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Captain's Corner Spotlight - See others at the Link on the Left
Apr 21, 2015, 7:32 pm

Ranger Rap Up

The Gers got out the brooms to sweep by the Bats and Cubs on Sunday.  In the opener, Unell's Bats came out fast with a 1st inning 3 spot. The defense then clamped down on the Bats giving up only a single tally in the 5th. The Gers plated 2 in the first, 1 in the second and 3 in the 4th in a rather defensive nail biter.  When the smoke cleared, the Gers had a well earned 6-4 victory flashing great D with just a sprinkle of offense to close the deal. 

Night cap saw a slow starting Ger squad against a game Cubby team. Game was tied 1-1 going into the bottom of the 3rd when the Man of Steele hit a 2 run clout well out of the park which seemed to loosen the offensive strain.  A 3 run triple by Justin "Hondo" Howard followed a bit later in the inning as the Gers scored 5 in the inning. In the 4th, the Gers broke it open with 9 more including an "A" Macek 2 run inside the parker ding dong - Jerry Rogers had 2 hits from the 11 hole and the Rangers rolled to their 5th victory with a 16-4 W.  Special mention to our Cy Young candidate, W Casper " not friendly to the batters" who pitched brilliantly on the way to the victories.

POW-Troy "Man of" Steele   4/6 HR SAC 3 Runs and 5 RBI's

ROW-Brian Macek-3/2 HR 3B 2 BB's SAC and 4 RBI's

Rob Shiller-5/6 BB 2B 3 Runs and 2 RBI's and brilliant D

Mark Phares-4/7 2 2B's 4 runs and 3 Ribbies


Another Week 4 Odds & Dr. C Selections
Apr 21, 2015, 10:14 am

INDIANS       6:5    Cubs
TIGERS         6:5    A's
MUCKDOGS   8:5    R Hounds
KNIGHTS       6:5    Rangers
METS            8:5   G'hoppers

I PIGS          6:5    Knights
CUBS           6:5    W Sox
SCRAPPERS   6:5    Tigers
Muckdogs      7:5    G'HOPPERS
PIRATES       6:5   R Hounds

I Pigs           7:5    SCRAPPERS
DODGERS      7:5   Storm
INDIANS      6:5    Bats
Rangers        7:5    A'S
METS            7:5   Yankees

W SOX          7:5   Storm
YANKEES       6:5   Pirates
BATS            6:5   Dodgers

Dr. C Selections:
Indians, Tigers, M'dogs, Rangers, Mets ; Knights, W Sox, Tigers, M'dogs, Pirates
I Pigs, Dodgers, Bats, Rangers, Mets ; W Sox, Pirates, Dodgers
Last Week: No games again
YTD:  32-22


The Games Have Been Postponed
Apr 19, 2015, 5:47 am

With every effort may to play today the fields have not dried enough for us to play and have been postponed for another date.


Congratulations To POW Travis Levay and ROW Brian Macek
Apr 16, 2015, 2:18 pm

Dodgers POW/ROW
Travis LeVay: 7 for 8 (.875), R, 4 RBI. Fantastic defense in RF with several difficult and timely catches.

Richard Zane: 5 for 9 (.556), 2 R, 3 RBI

Scrappers POW
Keith Dlott for managing the team in the absence of Captain Brad London.

Cubs POW

Paul Rakosky 4 for 6 with great pitching

Indian's POW

Randy Ransom who went 5/7 with 4 Singles, and a triple with 4 runs and 3 RBI.

Rockhounds POW/ROW

Thomas Kulcak 9 for 9, 6 runs, 1 Single, 3 dbl’s, 1 triple, and 3 inside the park HR’s oh and 12 RBI’s (this just in he’s really GOOD!!)

David Warren 4 for 8, 2 dbl’s, 2 runs, and 3 RBI’s

Bats POW

Eric Axel 5/3/3/1 with a triple and a walk

Grasshoppers POW/ROW

Aaron Weintraub (again) - 8-9, 3 doubles, a field one fence grand slam, 5 runs, 7 RBI, nice plays at SS and LCF

Charlie Bates 5-8 Double 3 runs, 3 RBI's

Pirates POW/ROW

Mitch Dunn - Mitch was 5 for 6 at bat, including 1 triple, 2 Runs scored, and 4 RBI's plus fine, steady play behind the plate'

Alan Bliss - Alan was 4 for 7 at bat, including 1 double, 2 runs scored, and 2 RBI's.

