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POW Barry Epstein & ROW Brian Ortega
Jun 18, 2013, 12:51 pm

Barry lead his Royals to a sweep and Brian produced yet another strong day supporting the Bulls!

Royals: POW:  Barry Epstein 6 – 8, 6 Runs, 4 RBI, 4 2B, HR

Barry pitched two quality games, winning both!  His stellar day included flawless defense at pitcher, four doubles, and a homerun for an overall slugging percentage of 1.625!

 Bulls: POW -- Jack Borenstein -- 2 bb's, sac, 1b & clutch 2b in 5 plate appearances

Sea Dogs POW- Travis Levay-  5-6 1-2b 1-HR (inside the park) 1-BB 2 runs and 5- rbi's and solid defense in RF

Owlz pow goes to John Burke who went 6/7 in the Owlz split. John had 3 singles, 1 double, 2 triples, 4 runs scored, and 7 RBI on the day.
The PLAYER OF THE WEEK for the Pirates was DARREN KAMMER -

5 hits in 6 at-bats including a 2B hit + 1 Walk and 2 RBI's and 2 Runs scored -
Darren also pitched a 17-2 gem against the highly favored Storm team.
Owlz row goes to Richard Smith who went 5/6 on the day. Richard had 4 singles, a sac fly and a double with 3 runs and 3 RBI in front of his daughter on fathers day!

 Indians this week is Michael Weber

 
Michael went 3-5 with 3 singles.
Riverdogs:

Player of the week: Tom Cross, 6-6 plus a walk, scored twice, hit a
double, tagged Jett Serrett out at home on rundown, scored game winning
run in extra innings.

Rookie of the week: Jason Raofpur, 4-5 plus walk and sac fly, scored
twice, legged out a triple, one pitch walk set up game winner

Muckdogs Player of the Week – Ki Bays – 3-run walk-off homer in bottom of the ninth in game 1, 4-7 overall playing through injury, 2 runs, 4 RBIs. Led Muckdogs to their 4th sweep in a row.
Bulls: ROW -- Brian Ortega -- 5 for 6 2 fence HR's ( one a grand slam) 8 rbi's.

Royals: ROW:  Rich Johnson  6 – 8, 4 Runs, 6 RBI, 2-Run Fence HR

Rich turned in a stellar day at the plate and a spectacular day in the field.  He made multiple defensive gems in left centerfield, but the one that stands out the most was his spectacular over-the-shoulder catch near the wall in left centerfield in the bottom of the sixth that robbed Richard Smith of extra bases, and saved at least two runs.


Penultimate Week Odds & Dr. C Selections
Jun 18, 2013, 10:49 am

                  Game  1
SCRAPPERS    8:5    Pirates
YANKEES         6:5    Wahoos
SEADOGS       8:5    Reds
STARS              9:5    Indians
OWLS              6:5    Bulls
Riverdogs       6:5    ROYALS
Angels             7:5    RED SOX
Jays                 8:5    STORM

                    Game  2
ANGELS          8:5    Royals
WAHOOS       6:5    Scrappers
Seadogs         7:5    INDIANS
REDS              7:5    Yankees
Stars               6:5    RANGERS
M'DOGS        11:5  Pirates
R'DOGS           7:5   Bulls
Jays                  3:1   Red Sox
STORM            7:5   Owls

                     G O W
Muckdogs      6:5   RANGERS

Dr. C Selections:
Game 1: Scrappers, Wahoos, Seadogs, Stars, Owls, R'dogs, Angels, Jays
Game 2: Angels, Scrappers, Seadogs, Reds, Stars, M'dogs, R'dogs, Jays, Storm
GOW:  Rangers 11-9 (Upset)
Last Week:  10-8
YTD:              98-82


Games are off
Jun 9, 2013, 5:43 am

Due to inclement weather, this week's games have been cancelled


Home Run Contest
Jun 8, 2013, 6:15 pm

Here are the rules:
5 $ entry fee
Many free entries will be won at the GOW
All money will be used for water at the contest & All Star game June 30th at 11 AM
Each contestant will have 5 outs before they are retired
Declining to swing at a pitch is NOT an out
Any swing where the ball does not travel over the fence, fair, for a HR, is an out
To participate- you MUST have hit at least 1 HR during this season upon submitting your name
You may choose any one willing to pitch to you during the contest
The bats must be certified for our league
The balls must be certified for our league
If more than 1 person is tied for the lead after every one has had their turn, then there will be another round between those tied, with each participant given 5 outs again
The Winner will receive a trophy at the December breakfast with all the other awards!
Thanks!


