Friday, August 18, 2017

Warpigs, DVs, and Tweeners Trade

In a 3-team deal, the DVs give up a 6th round pick to get Mitch Moreland from the Pigs. The Pigs then send the DV 6th and Mallex Smith to the Tweeners for Jose Iglesias.

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Buckeyes 8, Fungoes 2

Fungoes got schooled by the Buckeyes today, all games played on pc.  Buckeyes win 8 of 10.

Hanley Ramirez hit 4 HRs and drove in 16 for the Bucks in the 10 game series.  

May 15 at WTF:
Buckeyes win it in 10 innings 5-4.

May 16 at WTF:
Buckeyes score in the 9th to win it 3-2.

June 27 at Buckeyes:
Buckeyes hit a Grand Slam in the 1st and don't look back winning it 7-2.

June 28 at Buckeyes:
Buckeyes explode winning it 13-3!  Shitfuck!!

June 29 at Buckeyes:
Kershaw isn't enough for the Fungoes as the Bucks win it 6-5.

July 23 at WTF:
Bucks win another close one 4-3.

July 24 at WTF:
Fungoes finally break loose and win one 2-1.

July 25  at WTF:
Read above final score 2-1.

September 3 at Bucks:
Buckeyes win it 4-3.

September 4 at Bucks:
Another 1 run loss for the Fungoes as the Bucks finish off the series, winning this one 5-4.

8 of the 10 games were 1 run decisions but really the way the Buckeyes were mashing HRs it seemed
like every game was a 10 run loss!!

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Buckeyes and FFTs Trade

The Buckeyes traded Mike Leake and their 8th round pick to the FFTs for Danny Duffy.

Tweeners 1, Wahoos 1

Final 2 games played via Teamviewer.

Game 1
King Felix and some bullpen help outdueled Verlander and Co. on the way to a 2-1 victory. Wahoos couldn't hit. Gave up a run in the first after walking the bases loaded. Just one of those games that everything goes wrong.

Game 2
The opposite of Game 1. Sean Rodriguez hit a 3-run homer before we even made an out. MadBum gave up a bunch of stuff. Edwin homered. Khris Davis hit a pair. Ozuna went deep. Wahoos win, 9-1. Jose Fernandez goes 5 for the win. Familia finishes for the save.

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Rhinos 4, Mavs 1

The Rhinos take 4 of 5 via TeamViewer.

2017 Midlothian Mavs At 2017 Belldale Rhinos              7/26/2017
 
Mavs............ 0 0 0  1 0 0  2 0 0  -  3  8  2
Rhinos.......... 0 0 0  4 5 0  0 0    -  9  9  0
Right fielder Wil Myers smashed 2 homeruns and had 6 RBI as the Belldale
Rhinos outscored the Midlothian Mavs 9 to 3.
 
Myers had a great day at the plate.  He had the crowd cheering his every move.
He lost the ball over the fence for three runs in the 4th inning and lofted
a three-run bomb in the 5th inning.  Belldale totaled 9 hits on the
afternoon. 
 
Alex Reyes(1-1) allowed 1 run in 6 innings, and picked up the victory. Julio
Urias was credited with his 1st save.  Jason Hammel(2-7) absorbed the loss.
He surrended 4 homeruns in his 5 and 2/3 innings. 
 
2017 Midlothian Mavs At 2017 Belldale Rhinos              7/27/2017
Mavs............ 0 0 0  0 0 1  0 0 1  -  2  6  1
Rhinos.......... 0 0 3  0 0 0  0 3    -  6  6  1
The Belldale Rhinos bested the Midlothian Mavs by a 6 to 2 score at The Rhino
Reserve.
 
Midlothian never recovered after Belldale took the lead in the bottom of the
3rd inning when they tallied 3 runs on 2 hits.  That early scoring was all
that Aaron Nola(2-1) needed.  Belldale and Midlothian each finished the
afternoon with 6 hits. 
 
Nate Jones recorded the save, his 7th.  Jeremy Hellickson(2-7) was the loser.
He was a hard-luck loser, pitching 5 and 2/3 innings and not allowing an
earned run. 
 
The Belldale ballclub's record now stands at 18-9.  With this loss, Midlothian
has a 4-6 record of late, 39-36 overall.
 