Rangers POW/ROW

Troy "Man of" Steele   4/6 HR SAC 3 Runs and 5 RBI's

Brian Macek-3/2 HR 3B 2 BB's SAC and 4 RBI's

Muckdogs POW

JJ Eusay led the Muckdogs to their sweep, getting a hit in each inning in which the Muckdogs scored. 6-7 for the day, 2 2Bs, 2 runs , 4 RBIs. JJ also played well in multiple positions for the Muckdogs -- 2B, 3B , LF, SS.

Yankees POW/ROW

Pow candidate Darius Wu 5 for 7, 4 runs, triple, homer and 6 rbi's
Row candidate Dustin Bone 4 for 7 with 4 rbi's

Mets POW

Steve Enda- 5-6 with a 3b 3rbi

A's POW/ROW

Mike Sheppard 4-7, double, 6 rbi's
Brett Luskey 4-7, double, 3 runs

Tiger POW

Andrew Williams - 6 for 8 1hr 2 DVDs 3 singles and walk off HR - to win the game

Iron Pigs POW/ROW

Greg Winn. 5-7. Dbl. 5rbi. Great defense in RF
Jeremy Pigott. 5-8, 4 RBI, 3 runs

White Sox POW/ROW

Ken Behr 4-5, 1bb, 3 runs, 4 rbi"s, 1double, 1 triple, great pitching

Storm POW

Scott Lawrence 5-7 BB, 2 2B, 3 3B, 2 RBI, 4 R

 

 

 


Captain's Corner Highlight Article - See more recaps by clicking on the link to the left
Apr 14, 2015, 12:59 pm

The Yanks faced Hauf's Knights in their opener. The Bronx Bombers took a 4-0 lead in the bottom of the first as Darius Wu belted a three run homer to bring home both Nutts who each had singled. Another hit by Dustin Bone and walks to Bill Walter and Alan Taper brought in another run. The Pinstripers extended their lead to 7-3 through three highlighted by Alan London's triple. The pesky Knights scored one in the fifth and six in the sixth to take the lead 10-7. Taper singled and Tony Dillard doubled to start a rally. Larry Lachman brought one run in with a sac fly and London's single brought in another one to make it a 10-9 game. The Knights brought in two more and held on for a 12-10 victory.

Game two vs Kyle Casper's Storm on Big field one with Larry Silverman announcing the Game of the Week. Danny Nutt worked out a walk and son Aaron Nutt doubled him to third. Dustin Bone singled in two runs to start the scoring. The Storm hit back to back homers to put a scare into the Yanks taking a 4-2 lead. The Bombers rallied with 4 in the 3rd and batted around in the 4th plating six runs. The Yanks held on for a 12-9 victory.

Yankee player of the week was Darius Wu who went 5 for 7 with a triple, a fence clearing homer an 6 rbi's

Rookie of the week candidate was Dustin Bone with 4 hits and 4 rbi's


Week 4 Odds & Dr. C Selections
Apr 14, 2015, 8:24 am

             Game  1
RANGERS    7:5    Mets
Storm        7:5     SCRAPPERS
BATS          6:5    Iron Pigs
CUBS         7:5    Yankees
White Sox   6:5    PIRATES
G'HOPPERS 6:5    Tigers
M'DOGS      8:5    A's
KNIGHTS    6:5    Dodgers

              Game  2
METS          7:5   Indians
Rangers      7:5   SCRAPPERS
I PIGS        8:5   G'hoppers
CUBS         6:5   Bats
W SOX       6:5    Knights
STORM       7:5   R'hounds
YANKEES     6:5   Tigers
Dodgers      6:5   A'S
M'DOGS      8:5   Pirates

              Game  3
I PIGS        8:5   Yankees
TIGERS       6:5   Cubs
R'HOUNDS  7:5   Scrappers
Bats           6:5   G'HOPPERS
Rangers      6:5   INDIANS
METS          6:5   Storm
DODGERS    6:5   M'dogs
KNIGHTS    7:5   Pirates
W SOX        7:5   A's

