Joe Godsy Division
Parkview Scorpions 7 1 .875 131 61
McCarren Hotel Titans 7 1 .875 110 66
St. Anselm 3 4 .429 76 57
Turkey's Nest AT 2 6 .250 61 82
Parkview Suzies 6 1 .857 71 48
The Bedford Yetis 4 4 .500 73 109
Pete's Candy Store 2 6 .250 81 102
Turkey's Nest 0 8 .000 26 130
Joe Fashion Division
Gibson 6 2 .750 102 60
Roebling Sports Club 6 2 .750 115 73
Clems 4 3 .571 81 67
The Gutter 86ers 1 6 .143 42 103
Kilo Bravo 5 2 .714 84 43
Echo Bravo 5 2 .714 94 52
Loggers 2 6 .250 68 94
Carmine's Bombers 1 7 .125 50 118



Last Week's Results

Week 08 - May 22
Parkview Scorpions16 @ Gibson 13
Loggers10 @ The Bedford Yetis 11
Pete's Candy Store8 @ Echo Bravo 25
Turkey's Nest6 @ Kilo Bravo 29
Carmine's Bombers6 @ Parkview Suzies 16
Turkey's Nest AT11 @ Clems 18
McCarren Hotel Titans14 @ The Gutter 86ers 6
St. Anselm3 @ Roebling Sports Club 4

Week 3- Preview

Fri, Apr 19, 2013

Although the start of our season got sabotaged by the NYC Parks Department (in dumping 4 giant mounds of dirt dead smack in the middle of both infields) and Mother Nature (refusing to admit it’s mid-April), nothing will stop our league from rumbling onto Week #3. The fields should be in pristine(ish) condition and the stage will be set for a great slate of games. We know nothing can scratch that softball itch like the WSL, but if it starts to burn you might want to get that checked out by a doctor…


Field 1: TNT vs. Soft Spot (Shortz)

Are you tired yet of the educational puns, Teachers? Because I sure am! SO instead I implore you to give us more content, with an open Haiku:

Now, on to the preview! The two winners of week 1 will open the day with their match-up. Toolan’s still out for the next month or so which blows for the Yetis, but perhaps Pizza’s nephew Joey can pick up the slack? Pressure is on, Nephew Pizza.

Field #2: Pete’s vs. Black Betty (GBlack)

the good ol’ days?

Two of the original WSL franchises square off in the early game. These two teams have been around so long they remember when it was hookers instead of hipsters walking down Bedford Ave, sweet raves in abandoned warehouses where luxury condos now stand and getting the good drugs by the waterfront instead of purchasing them in legit drug stores….ohhhh what glorious times those truly were.

With both teams dropping their tough fought openers, they look to avoid starting the season on a losing streak. Starting the 2013 0-2 would not be a good idea in a very competitive South Division. Will Ian and The Orange Candy Eater’s offense finally wake up and realize the season has started? And how will The Betty defense play without their field general Holland? Get your hungover asses out there early and find out!


Field #1: Turkey’s Nest vs. AT Allstars (GBlack)

Based off their opening day outings, the two squads look to be early contenders for the North Division crown. AT’s offense seems to be purring smoothly early on with 21 runs under their belt. However, the Nesters looked to be in mid-season form after a well played game against the Bowlers behind solid pitching from Zac and stingy defense from the Boys of Summer (JLouis, Schafer & Jake).

now with more disco!

Also, a bet has been made between the two managers. If the TN lose, Jordan Disco will shave his beloved beard that gives him a distinguishing look while hiding his true perverse intentions. If AT lose, Gerald will shave all of his body hair… all of it!! But here is the kicker- We know exactly who wins this game, we are 100% sure. How? Well we time traveled of course! And brought back a visual evidence of the outcome.


Field #2: Good Co. vs. Loggers (Shortz)

I was going to load this one up with lumberjack puns, but since the Loggers are playing Good Company, I’ll hold off since it’ll be A LOVER’S BATTLE!!!!! Between Brenner and Cesar? Close, I’m talking about Monsieur Mike V. of the Pinks and Mademoiselle Jennifer 10 of the Loggers. The competition will morph these two off-the-field heroes into bloodthirsty villains on the pitch. I suspect there’ll be one-sided hair pulling, below the belt insults, and lots of make up…drinking. Just try not to hump too much on the field between innings. This applies to Brenner and Cesar, as well.


Field #1: Brooklyn Bowl vs. Reel to Reel (Shortz)

tell the tent pole story again!

The last time Reel to Reel were meant to play the Bowlers, it was for a scrimmage at the end of last season. The result? Both teams showed up with skeleton crews, immediately lost interest in playing and opted to watch football instead. I wonder if this Sunday’s meet up will instill the same amount of “intensity”? I can just picture both teams bailing on the game, opting instead to sit Indian-style  around Godsy and have him lull us into mid-afternoon siestas with tales of his latest off-the-field adventures.

Field #2: Gibson vs. 2nd Chance (GBlack)

last place team gets their souls eaten

This 3 pm-er finds two win-less teams starving for victory and looking to stay out of the Northern basement. Who knows what lives down there? The Gibson had a strong first showing, pounding out 13 runs vs a pretty solid Allstars’ defense. Can their bats still be warmed up after last week’s cancellation? And Yo! Al “All Bizzness” Buttah!!!! Let’s get them sticks going? WTF!!!! Even in a loss, the 86’ers did hold the Spike Hillers to only 10 runs, which a strong defense keep you in most games.


Field #1: Spike Hill vs. Clemerica (Shortz)

As the sun sets on the horizon, The Spike Hillians will face off against Team Clemerica on field 1. Greg Todd will amp up for battle with his pre-game music by Greg Todd and the Jackoffs.

You may have your super army, Spike Hill, but do NOT sleep on the Battleship!(unless you’ve taken your Dramamine). They are not fucking around this year! Laugh now, O’Mallery et al, but they might just rip your heads off and mount them on spikes. Also…don’t make bets with them.

Field #2: 3 Kings vs. Rbar (GBlack)


3 Kings visits Rbar in an intriguing match-up to finish off Week 3. The Masochistic Majesties got a few dents in their crowns in a back and forth grudge match with the Yetis on opening day. Rbar, still feeling good about their workmanship win over last year’s Champs, looking to steer clear of the dreaded .500 mark at all this season. 3 Kings have only faced The Bums twice in the past few years, once 2009 and again in 2010, both resulting in loses for the Kings.  Perhaps now that they reside in same division, some familiarity will help snap that streak. These two teams combined for 6 HR’s in Week 1. Mikey Black is the hottest hitting Bum and Joey Tome leads 3 Kings in HR’s.

Now that the fields are back in use, let’s try this whole contest thing again!

Guess the combined # of HRs for this game!

And I (Gerald) will buy you two free Turkey Nest beers next week. First one to FB comment the right answer wins!


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