 
BOXSCORE: 2017 Belldale Rhinos At 2017 Midlothian Mavs               9/5/2017
Rhinos.......... 0 0 0  2 0 4  0 0 0  -  6  9  0
Mavs............ 0 1 0  2 4 3  0 0    - 10 15  2
Nick Castellanos slammed a homerun and had 3 RBI at Juan Gonzalez Field where
the Midlothian Mavs beat the Belldale Rhinos by the score of 10 to 6.
 
In the bottom of the 4th inning Midlothian went on top for good when they came
up with 2 runs on 1 hit.  The critical plate appearance was by Jonathan
Lucroy who made the home-town crowd a happy bunch when he smashed a two-run
homer.  Belldale was out-hit by Midlothian, 15 hits to 9. 
 
Pedro Strop(2-0) picked up the victory, allowing 3 runs in 1 and 2/3 innings.
Matt Bush earned the save, his 11th.  Noah Syndergaard(7-2) ended up with the
loss.  He was touched for 3 homeruns in his 5 and 1/3 innings of work. 
 
2017 Belldale Rhinos At 2017 Midlothian Mavs               9/6/2017
Rhinos.......... 4 0 2  6 0 0  2 0 0  - 14 17  0
Mavs............ 3 1 0  3 0 0  1 0 0  -  8 12  0
Shortstop Javier Baez left the yard and had 4 RBI as the Belldale Rhinos
defeated the Midlothian Mavs by the score of 14 to 8 at Juan Gonzalez
Field.
 
Baez was a thorn in the side of the hometown fans as he enjoyed a fine day at
their team's expense.  He singled in the 3rd inning, belted a three-run homer
in the 4th inning and laced a one-base hit in the 6th inning.  Belldale
finished with 17 hits while Midlothian ended up with 12. 
 
Aaron Sanchez(5-2) got the win allowing 8 runs in 7 innings. Jason Hammel(2-8)
was tagged with the loss.  He surrended 3 homeruns in his 5 innings. 
 
2017 Belldale Rhinos At 2017 Midlothian Mavs               9/7/2017
Rhinos.......... 3 0 2  1 0 0  0 0 0  -  6 10  1
Mavs............ 2 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  2  6  0
Joey Votto jacked one out of the ballyard and had 2 RBI as the Belldale Rhinos
defeated the Midlothian Mavs by a score of 6 to 2 at Juan Gonzalez
Field.
 
Alex Reyes(2-1) delivered a fine performance for Belldale.  He was reached for
2 hits and 3 walks in 5 innings.  After the 4th inning, neither team was able
to score. 
 
Chris Devenski recorded his 2nd save.  Jeremy Hellickson(2-8) ended up with
the loss.  He gave up 10 hits and 2 walks in 8 innings.

Monday, August 07, 2017

Demerit Update


The Wahoos (108 games) and Drillers (91 games) did not meet the minimum number of games played (115) this month. The Wahoos will receive one demerit, and the Drillers will receive two.

The total for the season are:
Nads - 3
Skyscrapers - 2
Wahoos - 2
Drillers - 2
Rhinos - 1
Killer Bees - 1
Sidewinders - 1

By the end of August, everyone should have 140 games played. The deadline is Sunday, September 3rd. Here's a link to the Constitution.

Thanks to everyone for CC'ing me when sending Game Files. The league on my computer is updated with every computer game that has been played this year. I'll send you a copy on request.

Sunday, August 06, 2017

DVs 3, Nads 2

At DVs vs CM. Game stories to follow.

Skyscrapers 7, Rhinos 3

All games played by Rhinos vs CM. Game stories to follow.

Rhinos 6, Nads 1

At Rhinos vs CM. Game stories to follow.

Warpigs and Inmates Trade

The Pigs and Inmates pulled the trigger on a fairly big deal today. The Warpigs are sending Ender Inciarte, Archie Bradley, and both their 1st and 2nd round draft picks to Waco for Aaron Judge and a reserve pick.

DVs 4, Warpigs 3

Games played via TeamViewer.

First 4 games at The BallPork

Game 1 - Warpigs win 5-1. Adam Wainwright (10-15) made the most of his last 6.2 innings to become the first (and only) Pig pitcher to reach 10 wins. Jake Lamb had a triple and a homer, and drove in 3.

Game 2 - Warpigs win 4-1. Kendall Graveman (4-15) went 7 innings for the win. Raisel Iglesias earned his 21st save.

