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    [sixcol_five_last] By Regina Shiroma Head Coach of the GW Geckos, Mike Jesus, tells his boys to“…Play every team, don’t take them...

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    [sixcol_five_last] By Gus Untalan Led by Darren “Clutch” Meno’s three-for-three at bat, the Simon Sanchez Sharks proved why they are the...

  • LATTE BASEBALL ROUNDUP

    MTM Falcons down Agat Reds 14-1 Leo Palace Baseball League action kicked off Saturday with the Amateur Division MTM Falcons (2-3)...

  • FORMER BIG LEAGUER ON GUAM

    [sixcol_five_last] By Patrick Lujan He’s reached the pinnacle of a professional baseball player and the valley of life. Former major leaguer...

  • FRIARS EARN BASEBALL WIN

    [sixcol_five_last] By Regina Shiroma In IIAAG high school baseball, the Father Duenas Friars took home a 12-2 victory over the GW...

  • DOLPHINS DOMINATE ISLANDERS

    [sixcol_five_last] By Gus Untalan The Southern High Dolphins put on a clinic at bat in high school baseball to blow out...

  • DOLPHINS OUTWALK GECKOS

    [sixcol_five_last] By Regina Shiroma The Southern High Dolphins walked their way to a 5-1 win over the GW Geckos Monday afternoon...

  • PHILLIES, ANGELS WITH BIG SHUTOUTS

    Yigolos hold on for 2-1 win over Rebels, stay unbeaten 7-0 Leo Palace Baseball League Saturday action featured AAA matchup with...

  • YONA HAWKS TOP DE LA SALLE

    [sixcol_five_last] By Gus Untalan After trailing most of the game, the Yona Red Hawks bounced back in the final inning of...

  • GECKOS TAKE NAIL-BITING WIN

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  • TROJANS STUN GREEN ARCHERS

    [sixcol_five_last] By Gus Untalan In a back and forth battle at the plate, the Trojans defeated the de La Salle Green...

  • YIGOLOS IMPROVE TO 6-0

    All recaps courtesy of Amateur Baseball Guam Redhawks soar above Falcons Weekend Leo Palace Baseball League action kicked off Saturday 12pm...

  • SAKUDEE EDGES HAGGAN

    PRESS RELEASE – Wednesday night at Leo Palace Resort matched up Sakudee (2-1) vs Haggan (0-3) in Leo Palace Baseball League...

  • FERNANDO DIAZ LAID TO REST

    [sixcol_five_last] By Patrick Lujan Guam bid farewell to one of its finest baseball players to ever play the game. The name...

  • AMIGOS WIN 4TH STRAIGHT BEHIND CAMPOS

    [sixcol_five_last] PRESS RELEASE- Winning Pitcher- Paul Campos   Save- none     Losing Pitcher- Glenn Palomo Defending Spring League Champions Chalan Pago...

  • RANGERS, RAYS, YIGOLOS PICK UP WINS

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