Monday, June 27, 2016

Tweeners 4, Nads 1

Fungoes 4, Rhinos 3

All games played via teamviewer:

July 15 at Rhino Reserve
Fungoes break out on top with a 2 spot in the 2nd inning.  David Price makes that stand up as the Fungoes win a close contest 2-1.  Price improves to 10-8.  Aaron Nola takes the loss for the Big Horned Beasts!

July 16 at the Rhino Reserve
Fungoes score 3 in the 2nd inning and Matt Harvey (3-6) makes it stand up.  Will Harris picks up the save for the Fungi.  The loss goes to Cody Anderson.

July 17 at the Rhino Reserve
Kyle Gibson vs Chris Archer turns into a 5-4 12 inning Fungo win!  Jon Papelbon gets the win in relief improving to 3-1.  Trevor May takes the loss for the Rhinos.  Javier Lopez collects his 4th save.  

September 15 at WTF
Rhinos score early and often winning this one 7-3.  Gerrit Cole gets the win for the Rhinos while Matt Harvey (3-6) takes the loss for the Fungoes.  Votto mashes a grand slam for the Rhinos in the 3rd.

September 16 at WTF
Rhinos break out to a 4-0 lead and then hang on to win it 6-5.  Matt Wisler picks up the win while Kyle Gibson (7-7) takes the loss.  Kenley Jansen earns the save for the Rhinos.  

September 17 at WTF
Rhinos win 3rd game in a row by a 4-3 score.  Chris Archer gets the win while David Price (10-9) takes the loss.  Reonis picks up the save.

September 18 at WTF
Clayton Kershaw improves to 15-5 leading the Fungoes to a 3-1 win over the gritty Rhinos.  Andrew Heaney is saddled with the loss.  Carter Capps collects save number 8.

Did Dusty Baker Manage the Cletes?

I was looking at Yahoo to see who was starting in the big Mets @ Nationals series this week. Tonight's game says Noah Syndergaard vs Joe Ross. Tomorrow's matchup is Matt Harvey vs Joe Ross.

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Tweeners 7, FFTs 3

4/12 – FFTs 4, Tweeners 3.  MadBum outpitches Lynn, Tweeners outhit FFTs 14-6, and lose as a result of consecutive 4th inning errors by Arenado, Iglesias, and Iglesias.
4/13 – Tweeners 11, FFTs 3.  The visiting Tweeners get long balls from Hicks, Zobrist, Cruz, Colabello, and Cozart, all on 1-11 BPHRs except for the Cozart grand slam, spelt out on his card.  W – Felix, L – Chen.
5/24 – Tweeners 10, FFTs 2.  Former Tweener Gio Gonzalez is treated rudely in his return to the Hooverdome, surrendering 10 earned in 7 IP.  Another win for Felix, homers by Tulo, Beltre, Hicks, and Phegley.
5/25 – Tweeners 3, FFTs 0.  Sonny Gray and Carson Smith combine for a one-hitter, L – Lynn.
5/26 – Tweeners 9, FFTs 8.  Trailing 5-0, Tweeners rally for 3 in the 7th and 2 in the 8th to tie it; FFTs plate a run in the 9th, Tweeners do the same in the bottom half to send it to extra innings.  FFT’s get 2 in the 10th, Tweeners match that again in the bottom half.  Finally in the 11th, Iglesias walks, Lind stays in to face the lefty and singles off the SADV H&R chart, and Arenado drives in the game winner.  Great win for the home team, tough loss for the visitors.  W – Gilmartin, L – Diekman.
7/5 – FFTs 4, Tweeners 1.  Lynn is much better than MadBum this time, homers by VanSlyke and Miggy.
7/6 – Tweeners 6, FFTs 0.  A 2-hit CG for Felix.  L – Chen.  HR – Springer.
7/7 – Tweeners 6, FFTs 3.  Tweeners come from behind with a 4-run 8th inning, capped off by a 3-run bomb by Nelson Cruz.  W – Gilmartin, L – Yimi Garcia.
8/17 – Tweeners 7, FFTs 2.  Madison Bumgarner(4-3) gave a fine effort for NORM.  He surrendered 5 hits and
1 walk in 7 innings lowering his ERA from 4.01 to 3.72.  Both teams totaled 9
hits on the night. 

