The defensive play of the night came in the bottom of the fourth inning, when he dove to his left to start a slick 6-4-3 double play.
@Luis Urias03 no solo destac con el bat en el Juego de Estrellas de la @MLBaz Fall League, tambin se luci con esta jugada #Team Mxico pic.twitter.com/zuw4Ntd CKe — Team Mxico Baseball (@Team Mexico Beis) November 5, 2017 Having only hit three home runs in the entirety of the 2017 season, Urias isn’t exactly a player who you would expect to jump the yard and put on a power display.
Vito Perillo defeated Tinton Falls Mayor Gerald Turning in the nonpartisan municipal race. But his grandson, Mike Perillo-Gentile, said he wasn’t surprised. Navy veteran who served in the Pacific theater, told the Asbury Park Press his entry into the race was spurred by a pair of whistleblower lawsuits involving the police department that cost the borough a reported $1.1 million in settlements.
“When he wants to do something, he does it,” Perillo-Gentile said. Turning was the borough police chief from 2004 to 2011 and also was the borough administrator from 2010 to 2014.
___ Follow Steven Du Bois at twitter.com/pdxdub This past Saturday, the best in the Arizona Fall League joined together to play the league’s annual “Fall Stars” game.