Alaska Baseball League at a glance (games through June 11)


7 p.m. -- Mat-Su Miners at Anchorage Glacier Pilots, Mulcahy Stadium

7 p.m. --Anchorage Bucs at Chugiak Chinooks, Loretta French Park

7 p.m. -- San Francisco Seals at Fairbanks Goldpanners, Growden Park

7 p.m. -- Lake Erie Monarchs at Peninsula Oilers, Coral Seymour Memorial Park



Pilots 4, Goldpanners 2

Nate Nolan drove in two runs in the third inning and starter Dylan Nelson threw four shutout innings to lead the Pilots past the longtime rival Goldpanners 4-2 in nonconference action at Mulcahy.

Nolan, a catcher from St. Marys, doubled with the bases loaded to give his team an early 3-0 lead.

Nelson, a righthander from Cal, struck out five but left after four innings, opening the way for Cameron Pongs. Pongs, a lefty from Long Beach State, struck out six in three innings and gave up an unearned run.

Two players delivered two hits apiece for the Goldpanners -- Mike Wieland of Arkansas-Pine Bluff and Scooter Bynum, a recent graduate from Monroe Catholic High School in Fairbanks.

Chinooks 9, Miners 4

Jackson Cramer was 3 for 4 with three RBIs in Chugiak's 9-4 conference win over Mat-Su in the Valley.

The first baseman from West Virginia belted a two-run double in Chugiak's four-run sixth inning. The Chinooks grabbed a 3-0 lead in the first inning.

The Miners mounted a ninth-inning comeback, scoring four runs on two hits and three errors, but Chugiak hung on for its first win of the young season.

Oilers 3, Seals 0

Four Peninsula pitchers combined for a two-hitter and Nolan Sheridan drove in two runs in a 3-0 nonconference win over the San Francisco Seals in Kenai.

Cody Richey got the win with one inning of work in relief of starter Jimmy Nesselt, a right-hander from East Tennessee State who fanned five in five innings.


Standings Through Wednesday's Games

American League


Bucs 1 0 1.000 -- 2-2

Oilers 0 0 0 1/2 3-1

Goldpanners 0 2 0 11/2 0-2

National League


Glacier Pilots 1 0 0 -- 3-1

Miners 0 0 0 1/2 2-1

Chinooks 0 0 0 1/2 1-2