Pleasanton Teen Pitches Rare Perfect Game

By NBC Bay Area Staff
|  Thursday, Aug 1, 2013  |  Updated 6:56 AM PDT
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Petaluma Little League Wins 11-1

Intermediate Little League World Series

Evan Wolfe, 13, of Pleasanton gives a fist pump after pitching a perfect game. July 31, 2013

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You can be sure one 13-year-old baseball player from Pleasanton is still riding high Thursday morning, fresh off pitching a very rare perfect game.

Evan Wolfe’s five perfect innings Tuesday night led his team, the Pleasanton National, to victory over a team from Michigan – 12- 0 - during the Intermediate Little League World Series.

The game was finally called because of the “mercy rule.”

The games run through Aug. 5 at Max Baer Park in Livermore.
 

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