National League Pitcher of the Week – Mario Soto – Fire Lake Segers

1-0 record, 9.0  innings pitched, 0.00 ERA, 3 hits, 10 strikeouts,  & 1 walk




American League Pitcher of the Week – Justin Verlander  – Fort Worth Cats

1-0 record, 9 innings pitched, 0.00 ERA, 3 hits, 9 strikeouts, & 1 walk




National League Player of the Week – Chuck Klein  – Detroit Deloreans

.615 avg / 1.308 slg, 8 for 13, 6 doubles, 1 home run, 3  runs, & 2 RBIs, 2nd consecutive week




American League Player of the Week – Shoeless Joe Jackson  – Madison East Puregolders

.533 avg / 1.133 slg, 8 for 15, 1 doubles, 1 triple, 2 homers, 3 runs, 6 RBIs, & 4 walks

Jack Street Hustlers @ Menomonee  Minutemen
Series Preview: Series simmed at Jared’s request,
Game #1: Waite Hoyt spins a four-hit complete game in a 4-2 win for Menomonee with Ken Griffey smacking his 5th home run of the season.
Game #2: Mark McGwire, Rogers Hornsby and Bob Meusel all go deep in support of Bill Byrd as he goes the distance in an easy 7-2 win by Jack Street.
Game #3: Edgar Martinez homers as the Jack Street Hustlers stroll their way to a 14-1 on-base percentage wet dream with 13 hits and 12 walks.
Game #4: Pumpkinhead Barry Bonds homers and drives in three and Tommy John goes the distance in a 4-1 win for the Minutemen.
Series Summary: Spliteroo for the Hustlers and Minutemen.
Kansas City Blues @ Lewisberry Country Blumpkins
Series Preview: Country Blumpkins, losers of 11 straight, try to right the ship with a Home series for a change. As usual, the more things change, the more they stay the same….
Game #1: Bridges vs Hershiser
Babe Ruth hits his 4th Hr of the year but a 3run 7th dooms the Blumpkins once again. Ruth adds another RBI in the 7th but it’s not enough as LCB drops their 12th in a row.
Blues 4 Blumpkins 3
Game #2: Simmons vs Beckett
Bob Bescher’s RBI 1B in the top of the 9th breaks a 3-3 tie and gives the Blumpkins their 13th straight loss. Boog Powell crushes 2 solo shots for KC.
Blues 4 Blumpkins 3
Game #3: Koosman vs Ruth
Ruth hurls a CG 4 hitter and Steve Sax knocks in 3 runs as LCB FINALLY wins a game.
Blumpkins 4 Blues 0
Game #4: DeGrom vs Morris
Morris tries to replicate Babe but coughs up B2B solo HRs from Durham and Posada in the 8th and promptly gets yanked. Luckily, the pen holds on. Bernie and Freeman hit solos for the Blumpkins.
Blumpkins 3 Blues 2
Series Summary: Series split as Coach Jethro hopes things are starting to turn around. Ruth should be a candidate for POTW (9ip, 4H, 3W, 6K). No batters really lit the world on fire.
Chicago Nine @ Purry Cowpokes
Series Preview: Chicago 9 (37-40) comes into Purry (46-31) to take on the Cowpokes. I try to play as many series as I can head to head. My apologies to Stray. Internet was supposed to be set up in our new house but still waiting.
Game #1: Ed Bailey hit a 3-run homer and Chase Utley added a 2-run blast to lead Purry to a 7-6 victory over Chicago.
Game #2: Javier Vazquez improves his record to 12-2 and Ed Bailey goes 4-5 with a double and 3 rbi’s. Final score Purry 7 Chicago 3.
Game #3: Tris Speaker drives in 3 runs and Vida Blue pitches 7 innings of 2 run ball. Final score Purry 4 Chicago 2.
Game #4: Willie McCovey hit a 2-run triple and added a sacrifice fly. Rickey Henderson adds 2 rbi’s. Down 5-0 in the 5th, Chicago gets a pair of 2-run blasts from Brooks Robinson and John Mayberry. That was the end of the scoring. Final score Purry 5 Chicago 4.
Series Summary: Purry sweeps the 4 game set. Ed Bailey went 6-12, double, homer, 2 run, 6 rbi’s
Middle Channel Sturgeon @ Madison East Puregolders
Series Summary: No Results
Las Vegas @ New Westminster Salmonbellies
Series Preview: Cecil Fielder comes to town with his league leading 23 home runs tied with John Mayberry, whom the Bellies had to put up with last week, to take on Martin Dihigo and the Salmonbellies.
Game #1: Las Vegas: Howie Camnitz 8 – 5 New Westminster: Jeff Tesreau 8 – 5

Tesreau pitches a 2 hit complete game shutout.
Camnitz pitches a 7 hitter with Jimmie Wynn going 3 for 3 with 2 doubles, a run, an rbi and a walk.

Final Score 4 – 0 for the Salmonbellies

WP: Jeff Tesreau 8 – 5 LP: Howie Camnitz 8 – 5

Game #2: Las Vegas: Bob Buhl 7 – 1 New Westminster: Dutch Leonard 10 – 4

Pirates start the game off scoring in the first from a Dimaggio walk and a Cecil Fielder FC RBI number 60.

In the 3rd the Salmonbellies take a 3 – 1 lead on an RBI by Junior Gilliam and later by a 2 rbi single by Jack Clark scoring Dihigo and Gilliam.