Carson Smith earned the save, his 11th.  Wei-Yin Chen(4-11) was the loser.  He
was unable to control the NORM offense and allowed 8 hits and 2 walks in 4
and 2/3 innings.  Nelson Cruz homered for the good guys.
8/18 – FFTs 4, Tweeners 3.  Center fielder Brandon Guyer had 2 base hits as the TERRY FFT'S defeated the
NORM TWEENERS in 10 innings 4 to 3 at The Hoover Dome.
Both teams had scored 3 runs after nine full innings.  TERRY came out on top
in the 10th inning.  After an out was recorded, Scott Van Slyke delivered a
solo blast.  TERRY had 8 hits for the afternoon.  
The victory was credited to Jeff Samardzija(6-6) who went 9 innings, allowing
3 runs. Adam Warren got the save, his 20th.  Andrew Chafin(1-2) was hit with
the loss in relief.  He gave up 1 run and 1 hit in 1 and 2/3 innings.

Friday, June 24, 2016

Inmates 5, Nads 2

Inmates 5 – Nads 2. All games at the Baptist Bowl via CM.

INMATES 5 – NADS 4: Cargo hit two of the four Inmate taters to lead the Beakless Chicken Gang. Tillman pitched a CG to take one for the team for the Wrinkled Pink.

INMATES 5 – NADS 4: The Nads scored everything in the 4th inning off of T. Ross but couldn’t hang on. Suarez hit a two-run spud in the 7th to give the Inmates the lead and chase Wilson. Both teams managed only six hits.

INMATES 4 – NADS 2: Both teams tallied only five hits each, but the Inmates out-homered the Nads 2-1. Fiers pitched well but not as well as Salazar. The Inmates sweep the first series.

NADS 1 – LDMF 0: The return of the LDMF coincided with the expanded rosters of late September. Tillman and Rondon combined on a three-hitter. T. Ross pitched well, K’ing 10 in six innings, but took the loss.

NADS 5 – LDMF 1: The LDMF increased their hit total to four and scored an unearned run but the Nads dominated. Frazier hit two HRS.

INMATES 9 – NADS 8: Calhoun hit three homers and drove in six runs, but a JD Martinez solo tater ended the game in walk-off fashion with one out in the bottom of the 9th. The big hit for the Inmates was actually Suarez’s pinch three-run homer in the 8th inning that tied the game.

INMATES 2 – NADS 1: Three solo homers were all of the scoring in this one – Dozier for the Nads, Martinez and Castro for the Inmates. Otherwise, great pitching and ineffective hitting as the Inmates and Nads close out their season series.


Thursday, June 23, 2016

Inmates 4, Nads 3

Inmates go 4-3 at Nads
Game 1: INMATES staged a comeback and held on to win over the NADS by the count of 6 to 4. The Inmates scored the winning runs in the top of the 9th inning plating 3 runs on 3 base hits.

Game 2: Adrian Gonzalez hit 2 doubles and had 2 RBI as the NADS outscored the INMATES 7 to 4.

Game 3: C.J. Wilson didn't allow a hit until the 6th inning as the NADS outscored the INMATES 2 to 1.

Game 4: Carlos Gonzalez connected with a 'big fly' and had 3 RBI and Danny Salazar struck out 12 
batters at The Ball Sack where the INMATES beat the NADS by the score of 9 to 4.

Game 5: NADS won at The Ball Sack in dramatic fashion over the INMATES, the final score, 3 to 2. Game was won by Carlos Perez with a walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the 9th inning.

Game 6: INMATES beat the NADS by a score of 9 to 3. Ramos had a great evening at the plate. He laced a one-base hit in the 4th inning, lofted a three-run bomb in the 6th inning and launched a rocket-shot out of the park for a Grand Slam homerun in the 7th inning.

