Tag Archives: Angel Acosta
By Corey Kwok (San Gabriel) – Gabrielino reclaimed the MVL crown by shutting out defending champion Arroyo 8-0 at home Tuesday behind two RBIs apiece from Johnny Moreno and Lorenzo Mena along with a complete game one hit shutout by Angel Acosta (his sixth of this season).
I first time I saw Corey Copping pitch was at Temple City American Little League for the Angels at Live Oak Park six years ago. I’ve seen him numerous times over the past few years throwing for the Rams at Temple City High School. I saw him grow up. So for me it was special […]
Erik Trask throws a near perfecto and Arcadia is still perfect in the Pacific. Bonita and Mayfair are looking to run the table in their leagues as well. Alhambra has found its groove in the Almont while Monrovia is still in a fight in the Rio Hondo. The Del Rio and Montview are still up […]
By Corey Kwok Wednesday 4/25 Mission Valley League Gabrielino 6, Rosemead 0 Recently crowned ESPN Cal-Hi Sports athlete of the week Angel Acosta dealt his fourth complete game shutout and double-digit strikeout game in a row (fifth of this season in both categories) for Gabrielino in a 6-0 win over Rosemead in MVL action. Acosta […]
(El Monte) – Francisco Gonzalez had four hits and four runs batted in to lead Gabrielino to a 7-0 shutout over Arroyo Friday. The Eagles remain in control in the Mission Valley League with and 8-1 record. They are 10-7 overall.
By Corey Kwok (San Gabriel) – Angel Acosta delivered a dominant complete game no hitter and received plenty of run support as Gabrielino small-balled its way to a seven run third inning before settling for an 8-0 shutout over South El Monte in a key MVL contest Wednesday.
(San Gabriel) – Angel Acosta fired a no hitter and Gabrielino got the only run it needed in the fourth inning to beat Arroyo 1-0 Wednesday in Mission Valley League action.
Kick it! Gabrielino opens its 2012 season this Saturday at South Pasadena and brings with it Angel Acosta and his 324 career strike outs. Personally I could listen to Tamar Hill talk all night…and would never feel like she was showing me up.
These are our picks for the all old school team. That is, the original 12 teams that we covered when we first started out. We went with 12 players and a coach. Yes we could have gone with a DH, but the pitching was so dominant in the area that it was hard to not […]
Gabrielino 6 El Monte 1 The Eagles scored five in the fourth to break a 1-1 tie. Johnny Moreno had three hits and two RBIs and Angel Acosta struck out 12 in the complete game victory.