DORS World Series in Full Swing
NORTHRIDGE, Calif. -
With fall practice getting into high gear, the inaugural DORS World Series has been off and running at Matador Field over the weekend. Through three games, Team DCBA leads Team AOEP 2-1 and has picked up more innings overall by a slim 12-10 margin.
Game 3 Recap:
Game 3 started with a pitcher's duel through the first 5 innings. Kenny Rosenberg and Ray Lambert each did a great job of executing pitches and limiting the hitter's to very few 90 foot chunks. Team DCBA took advantage after Lambert was taken out, winning the 6th inning by putting up 4 runs and carrying the momentum through the rest of the game. Team AOEP tried to make some things happen in the final three innings but came up short in the end. In the continuous game of executed innings, Team DCBA now leads 12-10. Game 4 is set for Monday.
Game 2 Recap:
Team AOEP came out ready to play in Game 2, jumping on the 90 foot chunks early. Team DCBA did answer back to make the score of the game close by putting up a couple runs in the 9th, but in the end Team AOEP won more innings. This was a close battle throughout the game, as each team continued to compete to win each inning. As Game 2 concluded, Team AOEP had won more innings overall than Team DCBA.
Game 1 Recap:
Game 1 of the DORS World Series was a close one with a final score of 4-3. Team DCBA jumped out ahead early in the game and maintained the lead to earn the victory. Great hustle and intensity could be seen with both Team AOEP and Team DCBA. Team AOEP clawed their way back into the game to tie it up in the 7th inning, but Team DCBA was more determined to win. DCBA put together several runs in the 9th inning with clutch hitting and aggressive base running. In the end, it was just too much for Team AOEP.
The first pitch for Game 2 of the DORS World Series will be at 2:30 p.m. at Matador Field on Friday, November 8th. Game 3 is set for 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, November 9th. Follow @CSUNBaseball on Twitter for more information throughout the DORS World Series.