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July 31, 2006


Joe Baylock

The Burlingame Stars came back from a 6-0 deficit to win their second game today by a score of 7-6 against North Carolina.

This morning's win was a complete-game victory pitched by Ryan Smith and this afternoon Dean Aliamus also pitched a complete game.

Joe Baylock

On Tuesday the boys from Burlingame beat Brookfield, WI 10-4 and dropped a game to Huntsville, AL. They have a bye this morning so they finish the regular games at 3-3 for a 41st place finish out of 96 teams. Bravo.

The Tampa team that beat them in the first game finished 1st out of 96 teams so they have seen some tough competition. Good luck in the playoffs.

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