Jays / Indians 1st Flexed GOW 2013 & Free Fall Entry and HR contest entries
Jun 6, 2013, 6:35 pm

1 Free Fall Player for players attending the game
Selected after the 2nd inning
and free HR Contest entries-5 of them- selected after the 4th inning for players there

"Here we go again…another GOW…another easy walk in the park for the Baby Jays. We toyed with the Indians last week and let them stay in the game till we decided to put it away. Their LCF…Tommy Appalachian needs to really work on getting in shape…always hurt…maybe he needs to try crossfit or something. And their 3B Pancho Sanchez or something like that worries me…seems like a dirty player…I worry about my Safety since he doesn’t play Kleen.  They also have some little guy running around in a mask…who is he hiding from? Should be another scalping of the Indians for the Baby Jays."

-Sean Greeley

"When it comes to beating the Jays, just like their Oklahoma casinos, the Indians will find no dice.  And if they try to beat a throw home, their trip back to the dugout will give a whole new meaning to "Trail of Tears".
 -Sam Jones
 
"I am looking forward to the GOW being my return to the field after my injury. The captain asked all of us when he drafted us for 12 Indian scalps..and he wants his scalps!!! I shall collect or it's the bucket of shame for me. We must not upset the Baby J. "

-Daniel "Fancy Pants" Buhrow


Sam Struthers and Anthony Saccal POW & ROW !
Jun 4, 2013, 1:27 pm

Many superb performances but we recognize Sam Struthers leading the 1st place Jays to a sweep and Anthony Saccal fueling the charging Scrappers to a key sweep this week!
Riverdogs:  POW: Seth Kaufman, 4-6, 2 doubles, scored 2 of our 8 runs
Jays:  POW = Sam Struthers 7-7 with 3 HRs, 8 RBIs, 2 doubles, SAC, BB and great defense in LCF
Scrappers:  POW is Aaron Nutt - Aaron had 10AB with 7 singles and 2 doubles. 5 RBI's.  Good fielding and all around good effort!!

Pirates: The PLAYER OF THE WEEK Today was "DAN FELDMAN" - Here are his stats -At Bats - 7 Hits - 7 Runs - 2 RBI's - 2
Wahoos:  POW Harlan Davis  4-7 with 3 2bs.  Shut down D in LCF
Reds: Rob Zane - 6 for 8, 2B, 3 R, 3 RBI (excellent defense in LCF - battling the sun on field 2)
Yankees:  Pow/Row Jonathan Braun 5 for 7 one double 2 rbi's and three fans in the stands!
Stars:  POW: Darius Wu - 9/8/8/7 with a BB, 2B, (2)3B & (2)HR coupled with his typical excellent defense
Rangers:
POW-Scott Lawrence-6/6, 3 BB’s, 7 runs, 3 2B’s, and 6 RBI’s
Royals:
  POW:  Rich Johnson  5 – 7, 4 Runs, 7 RBI, 2B, 3-Run Fence HR, 2-Run Fence HR
Muckdogs:
POW – Elliott Goodman, 6-8, HR, 2B, 3 runs, 2 RBIs, great fielding in LCF leading the Muckdogs to their 3rd sweep in a row.
Indians: Mark Phares, Mark went 7-7 with 4 singles, 2 doubles, a triple, 3 Runs scored, and 3 RBI's.

