A first place finish for a Mexico boys age eleven and under baseball team at the Show-Me State games in Columbia over the weekend.
The Brick City Boys had never played together before the weekend and had only been practicing for a few weeks.
They defeated the Dixon Bulldogs in the championship game yesterday (Sunday) 12-7.
Pictured on the first row: Matthew Pfeifer, Charlie Fisher, Brayden Arnold, Drew DeMint, Kaden Benne, Chance McCarty
Evan Wilson, Cooper Manns, Davian Crandall, Reggie Thompson, Kinser Groves, Brady Maxwell
Back row Coaches:
Mitch DeMint, Mike Pfeifer, Billy Wilson and Derek Maxwell
Max Jeeps in Mexico sponsored the team.
The St. Louis Cardinals with a 6-2 loss to the Houston Astros yesterday (Sunday).
It was the 1st series loss for the Cardinals since the All Star break and the first time the Redbirds have dropped back to back games since the All Star Break.
St. Louis has the day off today (Monday).
They will start a series with Chicago Cubs tomorrow (Tuesday).
Both team are tied for first in the National League Central.
The Kansas City Royals with a 9-6 win over the Cleveland Indians.
It was sparked by a 5 run fifth inning. With the win Kansas City avoided a three game losing streak.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is breaking his silence about an incident where a criminal investigation took place over audio about his three year old son back in June.
An audio tape that surfaced where he discussed injuries suffered by his son.
On the tape Hill told his fiancee that she should be terrified of him.
The NFL announced that it would not be suspending the wideout as they could not conclude that he violated the league’s personal conduct policy.
During a press conference yesterday (Sunday) Hill thanked the Chiefs front office and coaches and his teammates for supporting him and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL for getting all the facts.