Congrats to the Dallas Tigers 9U Benson team for finishing out the 2015 season as Travel Sports World Series 9U Open Major Champions! The boys battled all week going 3-1 in pool and 4-0 in the double elimination bracket beating 15 other top teams in the area to win the crown! Tigers Benson pitching dominated some of the states top teams with 4 complete game performances in the bracket to a combined score of 34 – 9! Great job Tigers!!!
Dallas Tigers 12U Polk took home the Championship this past weekend in Burleson. The Tigers went 5-0, with Alan Benhardt putting the final stamp on a great weekend. Benhardt threw a great game, going the distance in the Championship game against the Texas Naturals.
Jackson Berry also had a great weekend on the mound. Berry only gave up 1 hit and no runs in 6 innings of work in the tournament.
Great team effort boys!
The 13U Dallas Tigers coached by Kyle Woods ran through stiff competition during bracket play in Travel Sports Baseball World Series Roundup. In the semi-final game against Frozen Ropes, Dylan Deleon pitched a stellar game getting 8 strikeouts and only giving up 2 earned runs on 6 hits.
The championship game against D-Bat Elite North was highlighted by Gabriel Vazquez 3 innings of work on the mound only allowing 1 run on 1 hit. Also, Ryan Patterson’s game tying homerun in the 5th inning was huge. The big hit in the 7th came off the bat of Cole Foster with a double to score 2 runs to stretch the lead.
The team went 5-0 on the weekend. Nice work boys!
The 11u Dallas Tigers Jordan went 3-0 in bracket play on Sunday to win their division in the Travel Sports Texas Oklahoma Super State Championship. The Tigers prevailed 1-0 in a very well played Championship Game over the Dallas Patriots. Congratulations to coaches Chad Jordan, Jody Holder and the entire 11u roster for their team success and continued development during the Spring 2015 season.
The 10U Dallas Tigers continued playing great baseball in June. In the 5 day Travel Sports World Series with 37 10U teams from around the country and one international team the Tigers emerged #1. The team only allowed 9 runs in 8 games. Even with the outstanding pitching performances all week, the team also scored 48 runs in pool play and 40 runs in bracket play for a total of 88 runs scored in 8 games. The team went 8-0 and knocked out the Dallas Patriots and Dallas Texans in bracket play.
Also, as part of the Travel Sports World Series tradition, the championship team gets to dig up and take homeplate as a gift from the tournament. Check out the team autographed home plate photo below.
Thank you to Travel Sports Baseball and Don Myers for a great tournament.
The 13U Dallas Tigers had a good opening weekend to the season while playing in the Brian Crawford Memorial Baseball Tournament hosted by Travel Sports Baseball. The Tigers offense came out firing in bracket play Sunday and won 9-2 against ESA Rivals. Pitching was outstanding from Reuben and Woodson. Game two was a great battle that went into extra innings against the Arlington Sting, but the Tigers came out on top 8-5. In the championship game, 4 Tiger pitchers combined for a no-hitter (Woodson, Balsano, Dixon, and Troxler). Offense was impressive with a 7-1 win over the Southlake Dragons.
“This weekend was a good start for our team. We saw some very good arms in pool and bracket play, and our hitters put together a lot of quality at-bats up and down the line-up. Also, every pitcher we ran out on the mound competed, hit spots, and had command of 2 pitches,” commented Coach Tommy Hernandez.
Nice baseball tournament boys!