Game 3 - DVs win 11-1. Anthony DeSclafani (9-6) pitched well for 5 innings, but hit the floor trailing 2-1. The Pigpen then imploded, thanks mostly to 2 more errors by Starlin Castro. 7 of the 11 DV runs were unearned. Brandon Moss went 4-5 with 2 doubles and a homer. He drove in 3. Bartolo Colon went 5 innings for the win. He and a couple of relievers held the Pigs to 3 hits.

Game 4 - Warpigs win 7-4. J.T. Realmuto had a triple and a homer, and Carlos Rodon (6-11) somehow managed to not get killed in 5 innings work. The highlight of the game came late. After the DVs had crawled within 6-4, Francisco Liriano was called on to pinch hit, and smacked a long solo HR into Mr. Douglas's corn field. It was Liriano's 2nd homer of the year, and the 5th by Warpig pitchers this year. Iglesias earned save 22.

Last 3 games at DV Park by Viagra

Game 5 - DVs win 11-5. Archie Bradley (innings 1-2) and Michael Wacha (innings 3-4) combined to allow 11 runs (all earned) on 12 hits, 6 walks, and 3 homers in just 4 innings. After that it was just a matter of making sure everybody got to play. The Warpigs also hit 3 homers.

Game 6 - DVs win 6-4. Corey Seager homered twice and the DV pen held off a Warpig rally.

Game 7 - DVs win 5-3. A desperate attempt by the Warpigs to avoid 100 losses collapsed in vain. Reliever Raisel Iglesias entered the game with 2 outs in the 1st inning and pitched valiantly for 6.2 innings, keeping the game close. The DVs tied the game in the 7th on a Mike Moutakas homer; then scored 2 in the bottom of the 8th to wrap it up. Yasmany Tomas homered twice for the Pigs to wrest the team HR title away from Logan Forsythe. Unfortunately, he missed a 1-17 chance in the 9th that ended the game - and the season.

Saturday, August 05, 2017

FFTs 2, Wahoos 1

FFTs win the first 2 games of the day. 
Leake baffles the Wahoos, 8-0. Then, after leading most of Game 2, they blew a 5-2 lead vs. the Wahoos with the tying run coming in the ninth. Then an HBP, walk and single and error ended it quickly and the FFTs won, 6-5.
The Wahoos used a pair of 2-run homers from Khris Davis and ran off from the FFts in the finale, 5-1.

Buckeyes 5, Skyscrapers 2

Buckeyes take 5 of 7 in final games with Scrapers

5/26 Buckeyes 8 Sky 2
5/27 Buckeyes 2 Sky 1
5/28 Buckeyes 3 Sky 1
5/29 Buckeyes 7 Sky 4

8/4 Sky 6 Buckeyes 0
8/5 Buckeyes 7 Sky 2
8/6 Sky 4 Buckeyes 3

Friday, August 04, 2017

Rhinos 5, Killer Bees 0

All games played by CM at the Rhino Preserve

6/6/2017
 
Rhinos 1 – Bees 0
 
Nate Jones got credit for the win at The Rhino Reserve as the Rhinos shutout the Bees 1 to 0. The game's lone run was scored in the bottom of the 7th inning with runners on 3rd and 2nd with one out Wil Myers misses a 1-15 ballpark HR chance resulting in a Sac Fly.
 
 
6/7/2017
 
Rhinos 7 - Bees 4
 
The Rhinos set the tone of the game in the first inning when they scored 2 runs on 2 hits.  The crucial at-bat was provided by Votto who made the crowd come alive when he popped a two-run HR over the fence. The Rhinos had 11 hits for the game and the Bees had 7. 
 
 
6/8/2017
 
Rhinos 7 – Bees 2
 
Reynaldo Lopez tossed a complete game as the Rhinos outscored the Bees 7 to 2. Votto and Duvall homer for the Rhinos accounting for 5 runs against the Bees.
 
8/8/2017
 
Rhinos 4 - Bees 2
 
The Rhinos and the Bees each hit two HR’s only problem was that the Bees HR’s were solo shots while the Rhinos were 2 run shots. Math adds up to favor the Rhinos.
 
8/9/2017
 
Rhinos 6 – Bees 5
 
The score was knotted at 5 after nine innings.  The Rhinos won it in the bottom of the 10th inning as Willson Contreras lead off the bottom of the 10th with a doubled, Orlando Arcia followed with a sacrifice bunt and D.J. Lemahieu then laced a base-hit making the Rhinos victorious.

