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Marlins

2018 Spring Baseball | Federal Way National Little League

Roster

# Name Position
14 Tonatiuh Alvarado P,C,1B,3B
8 Giovanni Bonilla 2B, OF, P
9 Cooper Fernstrom 2B, OF
5 Michael Lewis 2B, OF
10 Colby Miller OF
3 Joshua Morales P,C,1B,SS,OF
12 Aiden Reeves 1B, OF
1 Adrian Rodriguez P,C,2B,OF
11 Victor Santos P,OF
4 Vincent Schliewe 2B,OF
2 Jeht Sibucao P,C,1B,SS,3B
13 Anthony Solorio 1B, 3B, P, OF

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Baseball related thoughts
Baseball related thoughts
Baseball related thoughts
Got to get those practices in! Don't mind this too much. I rather have parents involved as long as they don't make the young player too nervous This is how you develop their baseball IQ. Marlins will always swing for the fences! It's not easy to coach your own kid. Not on them either. BUT when it works, it's amazing and fosters a pretty incredible bond, not just between parent and child, but between the coach and other kids. Nothing worth doing is ever easy and coaching is another great example of that!

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Welcome to use this coupon on both Saturday the 24th and Sunday the 25th

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FWNLL STACKS BURGERS DAY
FWNLL STACKS BURGERS DAY
FWNLL STACKS BURGERS DAY

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About the Team

The AAA Marlins is a team from Federal Way National LL focused on Baseball IQ, Skill Development, and FUN. We encourage good citizenship, promote sportsmanship, build the self-esteem of our players and teach our players the fundamentals of baseball by providing a supervised program of competitive baseball games under the rules and policies established by Washington State Little league.

Coaches & Staff

NamePosition
Reuben Morales Assistant Coach
RUDEL SIBUCAO Assistant Coach
Miguel Rodriguez Head Coach

Game Highlights

Close Contest between Marlins And Dodgers Ends In A Tie

 

Marlins and Dodgers played to an exciting 10-10 tie on Thursday night at FWNLL Complex #1. The game was a sellout with every seat on the bleachers occupied plus the extra few lawn chairs spotted around the field. The Dodgers got on the board in the first inning when Marlins starter Victor Santos got immediately in trouble. Leadoff hitter Nathan Gilmore launched a double to left center and shortly thereafter advanced to 3rd and score on back-to-back pass-balls. Maya Bedell drew a walk; Trendon Guymon got a base hit and after a couple of stolen bases and two more pass-balls, the score was 3-0 with no outs. By the time Victor S settled down, the damage was done and Marlins were in a hole 5-0. The Marlins fought hard getting back all 5 runs in the bottom of the first, thanks to Tonatiuh Alvarado who on the night went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead Marlins in hits. Meantime the Marlins continue to tear up the base paths, as three players stole at least two bases, once again lead by Adrian Rodriguez with three.

 

After exchanging multiple runs in the next two inning, both pitching staffs kept each other at bay, allowing just 1 run each. The highlight of the game came on the 3rd inning when the Marlins pulled off rare 4-3-6 double play. Starting just his second game of the 2018 season, Marlins Adrian Rodriguez was presented a tough decision, one where he had to make a quick call: tag the runner, or throw to first in hopes of a force-out, then tag-out double play. With Dodgers Spencer Juvet on first base, Tyler Romeo smacked a sharp groundball to Adrian at second. He ran towards Spencer to attempt the tag, but Spencer stepped backwards. So, Adrian threw to first to get the force-out, then watched Tonatiuh fire it back to second base where Joshua Morales made the tag on Spencer. It was an unusual double play, but it worked and it killed a Dodgers rally.

 

By the time the 5th inning arrived, the game time limit was running out and the game was tie 10-10. The Marlins deployed their closer Jeht Sibucao and with only 12 pitches, he proceeded to easily dispatch the Dodgers, with a clean 3 up and 3 down. It was then up to the Dodgers closer, Porter Garrido to return the favor. The Marlins applied the pressure right away with Tonatiuh A. connecting on a base hit and Anthony S. receiving a free pass. They both advance to 3rd and 2nd with stolen bases. Now with the winning run on 3rd and only one out, Porter G. struck out 2 Marlins to get out of the jam and preserve the tie.  

 

For the Dodgers Traysen Guymon was selected the Menchie’s player of the game. His defense on the field was superb and he collected 1 hit, 2 walks, 1 stolen base and scored 1 run. For the Marlins Anthony Solorio had the big night on the mound and pretty much kept the Dodgers bats under control for 2 2/3 innings. In addition, he collected 3 walks, 2 stolen bases and 2 runs scored. For his performance, he was selected as the Marlins Menchie’s player of the game.