Standings

Joe Godsy Division
NORTH W L PCT RF RA
Spike Hill 13 6 .684 243 194
Roebling Sports Club 11 8 .579 220 177
Turkey's Nest 9 9 .500 178 199
AT All-Stars 4 14 .222 138 203
 
SOUTH W L PCT RF RA
Gibson 15 4 .789 238 169
St. Anselm 13 6 .684 214 151
R Bar 7 11 .389 175 244
A Bar Runaways 4 14 .222 120 178
 
Joe Fashion Division
NORTH W L PCT RF RA
Clems 13 6 .684 223 171
The Bedford Yetis 10 8 .556 205 207
Loggers 7 11 .389 158 166
The Gutter 86ers 8 11 .421 201 216
 
SOUTH W L PCT RF RA
Kilo Bravo 13 5 .722 233 165
Parkview Scorpions 11 8 .579 215 174
Turkey's Teachers 0 18 .000 132 312
- 1 1 .500 10 17

Schedule

Championship Sunday - Sep 23
11:00 Parkview Scorpions @ Clems 1
Roebling Sports Club @ Spike Hill 2
2:00 North Champion @ South Champion 2

Last Week's Results

Championship Sunday - Sep 23
Parkview Scorpions0 @ Clems 0
Roebling Sports Club0 @ Spike Hill 0
North Champion0 @ South Champion 0

WEEK 5 – PREVIEW

Thu, May 8, 2014

THIS SUNDAY!

10% chance of rain

50% chance of glory

and 100% chance of beer.

Mother’s Day, you say? Well she’s invited, too.

11 am

Field #1: Crown Vic 86ers vs. 3 Kings (Stache)

Francesca vs. Mallory!

My favorite day of the year!  It’s 3 Kings vs 86ers Day, y’all!  You thought I was going to say Mother’s Day, didn’t you?  Although I do love all of Crown Vic’s Moms very deeply *rimshot* this day means so much more than that.  Sunday is the rematch of quite possibly the most epic battle in WSL history!  The 2013 installment of this classic rivalry was the pinnacle of recreational softball excitement, ending with a 3-1 final score and a collective sigh from both dugouts.  The gloves from both teams were legitimately on point in that game and 3Ks scraped  by just enough runs to (not really) earn the victory.

The 86ers picked up their 1st victory of 2014 last week, while the Kings are riding a 3 game unbeaten streak. Leading the league in offense (and offensive behavior), the Kings will look to usurp the Crown from Crown Vic.  Victoria’s 86ers has a nice ring to it, right?  Mayor Al Buttah and Sgt Andre will look to defend their kingdom and titles from Billy “Frank Dux” Gruarin and the rest of the 3 Kings wrecking crew.  Looking forward to a lot of friendly fire in this one and hoping we don’t repeat the most pathetic scoring game in recent WSL memory.

Added bonus:  Lady shortstops Francesca and Mallory will be facing off!

Field #2: R Bar vs. AT United (Stryker)

Don’t hassle the Hoff!! Click me to see my music video!!


WEEK FIVE IS ALIVE LETS ALL GET EXCITED
AS RBAR TAKES ON AT UNITED
WEEK 4 WAS A BORE
AS THE BUMS RAN UP THE SCORE
SPIKE HILL BEAT AT
BY THE SCORE OF 1 +3
IT WAS ONE OF THOSE REAL NAIL BITERS
AS UNITED WENT OUT LIKE TRUE FIGHTERS
WE ‘LL SEE WHATS IN STORE
AS BOTH THESE TEAMS GO TO WAR
WHO WILL START THE ATTACK
BOBBY KNAPP? OR THAT SLIPPERY G-BLACK.
AT WILL ATTACK RBARS FLANK
AS THEY FOLLOW THE CHARGE OF EL DRUNKO TANK
SINGLES, DOUBLES, TRIPLES AND HOMERUNS,
MANY MANY RUNS FOR THE RBAR BUMS
BIG CATCHES AND DP’S
BOTH THESE TEAMS WILL SHOW OFF THEIR BIG D’S
WE’LL SEE WHO WINS AND WE’LL SEE WHO SINS
AS BOTH THESE TEAMS LOOK TO ADD TO THEIR WINS
1 pm
Field #1: Soft Spot vs. Brooklyn Bowl (Stache)
“First team to score 9 runs wins, like every week with Brooklyn Bowl.”  Bowler Pete has a point, but I don’t think the Commish will allow that to be added to the rule book.  After a Week 1 offensive explosion against the Turkey’s Nest, the Bowl has has gone 9-8, 9-8 and 8-9 in their last 3.  The BBs remain in good spirits, after a 2-2 start to the season, but let’s see if that good feeling remains after they see what sort of top-secret shenanigans they are up against this Sunday.  Soft Spot manager Zak hinted that the Yetis are about to launch a “secret weapon” this week.  I tried to get the scoop, but my sources all remained tight-lipped.  I did, however, get one small hint:  “Codeword: Fivel Mousekewitz.”  I don’t know if a giant mechanical Sasquatch is going to get it done in this one Yetis, but I am very intrigued!  In a battle of 2 very evenly-matched teams, sometimes you have to think outside the box to get a win in the WSL!
Field #2: Pete’s vs. Turkey’s Nest (Shortz)
Man, I’d hate to be the next team to face those crazy amazing Nesters, who at full strength scare the bejesus out of me. But that’s exactly what Pete’s Candy Store is tasked with doing. After a dismal start, the Fireballs are climbing their way back, so by no means should the flagship Nest sleep on or even near Pete’s.