Tuesday, August 01, 2017

Goofs and FFTs Trade

The FFTs traded Odubel Herrera, Nomar Mazara, and a reserve pick to the Goofs for Yu Darvish.

Monday, July 31, 2017

Skyscrapers 4, Nads 1

SKY go 4-1 at NADS.

June 27th - Corey Kluber struck out 10 batters at The Ball Sack as the blistering-hot New
York Skyscrapers beat the league door-mat Chicago Nads by the count of 6 to 2.

June 28th - Max Scherzer reeled off a total of 13 strikeouts and Paul Goldschmidt left the
yard and had 2 RBI at The Ball Sack as the New York Skyscrapers beat the Chicago Nads 8 to 3.

June 29th  - Second baseman Brian Dozier smashed 2 homeruns and had 3 RBI as the Chicago
Nads bested the New York Skyscrapers 7 to 4 at The Ball Sack.

Sept. 3rd - In the 6th inning New York scored 7 runs when they had 6 base hits. as the New York Skyscrapers defeated the Chicago Nads by a score of 9 to 6

Sept. 4th - Max Scherzer struck out 13 batters at The Ball Sack as the New York
Skyscrapers beat the Chicago Nads 8 to 2.Scherzer(6-4) was tremendous on the
mound for New York.  He surrendered only 4 hits and no walks in 9 innings and
surrendered 2 'round-trippers'.

Nads 3, DVs 2

DVs go 2-3 at NADS

April 5th - In a game for the baseball purist, R.A. Dickey and Rick Porcello
squared off in a tense pitching duel, Chicago Nads finally emerged victorious
over Tulsa DiamondVision, 3 to 1.

April 6th - one run separated the combatants at game's end.  The Chicago Nads 
won by the slimmest of margins, 3 to 2. Brad Zieglerdid the job in relief, and 
he got credit for the win. Tulsa had a chance in the 9th but came up short.  

May 7th - Tulsa fell behind quickly as the Chicago offense came through in the first
inning scoring one runner using 2 hits.  Chicago rapped out 7 hits for the
night.  Marcus Stroman(5-14) went 7 innings allowing no runs for the victory.

May 8th - Bartolo Colon had an impressive outing and left fielder Randal Grichuk had 4
hits and 4 RBI at The Ball Sack where the Tulsa DiamondVision beat the
Chicago Nads 10 to 2.

May 9th - the Tulsa DiamondVision beat the Chicago Nads by the count of 10 to
3. Bogaerts was a thorn in the side of the hometown fans as he enjoyed a fine day
at their team's expense.  He rifled a three-run blast in the 3rd inning,
doubled bringing in a run in the 5th inning and doubled in the 9th inning.

Buckeyes 6, DVs 4

Buckeyes go 6-4 vs DVs via Team Viewer

4/21 DVs 6 Buckeyes 5
4/22 Buckeyes 12 DVs 9
4/23 DVs 4 Buckeyes 1

6/3 DVs 6 Buckeyes 4
6/4 Buckeyes 2 DVs 1
6/5 DVs 5 Buckeyes 2

7/4 Buckeyes 7 DVs 3
7/5 Buckeyes 7 DVs4

8/12 Buckeyes 6 DVs 0
8/13 Buckeyes 6 DVs 4

Inmates 7, Goofs 3

Via TeamViewer: Inmates 7 – Goofs 3

Holy Double-fucking-play, Batman! The two teams combined to hit into 28 (18 by the Inmates)!

Inmates 1 – Goofs 0 (Magical Kingdom): A pitchers’ duel with Quintana prevailing over Wright. The only run of the game scored off of a Jones sac fly in the 2nd. The Goofs managed only two hits.

Goofs 6 – Inmates 5 (Magical Kingdom): Given a 2-0 lead in the 7th, Brad Hand proceeded to hand (get it? Hand job!...) the game to the Goofsters as the Magical Ones scored six in the inning for the win. Kang hit the first of what would be many homers on the day. The Inmates left the winning run on in the 9th.

Goofs 1 – LDMF 0 (Baptist Bowl): Another pitching duel. Jankowski’s triple in the 8th plated Escobar for the only run of the game. Roark got the CG victory.

