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Jul, 2019

Redondo Beach, California Defeats Navojoa, Mexico 6-0 to Claim the B11WS Title

In the championship game of the 2019 Bronco-11 World Series (B11WS), Redondo Beach, California defeated Navojoa, Mexico 6-0 to earn the title of world champion. Tanner Davison shutdown Navojoa’s batters, allowing zero earned runs and striking out six over 5.2 innings. 

Davison also won the Easton ERA Award, given to the pitcher with the lowest ERA with a minimum of four innings pitched. Over the course of the tournament, Davison compiled a 0.00 ERA in a total of 6.2 innings. 

The game was quiet until Redondo Beach scored the game’s first run in the top of the third. Jamison Brack doubled with one out, then advanced to third on a passed ball. Keijiro Hattori singled to left field, scoring Brack. 

Redondo Beach added another run in the top of the fourth, doubling its lead. Jacob Kim opened the inning with a double to center field. Two outs later, Eric Tani singled, scoring Kim.

Redondo Beach scored two more runs in the top of the fifth to increase its lead to 4-0 over Navojoa. Hattori started the inning with a single, and Travis Dulmage reached on an error that advanced Hattori to second. Redondo Beach executed a double steal to move both Hattori and Dulmage into scoring position. A series of passed balls and wild pitches allowed both Hattori and Dulmage to score. 

Redondo Beach scored the game’s final two runs in the top of the seventh. Evan Wieser singled to left field to open the inning. Hattori then reached on an error, moving Wieser to second. After a Dulmage bunted into a fielder’s choice that resulted in a force out at third base, Davison was hit by a pitch, loading the bases. Hattori then scored on a wild pitch, giving Redondo Beach its fifth run of the game. Jacob Kim hit into a fielder’s choice, scoring Dulmage and giving Redondo Beach its sixth and final run of the game. 

Regarding his team’s experience in the 2019 B11WS, Redondo Beach coach, Joel Weeks, stated: “The whole tournament was top-notch. All the teams were class acts. We enjoyed interacting with all the international and domestic players, parents, and coaches and have a high level of respect for them all.” Navojoa’s coach, Rafael Mendoza, also stated, “It was a great tournament and a joy to learn about and interact with other cultures.”

Redondo Beach finishes its 2019 B11WS run with a 4-0 record and as a world champion. Redondo Beach becomes the fourth California team to take home a B11WS title. Navojoa finishes its tournament run with a 3-1 record as the runner-up.


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