Cecil Fielder World Series

Vegas Red wins  18u title in Yuma

Effie Garcia of Cimarron-Memorial High School in Las Vegas pitched a complete game as Vegas Red beat High Desert Baseball Academy 4-2 in the final of the Cecil Fielder 18U Elite World Series in Yuma.

Here is the story on the tournament from the Yuma Daily Sun:


Strong  pitching performance lifts Obregon into 14u title game

Alan Robles struck out 11 — the last two with the bases loaded — Monday (July 11) at the Kino Sports Complex in Tucson, leading Obregon Mexico to a 4-2 win over Liga CONNO and advance to the 14u title game of the Cecil Fielder Elite World Series.

Robles allowed three hits and picked up his second victory of the tournament and finished with a 2.55 ERA.

Hector Gomez pitched a strong final for Liga CONNO allowing six hits and three earned runs. He also finished  with a 2.55 ERA.

Liga CONNO cut the gap to 4-2 in the sixth when Rafael Rodriguez walked and scored on an error. Liga CONNO later  loaded the bases when Robles walked pinch hitter Rey Tapia.  Robles got the next two batters swinging to end the game.

Oberon broke a 1-1 tie in the fourth. Alexis Castro of Obregon singled in the top of the fourth, scoring Angel Dominguez. Francisco Leal  scored on a wild pitch as Obregon took a 3-1 lead.

Elier Garcia walked and scored on an error to make it 4-1 in the fifth inning.

Michel Robles singled and later scored in the first for Obregon. Liga CONNO tied in the third when Carlos Quinones  walked and courtesy runner Victor Rivera scored on a wild pitch.


CONNO Hermosillo becomes first international champion

The Cecil Fielder Elite World Series crowned its first international champion Thursday (June 23) after Luis Maldonado Aguilar struck out 13 in the 12u title game in Yuma, Ariz.

Maldonado’s stellar pitching led CONNO Hermosillo from Mexico  to a 4-1 victory over the Yuma  All-Stars.

CONNO Hermosillo finished the tournament 7-0. The Yuma All-Stars were 6-1.

CONNO Hermosillo broke a 1-1 tie in the bottom of the fifth, scoring three runs. Julio Parra Ramirez started the rally when he reached first on a dropped third strike. One out later, Francisco Dusten Torres walked.  Jonnatha Acosta Saldana singled to score Parra and give CONNO Hermosillo the lead,

Sebastian Pacheco Quiroz  hit a ball to right that was misplayed, allowing two runs to score.

The Yuma All-Stars, who will play in the Little League District and perhaps beyond,  scored a run in the top of the first. Keven Avila singled and  Damien Rinehart walked. Both runners advanced on a double steal. Miguel Celaya grounded out, scoring Avila.

Rinehart pitched a solid game, holding CONNO Hermosillo scoreless until the fourth. Jesus Madrid Barcelo tripled and scored on a wild pitch.

For more information on the tournament, go here:


Las Vegas Titans win title game in thrilling fashion

Michael Moreheap tripled and scored on a ball that went to the screen in the bottom of the sixth Sunday (June 19) as the Las Vegas Titans beat the Imperial Valley Corbas 8-7 in the Cecil Fielder Elite 10u World Series in Yuma, Ariz.

The Cobras tied with three runs in the top of the sixth inning.  Julian Inzunza doubled to drive in Isiah Carrillo  and Kevin Gonzalez. Alfredo Quintero plated Inzunza with a ground out, tying the game 6-6.

Cayman Fernandez homered for the Titans in the title game.  The Titans’ Christian Rivero homered three times in the tournament to lead all players and he tioed for the RBI lead with eight.

For more information on the tournament, go here:


Cobras win in 10u opener

Juan Cazares went 2-for-2 with a triple and three RBI as the Imperial Valley Cobras beat the Yuma Boys Baseball League 16-0 in the opening round of the Cecil Fielder Elite 10u World Series in Yuma, Ariz.

Octavio Loya pitched two-hit ball for four innings.

The Cecil Fielder Elite World Series is put on by The Baseball Legends.

Here is a link to the schedule and other information:



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