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Royal Oak Drops Exhibition to Aces, 10-4

With a very important series beginning tomorrow against the Lima Locos, Royal Oak’s pitching staff struggled for much of their exhibition game against the Detroit Aces. A large portion of their struggles came against two batters on the Aces in particular, Brady Carpenter and Terrance Binion, who had four singles apiece on the day. The...

Leps Draw Exhibition With Tribe, 3-3

Royal Oak is looking for some momentum, coming off of four straight losses in GLSCL play. They were granted an opportunity to get some momentum back with a non-league game against the Midland Tribe, one of the top teams in their own league, being 6-2 this year so far and coming off a 31-11 campaign...

Freebies Plague Redbirds as Leprechauns Win, 7-3

Fans at The Lucky Corner went home happy for the second straight day, as the Leprechauns entered the win column again, with a 7-3 over the Southfield Redbirds. Today’s performance was not quite as dominant as yesterday’s 11-0 victory, but it was still very clear the Leprechauns were the better baseball team on the field...

Leprechauns Dominate Redbirds, 11-0

A packed Lucky Corner was treated to a decisive 11-0 Leprechauns victory over the Southfield Redbirds, fueled by a red-hot start on offense and dominant pitching. The Leprechauns offense started off hot, putting up five runs on three hits, partially aided by Redbirds starter Davion Jackson, who surrendered five walks and was only able to...