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Amsterdam Pirates takes over first place
HAARLEM / HOOFDDORP / AMSTERDAM / DORDRECHT (Neth.) - L&D Amsterdam Pirates took sole possession of first place on Sunday by winning 10-0 vs. Mr. Cocker HCAW. With the win, Amsterdam moved by DOOR Neptunus, which was shutout 3-0 by Corendon Kinheim.

After winning 20-2 on Saturday, Vaessen Pioniers today won only 1-0 vs. ADO Lakers, while UVV won big vs. Mampaey The Hawks, 13-1.

Corendon Kinheim vs. DOOR Neptunus
At Haarlem, Corendon Kinheim shutout DOOR Neptunus 3-0 behind the strong pitching of David Bergman. With the loss, Neptunus' 11-game winning streak ended, while the team also dropped from first place due to the win today of L&D Amsterdam Pirates.

The game was a pitching duel between David Bergman and Diegomar Markwell, who both pitched eight innings. Bergman gave up only three basehits and struckout seven batters, while Markwell struckout 10 and gave up six hits to Kinheim. But the lefthander also gave up three runs, while Bergman held Neptunus scoreless.

Neptunus reached base several times, but left only two runners, one in the eighth and one in the ninth at bat. In the first, Bergman gave up a lead-off single to Gyenuar Lopez, but he was then eliminated in a double play. In the third, the righthander walked a batter with one out, but Kinheim then again turned a double play. In the fourth, Raily Legito doubled with two outs, but he was later eliminated trying to advance to third base. Bergman then retired the side in the fifth and sixth inning, then Lopez reached on an error in the seventh. But with one out, Kinheim turned its third double play. In the eighth, Benjamin Dille singled with two outs and became the first Neptunus-runner to be left behind. Arshwin Asjes pitched the ninth for Kinheim, gave up an one-out single to Shaldimar Daantji, but then struckout the next two batters.

For Kinheim, RenÚ Cremer led off with a single in the first inning, but then Neptunus also turned a double play. Kinheim then stranded two runners in the third inning, was retired 1-2-3 in the fourth and fifth at bat, then opened the score in the sixth. Remco Draijer led off with a single, then moved to third base when a throwing error followed on a sac-bunt by RenÚ Cremer, who ended up on second base. Then, two outs followed, but moments later, Draijer and Cremer scored when an error was made on a grounder by Bryan Engelhardt.

Kinheim added an insurance run in the eighth inning. With one out, Cremer doubled, moved on a single by Dirk van 't Klooster and scored on a balk by Markwell. This triggered an argument between Neptunus' Head Coach Evert-Jan 't Hoen and Home Plate Umpire Henri van Heijningen, who ejected the rookie coach.

...Winning pitcher David Bergman...

...Losing pitcher Diegomar Markwell...

...Gyenuar Lopez is tagged put by 2B Roy Seltenrijch...

...3B Mervin Gario tags out Raily Legito...

...Neptunus' Head Coach Evert-Jan 't Hoen argues a balk-call...

...and is ejected by HP Umpire Henri van Heijningen...
(© Photos: Henk Seppen)

Corendon Kinheim - DOOR Neptunus 3-0
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pitcher Neptunusinn.SOBBHRER
Diegomar Markwell, L (3-2)810-631
pitchers Kinheiminn.SOBBHRER
David Bergman, W (4-1)8713--
Arshwin Asjes, SV (3)12-1--
Box Score
Umpires: Henri van Heijningen, 1B-Peter Brink, 3B-Stenar van Groningen Schinkel.
Official Scorer-Fred van der Kade.
Play-by-Play-Huub Nelissen.
Umpire Observer-Willem Broertjes.
Time-2:08 hr.

Vaessen Pioniers vs. ADO Lakers
At Hoofddorp, Vaessen Pioniers won only 1-0 vs. ADO Lakers after winning 20-2 the day before.

The lone run was scored in the fourth inning. Pioniers left three runners in the first three at bats, then Vince Rooi led off the fourth with a walk. He moved to third base on a single by Mark Duursma and scored on a sac-fly by Mark-Jan Moorman.

ADO Lakers, which outhit Pioniers 5-4, left the bases loaded in the third inning. Pionier-starter Kevin Miner retired the first six batters he faced, then gave up a lead-off single to Martijn Riphagen, a pitcher, who was in the batting order today a designated hitter. Next batter Jurriaan Dijk then flied out, then a throwing was made trying to eliminated Riphagen, who moved to second base. He then advanced on a grounder by Timo van Ancum, another pitcher, who today played in leftfield. The bases got loaded when Nurison Leonora and Odion Gouverneur walked, but the three runners were left, when a groundout followed.

ADO Lakers then left two more runners in the fifth inning and got the bases loaded again in the sixth at bat. With one out, Dayron Puriel walked and Glennton Poulo singled, then the bases got loaded when Jurriaan Dijk walked with two outs. Hereafter, Swen Huijer was brought in to relief Miner and the inning then ended when Van Ancum grounded out.

...Winning pitcher Kevin Miner...

...Nurison Leonora hitting for ADO Lakers...

...Danny Rombley steals 2nd base, sliding by 2B Jurriaan Dijk...

...Vince Rooi scores the lone run...

...May 19: spectators wear protective clothing against the cold and rain...
(© Photos:

Vaessen Pioniers - ADO Lakers 1-0
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pitchers ADO Lakersinn.SOBBHRER
Ricky Voorn, L (0-4)7.243411
Martijn Riphagen0.1-1---
pitchers Pioniersinn.SOBBHRER
Kevin Miner, W (3-3)5.2454--
Swen Huijer, H (1)2.12-1--
Bayron Cornelissen, SV (2)12----
Box Score
Umpires: HP-Fred van Groningen Schinkel, 1B-Jos van Eijsden, 3B-Rob Has.
Official Scorer-Harumi Ueda.
Play-by-Play-Dennis Duin.
Time-2:42 hr.

