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Yankees at Royals
Apr 12, 2012, 2:01 pm

This week's game of the week brings two second place 3-3 teams together to settle a score.

"My team is the most fit, athletic, best looking unit out there."
--Lary Farin, Yankees

"My 10th year in the league and this will be a lot of fun."
--Alan Chernov, Yankees

"Love being in the league, and the Game of the Week is an added attraction. I want more W's and Runs than any other team."
--Barry Epstein, Yankees

"We have a jelling team and we have a lot of fun. This game is big in the division and I love the Game of the Week concept."
--Larry Lachman, Royals

"I'm having a lot of fun and enjoying the season with great expectations."
--Michael Barth, Royals

"I love this league and the many aspects of players, teams, and ideas. Being in a Game of the Week is a fun idea and an opportunity to meet other players."
--Jeremy Pease, Royals

Dr. C picks the Royals to pay back the Yankees for the lopsided overall history. Check out the odds this week too.


PoW/RoW Week 3
Apr 4, 2012, 10:18 am

Player of the Week- BRANDON STRULL who was 5 for 6 including a DOUBLE AND A TRIPLE and 5 RBI's and great plays in the outfield along with a very strong throwing arm

Rookie of the Week- Brock Treece, 6-6, 3 runs, 1 RBI. Key defensive play throwing out a runner at 3B from LCF.

Red Sox    -John Miller  4-5, 2 walks, 4 runs, 2 rbi's, 2 winning games pitchimg
POW -- Muckdogs- sub Steven McNeill, 5-8, 2 2Bs, outstanding defense at SS, part of 5 (guessing at that number) double plays on defense

POW- Blue Claws-Sean Greeley for the day…5-6 3 runs, 1 rbi, 1-2b…had perfect game into the 5th inning of game 2.

Giants- Scott Ulick 5-5 1Run 1 RBI 1SF

Scrappers - My POW is Nick Milton who went 6-8, 4 Rs 4 RBIs

POW- Rangers-JJ Eusay -4/6-2B, 3 Runs, 4 RBI’s, 

Thresher's nomination Eddie Davis as their POY for April 1, 2012.  Eddie scored both games for the Threshers (in the scorebook)

Mets pow- jon banta  4-6, 2 BB, 2 2Bs  great pitching and defense all day long

Royals- Bill Walter as POW was 6 - 7, 6 Runs, 2 RBI, BB, 3B

Indians  POW was Marc Biesman.  Marc went 5-6 with a double

Yankees- Alan Taper 5 for 5 as POW

Bees POW -  Brian Elliott 4 for 5 (prior 4 game hitless streak)

PoW -Rivercats- Manny Madrigal 4-5, 2B, BB, 3 Rs 4 RBIs. Great pitching, outfield defense.

RoW -Rivercats- Taylor Cross 4-6, 3 RBIs.

Bees ROW - Tommy Garber 4 for 6, 1 run, 1 RBI, excellent LCF defense

Yankees-  James Lee ROW 2-5 with a double

Indians  ROW was Michael Weber.  Michael went 3-6.

Royals- Jett Serrett as ROW was 4 - 8, 3 Runs, 1 RBI, 2B, HR
 
mets row- chris coffman  4 hits, 1 sf   several keys snags at 1B to key game 1 win vs Indians

ROW- Rangers- Tim Williams-3/6- HR and 4 RBI’s

ROW- Blue Claws  Jeremy Crum for the day 4-5, 1 run, 2 rbi, had big hit in game one to finish game went 3-3 in game 1


Game of the Week Writeup
Apr 3, 2012, 7:26 am

It was a family affair in our 11:00am Game of the Week. 

London's Scrappers traveled to Fenway Park to take on Miller's Red Sox.
The Scrappers had the brothers Goodman (Jeff and Elliott), the Nutts (father Danny and son Aaron) and the Londons (Captain Brad and missing Papa Murray). Matt Rakofsky was facing father Paul whom he hadn't beaten in three years. Paul Rakofsky and Nick Milton are related as well but let's get to the game.
The Scrappers scored three in the top of the first but the Red Sox plated two, then five and two more to take a 9-5 lead thru 3 innings. Greeley and Hauk were doing the wave in the stands when the Scrappers scraped across 4 in the 4th and three in the sixth to take a commanding 14-10 lead. Aaron Nutt was super human in the comeback with four extra base hits and Randy Vickery hit a bases clearing triple!
The fans were mesmorized by Larry Silverman's play-by-play (and the fact he held free drawings every other inning for prizes) and were waiting to see if the Sox count mount one last comeback.
Jeremy Golden got on to start the 6th followed by a sharp single by Michael Hickey. Robbie "don't call me Ben" Franklin tripled to right to score two. Matt Rakofsky singled off his famous father and you could cut the tension with a knife. After Nick Anderson's popup, Rony Batagower single and Captain John Miller's fourth straight hit knotted the game at 14. Eli Gershenson wasted no time and drilled a single up the middle to score Rony with the game winning run! Final 15-14 Red Sox win a Classic game which can be seen in its entirety on ESPN 8 (The Ocho) tonight at midnight.
Sox Sluggers today:
John Miller 4 for 4 with 2 big RBI's
Matt Rakofsky, Michael Hickey and Rony Batagower each went 3 for 4 in a winning effort
Scrappers Standouts:
Aaron Nutt 4 for 4 fence clearing HR, 3B, two doubles and 5 RBI's
Nick Milton 3 for 4
Randy Vickery 2 for 4 and 3 Huge RBI's with his triple