Game 7: Jose Quintana(1-0) and Mike Fiers(4-5) dueled it out with Quintana and the INMATES 
coming out on top of the NADS by the score of 2 to 0.

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

DVs 2, Warpigs 1

TeamViewer. All games at DV Park by Viagra.

Game 1 - DVs win 7-6 in 10 innings. The Pigs came from behind to tie the game, but Giancarlo Stanton homered in the 10th for the walk off win.

Game 2 - DVs win 7-1. Stephen Strasburg went the distance.

Game 3 - Warpigs win 7-6. The DVs were within an out of a sweep, but Lorenzo Cain finished off a 5-run top of the 9th with a 2-out, 3-run triple.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Warpigs 9, Buckeyes 1

Buckeye manager after game 4: "Buckeyes are on the clock for pick 1."

@ The BallPork

Game 1 - Warpigs win 6-2. Jake Peavy (3-2) went the distance for the win, allowing only 3 hits. A.J. Pollock went 3-4 with a double and 2 stolen bases.

Game 2 - Warpigs win 6-0. Mike Leake (5-2) had the 2-hit, complete game shutout. Pollock homered, and Lorenzo Cain went 3-3.

@ Buckeye Park

Game 3 - Warpigs win 8-2. Pollock was 4-5 with a homer and 4 RBI. Michael Wacha (5-0) went 6.2. Drew Pomeranz threw the final 2.1 innings for his 2nd save.

Game 4 - Warpigs win 11-2. Adam Wainwright (3-0) was the beneficiary of a Pig offense that scored 11 runs on 17 hits. Four different Pigs had 3 hits each. Pomeranz got a 4-inning save.

@ The BallPork

Game 5 - Warpigs win 6-0. Peavy (4-2) limited the Buckeyes to 4 hits in the complete game shutout.

Game 6 - Warpigs win 6-5. The Buckeyes should have won this one. The Shriveled Testicle Gang led 4-0 after 3 innings, and still led 5-2 going to the bottom of the 7th. But the Warpigs scratched out 2 runs in the 7th to get the Pigs within 1 at 5-4. In the bottom of the 8th, after Raisel Iglesias struck out the first two batters, Ender Inciarte singled. Up came pinch hitter Jarrett Parker, who doubled to put runners at 2nd and 3rd. Martin Prado was intentionally walked to get to Adeiny Hechevarria. In the clutch, just about his only hope was a 1-8 roll... which I called for... and which he rolled. The 2-run single gave the Pigs the lead. Pedro Strop got the last 2 outs in the 9th for his 5th save of the year. Mike Leake (6-2) struggled for 8 innings, but got the win.

Game 7 - Warpigs win 5-0. Garrett Richards got within 4 outs of a no-hitter, but Marcell Ozuna singled (open triangle, 1-19) to end the no-no bid and send Richards to the showers. Pomeranz recorded the final 4 outs to finish off the 1-hitter.

@ Buckeye Park

Game 8 - Buckeyes win 4-1. J.A. Happ finally got the Buckeyes into the win column, with help from Vincent Velasquez. The game was 2-1 in the 8th, but J.J. Hardy hit a 2-run homer off of losing pitcher Michael Wacha (5-1) to ice the game for the Buckeyes.

Game 9 - Warpigs win 6-0. Adam Wainwright surrendered a lead off single to Chris Coghlan in the 1st inning. That was the only hit the Buckeyes would get. Wainwright (4-0) went 5 innings; Pomeranz went the last 4. A.J. Pollock provided the offense, going 3-3 with a homer, a double, and a stolen base.

Game 10 - Warpigs win 4-1. Jaime Garcia (7-2) with the win; Pedro Strop the save.

The Buckeyes hit .147 for the series, scoring only 16 runs in 10 games. The Warpigs stole 20 bases.

Here's an odd stat... The Warpigs and Buckeyes have the same number of wins, but the Buckeyes have played 90 more games.

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Rhinos 6, Warpigs 4

via TeamViewer...

