Standings

Joe Godsy Division
NORTH W L PCT RF RA
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
 
SOUTH W L PCT RF RA
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
NORTH W L PCT RF RA
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
 
SOUTH W L PCT RF RA
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

Schedule

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 13- Recap

Tue, Jul 2, 2013

With everyone back in their friendly (and in some cases not so friendly) divisional homes, the first week of double headers and 10 am (#*!) games have been played. There were a couple of swept teams, ducks beat up some turkeys and the champs get manhandled by Capt. Calves. There is also a new leader sitting on top of the WSL this week and a team that is on a 6-1 hot streak.  Enough with the intro babble, let’s get to the games and see if your name is in bold, so you can feel like a real man/woman.

10:00 & 12:00

Field #1: Rbar vs. Turkey’s Teachers (GBlack)

Will win games 4 booze

Rbar stands alone and the #1 team in the league as of this week. They are on a 6 game winning streak, they have done it with the long ball (13 homeruns, 3rd highest) and with small ball (5-2 W vs. AT). They faced an inspired group of Teacher’s in the first game of their twin bill.  The game went into the 12th inning, where TNT had multiple chances to take the game in the 9th, 10th and 11th, but came up short every time, while The Bums exploded for 5 in the top of the 12th. Rbar rolled in the second game to complete the season sweep vs. The Teachers.  As punishment, Haz has demoted everyone to kindergarten summer school.
( Rbar- 17 / TNT- 12 )
( RBar- 11 / TNT- 3 )

 

Field #2: Soft Spot vs. Pete’s (Shortz)

After a not-so-hot inter-league showing, Pete’s pulled it together to sweep the Yetis. In the muggiest of weather, there were no specific heroes from Pete’s to report, as both games were won by a complete team effort. Pete’s hasn’t beaten any incarnation of Union Pool in what seems like centuries. Could the change in fortune be due to coach Zak’s absence on the Yetis bench? He should probably clear his schedule during the playoffs in case these two squads meet again. Oh, and hopefully “Fireball” Coach Sam got an X-ray taken of his injured knee leg…or at least sought after some antibiotics. It looked like baby chickens were about to hatch out of that welt.
( Petes- 19 / Yetis- 10 )
( Petes- 10 / Yetis- 5 )

2:00

Field #1: Spike Hill vs. AT AllStars (GBlack)

Taking liberties with the team uniform

Spike Hill claimed the top spot in the North for the first time this season with a win over AT. With the Allstars defense kickin it around in the 1st inning combined with smart hitting by the former champs, SH had a 5-run lead early on.  The Green and Gold tightened up their defense and dug in to chip away, while it was Spike Hill’s turn to forget fundamentals. They completed the comeback and took a 9-7 lead going into the 7th. Winning pitcher Kevin Kane’s clutch triple late in the game was the turning point to regain the lead.  Mitch Jones also had a monstrous game at the plate, hitting a grand slam and collecting a total of 8 RBI’s. When reached for comment, SH manager extraordinaire, Mike O’Malley said, “AT is legit. Great game against a very good team.”  Regardless, AT is on a 3 game skid, and The Hill is back to its winning ways.
( Spike Hill- 16 / AT- 9 )

 

Field #2: Good Co vs. Black Betty (Shortz)

pink don’t stink!

The return of Matt Herman definitely marked a turning point for Good Co, as they hosed Black Betty. Many a Betty showed up tardy to the softball party, with half their team running on to the field in street clothes as they let Good Co hang 5 runs on them in the first inning. The same sleepy showing occurred in the second inning as Betty gave up 5 more runs. Not to be completely shut out, the Betty briefly bit back, and managed to score what would be their one single run. With a score of 10-1 going into the third inning, the Betty finally turned their defense on only giving up 5 more runs spread throughout the remainder of the game.  On the Pinks’ bench, Stacy went 4-4 (surprise), Drew played a killer shortstop, Cesar pitched an outstanding game, and Allan hit yet another bomb. At the moment, things seem to be looking up for Good Company, but we shall soon see the re-re-match in a mere three weeks. Bets, anyone?

( Good Co- 15 / Black Betty- 1 )
 
4:00

Fields #1: Clemerica vs. Gibson (GBlack)

Clemerica “came out” fast and hard vs The Gibson. Wanting to support gay pride weekend AND get retro groovy all at the same time, Clemerica dropped the black for pink tie dye.  And it worked, as they cruised on steady waters for the victory. See Erik’s incredible pics of this game for the highlights http://www.flickr.com/photos/81844861@N00/sets/72157634429049835/
( Gibson- 5 / Clemerica- 23 )

 

 

Field #2: Turkey’s Nest vs. duckduck (Shortz)

It’s hard to celebrate a win when the losing side has only 9 in the field, and I know we’ll have a more accurate match-up when we play them again immediately after the July 4th break. But moving onto the game, things were looking up for Turkey’s Nest going into 3rd inning, as they were leading the ducks 6-4. From there, duckduck’s fielding tightened up and we finally figured out there were, in fact, 9 players on the field. The ducks Golden Goose Hogan went yard with an opposite-field 3-run homer and Jake and Denis and Marisa and Lauck- who am I kidding, most the team were over .500 at the plate on Sunday.

From the Nester’s bench, Trish was solid in the field and at the plate, Glen played awesome at first base, Mike Kornhauser was all over the place on the bases and Jordan hit the longest shot I’ve seen in all my years. Seriously guys, we look forward to playing your beefed up roster. The league has seen you full-strength and it is delightfully frightening.

(duckduck- 20 / Turkey’s Nest- 8)

6:00

Field #1: 3 Kings vs. Loggers (GBlack)

4-0 lucky boom box

The 3 Kings have danced and jammed their way to a 6-5 in a very tough South Division.  Facing Logger ace Tony Basile, The Crowned ones went to work.  As related to us by Stash “The Hashmark” McNelis, (the man’s nickname even has a nickname)
–  Joe “tomato” Tomeo hit for the motherfucking cycle!  #mvp  
–  FRANCESCA ROMANO went deep for the kings!  #girlpower
–  Boombox is 4-0 now, but i think we need some new tunes.  I’m so sick of #realamerican
 
The BK Loggers hung in there despite being short-handed once again.  Jeff “Mr. X” Schupak had a stellar game at the plate, falling a double short of the cycle and Jay Mort kept the score manageable, playing an impenetrable right-centerfield and stealing a few more 3 Kings home runs with running, leaping catches.
The Kings keep pace in the Division at 6-5 while Brenner scratches his head, but then again he was scratching his head before the gamea as well…

( 3 Kings- 9 / Loggers- 4 )

Field #2: Brooklyn Bowl vs. 2nd Chance (Shortz)

Jeff’s batting cage strategy is a little different

Despite Godsy’s golden sombrero of going “Joe-for-4”, Brooklyn Bowl continued their hot streak, defeating 2nd chance 11-4. The Saloon was leading 2-1 after two innings, but Brooklyn Bowl exploded in the 3rd by slapping on 5 runs and never looked back. The Bowler standouts were Ben “Weapon” Weber who went 3-4 and was stellar in right field. Nate Schiavo was 3-3 with a homer short of the cycle. Palma Blank was 2-2 and has had 6 consecutive games with at least 2 hits. Despite Jeff Gutlowski and Mallory taking full advantage of the Batting Cages Groupon by each hitting a four-base knock, there simply wasn’t enough to pull the Chancers out of the gutter.

(Brooklyn Bowl- 11 / 2nd Chance- 4)

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