Joe Godsy Division
Parkview Scorpions 17 4 .810 300 162
St. Anselm 11 9 .550 204 200
Clems 8 10 .444 182 178
Pete's Candy Store 6 12 .333 164 205
Roebling Sports Club 14 5 .737 225 162
Loggers 12 7 .632 247 185
Gibson 6 12 .333 172 236
AT All-Stars 6 12 .333 154 247
Joe Fashion Division
Echo Bravo 12 8 .600 246 173
The Gutter 86ers 9 9 .500 198 210
Turkey's Nest 5 13 .278 174 264
Carmine's Bombers 0 18 .000 114 318
Parkview Panthers 17 4 .810 289 196
Kilo Bravo 10 9 .526 261 229
Turkey's Nest Titans 9 9 .500 217 213
The Bedford Yetis 9 10 .474 231 200


Championship Sunday - Sep 26
11:00 St. Anselm @ Parkview Scorpions 1
Echo Bravo @ Parkview Panthers 2
3:00 Parkview Scorpions @ Parkview Panthers 2

Last Week's Results

Championship Sunday - Sep 26
St. Anselm4 @ Parkview Scorpions 9
Echo Bravo7 @ Parkview Panthers 9
Parkview Scorpions10 @ Parkview Panthers 5

Week 7 – Recap

Tue, May 10, 2011

Mamas, both new and old, crowded McCarren Park this Mother’s day. Whether it be to meet the grandkids, show-off their little ones (or for them), or to just spend some good old-fashioned family time…there were Mommies-a-plenty on the benches on Sunday. That, mixed with a bright, sunny day, projected a warm, fuzzy feel for the WSL family this weekend. (Either that or I had a few too many.)

@11am: As predicted by Andy Mac, the Gibson/Good Co match-up was not worth rolling out of bed for, mainly because a few of the Gibson players took his advice, as well, and they could barely field a team. The Gibson bats didn’t even show-up until the beer did around the 7th. They went down hard to those Pink Ladies who were struttin’ it up in their new uni’s. Despite a damn-good performance from LeeAnn @ short, Good Co caught an easy ride to 3rd place or so in the North. Andy Mac 1 for 1.

With my back to 86ers vs Reel 2 Reel on field 2 I missed out on what I hear was a good game, so I am sincerely grateful to the ump who was the only one to come through with a recap. And I quote, “I can say that it was laughter until 2nd Chance went apeshit in the ninth. It took a diving outfield catch to secure the victory for Reel. Without that catch, Second Chance would have won.” Andy Mac 1 for 2.

@1PM: I finally met those Turkey’s Teachers!!! And they were a pretty sweet bunch of guys and gals, until they got frustrated with Stryker’s cocky batting-style. The Teachers go down swinging and award Clems with their FIRST WIN ON THE SEASON! Congrats to Breeze with a hit every at bat and for even making some plays in the field!! Including a huge fly-out relay to the plate for the double play to end the 8th up a run. Clem’s 2B Leia helped her team out by slapping in a 2 RBI double in the 7th and they now sit at 1 – 5 in the South. Andy Mac 1 for 3.

Heading back over to field 1, Spike Hill took on those 3 Kings we keep talking about. It was actually pretty damn close with 3K tying it up in the 6th. But then O’Malley, shaking in his cleats, quickly grabbed his iPhone4 and sold a Demarini Stadium bat on CL and then Pay-Pal’ed the proceeds to the SavA Tree Foundation. Just in time…an outfield tree made a game saving play to rob Matt (not No Times) of a home run that he gets sometimes to hand Spike Hill their 6th straight win. AndyMac 2 for 4.

@3pm: Jordisco got the 3 O’Clock slot rolling, by claiming and setting-up on the “Good Bench” by the big tree in Field II before the ninth inning of the previous contest even came to a close. Unfortunately, there was an early inning game delay with the WSL INJURY OF THE SEASON: DLo, running back full-speed for a play on a pop-up from Shafer, got Run-The-Fuck-Over by the Toolan Express, coming in with Black Betty-Beating speed to try and snatch a hit from opposite field. She had to miss the rest of the game to fix her girly grill.

But no worries, DLo being the most bad-ass baller-ette in the league was back on the scene talkin’ smack before the day was done. It was truly inspirational, and her badassness will be on the fields next weekend to accept James’ heartfelt apologies (and multiple Big Buds on him of course). Her team, flustered, lost yet another and The Nest is looking pretty, up in the top three of the North. Andy Mac 2 for 5.

In the Terrorist Cat Game of the Week: Black Betty and The Soft Spot Yetti’s faced off in a rematch of last year’s playoff battle. Not much to say other than Black Betty started out slow due to Bob Dylan’s “Rainy Day Woman” on the boombox. Once they switched up the music and put on Pearl Jam’s “Ten” there was no hope for Pizza & Co. The Betty dropped black rain on the Yetti’s, scoring in every inning except one for a final score of 20-7. AndyMac 2 for 6.

@5pm: As the 5PM slots finally got underway, the 11AM teams that were still milling about, soaking up the last of the sun, were spilling more Turkey’s brew than consuming it at this point.

But more importantly…RBar got their recap in on time!!!

RBar Bum, Rich Formatto, with a recap almost too good to mess with says: “They say hitting is contagious, well someone call the doctor ’cause the RBar bats have been sickly! Six games into the season and the Bums have the second lowest run total in the league.  55 runs scored.  This is extremely bizarre since the Rbar has been in the top 3 in runs scored the last three seasons.” Anyway, this was a pitchers duel with both teams playing solid D…RBar turning a record 4 double plays! Allstars were still-up 6-4 in the 8th when they gave up a run to cut the lead to just one, but then GBlack made a sweet stop on a grounder up the middle to end the inning. In the 9th the AT ringleader, Scott, decided he was going to end this one himself and snagged both a pop-up & a ground-out to secure AT’s 2nd straight win, elevating them up and into that 4 run tied-for-first thing in the South. AndyMac couldn’t put money on this one, so he sat this one out.

In The Pete’s/Doza battle, I sorta remember Pete’s being down 7 or so in the 7th on Field A (I’m kidding…I was incapable of retaining any information by this point) but news has it that Pete’s came alive in those late innings and strung some singles together. By the bottom of the 9th, The Candymen turned a 3 run deficit into extra innings, all tied up at 14. The 10th passed without incident, but then in the waning light the Commish promptly hit a solo blast to put ‘Doza up by one. Pete’s, needing to score desperately to redeem the fruits of their late inning efforts, sliced a liner down the right field line for a dramatic walk-off home run!! AndyMac 2 for 7 (which is .280 for those keeping track at home).

Well, if there’s one thing we learned this week, it’s that AndyMac is a much better ump than a bookie. Hopefully you didn’t go to him for Kentucky Derby advice! Have a great week and hit us back on Friday for the preview as we look to finish-off Round one of our inner division play.



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