Jett Sarrett-  5-6 1-2b, 2-HR's (one fence clearing)with 3 runs and 5 RBI's 

Royals:  ROW:  Justin Toone  4 – 6, 4 Runs, 5 RBI, 3B, 2-Run Fence HR

Rangers:  ROW-Tony Martin 5/7, BB, 2 3B’s, 1 2B, 3 runs, and 7 RBI’s
Stars: ROW: Brad Parr - 8/2/6/2 with a (2)2B and flawless play in RF
Reds: ROW  Greg Oetzmann - 4 for 5, 2 2B, BB, 2 R, 5 RBI
Wahoos: ROW Martin Sopher 4-7 with 2 2bs.  Great play at 2B
Kyle Wall-  3-5 with 1 run and 1 rbi
Scrappers: ROW is Anthony Saccal - Anthony had 10AB with 2 singles 1 double and 2 triples. 2 RBI's.  Great standing catches in RF today and great all around effort.   
Jays: ROW = Jeff Radnoff 6-9 with 12 RBIs, 1 HR, 1 3B, and some amazing scoops at 1B
Riverdogs ROW: newcomer Jason Raofpur made two diving catches as catcher, also a nice catch in RCF and beat out an infield single in his Shalom League debut

Week 10 Odds & Dr. C Selections
Jun 3, 2013, 1:37 pm

                  Game  1
STORM      8:5     Pirates
R'DOGS      9:5     Red Sox
Reds           7:5     ROYALS
WAHOOS   8:5    Owls
M'DOGS     8:5    Rangers
STARS         11:5   Yankees
SCRAPPERS 7:5   Bulls
ANGELS       6:5   Seadogs
                 
                  Game  2
BULLS         8:5    Red Sox
JAYS            7:5    Rangers
YANKEES    6:5    Storm
INDIANS    7:5    Scrappers
Reds           6:5    PIRATES
M'DOGS    8:5    Wahoos
OWLS        7:5    Royals
SEADOGS  8:5    R'dogs
STARS        8:5    Angels

                 GOW
Jays            6:5    INDIANS

Dr. C Selections:
Game 1:  Storm, R'dogs, Reds, Wahoos, Rangers, Stars, Scrappers, Angels
Game 2:  Bulls, Jays, Storm, Scrappers, Pirates, M'dogs, Owls, Seadogs, Stars
GOW:    Jays 14-11
Last Week:  11-7
YTD:             88-74


Jays/ Pirates GOW & Free Food courtesy of Corner Bakery
May 29, 2013, 4:13 pm
 The Jays of David Buhrow and my Pirates are developing a good
rivalry even during David's first year as a springtime captain.

In our 1st encounter this year, we managed to squeak out a 6-5 victory.

In our 2nd game, the Jays won 13-10 with a lot of tension in our final
at-bat. We had 2 outs and runners at 2nd and 3rd with our clean-up hitter,
Dan Feldman, coming to bat. Dan hit a line shot that appeared to be
heading for the fences, and LCF Sam Struthers came from out of nowheres
to grab the ball as it almost touched the ground, and that was the
final out.

The Pirates are out to redeem themselves and, although David is a fine
young man, nothing must deter our desire to destroy his team on Sunday
in the rubber game of our 3 game series.

SKIPPER BOB"Definitely looking forward to the GOW…but isn’t there a height requirement for the league? I mean with Mitch…Cody…Brandon…Rick and Skipper Bob the team couldn’t ride any rides at 6 Flags…and with Darren “thank goodness for the a hurricane wind behind my home run” Kammer pitching it should be a pretty easy and convincing win for the Baby Jays" -Sean Greeley
 
 Finally, the Baby Jays get a GOW under the bright lights on field 1 and it's our divisional rubber match with the unpredictable Pirates.  The fans are really going to get what they pay for in this one.  It's tough to prepare when you're not sure which Pirates squad we'll face--they have more subs than the Russian Navy. The Jays--we have deep depth.  I'm hoping the Peg Legs will be looking past us in their quest to win out and salvage their season; we'll send them back to Davy Jones' Locker.  May the best team win!  -Kelly Alexander
 
"I know we're playing the butt pirates, but we're going to coming at their faces hard! Rock HARD!" - Chis Bichler
 
"The game of the week is a great tradition in our league and as a player I have always looked forward to the extra prestige and pressure it brings.  This will be my first GOW as a Captain and I am truly honored to have a chance to beat the legend himself Skipper Bob."  - Baby J
 
Please let your players (and their families Know) that there will be 400+ mini muffins/ bundt bites and lemonade/ coffee available at 11 AM at GOW Plus free coupons passed out. Thank you Edward Jamison and Corner Bakery,

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