@ The Rhino Reserve

Game 1 - Rhinos win 1-0. Gerritt Cole is good. Ryan Braun homered. Whatever.

Game 2 - Warpigs win 8-3. Jaime Garcia (6-1) got the win. A.J. Pollock homered for the good guys.

@ The BallPork

Game 3 - Warpigs win 3-2 in 14 innings. Francisco Cervelli hit a bases loaded single in the 14th for the win. The PigPen went 7.1 innings allowing only 1 hit.

Game 4 - Warpigs win 5-2. Tyler Duffey (3-1) shut down the Rhino bats for 7.1 innings. Jake Lamb homered off of his old team.

Game 5 - Rhinos win 4-2. Matt Wisler... for some reason, we couldn't find all those hits and walks on his card. Oh, and D.J. Lemahieu pisses me off.

@ The Rhino Reserve

Game 6 - Warpigs win 9-3. The Pigs temporarily solved Gerritt Cole. Michael Wacha (4-0) pitched well in the last game before the Pig bat boys bagged up the bats for the night. A 4-2 series lead was about to become a 4-6 series loss.

Game 7 - Rhinos win 5-4. Ryan Braun hit a homer and two triples. I hate Ryan Braun. I would suggest he pee in a cup again, but I'd kinda like him to hit just as well when he faces the Wahoos and DVs.

Game 8 - Rhinos win 3-1. Who the hell is Cody Anderson?

@ The BallPork

Game 9 - Rhinos win 4-0. Those bats we bagged up early never made the trip back to Hooterville. Gerritt Cole tossed a 1-hitter. And explain to me why we had to face Cole FOUR TIMES! A complaint will be sent to our league commissioner.

Game 10 - Rhinos win 5-2. Explain to me why we had to face Noah Syndergaard FOUR TIMES!

We saw Cole and Thor 8 times in a 10 game series (not that we could hit the other 2 starters we saw). The only silver lining to facing them was the stolen base numbers got padded. The Pigs stole 27 bases in the series - probably half of them after not getting the lead.

Warpigs 9, Sidewinders 1

F2F, C&D.

@ Silver Medal Park

Game 1 - Warpigs win 10-5. The Snakes scored 4 in the 1st inning and another in the 2nd, but that's all they could muster. Prince Fielder and Lorenzo Cain each had 4 hits, Jason Kipnis added 3 more, and Jake Long homered twice. Jaime Garcia (3-1) recovered from the rough start to earn the win.

Game 2 - Warpigs win 2-0. Rich Hill (1-0) made his season debut, throwing 5 shutout innings. Antonio Bastardo got his 2nd save of the year. Jarrett Parker hit his first homer of the season.

@ The BallPork

Game 3 - Warpigs win 6-1. Jaime Garcia (4-1) out-dueled Chris Sale thanks in part to a 2-run homer by Martin Prado. Brandon Maurer got save #2.

Game 4 - Warpigs win 7-1. Josh Tomlin (2-0) went 7 innings for the win. Ian Kinsler went 4-5 with a 2-run homer and a 2-run triple.

Game 5 - Warpigs win 2-0. Rich Hill (2-0) got the complete game win. He allowed only 4 singles, with no walks and 13 strikeouts.

@ Silver Medal Park

Game 6 - Warpigs win 4-2. The Pigs put together 4 consecutive hits in the 5th inning to break open a 1-1 game. Jaime Garcia (5-1) went 6.2 for the win. Tyler Clippard recorded the final out for his first save.

Game 7 - Warpigs win 6-5 in 11 innings. It was Rich Hill day again, but with a 5-0 lead, he came out after 5 innings of 1-hit ball only to watch the bullpen surrender the lead. In the 11th, Martin Prado hit a homer off of Craig Kimbrel (solid N-HR at 6-11) to pull out the Pig's 7th straight win over the Snakes (Or as the Fungo Boy said, "10 straight going back to last year's World Series.")

