Seoul, South Korea beats Florida 10-5 to capture 2015 Intermediate World Series

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Asia-Pacific defeats Southeast 10-5

Young-Jae Lee had three RBIs, sparking Asia-Pacific to a 10-5 victory in eight innings over Southeast on Saturday at Max Baer Field.

He homered in the third inning and singled in the sixth inning.
Sung-Hyun Cho baffled Southeast, striking out six batters. Cho allowed no earned runs, four hits and no walks over 4 1/3 innings.

Southeast was hurt by a number of miscues in the field. Southeast committed three errors which led to four unearned runs for Asia-Pacific.

Jake Mills was solid at the plate for Southeast. Mills went 2-4 and scored two runs. He tripled in the third inning and singled in the fifth inning.

Ryan Bruno lasted two innings on the mound for Southeast before the call to the bullpen. Bruno allowed seven hits and five runs.

Southeast jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first.

Asia-Pacific went up for good in the third, scoring five runs on a three-run home run by Lee and two singles.

Southeast brought home two runs in the third inning, and matched that run total in the fifth. In the third, Southeast scored on an RBI single by Griffin Lampton, plating Mills.

Asia-Pacific pushed across one run in both the fourth inning and the fifth. In the fourth, Asia-Pacific scored on an error, bringing home Ji-Hyo Choi.

Two runs in the bottom of the fifth helped Southeast close its deficit to 7-5. A two-run double by Jacob Baughman set off Southeast rally. Shawn Steuerer struck out to end the Southeast threat.

Asia-Pacific added three more runs in the top of the sixth. Beom-Jun Shin kicked things off with a single, plating Si-Hwan Choi. That was followed up by Won-Young Jeong’s single, scoring Lee.

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