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.

Rhinos 5, Sidewinders 5

#1 Rhinos and Snakes trade runs in the first but it is all Sidewinders after that. SSWs win 9-1.   Dahl goes 3 for 4 and Ortiz and Belt hit 2 run HRs

#2 Again single runs are traded in the 1st and again it is all snakes after that. We win 9-4. Marte goes 5 for 5 and Lemahieu has a pair of RBI

#3 Rhinos stomp Moore and Wisler throws 8 shutout innings. I forgot to write down the score.

#4  Bryant and Votto go yard, Thor shuts down the snakes. I again forget to record the final score

#5 Rhinos win again. Sanchez is the winner and Diaz gets the save.Votto and Myers go deep.

#6 Rhinos win again. Fucking Joey Votto

#7  Moore beats Sanchez. A bunch of snakes hit a lot. Votto homers again

#8 Rhinos  win in bottom of 13th. Lemahieau turns 463 4-6-3 double plays

#9 Cueto beats sanchez.  A LOT of stuff happened. Trust me.

#10  SSWs win 9-1. Lester goes the distance

Wahoos 5, Warpigs 2

Cards and dice.
Vindictive, heartless dice.

First 5 games at The BallPork

Game 1 - Wahoos win 4-2. Ender Inciarte leads off the game with a homer. The Pigs get 3 hits in that 1st inning. Their next hit came in the 8th inning. Justin Verlander gets the win.

Game 2 - Wahoos win 8-1. The first 8 batters in the top of the 3rd inning reach base for the Wahoos. Good thing this is a pitcher's park. Marco Estrada gets the win.

Game 3 - Warpigs win 4-3. This should have been another Wahoo win. Verlander had a no-hitter thru 7 innings. Amazingly, he lost the no-hit bid to a pinch hit homer by Francisco Liriano leading off the 8th. A failed squeeze bunt attempt later in the inning kept the Wahoos on top 2-1. They added an unearned run the next inning and led 3-1 going to the bottom of the 9th. With 2 outs and 2 on, Zach Britton was called on to get the last out. Yasmany Tomas pinch hit and blasted a 3-run, walk off homer. Pigs win a game!

Game 4 - Warpigs win 6-5. The Warpigs yanked shitty Carlos Rodon from the game in the 4th. The Wahoos waited until the 5th to pull shitty Mike Foltynewicz. That was the difference as the Pigs hung on. Raisel Iglesias earned his 20th save.

Game 5 - Wahoos win 2-0. The game was scoreless going to the 9th when Brandon Crawford singled home both Wahoo runs. Jake Arrieta and company shut down the Warpigs on 5 singles.

Last 2 games played at The Reservation

Game 6 - Wahoos win 7-4. The Warpigs led 4-2 going to the bottom of the 8th when the Hoos hammered 2 homers, 2 doubles, and 2 singles in the first 7 batters of the inning. I hate this park.

Game 7 - Wahoos win 10-1. No, I fucking hate this park. This time it was the 5th inning when the Wahoos reached base with 7 straight batters. But the big story of this game was Weekend at Bernies, who struck out 19, missing the chance at the 20th when the Pigs were nailed trying to steal 3rd to end the game. "I should have just held onto the ball," said dejected catcher Cameron Rupp. "It didn't dawn on me until it was too late that maybe he was trying to get thrown out so my dead pitcher couldn't strike out 20. I'm so depressed now I think I'll go out boating tonight."

Nads 3, Killer Bees 2

BEES @ NADS - BEES  go 2-3 at the NADS
June 9th - Catcher Tony Wolters had 2 base hits and 3 RBI as 
the Chicago Nads topped the Nashville Killer Bees by a score 
of 9 to 3 at The Ball Sack.
  
June 10th - The Chicago Nads offense put up 5 runs on the scoreboard
 in the 4th inning and readily handled Nashville Killer Bees by a 
score of 8 to 4 at The Ball Sack. Aledmys Diaz brought a roar from 
the partisan The Ball Sack fans when he launched a three-run homer.
  