Game 8 - Warpigs win 8-7. Make that 8 straight. A 4-run 1st against Jon Lester got the Pigs off to a fast start, but the Snakes came back and took a 6-5 lead in the 6th. Jarrett Parker, though, clubbed a pinch hit, 2-run triple in the 8th to put the Pigs ahead to stay. Antonio Bastardo got his 3rd save. Brandon Maurer (1-1) got the win in relief.

@ The BallPork

Game 9 - Warpigs win 5-1. Josh Tomlin (3-0) went 7.2 for the win. Chris Young homered.

Game 10 - Sidewinders win 5-3. The Snakes finally put an end to the Pigs' 12-game winning streak. Brandon Maurer (1-2) took the loss in relief.

Saturday, June 11, 2016

WTF Weekend

You can do individual game stories, and I'll post them separately... but here are the results from the weekend games at WTF...

Sidewinders 6, FFTs 4
Sidewinders 4, Wahoos 3
Mavs 9, Drillers 5
Sidewinders 8, Drillers 2
Warpigs 3, Fungoes 0
Warpigs 9, Sidewinders 1
Fungoes 5, Rhinos 2
Rhinos 6, Warpigs 4
Sidewinders 5, Fungoes 5

Email me if I'm missing any.

Friday, June 10, 2016

Warpigs 3, Fungoes 0

Via TeamViewer at the BallPork.

Game 1 - Warpigs win 4-0. Michael Wacha (3-0) went the distance, allowing only 3 singles. A.J. Pollock hit a 2-run homer off of Kershaw in the 1st.

Game 2 - Warpigs win 2-1. Josh Tomlin (1-0), making his first appearance of the year, took a no-hitter into the 8th inning before Roberto Perez homered to tie the game at 1. But Lorenzo Cain singled home Pollock in the bottom of the 8th to take the lead back. Pedro Strop got the last 2 outs in the 9th to earn his 4th save.

Game 3 - Warpigs win 7-3. Prince Fielder hit a 3-run homer off of David Price to make a winner of Jake Peavy (2-0).


The Fungoes traded Freddy Galvis to the FFTs for Ryan Goins.

Thursday, June 09, 2016

Inmates 9, Buckeyes 1

INMATES 9 – BUCKEYES 1 (All games via CM and HAL)

Inmates 2 – Buckeyes 0 (Baptist Bowl): Opening Day for the 2016 NASOMA season started off with a Tyson Ross no-hitter against the Shriveled Testicle Gang! The only chance for a hit was a Jorge Soler 3-3 BP single chance leading off the 3rd (a “7” was rolled). There wasn’t even an “X” roll, as Ross whiffed ten. Justin Bour was hit by pitch leading off the 8th inning to ruin the perfecto, but Scooter Gennett hit into an inning-ending DP with one out to keep Ross from facing more than the minimum number of batters. Not much offense was generated by the Inmates, but a sac fly by Martinez in the 4th was enough for the win.

And the day wasn’t going to get any better for the Buckeyes. . .

Inmates 13 – Buckeyes 1 (Baptist Bowl): The good news: The Buckeyes scored their first run of the year in the 6th on a homer by Gattis to make the game close at 2-1. The bad news: The Inmates scored nine in the bottom of the inning to slam the door. Cargo, Martinez, and Jones all hit taters for the Inmates as the series HR barrage began.

Inmates 5 – Buckeyes 2 (Baptist Bowl): Cargo and Castro homered and, despite the score, the game was never really close. Nelson pitched a CG loss for the B’s, while Carter tatered in a losing cause.

Inmates 5 – Buckeyes 2 (Buckeye Dome): Altuve, Suarez and Lawrie all homered for the Inmates; Corbin saved the Buckeye bullpen by going the distance.

Inmates 5 – Buckeyes 2 (Buckeye Dome): The third straight 5-2 affair had the same result, this time with Cargo, Cespedes and Segura (!) homering. For the first time in the series, however, the Buckeyes held a lead after scoring both of their runs in the 1st. Alas, imminent success was too much for the Tree Nuts as they proved incapable of avoiding another ignominious defeat.