I foresee the Candy folk snacking down some non-FDA approved “sweets” throughout the game to maintain a sugar high that rivals a gaggle of One Direction fan girls.

But they don’t have to be the only wack-a-doodles on the field, Nesters. I’d like to put in a formal request for The Boys of Summer to liven it up this game. Is it that hard to add some cartwheels with sparklers to your defense? Give us a show, ya snoozers!

3 pm

Field #1: Good Company vs. Clemerica (Stryker)

As Breeze and I sat in his kitchen launching BBQ sauce filled water balloons at Good Co, We decided its time for a change! It’s time to step up!!!  The new uniforms finally came in and with them a New Clemerica!  Breeze has scheduled a team building seminar this weekend to really put the Battleship back on course.  He has also decided to “smoke up a special treat” for the Pinks that’s sure to extend Cesar’s nap into a full 8 hour REM cycle dead zone. We’ll see ya next week, bud.

 

Good Co. is coming off a win vs. BK Bowl but it seemed to be a controversy filled game that could have went either way.  We used our super spy hearing device to listen in on the Pinks team meeting in Good Co.’s backyard and I gotta tell ya we did not like what we heard.  There was a lot of Stryker sucks”, “he’s over rated”, “Breezes bbq is dry”, “the pitch is just a gimmick”, “I hate having a bar next to where those two live” etc. The other part we didn’t like is how teamlike they were. They seemed to actually enjoy each other’s company, listen to each other, there was no yelling or arguing and they really seemed pumped for this game.  With all the Clemericans back for this matchup I cant help but predict a W for us, cause if we lose again I think Breeze’s beard might spontaneously combust.
Field #2: Black Betty vs. Gibson (Decker)

Kevin never met a runner he wouldn’t wave home.

Black Betty lost the battle of the unbeatens on Sunday, but hope to find relief against the winless Gibson squad on this sunny Mother’s Day.  Gibson, coming off a close loss to the Yetis, look to send the Betties into an early season swoon. These two teams didn’t face each other last season, but with the Commish’s off-season realignment, we all get to play each other at least once.  Perhaps he just wanted a crack at the Gibson.  Speaking of crack, Nice Guy Kev Belz definitely WON’T be coaching third base this week after his spotty decision-making against the Nesters.

Ados has retooled the lineup and thinks this will be the week his team finally keeps an early game lead.  They will rely on focus and determination and hope those brunch mimosas with Mom give them the gusto to take down a worthy adversary.

5 pm

Field #1: Reel2Reel vs. Turkey’s Teachers (Shortz)
Field 1 closes out with the dejected Reelers playing the dejected Teachers. Both teams are feeling lower than a lone pickle in a jar after their respective beat downs last week. I will be absent this week’s festivities, so sadly I won’t be able to exchange “How I Met Your Mother” references with Coach “wait for it” Haz.

As for the teacher puns, I feel like I’ve exhausted them. So instead, I give you Reeler puns.

Now that our team’s back, we reely need to come together. Coach Hogan will be reeling if his heroes don’t pull out a “W”. But let’s be reel. It’s slow pitch softball. There are way more devastating, reel problems in the world. That said, don’t play like fools again, Reel2Reel. For reel.

Field #2: Spike Hill vs. Loggers (Decker)

Let’s see ya chop this down, Loggers

The Loggers have an uphill battle this week when they try to chop down some of O’Malley’s Spikes for the twilight game.  And despite their meager record, the Loggers have shown they can score runs in bunches.  After a pair of gut wrenching losses, they enter the toughest part of their schedule.  But have no fear: Brenner, Patterack and Al have a few tricks up their sleeves to stymie Mo, Dubin and the rest of O’Malley’s semi-pro Hillians.

After losing week 1 to the Bums, Spike Hill has won three consecutive close games.  Their offense is rolling and their defense always performs.  They look to extend their win streak against a Loggers team they haven’t faced in years.  But they better not take this game lightly, because the Loggers are chomping at the bit to take down the reigning champs and show the WSL that they’re for real.

 

 

BLUE’S CLUES

It’s the season 2 premiere!!! Bare witness as Sam dissects a few of our “favorite” WSL rules.

See ya out there,

Toodlers,

The New New Additions

 

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