The Milwaukee Brewers claimed their final two games of the Area Code Games in Long Beach last week, defeating the Nationals 7-3 and the Rangers 3-1 to finish the week-long event at 5-0.
The Oakland A's finished in second place at 3-1-1 after beating the White Sox 9-2 on the final day and tying the Yankees 4-4 on Thursday.
The rest of the standings saw the Rangers and White Sox both finish at 3-2 while the Yankees went 1-3-1 and the Royals, last year's champs, finished 1-4.
Following are the scores from the final two days.Thursday
White Sox 7, Rangers 4
The White Sox used a three-run double by Ryan Lidge
to edge the Rangers. Sheldon Neuse
had the top hit for the Texas team with an RBI single in the third inning.Athletic 4, Yankees 4Jacob Gatewood
had a three-run home run to pace the Athletics, but Conner Simonetti
also knocked one out to help the Yankees secure the tie.Royals 3, Reds 2
The Royals picked up the first win of the tournament behind the clutch hitting of Jack Meggs
, who had a two-run double in the sixth.Brewers 7, Nationals 3
continued to wield the big stick for the Brewers with a triple. Milwaukee led 4-0 early in the game before the Nationals rallied to get within a run at 4-3.FridayBrewers 3, Rangers 1
The Brewers completed an unbeaten tournament by handing the Rangers their second straight loss. Elliot Barzilli had a key RBI single in the third inning to help give Milwaukee the early lead.Yankees 3, Reds 1
The Yankees picked up their only win with a narrow victory over the Reds. Matt Thaiss
provided two of the runs with a double in the first. Joe Wainhouse also had an RBI double in the sixth.Athletics 9, White Sox 2
The Athletics had one of the best offensive outings of the tournament as six players drove in a run and a four Oakland pitchers allowed just two runs. Ryan Kirby
led the offense with a pair of hits, including a double.