Sun April 6
10am (2 games) TSC vs MYB Bulldogs @
Randalls Island #27
-From the North: NYS Thruway (I-87) south to RFK Bridge. When entering bridge stay to left and go through the Queens portion of the tolls. Follow the sign for Randalls Island and when entering the Island, follow the signs for the fields.
-From the East: I-95 West to the Bruckner Expressway (I-278) to the RFK Bridge. When entering bridge stay to left and go through the Queens portion of the tolls. Follow the sign for Randalls Island and when entering the Island, follow the signs for the fields.

Get Map to Randalls Island

Randalls Island
New York, New York 10035

Sun April 13
10am (2 games) TSC vs Valera Baseball @
Crotona field #1

It is located on the corner of Crotona Park East and Claremont Parkway. The opposite corner is Claremont Parkway and Crotona Avenue.

Get Map to DIAMOND 1

Crotona Park
Bronx, New York 10459

Sat April 19
11am (1 game) TSC vs Van Cortlandt @
Van Cortlandt Park
-From the South: Take the Major Deegan Expressway North and exit at Van Cortlandt Park. Stay to your right when getting off the exit, taking you over the expressway. Make a right onto Broadway and park near 250th Street.
-From the North: Take NYS Thruway, I-87 South, to the Major Deegan Expressway and exit at Van Cortlandt Park. At the exit, make a right turn and then make a right onto Broadway and park near 250th Street. 250th Street & Broadway ,New York,10471&mrt=loc

West 250th Street & Broadway
Bronx, New York 10471

Sun April 27
11am (2 games) TSC vs East Park Pirates @
Hyde Park Little League
343 Creek Rd, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Sun May 4
11am (2 games) TSC vs Tri County Arsenal @
Tymor Park
249 Duncan Rd, Lagrangeville, NY 12540

Sun May 11
11:30am (2 games) TSC vs Hudson Valley Hawks @
Stitzel Field
16 Lincoln Ave, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Sun May 18
12pm (2 games) TSC vs Paterson Pirates @
Peckham Field
I-684 North to Exit 9W (I-84 West). Take I-84 West to Exit 18 (Route 311, Patterson). At the exit ramp make a right turn onto Route 311 North. Stay left on Route 311 at the fork/intersection with Route 164. Once in the Village of Patterson (approximately 5-6 miles from I-84), continue on Route 311 past the traffic light at the intersection with Route 292 for two blocks and make a left onto Maple Avenue (look for the War Memorial with an American flag and a church at the intersection). About 1/4 mile on the right is Peckham field. The 90 foot diamond is the back field, beyond the 60 foot field at the front of the park.

Get Map to Peckham Field

Maple Ave
Patterson, New York 12563

Fri May 23 – Mon May 26
Boys of Summer Memorial weekend Tournament, Long Island
4 games, player fee $150

Sat May 31 - Sun June 1

Game Highlights

05/20/2012 (Game 1)  

TSC 8 – HPAL 0

TSC 16u clinch 1st place behind Cuni’s 2 hit complete game shutout (strikeouts 12)
An outstanding pitching performance by Brenden Cuni lifted the Tigers Sports Club to an 8-0 victory over Haverstraw PAL (HPAL) at Fieldstone Secondary School.

Cuni, tossed seven innings of shutout ballallowed only two hits and struck out 12 hitters en route to the Tigers Sports Club win. 

The victory clinched the Regular Season 1st place (10-2) for TSC in the New York Elite Baseball Travel 16u division. 

The biggest inning for TSC was in the fourth. HPAL had no answer as the Tigers scored six runs on 4 big hits.

Philip (PJ) Pimble single to right, Joey Lagani single down third base line, Austin Disher smash double to left, and Buzzy Irizarry single to right combined for a 6 runinning.

The game was never in doubt after the first, as TSC scored one run; John Valente doubled to left and then scored on  a deep sacrifice fly to Center by Jayson Gray.

Cuni: 7 IP, 2 H, 3 BB, 12 K, 0 Run (W) 

M. Shkrelja: 2-2; single, dbl, rbi, run
Disher: 2-2; single, dbl, rbi, run
Pimble: 1-3; single, 2 rbi, run
Lagani: 1-2; single, rbi, 2 run, bb

05/20/2012 (Game 2)  

TSC 13 – HPAL 1

Fourth-inning rally sparks

blowout win for the Tigers Sports Club, 13-1

The Tigers Sports Club took down HPAL 13-1 on Sunday at Fieldstone after slamming HPAL with 11 runs in the fourth inning.

Philip (PJ) Pimble racked up three RBIs on one hit for TSC. He hit a monster homer to deep center in the fourth inning.

Michael Maturo got it done on the mound on the way to a win. He allowed one run over four innings.  Maturo struck out four, walked one and gave up three hits.

TSC hammered HPAL pitching as six hitters had a field day, combining for eight hits, 10 RBIs and 10 runs scored.

The game's last lead went to Tigers Sports Club thanks to a second inning rally that saw two runs cross the plate on a sacrifice fly by John Wahrhaftig and a hit by pitch Austin Disher. 

Maturo: 4 IP, 3 H, BB, 4 K, 1 Run (W) 

Disher: 1-1; triple, 3 rbi, run, bb, HBP
Pimble: 1-1; HR(1), 3 rbi, run, bb, HBP
Wahrhaftig: 1-1; single, 2 rbi, run, bb, sac
Gray: 3-4; single, dbl, triple, rbi, run


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Tigers Sports Club 2014 BASEBALL

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