Inmates 12 – Buckeyes 4 (Baptist Bowl): 43 stalwart Inmate fans braved the 72-degree sunshine to see if Ross could turn in back-to-back no-nos. He couldn’t. The Buckeyes scored in the 1st before any were out, but left Hardy stranded on 3rd after his triple scored Coghlan. By the time the Inmates scored four runs in each of the 2nd and 3rd innings most of the crowd and the Buckeye bench had made their exit from the Baptist Bowl.

Buckeyes 4 – Inmates 3 (10 innings, Baptist Bowl): Buckeyes win! Buckeyes win! Both shortstops had a hand in determining this one. Segura hit a two-run homer in the Inmate 8th to tie the game at 3, propelling the game into extra innings. Hardy homered for the Buckeyes in the 10th to seal the win. Ryan Madson was outrighted to the Inmate’s class B Little League team in Frog Balls, Arkansas, after the game for his clutch pitching performance in the loss.

Inmates 10 – Buckeyes 8 (Buckeye Dome): The wind was howling out as nine homers were hit in this game, including six by the Inmates. Buckeye management agreed after the game to consider moving the fences back to 215 in the power alleys and 270 in dead center. Details at 11:00.

Inmates 7 – Buckeyes 0 (Buckeye Dome): Ross was back in top form, allowing only three hits for his second shutout of the series. Cargo, Cespedes and Jones imitated Babe Ruth for the Inmates.

Inmates 11 – Buckeyes 2 (Buckeye Dome): Inmates enjoy a rare season blow-out of the Buckeyes, quite aware that as soon as Buckeye management gets a few more players the trend will undoubtedly be reversed.


Sidewinders 5, GoofEyes 2

SuperGoofs @Sidewinders; ssws 5-2

4/22  Goofs win 5-0.Tanaka for 7  and Uehara for 2. Volquez loses. Duda homers and AJ Pierzynski homers twice.

4/23 Santiago spins a 4-0 SHO vs DeGrom

4/24 Sale beats Heston 7-3. Ortiz and Tex homer

4/25 Sankes win 4-3. Cueto is the winner, Benoit the loser. Andrew Miller gets the save. Brantley starts to heat up with a homer. Kang homers for the SuperlativeGoofBallz.( Who had a team getting Kang AND Matt Duffy in their mock drafts. Very belated "good PICKs" from the peanut gallery.)

7/15 Heston beats Cueto. Again I did not write down the score on my reporting pad. That's  one reason I do not have my BBWofA card. Save goes to snake hating Uehara

7/16 Lester beats DeGrom with 3 hit shutout. (See above disclaimer)

7/17 Snakes beat Goofs  8-3 Brantley,Papi and DPeralta leave the churchyard.

Sidewinders 4, Buckeyes 1


6/20 Cueto beats Nelson. We think 6-1. Brantley, Ortiz,  Longoria and Plouffe go yard.

6/21 AJ Happ dominates the hapless snakes 4-1

9/1Lester beats Happ, Davis with the save. Snakes win 3-2.Marte and Hundley hit solo shots for the home team

9/2  Volquez beats former snake Bauer 4-3. Davis another save. Gattis and Brantley homer.

9/3 Hector Santiago goes the distance and wins 6-1.He allowed a Hardy solo shot. Tex homers twice for the reptiles.

Thursday, June 02, 2016

Fungoes 4, Inmates 3

Inmates visited WTF today for some cards and dice.  Here are the results:

April 15 @ Baptist Bowl
Fungoes break out to a 3-0 lead only to fall behind 4-3.  Fungoes score 2 in the 6th to complete the scoring winning it 5-4.  Kyle Gibson picks up his 5th win while Carter Capps gets his 4th save.  The two teams combine for 7 homers on the day.  Matt Carpenter hits a pair of 2-run homeruns for the visiting Fungoes.
                Actually, the game was 6-5. The Inmates scored all of their runs on homers, including a pair by Cargo. Pineda practiced self-immolation in a totally ineffective start, allowing 8 hits, 4 walks, and 3 taters in 3+ IP. Believe it or not, the Fungi only scored four for all of their troubles. After the Beakless Chicken Gang surged to a 5-4 lead on the strength of Cargo’s second blast, Tolleson came in to allow a two-run spud to some nameless bastard to blow the game. Fungoe pen allowed only one hit in the last four innings to nail things down.

