The Senators scored 43 runs in their three-game sweep of the Campesinos, a record number of runs scored without a home run hit.
Twice Mante Woods came up with the bases loaded in extra innings for the Campesinos this week. Twice he delivered walk-off wins.
There had only been one walk-off win this season in the Mavericks League — the Volcanoes last week against the Senators. With their two in Week 12, the Campesinos finished off a three-game sweep and are now only .5 game behind the Mavericks for first place.
The Mavericks League announced their All-Star selections with an 18-man roster from the Volcanoes, Mavericks, Senators and Campesinos.
Week 11 of the Mavericks League provided some firsts for the league and season. The first walk-off win of the season, the first player to record a home run and be credited with the win, season debuts from a few players, and it all ended with standings still looking crowded.
Chris Bessard may have only had two at-bats on Saturday, but he made the most of them.
Bessard was 2-for-2 with three RBIs in the Mavericks 6-4 win against the Campesinos, breaking the ‘Sinos five-game win streak.
The defending champion Campesinos are on the upswing, winning their fifth game in a row on Friday.
Thanks to three home runs, the ‘Sinos opened their week with a 9-5 win over the Mavericks.
Aldrick Jiminez pumps his fist as he comes off the mound after the top of the seventh inning against the Senators on Thursday, July 7. Angeddy Almanzar’s bat breaks on a ground out against the Mavericks on Thursday, July 7.