona to play defending champs from New Brunswick
04 August 2013
The brackets for the 69th Annual All American Amateur Baseball
Association national tournament have been drawn. View this article for the
full schedule and some brief preview statistics on the upcoming matches.
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