Local Baseball Tonight Results/Finals with Big Night for Greensboro/SEG kids:Tobias, Bartley, Guy showing us why there’s talk/Hoppers fall in 7, rain falls in WVA

Posted by Andy Durham on June 29, 2015 at 10:03 pm under Amateur, College, High School, Professional | Read the First Comment

*****Josh Tobias(Southeast Guilford HS) hit a Home Run on the first pitch he saw in professional ball, in his first-ever at-bat for the Philadelphia Phillies’ New York-Penn League team, the Williamsport Crosscutters..*****
Finals:
Southeast Guilford Junior Legion 12, East Forsyth Cubs 0
WP:Jalen Guy….2 HR’s for SEG’s Devin Bartley

+++++hR Tobias(SEG) with HR in first at-bat on the first pitch he saw as a pro….So far in Tobias’ first game, 2-4/2 RBI/HR/2 Runs+++++DH’img….2-4 with Double and HR…Williamsport wins 5-2 and begins the season with a perfect (10-0) recoord….Tobias named the Drosscutters’ Player of the Game….
from the Crosscutter Twitter site:Cutters Baseball @crosscutters
Josh Tobias crushes the first pitch he sees over the right field wall to give the Cutters a 1-0 lead in the 2nd inning. #GoCutters…..

American Legion Baseball:
Kernersville 14, Greensboro Post 386 Cone Mills 10 (10 Innings)….Game played earlier…

South Atlantic/SALLY Leauge
West Virginia Power 3, Greensboro Grasshoppers 2 (7 Innings completed early due to rain)

American Legion
Post 81 Eastern Randolph 7, Post 115 Kannapolis 6
High Point Post 87 HiToms 3, Post 45 Randolph County 1….Post 87 (19-3/11-2) and have secured bye in Round One of playoffs…

from the Williamsport Crosscutters web site:

Niles, OH – The Williamsport Crosscutters continued their historic start to the 2015 season on Monday night in Mahoning Valley while waiting out Mother Nature. The Cutters won their tenth consecutive game to start the 2015 season with a 5-2 win against the Scrappers. The Crosscutters tie a franchise record for the second longest winning streak in franchise history.

Josh Tobias hit his first career home run in the second inning on what would be the first pitch that he would see. Tobias followed that up with an RBI double in the fifth inning to give the Cutters a 2-0 lead. Mitch Gueller picked up his second win in his second start of the season for Williamsport. The Crosscutters would get six innings out of Gueller before making a call to the bullpen. Gueller allowed five hits while surrendering two earned runs and striking out five batters.


  • Wyatt Smith said,

    Josh said in the interview the other day he loves that first pitch!