Whitecaps baseball team eclipses 100-win mark

The Central Coast Baseball Club, which started play in 2008, has just gone over the 100-win mark by winning the All-World Baseball Classic in Sunnyvale. The Whitecaps overall record in just over three seasons is an unprecedented 104-36-4

The Whitecaps opened the fall fall season in Sunnyvale by winning the All-World Baseball Classic. The Whitecaps defeated the Martinez Bulldogs 8-0. Aptos’ Haydn King was 3-for-3 in the title game with two stolen bases. Scotts Vally’s Trevor Ponos and Dawson Danner collected two hits a piece, while San Lorenzo Valley’s Robbie Carling chipped in with two hits, including a double and RBI. Gregory Neiger pitched a complete game in the semifinal to get the Whitecaps to the title game.

The Whitecaps are headed to Carson City this weekend to play in the King of the Dirt Labor Day classic. On Halloween Weekend the club will travel to Las Vegas to participate in the 30-team Desert Fall Classic.  

For more information on the Central Coast Baseball Club go to http:www.facebook.com/CentralCoastBaseball

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