Inmates 10 – Goofs 9 (14 innings – Baptist Bowl): A see-saw game for the ages. The Goofs jumped out to a 5-2 lead in the 5th when both Escobar and Kang hit two-run taters (his second homer of the game). The Inmates came storming back in the bottom of the 9th to tie the game at 5, sending things into extra-innings. The bullpens held things in check until Kang led off the 12th with his third homer of the game to give the Goofs a 6-5 lead. That lasted for one pitch in the bottom of the inning as Altuve led off with a solo crank to tie things again. In the 13th, the Goofs again took the lead on a pair of singles and a Jankowski sac fly. Once again, the Inmates came back in the bottom of the inning when Valbuena hit a solo blast with one out to tie the score 7-7. Not to be outdone, Ruiz hit a solo shot in the top of the 14th, and Ramos walked Escobar with the bases loaded to add another run. Score: Goofs 9 – Inmates 7. In the bottom of the inning Altuve led off with a single and Segura followed with a two-run tater to tie the score. One out later Rizzo homered to end the game and put everyone out of their misery.

Inmates 9 – Goofs 0 (Magical Kingdom): An eight-run 7th blew the game open for the Inmates, as the Goofs managed only three hits. Nothing else exciting.

Goofs 5 – Inmates 4 (10 innings – Magical Kingdom): Tanaka went the distance despite giving up four runs in the Inmate 2nd, while the Inmates couldn’t muster any more offense. Brandon Phillips hit a walk-off single in the 10th to end the game.

Inmates 3 – Goofs 2 (Magical Kingdom): A close well-played game. The Goofs put a runner on in the 9th but couldn’t score. Quintana got the win; Degrom the loss.

Inmates 6 – Goofs 4 (Baptist Bowl): The Inmates jumped out to a 5-0 lead and then held on the rest of the way. Tanaka pitched another CG, this time in a losing effort. Segura had three hits, including a homer, for the Inmates.

Inmates 7 – Goofs 3 (Baptist Bowl): A four-run 1st put the Beakless Chicken Gang on top for good as the good guys coasted for the victory. Cargo tatered while Quintana picked up his third win of the series.

Inmates 4 – Goofs 3 (Baptist Bowl): A two-run home by Valbuena in the Inmate 7th proved to be the game-winner. Wright took the loss; Madson got credit for a long save.

The HEAD INMATE


Sunday, July 30, 2017

Fungoes 4, DVs 1

Fungoes win 4 out of 5 vs DVs via Teamviewer.  All 5 at WTF:

June 21:
Fungoes and DVs all even after 9 innings, 2-2.  Fungoes walk it off in the bottom half of
the 10th when Mike Trout slashes a bases loaded single into center field, winning it 3-2.  
Ryan Braun homers for the DVS.  Addison Reed takes the loss in relief while Will Harris 
(4-8) collects the win.  DVs outhit the Fungi 9-6.

June 22:
DVs score early and often and win it 9-4.  Joe Musgrove falls to 0-3 for the Fungoes while 
Bartolo Colon wins it for the DVs.  Cory Seagar and Martin Prado both homer for the DVs.

August 28:
Fungoes take an early 3-0 lead.  DVs even the score with a 3 run 5th inning.  Fungoes push
across a run in the bottom of the 6th and then hold on to win it 4-3.  David Price improves to
11-7.  Will Harris collects save number 21.  Miguel Gonzalez takes the loss for the DVs.  
Dexter Fowler homers for the DVs.

August 29:
Fungoes score 2 first inning runs and that is all of the scoring in this one, Fungoes win 2-0.  
Joe Musgrove collects his first win of the season improving his record to 1-3.  Seth Lugo 
takes the loss for the DVs.  Will Harris notches save number 22.  

August 30:
Fungoes jump out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning.  DVs tie it up at 3 with 2 runs in the 3rd
inning and a single run in the 5th.  Fungoes score 1 in the bottom of the 5th and 1 more 
in the bottom of the 6th to take a 5-3 lead into the 6th.  DVs promptly tie it up at 5 when
they push accross 2 runs in the top of the 6th.  This game stays tied until the bottom half 
of the 14th inning when a whole lot of Bullshit fell directly onto the DVs and the Fungoes 
walk it off on a Rougned Odor ballpark single (1-7) when he rolled a 2.  Before that, Greg
Garcia led off the home half of the 14th with a single.  Sal Perez followed with a single (on 
an open triangle single 1-3 GBA 4-20).  Fungoes won it on bullshit but got there because the 
Fungo bullpen no-hit the DVs for the last 7 and 1/3 innings.  Win goes too Daniel Robertson
as he improves to 8-0.  Loss goes to Addison Reed.