August 16th - Hernan Perez cracked a homer as the Nashville Killer Bees 
bested the Chicago Nads 4 to 3 at The Ball Sack. Tyler Chatwood)had 
a solid outing for Nashville.  He went 7 and 2/3 innings surrendering 
7 hits and 4 walks.
  
August 17th - Jordan Zimmermann had an impressive outing at The Ball Sack 
as the Nashville Killer Bees beat the Chicago Nads 1 to 0. Zimmermann
was tremendous on the mound for Nashville.  He surrendered only 4 hits 
and no walks in 9 innings
  
August 18th -Vance Worley went the distance at The Ball Sack as the Nashville Killer 
Bees lost a heartbreaker to Chicago Nads by the score of 3 to 2. The game was decided
 in the bottom of the 9th inning.  After two were out Adrian Gonzalez stroked a base-hit. 
 Tyler White next to the plate and he doubled making Chicago the winner,

Friday, July 28, 2017

Warpigs 5, FFTs 2

All games played via TeamViewer @ The Grove.

Game 1 - Warpigs win 3-2 in 11 innings. In a manner befitting this series, the winning run scored in the top of the 11th on a ground ball double play. Archie Bradley, of all people, threw 8 quality innings, matching the equally masterful pitching of Jeff Samardzija, of all people. Starlin Castro, of all people, was the only batter to get more than 1 hit. This game will not be put in a time capsule.

Game 2 - FFTs win 8-2. The FFTs pounded Carlos Rodon. Another game that left nary an impression on the restless crowd.

Game 3 - Warpigs win 11-10 in 12 innings. Hey, at least some interesting things happened this game. 21 runs, 38 hits, 4 errors... 6 homers (2 by Miguel Cabrera). The Pigs blew an 8-1 lead; then the FFTs blew a 10-8 lead. And the two key moments were the result of pitchers with bats. Adam Wainwright, who had pinch hit for the DH in the 6th inning, was still hanging around in the 8th inning. With 2 outs and nobody on, Waino hit his 3rd home run of the year to tie the game. Then, in the 12th, Ender Inciarte hit a 2-out triple with Waino due up again. This time, he was called back for Francisco Liriano, who singled in the eventual winning run. Both hits came off of the pitcher hitting cards.

Game 4 - Warpigs win 8-3. Rich Hill's last start of the year, and he struggled against his former team. Chris Carter and Logan Forsythe both homered, and Adam Wainwright went the distance for the win.

Game 5 - FFTs win 5-4. The Warpigs led 4-3 in the 7th when Hunter Pence let a fly ball to right drop, allowing the tying and go ahead run to score. It was scored a double, and it's not clear whether Pence lost the ball in the sun or if he, maybe, still has some feelings for his old team. Or hell, maybe he was coached to do that by the PigMeister, who has his eyes on a good draft pick next spring.

Game 6 - Warpigs win 8-5. Move along. There's nothing to see here.

Game 7 - Warpigs win 7-2. To appease those damn loud-mouthed parents who come to the after game DQ parties, every Pig got to play in the game. It was so out of hand, even David Peralta homered.

Rhinos 5, Sidewinders 5

TeamViewer.

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Rhinos 4, Warpigs 1

Games played via TeamViewer. All were home games for the Rhinos.

Game 1 - Rhinos win 5-0. Gerritt Cole with the complete game 5-hitter.

Game 2 - Rhinos win 11-2. Trevor Story had 3 hits, including a double and a homer. Aaron Nola went the distance.

