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Thousand Oaks gets roughed up in Big League World Series

August 6, 2009 |  1:19 pm

Bravos de Pontezuela of Santiago, Dominican Republic, routed Thousand Oaks, 12-0, on Wednesday night in the championship game of the Big League World Series that was reduced to only five innings because of the mercy rule.

Gilbert Jimenez drove in three runs and pitcher Odalis Jimenez held Thousand Oaks to two hits in five scoreless innings. Thousand Oaks starter Kody Kasper couldn't make it out of the second inning, allowing four hits and five runs in 1 1/3 innings.

Dustin Kahle and Austin Alvizo had the hits for Thousand Oaks.

--Ben Bolch

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