The Big Train won a fifth consecutive and ninth overall Cal Ripken League title Friday night at Frank Mann Field in Alexandria, Virginia.
Jake Eddington and Luke Baker combined for seven shutout innings as the Big Train moved just one win away from a fifth consecutive Cal Ripken League championship.
The Big Train advance to the League Championship Series in search of a fifth straight Ripken League title.
Nolan Schanuel and Darius Foster each homered and combined for seven RBIs as the Big Train are one win away from the Cal Ripken League Championship Series.
Kemp Alderman's walk-off grand slam completed a five-run seventh-inning rally in game two as the Big Train came back to split the doubleheader.
The Big Train offense broke out while the pitching staff allowed just a single unearned run in the victory.
Trevor Doyle collected three hits and two RBIs but the Big Train offense couldn't complete the comeback.
The Big Train secured their fourth consecutive and tenth overall Cal Ripken League regular season title.
Four Big Train alumni were selected in the 2021 MLB Draft and a fifth signed a pro contract as an undrafted free agent.
Kemp Alderman drove in three runs as Big Train picked up another home win.
Austin Gauthier and Grant Knipp led the offensive attack as the Big Train plated seven runs in the seventh inning to win Sunday's contest by the Cal Ripken League's run rule.
Matt Thomas led the way with seven RBIs in game one, and Matt Bedford's five hitless innings set the stage for a combined no-hitter in game two.
Grayson Hitt struck out nine as the Big Train took down the Giants in Gaithersburg for their 20th win of the season.
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