Daily Archives: August 26, 2013

AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for August 26, 2013

Now that San Diego’s Mayor Bob Filner has resigned and a special election will be called and the story turns to who is going to run for Mayor. Several of San Diego’s power players are defiantly not running. On her way out of the KSWB FOX5 studio after a live morning show interview last Thursday Bonnie Dumanis told me “No and Hell No!”. State Assembly Majority Leader Toni Atkins and San Diego’s City Attorney Jann Goldsmith have also bowed out. But Nathan Fletcher has filed the paperwork to run and is beginning to gather his team. Kevin Faulconer, Carl DeMaio, and Todd Gloria are all considering but have yet to announce.

The USS Pearl Harbor and its 350 sailors are returning to San Diego today. They were helping on the international humanitarian mission Pacific Partnership 2013. They’ve spent 105 days helping Non-Governmental Organizations (or N.G.O.’s) with their work in places like Papua New Guinea, Samoa, and Tonga. they helped give over 18,000 people get medical and dental treatment.

Eastlake Little League All-Stars lost 6 to 4 against Japan in the Little League World Series. Still they are the U.S. Champs … manager Rick Tibbett summed it up best when he said “it’s baseball you know, You lose. You win. We will be playing baseball next weekend.”

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Japan defeats Eastlake in Little League World Series

Japan defeats Eastlake in Little League World Series

fox5sandiego.com

[trib_ndn vid=25082715]CHULA VISTA, Calif. — The Eastlake Little League All-Stars from Chula Vista who lost to the team representing Japan, were returning to the west coast Monday.

The team from South Bay lost in the Little League World Series Championship Game at South Williamsport, Pa. Sunday with a score of 6-4.

us_championshipRyusei Hirooka broke a tie with a two-run double in the bottom of the fifth inning for the all-star team representing the Musashi Fuchu Little League of Tokyo.

Musashi Fuchu had re-tied the score, 4-4, earlier in the inning on Shunpei Takagi’s lead-off home run, his second of the game.

Eastlake took a 4-3 lead in the fourth when Giancarlo Cortez singled in Jake Espinoza, who singled, and Nick Mora, who was hit by a pitch.

Takagi’s lead-off homer in the third gave Musashi Fuchu a 3-2 lead.

Both teams had scored twice in the first.

Eastlake’s lead-off hitter…

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