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Injectables Tranquilize Shockers, 12-0

June 27, 2008 — The Juan Luis Hospital Injectables’ win streak is now at three in a row after an easy 12-0 drubbing of the WAPA Shockers Thursday night in the Governmental coed softball league at the Renholt Jackson Sport Complex in Estate Whim.
The Shockers, supposedly one of the league’s elite teams, did not put up much of a fight against the surging health care team. Injectables ace Myron Johannes scattered five hits over five innings in the 10-run mercy-ruled contest to pick up the victory. Otilio Hinon got the loss for the Shockers.
While the Shockers were shocking no one with their bats, the Injectables had no problems scoring as they pounded out 12 hits to account for their 12 runs.
Starting in the bottom of the first with three runs on an RBI triple by Dennis Brow and RBI singles by Raymond Cintron and Rashawn Foster, the Injectables scored in every inning.
The game was put on ice in the second inning when they exploded for six runs to take a 9-0 lead. They plated six runs on a two-run double by Brow, and RBI singles by Cintron, Foster, and Latoya Chelcher, and an error on the Shockers right fielder.
The Injectables would add two more runs in the bottom of the third on a two-run double by Johannes and one in the fourth on an error by the Shockers left fielder to set the final margin of victory at 12-0.
Leading the Injectables huge offensive night was Brow who was 2 for 3 with three RBIs, Cintron was 2 for 3 with two RBIs, foster 1 for 2 with two RBIs, and Chelcher was 2 for 2 with one RBI. For the Shockers, Julio Navarro was 2 for 2.
In the early game, the star-studded Wyatt Heat squad continued their unbeaten streak as they blasted the second-place Department of Corrections Enforcements, 20-0.
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June 27, 2008 -- The Juan Luis Hospital Injectables’ win streak is now at three in a row after an easy 12-0 drubbing of the WAPA Shockers Thursday night in the Governmental coed softball league at the Renholt Jackson Sport Complex in Estate Whim.
The Shockers, supposedly one of the league’s elite teams, did not put up much of a fight against the surging health care team. Injectables ace Myron Johannes scattered five hits over five innings in the 10-run mercy-ruled contest to pick up the victory. Otilio Hinon got the loss for the Shockers.
While the Shockers were shocking no one with their bats, the Injectables had no problems scoring as they pounded out 12 hits to account for their 12 runs.
Starting in the bottom of the first with three runs on an RBI triple by Dennis Brow and RBI singles by Raymond Cintron and Rashawn Foster, the Injectables scored in every inning.
The game was put on ice in the second inning when they exploded for six runs to take a 9-0 lead. They plated six runs on a two-run double by Brow, and RBI singles by Cintron, Foster, and Latoya Chelcher, and an error on the Shockers right fielder.
The Injectables would add two more runs in the bottom of the third on a two-run double by Johannes and one in the fourth on an error by the Shockers left fielder to set the final margin of victory at 12-0.
Leading the Injectables huge offensive night was Brow who was 2 for 3 with three RBIs, Cintron was 2 for 3 with two RBIs, foster 1 for 2 with two RBIs, and Chelcher was 2 for 2 with one RBI. For the Shockers, Julio Navarro was 2 for 2.
In the early game, the star-studded Wyatt Heat squad continued their unbeaten streak as they blasted the second-place Department of Corrections Enforcements, 20-0.
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