This week's Game of the Week
Mar 30, 2012, 7:38 am

This week's game of the week features the 3-1 Red Sox hosting the 1-3 Scrappers. The Red Sox are coming off their first loss, however, while the Scrappers are coming off their first win... will these streaks continue? Or will the Red Sox add on to their winning record?

"I truly enjoy this team with a great deal of family connections... our defense has been strong. The offense will improve."
--Brad London, Scrappers

"Strong defense has been our calling card. It's a pleasure playing with my brother Jeff."
--Elliot Goodman, Scrappers

"The Game of the Week is a fabulous idea, I am absolutely thrilled to be in it. I enjoy playing with my dad again."
--Aaron Nutt, Scrappers

"I am excited about the way our team is shaping up. It looks like the feature game will be a nice addition providing some social interaction after a morning on the diamond."
--John Miller, Red Sox

"My young son David will enjoy watching me play in the featured game."
--Eli Gershenson, Red Sox

"I like the concept of the featured game where you can get to know the other players in the league on a personal basis."
--Robbie Franklin, Red Sox

Expect a pitching duel this Sunday, with strong defense and tense scoring.


Dr. C makes a reasonable comeback
Mar 28, 2012, 10:40 am

After a horrible week 1, Dr. C managed to get back to .500

 

Not bad. Check out this week's odds and Dr. C picks.


Article of the Week
Mar 26, 2012, 7:26 pm

As crafted by master article-writer, Larry Lachman.

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Thanks to a pair of big first innings, two quality starts from pitcher Michael Barth, and stellar defense, the Royals swept their doubleheader over Tann’s Tigers and Hauf’s Giants on Sunday. Barth finished the doubleheader with a 4.0 ERA, scored 4 runs, and drove in 6.

The Royals defeated the Tigers 12 – 3 in the opener. In the top of the first, Barth was able to get out of a bases loaded jam, yielding only one run. In the bottom of the frame, Larry Lachman keyed a seven-run first inning with a two-run double.   Jett Serrett and Bill Walter led off the bottom of the first with back-to-back doubles. RBI singles by Jeremy Pease and Barth, and Joel Cerefice’s first of two RBI doubles capped the scoring.

With the Tigers threatening in the top of the second, Pease (who play outstanding at shortstop in the doubleheader) fielded a hard smash headed for center field, and turned a nifty 6 – 3 double play.

The Tigers scored two in the third to make it 7 – 3 game, and threatened again in the fourth. After crushing two extra base hits in his first two at-bats, the reigning Rookie of the Week, Sam Struthers, came to the plate in the top of the fourth with runners on first and third and two out. With a base open, the Royals had a conference on the mound to discuss whether to walk Struthers. They decided to pitch to him…carefully, and Barth escaped unscathed when Struthers lined a rocket to left center, but right at the Royals’ left centerfielder, Rob Sosebee.

Barth shut them down the rest of the way.

 

Final

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2

3

4

5

6

R

Tigers

1

0

2

0

0

0

3

Royals

7

0

0

1

4

X

12

The Royals wrapped up their scoring in the game by plating one in the fourth (courtesy of Serrett’s lead off triple to left center), and four in the fifth. Lachman, Serrett, Cerefice, and Steve Gadol drove in one run apiece, with Lachman finishing the game with 3 RBIs to lead the Royals.

Game 1 offensive stars

Michael Barth 2 – 2, 2 Runs, 1 RBI, BB
Jett Serrett 3 – 4, 2 Runs, 1 RBI, 2B, 3B
Joel Cerefice 2 – 3, 2 Runs, 2 RBI, 2 2B
Larry Lachman 1 – 2, 3 RBI, 2B

The nightcap saw the Royals victorious, 14 – 5 over the Giants. As they did in the first game, the Royals started off strong. In what was almost a mirror image of the first inning of game 1, Serrett and Walter led off the bottom of the first with back-to-back doubles. RBI singles by Randy Ransom and Pease plated the first two runs. The big hit of the 6-run inning then came on Barth’s two-run single. Lachman and Cerefice drove in the final two runs. The Giants avoided further damage when their left center fielder, Justin Reed, made a spectacular catch, stretched out almost horizontally just inches off the ground, on a line shot into the gap by Doug Stayman.