L&D Amsterdam Pirates vs. Mr. Cocker HCAW
At Amsterdam, L&D Amsterdam Pirates shutout Mr. Cocker HCAW for the third consecutive time. Today, Amsterdam won 10-0 on 15 basehits, including four by Bas de Jong and three by Roelie Henrique. With the win, Amsterdam moved into first place, as DOOR Neptunus was beaten by Corendon Kinheim.

Amsterdam opened the score in the second inning when Bas de Jong led off with a single and went on to score on a single by Wesley Connor. Two runs were added in the third inning. Michael Duursma led off with a walk, then Jesse Aussems followed with a bunt-single. The two advanced on a grounder by Percy Isenia, then no outs were made on a fielder's choice-grounder by Bas de Jong, which led to a run. A sac-fly by Kenny Berkenbosch then made it 3-0.

Runs in the fifth and sixth inning increased the lead to 5-0. In the fifth, Amsterdam got the bases loaded when Percy Isenia, Bas de Jong and Kenny Berkenbosch all singled. HCAW-starter Kaj Timmermans then struckout Wesley Connor and Bas Nooij, but walked Bj÷rn Hato to bring in a run, but three runners were left behind. In the sixth, off of new pitcher Gijs van Els, a run was added on a single by De Jong.

A 5-run rally in the eighth inning increased the lead to 10-0 to end the game through the mercy-rule with one out. New pitcher Bob Klaarenbeek walked Kevin Weijgertse with one out, then the bases got loaded when Bas de Jong singled and Kenny Berkenbosch also walked. Singles by Wesley Connor and Bas Nooij then accounted for two runs and brought in new pitcher Leon Elshof. A 2-run single by Bj÷rn Hato then made it a 9-0 score, then an RBI-single by Roelie Henrique ended the game.

Amsterdam-starter Jos de Jong gave up only two basehits in 5 2/3 inning, then HCAW added only one more basehit in the remainder of the game. De Jong pitched five hitless innings in which he allowed only two batters to reach base, both on a walk. The No-Hitter ended when De Jong gave up a lead-off single to Barry Mastenbroek in the sixth inning, but he was caught stealing. Dylan de Mello then singled and Jasper Keijzer was hit by a pitch, but De Jong followed with a strikeout. Hereafter, lefthander Kyle Ward took over, saw the bases being loaded when Kevin Nieveld reached on an error. But the bases were left loaded when Jesus Latte grounded out.

L&D Amsterdam Pirates - Mr. Cocker HCAW 10-0 (8)
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L&D Amsterdam Pirates01201105-10151
(one out when 10-run difference was reached in the 8th inning)
pitchers HCAWinn.SOBBHRER
Kaj Timmermans, L (1-4)533744
Gijs van Els1-1211
Sedley Karel11-1--
Bob Klaarenbeek0.1-2355
Leon Elshof- (*)--2--
(*) - Elshof pitched to two batters in the eighth inning
pitchers Piratesinn.SOBBHRER
Jos de Jong, W (4-0)5.2522--
Kyle Ward, H (2)1.121---
Ben Grover1--1--
Box Score
Umpires: HP-Henny Jansen, 1B-Olav steijger, 3B-Jan-Willem van der Paauw.
Official Scorer-Linda Steijger.
Play-by-Play-Francis Speters.
Time-2:45 hr.

Mampaey The Hawks vs. UVV
At Dordrecht, UVV won 13-1 vs. Mampaey The Hawks and outhit its opponent 18-3. Dennis Ribbens collected three basehits and was one of ten players who hit at least one basehit. The Hawks hit only three basehits, one each off of the three pitchers UVV used.

UVV opened the score with two runs in the second inning. Giovanni Samboe and Joris van Ballegooy led off with back-to-back doubles to make it 1-0. An one-out single by Ribbens then made it 2-0. A sac-fly by Samboe increased the lead to 3-0 in the third at bat.

A 4-run rally followed in the fourth inning. With one out, Daan Cornelissen, Dennis Ribbens and Brennan Nijhof singled to load the bases. A walk for Norbert Jongerius then brought in a run, followed by a 2-run single by Dennis De Quint and a sac-fly by Stijn van der Meer.

In the fifth, a single by Ferd van Stekelenburg made it 8-0, then two runs were added in the sixth. Singles by Van Stekelenburg and Van Ballegooy accounted for these runs.

UVV increased the lead to 13-0 in the top of the seventh inning by scoring three runs. The runs were scored on a 2-run double by Van der Meer and a single by Van Stekelenburg.

The Hawks scored its lone run in the bottom of the seventh inning on an error.

Mampaey The Hawks - UVV 1-13 (7)
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pitchers UVVinn.SOBBHRER
Chris Mezger, W (3-2)5411--
Oscar Meuris11-1--
Hylke van Viersen1-111-
pitchers The Hawksinn.SOBBHRER
Elton Koeiman, L (2-4)4-11077
Rick van Dijck1.21-333
Tim Sloots- (*)-11--
Ronald de Bont1.1-1433
(*) - Sloots pitched to two batters in the sixth inning
Box Score
Umpires: HP-Niek Elshof, 1B-Roy van de Wateringen, 3B-Johan Brandsma.
Official Scorer-Brigitta Zaal.
Play-by-Play-Dieks Bannink.
Umpire Observer-Paul Bokern.
Time-2:10 hr.

(May 19)

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