Game 3 - Rhinos win 6-5. This one hurt. The Pigs led 5-2 going to the bottom of the 9th. Here's what happened next:

  1. RF-x (rf-3e0) - double
  2. SS-x (ss-3e29) - single, runners on the corners
  3. Walk on the pitcher's card. Bases loaded
  4. Walk on the pitcher's card (same roll). Run scores, bases still loaded.
  5. Single on the pitcher's card (only hit in that column). 2 runs score, game tied. Corners
  6. Single on the pitcher's card (Single 1-3, lineout). Game over.
A rarity in the box score: Raisel Iglesias received credit for a Hold, but was also tagged with the Loss. He came into a save situation, and when he left, we still had the lead (hence, the hold). His successor on the mound allowed his runners to score, however, giving him the loss.

Game 4 - Warpigs win 5-2. Anthony Desclafani allowed 1 run in 6 innings for the win. Raisel Iglesias earned the save. Three interesting tidbits about this game... First, the Pigs tied a team-record with 8 bases. Also, the game ended on a runner trying to tag from 2nd on a fly ball. I half expected a cuckoo clock to go off. And the third thing is, Raisel Iglesias went 2/3 of an inning to earn the save, but in the "Batters faced" column, it has zero. He came on with runners at 2nd & 3rd and 1 out. The batter hit a SF, with the trail runner getting nailed at 3rd. Very odd.

Game 5 - Rhinos win 9-4. Story and Kemp homered.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Skyscrapers 3, SuperGoofs 2

Scrapers take 3 of 5 vs Goofs.

6/16 Sky 6 Goofs 1
6/17 Goofs 3 Sky 1

8/23 Sky 4 Goofs 3
8/24 Sky 4 Goofs 2
8/25 Goofs 8 Sky 2
 

Skyscrapers 6, Warpigs 0

Games played vs CM.

Games 1-3 at The BallPork

Gm 1 - Skyscrapers win 7-6. Russell Martin hit an early 3-run homer, and the Scraper bullpen held on to make a winner of Cole Hamels.

Gm 2 - Skyscrapers win 5-4. Back to back homers in the 9th inning by Paul Goldschmidt and Manny Machado vaulted New York to the win.

Gm 3 - Skyscrapers win 6-5. A homer by Yasmany Tomas brought the Pigs from behind and tied the game, but the Scrapers scored in the 9th again to win their third straight 1-run game.

Games 4-6 at John Olerud Park

Gm 4 - Skyscrapers win 4-2. Manny Machado came up a double short of the cycle.

Gm 5 - Skyscrapers win 5-2. That man Machado again... His 3-run homer in the bottom of the 8th broke a 2-2 tie.

Gm 6 - Skyscrapers win 8-7. New York led 8-1 after 6 innings but had to hang on for the 8-7 win.

The Warpigs played without their regular CFer and RFer due to AB issues. Inciarte pinch ran and played some late-inning defense, but only got 1 or 2 at bats. Pence did the same.

Tweeners 5, Goofs 2

CM games at The Hooverdome.  Tweeners work at sabotaging their own draft position.

4/10 – Goofs 10, Tweeners 6.  Tweeners pen can’t hold the lead for Felix.  A much deserved loss for Treinen.  Rusin wins in relief of deGrom.  4 RBI each for Yunel and Jung Ho.
4/11 – Tweeners 3, Goofs 0.  Combined SHO for MadBum and Treinen, Roark with a CG loss.  Villar 4/4, Arenado 2 RBI.
4/12 #1 – Tweeners 4, Goofs 3.  Tweeners come from behind to win on a Springer 2-run HR.  W – Kuma, S – Treinen, L – Tanaka.
4/12 #2 – Tweeners 7, Goofs 6.  11th inning walk-off homer by Vogt gives Tweeners the DH sweep. W – Logan, L – Cessa.
9/11 – Goofs 3, Tweeners 2.  Treinen with another blown save.  Solo homers by Maybin, Renfroe, Leon was sufficient.  W – Wright, S – Uehara.
9/12 – Tweeners 3, Goofs 2.  Hisashi Iwakuma(10-12) was the winner allowing no runs in 7 innings. Boone
Logan got the save, his 9th.  Jacob Degrom(2-1) was tagged with the loss.