Heading to the bottom of the second, still leading 6 – 0, Ransom crushed his first homerun of the year; a mammoth 2-run, fence clearing shot to left center field, to extend the lead to 8 – 0.

 

Final

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2

3

4

5

6

R

Giants

0

0

0

3

0

2

5

Royals

6

2

1

3

0

2

14

After being held scoreless for three innings, the Giants finally solved Barth and scored three runs in the top of the fourth. The Royals answered with three of their own in the bottom half, with the key hit coming on Barth’s huge 2-run triple. Barth capped his stellar day with one more RBI in the sixth, giving him five in the second game, and six for the day. Stayman paced the Royals attack with three hits in game 2.

Game 2 offensive stars

Doug Stayman  3 – 4, 1 Run, 1 RBI
Michael Barth  2 – 4, 2 Runs, 5 RBI, 3B
Randy Ransom  2 – 4, 3 Runs, 2 RBI, 2-Run Fence Homerun
Jett Serrett  2 – 4, 2 Runs, 2 2B
Bill Walter  2 – 4, 1 Run, 1 RBI, 2B
Jeremy Pease  2 – 4, 3 Runs, 1 RBI, 2B
Rob Sosebee  2 – 4, 1 Run, 1 RBI, 2B
Larry Lachman  2 – 4, 1 Run, 1 RBI

"


PoW/RoW Week 2
Mar 26, 2012, 7:23 pm

Jamey Newberg, Threshers, anchored the shutdown defense that won the Threshers both games Sunday.

Jett Serrett, Royals, ignited their sweep going 5-8 and scoring 4 runs with 3 2Bs and a 3B.

Player of the Week nominations: Michael Hickey (Red Sox- 5-7  2 runs), David Tennyson (Yankees- 6-7, 4 rbis, 3 runs, flawless CF), Jeff Ellis (Bees- 5 for 6, 3 runs scored), Kevin White (Owls- 5/7 3 singles, 1 2b, 1 HR. 3 RBI and 3 runs), Wayne Casper (Muckdogs- pitched two masterful games, letting up a total of only 7 runs in the two games (3 earned runs) 4-6 with a 3B, 2B, 2 runs and 2 RBIs), Mark Shuback (Rangers- 4/6 2 runs 2 rbi’s), Dan Feldman (Indians- 6-7 with 6 RBI's and 2 Runs scored), Glenn Mendelsohn (Blue Claws- 7-8 5 runs, 4 rbi, 3-3B, 1 HR), Justin Reed (Giants-  5-6   5 Runs  3 RBI  1- 2b  1 3b), Aaron Nutt (Scrappers- 8 for 8 between both games), Michael Barth (Royals- 4.0 ERA, scored 4 runs, and drove in 6; 5 RBI in game 2), Bob Davis (Rivercats 6-7, 2B, 2 Rs) .

Rookie of the Week nominations: Daniel Buhrow (Giants- 1 H, 1BB  1 R and solid defense at 1B), Tommy Appligian (Blue Claws- 5-8, 3 runs, 3 RBI, 1-2B, 1-3B), Daniel Klevanosky (Indians- 6-8 with  3RBI's and 5 runs scored), Larry Treece (Muckdogs- 3-6 with a 2B, 2 runs and an RBI), Jay Swank (Owls- 3/6 3 singles, 1 run and 2 RBI), Jonathan Tillman (Bees), Taylor Cross (Rivercats 3-6, 3B, rally inciting triple).


Week 2 prewrap
Mar 23, 2012, 6:57 am

This week's game of the week features third year captain John Hauf's Giants against second year captain Scott Sulzer's Indians. After a rough weekend for the Giants, and a split for the Indians, their game should be a good metric for each team to gauge itself and figure out their expectations for the rest of the year.

"Second year as a captain means focusing more on team morale, camaraderie, enjoying my teammates and the regular season. Winning games and getting to the playoffs come along the way."
--Scott Sulzer, Indians

"I would walk through fire to play softball in this league; it is in my blood."
--Mark Biesman, Indians

"I am thoroughly enjoying the league as a rookie, and I hope our team is in many of the flex games as the summer approaches."
--Daniel Klevanosky

"We will be focusing on the basic softball fundamentals, defense and pitching. Our bats will come around."
--John Hauf, Giants

"I appreciate being expected to perform and this team should have a strong season by the end. I am extremely excited about the league."
--Justin Reed, Giants

"I am enthusiastic about the game of the week and the spotlight."
--Darren Kammer, Giants

We'll see if these teams can match the fire that was in last week's game of the week.


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