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Las Vegas Summer Baseball Club Splits Two Games At COC

sportslocalThe Las Vegas Summer Baseball Club started its weekend stint at College of the Canyons with a win and a loss on Friday.

The Las Vegas team beat the Victory team, 6-1, and lost to the So Cal Reds, 6-3. The Victory team is made up of current or incoming players on the College of the Canyons baseball team.

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College of the Canyons is the home field for the Las Vegas team this weekend. The Las Vegas team is a scout team for the Los Angeles Angels.  It is mostly made up of high school players from the Las Vegas area.

Michael Wagner was the winning pitcher for the Las Vegas team in the game against Victory. He pitched six shutout innings and upped his summer record to 2-0 and extended his scoreless innings streak in summer to 12 innings. After the game, he talked about how his defense has been a key factor in his pitching performances.

Chipper Smith, a Golden Valley graduate who finished his freshman season at College of the Canyons, took the loss.

Games continue today and Sunday at College of the Canyons. Las Vegas will play scout teams from the Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Indians and a scout team from Riverside.

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Las Vegas Summer Baseball Club Splits Two Games At COC

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