Despite losing Disney's manager was optimistic after the game.  'We'll get
over this one.  Sometimes the breaks fall your way, sometimes they don't.
Any one of a dozen little things go different, and we come out on top.'

9/13 – Tweeners 14, Goofs 7.  Tweeners take the slow-pitch finale.  Robbie Ray allows only 6 runs in 5.1 to get the win, Nova credited with a save for preserving the 8 run lead.  Yu Darvish was carted from the mound to the 60-day DL after 7 IP, 15 hits, 14 earned runs.

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Strat Weekend in Lexington

I'm hoping we get some stories back from the Strat-O-Palooza weekend in Lexington because all I have to report are the results.

Tweeners 5, Goofs 2 (the pre-weekend warm-up series played vs the Goof CM)
Sidewinders 8, Nads 2 (computer games, I'm guessing)
Mavs 4, Tweeners 1 (cards and dice would be the guess here)
Mavs 9, Nads 1
Tweeners 6, Warpigs 4 (via TeamViewer)
Sidewinders 6, Mavs 4
Mavs 8, Killer Bees 2

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Goofs and Pigs Trade

The Warpigs traded Dansby Swanson and their 3rd round pick to the SuperGoofs for Jacob deGrom.

Tweeners 6, Warpigs 4

Tweeners and Pigs pulled an all-nighter via TeamViewer as part of the Lexington Strat-O-Palooza.

Game 1 @ The BallPork - Tweeners win 5-2. George Springer was the star, going 3-3 with 3 doubles, 2 walks, and 2 RBI.

Game 2 @ The BallPork - Warpigs win 6-2. A 5-run 1st inning followed by a whole lotta nothing. Archie Bradley went 7 innings for the win.

Game 3 @ The Hooverdome - Warpigs win 4-3 in 18 innings. Talk about neither team wanting to win. Logan Forsythe homered in the top of the 18th for the winning run. Michael Wacha was the hero of the game, though, throwing 8 innings of 4-hit shutout relief.

Game 4 @ The Hooverdome - Tweeners win 4-1. Madison Bumgarner dominated the Pigs.

Game 5 @ The Hooverdome - Tweeners win 6-5. The Tweeners scored 4 runs in the bottom of the 9th for the walk off win. Nolan Arenado ended it in dramatic fashion with a 3-run blast.

Game 6 @ The BallPork - Tweeners win 5-2. Robbie Ray with the complete game 5-hitter.

Game 7 @ The BallPork - Tweeners win 8-5. The Tweeners overcame a 5-1 deficit. The big blow was a home run by Jonathan Schoop.

Game 8 @ The BallPork - Tweeners win 1-0. Felix Hernandez and Kendall Graveman had a classic pitcher's duel. A 2-out, 9th inning single by Stephen Vogt plated the only run of the game. Overheard in the post-game celebration, "You guys are killing our draft position!!!"

Game 9 @ The Hooverdome - Warpigs win 7-2. The Pigs break the 5-game losing streak with a complete game victory by Archie Bradley.

Game 10 @ The Hooverdome - Warpigs win 4-3. Getaway day and it's 3:20AM in Lexington. Just glad it didn't go extra innings.

Friday, July 21, 2017

Buckeyes and FFTs Trade

The Buckeyes sent Nomar Mazara and Hanley Ramirez to the FFTs for Nelson Cruz and the return of the Buckeye 3rd rounder.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

