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  1. Texas has 4 players playing for the Santa Barbara Foresters; Tournament MVP Bret Boswell continued his torrid hitting by knocking in the Foresters first two runs with a second-inning double, and Hunter Williams and Tyler Adkison provided home run power. Esquivel wound up allowing only four hits and a run in 6.2 innings, basically matching the previous playoff starts by Kyle Johnston and Connor Mayes. Together, that trio made up the entire CCL all-tournament pitching staff. In all, seven Foresters earned all-tournament mentions (see box). http://sbforesters.org/2016/07/31/foresters-win-ccl-title/ http://sbforesters.org/roster/2016-foresters-roster/ RHP Chance Callihan from Dripping Springs is playing for the Victoria Generals; The Victoria Generals pitcher Chance Callihan was masterful on the mound at the Texas Marshals as he tosses just the fourth no-hitter in Victoria Generals team history with a 4-0 win. Callihan would have outstanding command of his pitches allowing only two base runners via walks in the third and sixth innings. Right out of the gate, Callihan was on, tossing just 10 pitches in the first inning and recorded two strikeouts. Callihan followed up the second inning with another 10 pitch inning recording another pair of strikeouts. Callihan continued to deal with throughout the game, but would not work with a lead until the bottom of the seventh as the Generals would put up four runs in the top of the inning to give Callihan a cushion to work with.

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