Game 11
 

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    This game took place at the same time as Samantha's game, so I split my focus between her game on one field and Drew's game on an adjacent field. The good news for Drew and his teammates is that they staged a furious comeback late in the game. Depending on who you listen to, there is bad news as well... Drew's coach officially called this game a loss, as the Holly Lanes team scored a run as the third out (a force-out) was being made at third base. As far as I can tell from all of the research I did, because the out was indeed a force-out, then the run doesn't count. Because of this, I am counting this game as a tie. I think there was two reasons the coach called it a tie: 1 - the other team was winless going into this game, and the loss didn't hurt the RBC team in the standings, and 2 - he was slightly disappointed with the boys focus level tonight.

    On a personal level, Drew had a rough night at the plate tonight, going 0-4 with 4 strikeouts. He seems to be swinging under every pitch that comes his way (much like his brother used to do), but I am not sure where this came from. He had done so well this far into the season! Let's just hope it doesn't continue!

Game 11 - at Holly Lanes

Drew swinging for the fences in his first at-bat of the game.

Drew playing third base.

Another big swing for Drew.

Another swing and miss for Drew.

Drew playing in the outfield later in the game.

Drew playing first base.

Drew ready for another pitch.

Another big swing for Drew resulted in another miss.

One more shot of Drew taking his low swing that seems to be plaguing him lately.


 

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