April 16 @ Baptist Bowl
Fungoes jet out to a 6-1 lead.  Inmates score 3 in the 6th and 4 in the 8th to come back and take an 8-6 lead.  Fungoes score 2 in the 9th to force extra innings but the Inmates walk it off with a lead off HR off of Daniel Robertson in the 10th!  Carter Capps gave up a Ball Park HR on a roll of 6-2 in the big 8th inning Inmate uprising!  Where oh where is Sergio Santos!!!!
                Summer-league softball at its best as the beer-swilling crew from Fungoeland tattooed Salazar with a 5-run 5th to take a large lead. The Feathered Lumbering Oafs warmed up their homer bats, however, taking an 8-6 lead into the 9th. The Incendiary Crew’s Manship came in for the save and promptly allowed the Drunken Mushrooms to tie the game and send it to extra innings. Martinez put everyone out of their misery with a walk-off homer leading off the last of the 10th. Four Inmates homered, including Valbuena twice.

April 17 @ Baptist Bowl
Kershaw throws 7 and leaves with the game tied 2-2.  Another extra innings game is decided in the 10th this time the Fungoes win it with a 2-spot!  Daniel Murphy drilled a 2 out triple to drive in the winning run and then he scored on an E3.  Shawn Kelley picks up the win in relief while Carter Capps gets save number 5 on the season.
                A classic pitcher’s duel between Kershaw and Quintana. Kershaw allowed only four hits through seven, but two were homers (Lawrie/Martinez). The Fungoes scored a pair in the 10th to win it.

April 18 @ Baptist Bowl
Inmates take the early 2-0 lead and then run out to a 7-2 cushion.  David Price takes the loss as the Inmates hold on to win it 7-4.  A bit of a bean ball war took place between the two rivals as 4 Inmates were HBP while 2 Fungoes got plunked including Rougned Odor!  
                Odd thing about the bean ball war: Altuve and Rizzo were both hit twice, and THEN Cespedes and Ramos tatered. Hmmm…
                Tolleson allowed another blast in relief, but Inmates held on anyway for the win.

May 27 @ WTF
The trend continues of win 1 lose 1 as the Fungoes win this one 7-0.  Kyle Gibson throws the complete game shutout for the Fungoes.  
                After hitting two homers off of both Kershaw and Price, and three off of Harvey, the LDMF show up and can’t touch Kyle “Bob” Gibson, managing only a pair of paltry singles. Quintana takes the complete game loss for a completely inept game by the Inmates.

May 28 @ WTF
Inmates win this one big, 10-1.  Kershaw takes the loss allowing 4 hits (3 HRs) in 7 innings.  Kershaw takes the loss falling to 9-3 on the season.
                A completely ept game by the Inmates. Three solo homers (all off of Kershaw) allowed the BCG to enter the 9th with a 3-1 lead when all hell broke loose against the Fungoid bullpen. The Inmates plated seven runs to ice the game, highlighted by Altuve’s second blast (a three-run shot) of the game.

May 29 @ WTF
Fungoes win a close one 2-1.  David Price improves to 8-5.  Carter Capps collects save number 6.  Fungoes first 4 batters reach base  scoring 2 as the Fungoes are held to 1 hit the rest of the way!  Price, Will Harris and Capps make it stand up.  
            The Fungoes scored two in the 1st before Davies was finished with his warm-up tosses to give Price & Co. enough of a lead to hang on. Martinez tatered for all of the Inmate offense.

Fungoes take the 7 game series 4-3.  
                Inmates hit 17 HRs in the seven game matchup but were unable to generate much else. Team batting average was .222 entering the series, and .221 afterwards.