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Why they stayed put: The games this week are the last ones against Class 6A, District 8 opponents. The Tigers are in the district and would like to end the regular season undefeated in district play.


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Jesuit hits the ball all over the field. Bennett Lee is hitting. They needed a run in the bottom of the sixth to win that game. There are some good non-district games to end the season, including Mitchell, Venice and Jesuit.

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Why they moved up: The Raiders had to add a loss to their record when they forfeited the Saladino tournament final. But they picked up a win last week after Sickles had to forfeit 13 games for using an ineligible player. Parker Messick pitched a two-hit shutout last week in a win over Riverview. He struck out The pitching staff gives up fewer than two runs per game.

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Why they moved up: The Eagles have now won five straight after two wins last week. Jack Jasiak, a USF commit, has his average up to. Jiovel Lantigua has belted eight home runs, which ranks third in the state. His 31 RBIs are second in the state. Why they moved up: One of the wins Wharton picked up last week for a forfeit by Sickles.


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But still, the Wildcats have been very good all season. They have now won seven straight, including a win over Plant and shutout of Freedom last week. Why they moved down: Last week started with a loss to Riverview. Both games this week are against Class 7A, District 9 opponents.

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They are already the top seed in the district. Levi Montero is hitting a gaudy. Yazael Nunez has a 0. They got two Class 7A, District 8 wins last week to sew up the top seed in the district tournament.

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Sophomore Damien Breton leads the offense with a. Seniors Christian Suarez and Franklyn Hernandez eat up most of the innings on the mound. Why they stayed put: The Vikings were cruising along until they played Calvary Christian on Thursday. Yet many of their early tactics have been widely imitated, like aggressive shifting on defense and the use of multiple-position players, or legislated out of the game, like the stockpiling of draft picks, which helped them land a future Cy Young Award winner, Blake Snell, in The Rays have strengthened their international scouting efforts in recent years and continued to choose boldly in the draft.

In they drafted infielder Brandon Lowe, the A. With their only top pick in this decade — fourth over all in — they chose a two-way player, a position player who can pitch, in Brendan McKay , one of three they are now developing, with Tanner Dodson and Jake Cronenworth. You might be right. The Rays emphasize innovation and collaboration, challenging long-held ideas about how teams should pitch, hit and practice. That aim is embodied by a uniformed analytics coach, Jonathan Erlichman, who holds a mathematics degree from Princeton, where he played club hockey. Not everything has worked.

In , the Rays tried to cultivate knuckleballers, without much luck. Their slugger-heavy offense of produced the sixth-most homers in baseball, but also the sixth-fewest runs and second-most strikeouts. The Rays emphasize power now, but in a different way: Through Monday, their hitters had the highest exit velocity in the majors, at Hard-contact rates enticed them to trade for Pham from St. Louis last July, and to land Yandy Diaz in an off-season deal with Cleveland. Pham was hitting.

The Rays also upended long-established pitching roles with their use of the opener. But on other days, they often use a reliever to start the game, and piece together the rest. The Rays — who induce more swinging strikes than any other staff — allowed just five hits in a victory. My whole family is from Massachusetts, and I knew they would be so excited to see me working at Fenway Park, and when I went to text them the picture I noticed the baseball by my head!

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I laughed pretty hard when I saw such a surreal picture that I had no idea I took. I thought, you have got to be kidding me, maybe there ARE really angels in the outfield. I actually brought the movie with me on the trip and had it in my bag at the game.