McGinty scores game-winner

Published 12:00 am Saturday, April 16, 2005

Jeremy McGinty scored the game-winning run during a three-run fourth inning to give the Red Sox a 5-4 victory over Rangers during Dixie Youth action on Tuesday.

McGinty belted a two-run double in the fourth as one of the Red Sox' four hits on the day. Todd Burkett came away with a solo home run in the third, while Jackson Mimms and Andrew Burleson finished with a hit each.

Eli Blackmon, Dalton Burns, Charlie Schofield and Hunter Hamm scattered a hit each for the Rangers.

Braves 8, Mets 0

Ryan Smith tossed a one-hit shutout and helped his own cause with a two-run triple during the Braves' five-run sixth inning.

Daryl Starks led the Braves at the plate with two hits, including a double.

The Mets lone hit came on a two-out single by Bo Smith during the final frame.

Cardinals 2, A's 1

Austin Crook ripped a single with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning to score Jonathan Scott as the game-winning run for the Cardinals.

Trailing 1-0 in the sixth, Hunter Armstrong led the rally with a two-out triple. Armstrong later scored on a RBI single by Scott.

The A's lone hit and run of the day came from Kevin Taylor, who scored after ripping a triple in the second inning.

April 8

Red Sox 8, A's 0

Stephen Till threw a two-hit shutout to pace the Red Sox past the A's.

Till helped his own cause at the plate going 2-for-4 with a run scored. Burkett led the Red Sox at the plate with three hits. Mimms had two hits, including a three-run home run.

Wesley Hendricks and Josh Ray finished with a hit each for the A's.

Mets 12, Rangers 2

The Mets broke a 1-all tie in the top of the sixth inning by plating 11 runs to turn a tight ballgame into a blowout.

Jay Johnson paced the Mets with three hits, a double and three runs scored. Skylar McKewon had two doubles and two runs scores, while Brian Smith finished with two hits.

Blackmon and Burns tallied two hits each for the Rangers.

Cardinals 8, Braves 4

The Cardinals broke a 4-all tie in the top of the seventh inning to double up the Braves.

Stuart Matthews and Crook led the Cardinals with two hits each.

Starks paced the Braves with two hits, including a two-run home run.