FFTs 3, SuperGoofs 2

FFT's take 3 of 5 at Goofs

5/13 Goofs 3 FFTs 1
5/14 FFTs 2 Goofs 0

7/20 FFTs 2 Goofs 0
7/21 Goofs 4 FFTs 3 (14 innings)
7/22 FFTs 3 Goofs 2

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Sidewinders 3, DVs 2

In no particular order, the DVs hate:
·         The Sidewinders stupid park
·         The Sidewinders stupid bullpen
·         The Sidewinders stoooopid brother
But enough about me, let’s talk about what a great manager I am - and not to bury the lead, the real news is that the Snakes drummed the DVs 3 out of 5, (2 of 3 in the snakepit, then we split in DV land).
The first 3 were all Sidewinder pitching, winning 5-1 and 2-0, and the DVs lucked out a 2-1, 10 inning win on a solo home run in the 9th and 10th off of Andrew Miller. Snakes bullpen held on for a 4-3 win in game 4, then the DVs doubled their total offensive output in the last game with a 7-1 win (which frankly I think Vince just got tired of kicking DV butt).

Fungoes 9, Nads 5

Fungoes 9 vs Nads 5 via manager all played by Fungoman:

Game 1, April 13 at Chicago:
Fungoes win it 6-0 as Kershaw shuts down the Nad batters allowing 1 hit in 
his 5 innings of work.  Mookie Betts hits a home run and drives in 3 for the Fungoes.
Worley takes the loss for the Nads.  Fungo pitching allows just 2 hits.

Game 2, April 14 at Chicago:
Fungoes race out to a 3-0 lead but the Nad bats awaken vs David Price and bang out
11 hits and score 12 unanswered runs winning it 12-3.  Price earns the loss while 
Tillman goes the distance for the complete game victory.  Frazier hits 2 home runs 
driving in 6!

Game 3, April 15 at Chicago:
Fungoes again race out to a 3-0 lead.  Nads come back and take a 7-4 lead.  Fungoes 
score 3 in the 8th inning to tie the score and that would turn out to be a long big mistake.
9 innings later it is still tied 7-7.  Nads win it with a walk off 3-run dinger by Omar Narvaez!
"Who the hell is Omar Narvaez?" wonders the bewildered Fungo manager!  Tony Barnette 
picks up the win by pitching 9 innings in relief for the Nads!  Will Smith takes the loss for the 
Fungoes though it was Matt Boyd who gave up the three run blats!  Fungoes can't get out of 
Chicago fast enough!!

Game 4, May 26 at WTF:
Fungoes are on the right side of this blow out winning it 11-3.  David Price improves to 9-7 
while Tillman takes the loss for the Nads.  Fungoes amassed 14 hits on the day.

Game 5, May 27 at WTF:
Fungoes win this one 4-0.  Straily, Kelly and Robertson combine for the shut out.  Brett
Gardner hits his 2nd home run of the season for the Fungoes.

Game 6, May 28 at WTF:
Santiago (7-4) shuts down the Nads in this Fungo 6-1 victory.  Matz gets the loss for the Nads.
Frazier and Sal Perez both homer.

Game 7, May 29 at WTF:
Kershaw improves to 15-2 taking a no-hitter into the ninth inning.  Gonzalez leads off the 9th 
inning with a hit prompting the Fungo manager to replace Kershaw with Carlos Torres.  Torres 
picks up his first save of the season while Jaime Garcia takes the loss.  Final score 3-0.

Game 8, August 4 at WTF:
Nads shut out again as Price (10-7), kelley, Robertson and Harris combine for a 3-hit
shutout.  Stroman and Siegrist allow the Fungoes only 2 hits but they are back to back and the 
second hit is a 2-run Brett Gardner home run!  Stroman takes the hard luck loss for the Nads.

Game 9, August 5 at WTF:
Close game the Nads win 5-4 behind an outstanding outing by Matz, who picks up the win for the Nads.
Straily takes the complete game loss for the Fungoes.  Kintzler grabs the save.  Frazier, Diaz and Betts all homer.

Game 10, August 6 at WTF:
Nads win another close one 4-3.  Siegrist picks up the win in relief while Harris takes the loss allowing 2 runs 
in the ninth inning.  Dozier and Murphy both homer.