               GOW
INDIANS     6:5   R'hounds

Dr. C Selections:
Rangers, Storm, I Pigs, Yankees, Pirates, Tigers, M'dogs, Knights
Mets, Rangers, I Pigs, Cubs, Knights, Storm, Yankees, Dodgers, M'dogs
I Pigs, Cubs, R'hounds, Bats, Rangers, Mets, Dodgers, Knights, W Sox
GOW- R'Hounds
Last Week : 10-8
YTD:           32-22   !!! (Excellent Start)


Captains Corner Article of the Week - See others at the Link to the Left
Apr 13, 2015, 10:31 pm

The Muckdog's swept, beating Unell's Bats 20-2 and London's Scrappers 9-3, to move into a first place tie in Division 1.

In the opener, the Muckdogs hit up and down the line-up with every player getting at least one hit and every player scoring. Scott Ulick's off-season workout program paid dividends with his getting 2 hits, including a double over the outfielders' heads. The second game was pitcher's dual between Muckdog's ace, Sean Greeley, and Scrapper's ace, John Burke. The Muckdogs broke open a 1-1 tie in the 4th, scoring 4, with a walk by Steven Shiller and singles by Todd LeCocq, JJ Eusay, Robert Reighter, Eli Gershenson, and Doug Storm.  In the 6th, the Muckdogs scored 4 more, with Steven Shiller leading off with a home run, then singles Sean Greeley, Jake Ledkins, JJ Eusay, and Robert Reighter, followed by an RBI by Eli Gershenson.

Doug Storm ended his holdout and gave a spark to both the offense and the defense. Sean Greeley pitched two great games, only letting up a total of 5 runs, and the Muckdogs' defense was solid in both games including a great running catch by outfielder Dustin Madlock.

Leading hitters on the day were Player of the Week candidate JJ Eusay 6-7, 2 2Bs, 4 runs, 3 RBIs, plus playing great defense at 4 positions (2B, 3B, LF and SS); Doug Storm 4-6, 2 2Bs, 2 runs, 3 RBIs; Travis Massey 4-6, run, RBI; Sean Greeley 4-7, 4 runs, 2 RBIs; Robert Reighter 4-7, 2 runs, 7 RBIs; Eli Gershenson 4-7, 3 runs, 3 RBIs; and Jake Ledkins 3-6, 4 runs, 3 RBIs, and Steven Shiller 3-6, HR, 4 runs.


Captain's Corner Highlight Article - See more recaps by clicking on the link to the left
Apr 8, 2015, 2:31 pm

In the first game vs Roths Indians both teams had serious issues starting right into the sun on field 2. Super Sub Sam Struthers opened up with a double and consecutive hits from Barry Hersh/Justin Toone/David Shaw plated 2 runs. The bottom of the 1st was a rough inning with the Indians plating 8 runs and taking a commanding lead. Down 6 runs the bottom of the order Eddie Tann & Dennis Shaw got big 2 out hits before the top of the order cashed them in.  Mets played tremendous defense the rest of the way highlighted by Loren Jaffe's diving stop at 1b to save at least 2 runs.  Michael Barth was terrific on the mound allowing 3 runs over 5 innings shutting down the Indians potential comeback Down buy 1 run in the Top of the 5th the Mets exploded for 6 runs highlighted by back to back doubles by Toone & David Shaw followed by hits from by Barth/Jaffe/Kravitz/Enda/Roberts. We added some insurance runs in the 6th and won 19-10.

Game 2 vs Sanchez Rockhounds

Rockhounds opened with 3 in the top of the 1st and the Mets came storming back with 5 highlighted by Kyle Kravitz's over the fence HR on field 5 with no wind. The hounds came back with a few good innings of their own and took the lead but key at bats from Tann & Dennis Shaw turned the lineup over and allowed the top of the order to cash in and we held off a late rally to win 11-9.

Special Thanks to Super Sub Sam Struthers who was a perfect 7-7 on the day and played tremendous defense in LCF. 

POW Justin Toone who was also perfect on the day going 5-5 with BB & SAC with 2 2b's with 4 Runs and 5 RBI's.

Other stars included Barry Hersh who went 4-6 with a BB, 4 R & 3 RBI; David Shaw 5-6 with 2 2b's, BB, 4 Runs and 5 RBI


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