Sunday, May 21, 2017

Inmates 10, Rhinos 4

Inmates 4 – Rhinos 3 (Baptist Bowl): Syndergaard fanned 13 Inmates in seven innings, but a 3-run Inmate 1st put the Horned Wonders in a hole from the start. JDMart hit a two-run homer to lead the offense for the Inmates.
Inmates 6 – Rhinos 5 (Baptist Bowl): Another close game, with JDMart hitting a pair of taters, including the game-winner in the 8th. Madson lucked into the win; Bedrosian took the L.
Rhinos 9 – Inmates 5 (Baptist Bowl): The Rhinos out-slugged the Beakless Chicken Gang to hang on for the win. Story, Myers, and Gordon all homered for the bad guys.
Inmates 11 – Rhinos 1 (Rhino Preserve): Cole took it for the team, allowing 11 runs on 15 hits (including four taters) for the complete game loss. Zach Davies allowed a solo jack to Kemp in the 9th to lose the shutout.
Inmates 1 – Rhinos 0 (Rhino Preserve): A classic pitching duel between Manaea and Nola. Rizzo scored the only run of the game in the 4th for the Inmates.
Inmates 7 – Rhinos 6 (Rhino Preserve): A not-particularly-well-played game won by the Beakless Chicken Gang only because time ran out before the Rhinos could score enough.
Inmates 4 Rhinos 1 (Rhino Preserve): The Rhino misery continued compliments of Cargo, who hit a pair of homers and accounted for all of the Inmate runs. Only seven hits were allowed by both teams for the entire game; both Gray and Sanchez pitched CGs.
Inmates 7 – Rhinos 5 (Rhino Preserve): Rhino luck continued to suck as errors by Story and Lemahieu allowed four unearned runs to score for the Inmates. Kemp homered in a losing cause.
Inmates 5 – Rhinos 1 (10 innings – Rhino Preserve): The Inmates won their sixth straight in the 10th, scoring four runs to slam the door on the Pointed Proboscis. JDMart homered again.
Rhinos 7 – Inmates 6 (Rhino Preserve): Rhinos win! Rhinos win! A five-run 8th shocked the Inmates, giving the Rhinos a 1-6 record at home vs the Inmates.
Rhinos 11 – Inmates 5 (Baptist Bowl): The first half of a double-header featured one of the weirdest pitching performances in NASOMA history. The Rhinos scored a ten-spot off of Salazar in the 2nd, who allowed only three hits in five innings while striking out eight. The biggest issue was he walked fifteen fucking batters. Told that he needed to throw strikes he accommodated by allowing Kemp to hit a homer that still hasn’t re-entered the atmosphere. All told, Salazar threw 262 pitches during his stint. Ugly.
Inmates 7 – Rhinos 5 (11 innings – Baptist Bowl): The nightcap of the DH took the teams into the early morning hours until Valbuena hit a two-run jack in the bottom of the 11th to ice the game for the good guys.
Rhinos 14 – Inmates 6 (Baptist Bowl): Nothing but ugly. Four Rhinos tatered, Votto doubled three times, and the Inmates are bludgeoned.

Inmates 3 – Rhinos 1 (Baptist Bowl): Superlative Inmate pitching sends the Rhinos back to the zoo with their tenth loss of the day.

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