The White Sox won the best-of-three series over the Diamondbacks to win the Watertown Majors League Championship.
The first game was very close because of great pitching from the White Sox’s Robbie Iannetta and Mason Lombard and the Diamondback’s Zane Davis and Daniel Tattrie, said White Sox Manager Rob Iannetta.
It took two extra innings to decide this one but with 2 out and men on first and second in the 8th inning Caden Salzman came through with the walk-off base hit scoring Cam Reed to win the game for the White Sox 3-2.
In game 2 the White Sox bats came alive as James Grady, Cam Reed and Mason Lombard combined for 7 hits and 5 runs, Iannetta said. The White Sox played great defense all year and this game was no exception, behind Riley Donlan’s 2 hit shutout and solid plays by Jack Kelley, Antonio Puleo, Owen Newlon, Mike Nilan, Jack Brennan and Lucas Pizzutto the White Sox won 11-0.