Game 11, September 14-game 1 at Chicago:
Kershaw and company win this one 6-0.   Kershaw goes 5 innings improving his record to 16-2.  Murphy, Betts
and Sal Perez all homer for the Fungoes.

Game 12, September 14-game 2 at Chicago:
Nads wake up at home winning this one 6-4.  Kintzler picks up the win in relief of Matz while Musgrove takes the
loss for the Fungi.  Trout and Sal Perez homer for the Fungoes while Calhoun, Ramirez and Gonzales all
homer for the Nads.

Game 13, September 13 at Chicago:
Back and forth game finally won by the Fungoes with a 5 spot in the ninth to take a 11-7 lead.  Nads fall just short 
in the ninth losing it 11-10.  O'Day with the win and Kelley the save for the Fungoes while Feliz gets the loss in relief 
for the Nads.  Trout hits 3 home runs while driving in 7 for the Fungoes.

Game 14, September 14 at Chicago:
Fungoes win this one 8-4 to close out the season series with the Nads.  Santiago improves to 8-4 while Worley takes
the loss for the Nads.  Hosmer, Ramirez and Broxtom all homer.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Fungoes 6, Sidewinders 4

Fungoes and Snakes played 10 games via Team Viewer, here are the results:

Game 1, April 26 at WTF:
David Price mows down 14 Snakes in 7 innings as the Fungoes win 3-1.  Longoria homers for the Snakes.
Price improves to 8-5 while Lester takes the loss.  Will Harris collects his 18th save.

Game 2, April 27 at WTF:
Fungoes race out to a 6-0 lead and hold on to win it 6-2.  Moore takes the loss for the Snakes while Straily 
picks up the win for the Fungoes.  Zunino and Trout both homer.

Game 3, June 9 at the Snake Pit:
Fungoes win this one in the 12th inning with a bases loaded walk.  Will Harris notches his 19th save with a perfect 
12th inning.  Will Smith picks up the win in relief while Craig Kimbrell takes the loss.  Matt Joyce homered for the 
home team.

Game 4, June 10 at the Snake Pit:
Snakes take the lead in the bottom of the 5th and hold on to win it 5-4.  Santiago (6-3) takes the loss while
Paxton get the win for the Snakes.  Miller collects the save.  Hosmer, Walker and Zunino all homer.

Game 5, July 9 at WTF:
Fungoes walk it off with a Carlos Beltran 2-run home run in the home half of the 10th inning.  Fungoes
win it 3-1.  Miller takes the loss in relief while David Robertson (7-0) gets the win.

Game 6, July 10 at WTF:
Sidewinders score early and often winning it 9-1.  Moore gets the complete game win while Straily (5-7)
absorbs the loss for the Fungoes.  Matt Joyce hits 2 home runs while Trout and Ortiz also homer.

Game 7, July 11 at WTF:
Fungoes score in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th innings winning it 5-1.  Boyd gets the win while Paxton takes 
the loss for the Snakes.  Murphy and Odor both homer for the home team.

Game 8, August 16 at the Snake Pit:
Snakes score in each of the first four innings winning it 7-4.  Moore wins it for the Snakes while David 
Price falls to 8-6 for the Fungoes.  Fungoes actually out hit the Snakes 15-11 but strand 13 runners.  
Odor, Sal Perez, Werth, Belt and Walker all hit homers.  

Game 9, August 17 at the Snake Pit:
Fungoes race out to a 4-0 lead and hold on to win it 5-1.  Kershaw picks up the win improving his record 
to 13-2.  Chris Sale takes the loss for the home team.  Sal Perez smacked his 12th home run of the season
for the Fungoes.

Game 10, August 18 at the Snake Pit:
Snakes win a close contest 4-2.  Cueto picks up the win while Santiago (6-4) takes the loss for the Fungoes.  
Betts, Saunders and Walker all homer.  Miller picks up the save for the Snakes.