In the bottom of the 4th the Bellies score 5 more runs to take a commanding 8 – 1 lead.

Bottom of the 7th and the Bellies put up another 5 runs and one more in the 8th to make the final
score 14 – 1.

Dihigo (16) and Beltran (10) each homered in the game. Dihigo had a big game going 4 for 5, scoring 3 times and knocking in 5. Beltran had a 2 for 5 night knocking in 4 and scoring once.

WP: Dutch Leonard 11 – 4 LP: Bob Buhl 7 – 2

Game #3: Las Vegas: Warren Spahn 5 – 8       New Westminster: Dwight Gooden 7 – 3

In the first Felipe Alou give the Bellies a 1 – 0 lead with a home run.
In the second Willie Mays hits a single scoring Campanella from third. 2 – 0

Cecil Fielder walks in the top of the 4th and Craig Biggio ties up the game with a 2 run home run.

Dihigo leads off the 4th with a two bagger and Ron Hunt follows up with a run scoring 2b for a 3 – 2 lead.

Top of the 6h and Willie Stargell leads off with a single and Biggio hits and runs Willie to 3rd. I use the name Willie because it makes him look faster.
With one out Prince Fielder hits a grounder to first and Alou manages to look Stargell back to third but Prince beats out infield ground out. Groat hits a fly ball to Willie Mays but Willie decides to hold 3rd.

Here comes Kessinger, easy out. He slaps one between Hunt and 2b and Alou for a lovely single
scoring Stargell and Biggio for a 4 – 3 lead.

Bottom of the 7th and Billy Werber gets on with little roller to Kessinger who boots it. Werber steals 2nd and ties up the game on a Jack Clark single.

Bottom of the 10th with Jesse Crain pitching well, walks Joe Kuehl. With Werber at the plate Kuehl steals 2nd. Crain is done. Here come the end of the rally, Rollie Fingers.
Rollie loses him with a walk. Paul Waner then sacrifices the runners to 2nd and 3rd. Up comes the Toy Cannon. Rollie puts him on with IBB.
Johnny Bassler bats for Campanella and flies out to CF Joe Dimaggio and his 39 arm and Kuehl with his 17 speed. 39 take away 17 leaves 22 from 45 means fly out. Up comes Martin Dihigo who has already had 2 hits in the game.

* M. DIHIGO ’26 facing R. FINGERS ’84, B 10th, 2 Outs, Bases Loaded, Tied 4-4
The runners take their lead … the pitch … base hit right field … CLEMENTE ’58 is after it
he cuts it off deep in the gap … it’s all over … KUHEL ’40 scores

WP: Andy Messersmith 4 – 2 LP: Jesse Crain 0 – 1

Game #4: Las Vegas: John Candelaria 2 – 4 New Westminster: Sam Leever 8 – 4

The Salmonbellies started the scoring on the first pitch with a HR from Carlos Beltran (11).

Things are pretty quiet till the bottom of the 6th when Jack Clark gets hold of one with two out to make the score 2 – 0.

Bottom of the 8th and Jimmie Wynn knocks in a run to finish the scoring. New West wins 3 – 0.

WP: Sam Leever 9 – 4         S: Bill Caudill 8      LP: John Candelaria 2 – 5

Series Summary: The biggest thing in this series was to try and keep potential all star Papa Smurf quiet and Bellies pitchers managed to do so with an 0 – 11 and one IBB. Martin Dihigo was the big hitter in the series going 8 for 16 with 4 runs 1-2b 1-HR   6 – RBI and a BB.     Salmonbellies outscored the Pirates 26 – 5 in the series.
Fort Worth Cats @ Indiana Indians
Series Preview: Fort Worth (51-22) visits Indiana (29-44).
Game #1: Verlander with 3-hit shutout as Cats win 5-0. David Price takes the loss to drop to 0-7.
Game #2: String Bean Williams wins his Indians debut and Thurman Munson drives in 2 for a 6-3 Indians victory. Greg Maddux loses his first game of the season (13-1). Keeler has 3 hits for the Cats.
Game #3: Mickey Mantle and Joe Carter with solo HR’s (Indians’ only hits) to lead Indians to 2-1 win. Drysdale over Williams.
Game #4: Cats win final game 6-4. Home Run Baker leads the way with 3 hits. Kaat over Alexander.
Series Summary: Moral victory for Indians to split 4-game series.
Kansas City A’s @ Cincinnati Knights
Series Preview: The Kansas City A’s (29-45, T-6th A.L. East) come to Cincinnati (47-28, 2nd A.L. West) for their first-ever visit to Glenn Sample Field.
Game #1: KCA 1-4-1, CIN 5-8-1
Jason Giambi clubbed a three-run homer (his 13th) in the fourth inning to open the scoring and provide enough of a margin for the Outlaws win. Fred Lynn added a solo shot in the fifith (his fourth) to make a winner of Mike Scott (6-5).
Game #2: KCA 4-7-0, CIN 2-4-0
The game of bleeding out from a thousand papers cuts made a winner of Phil Niekro (3-3). Bobby Bonds (11th) and Odell Hale (2nd) went yard for the A’s, as Hank Aaron chipped in with a pair of doubles).
Game #3: KCA 8-14-0, CIN 6-11-0
Cincinnati held a 5-1 lead after three innings, but Kansas City reeled off the next seven runs of the game and held on for the win. Don Buford powered a pair of homers to cap-off a 3-for-5 hitting day. Ferguson Jenkins improved his record to 8-7.
Game #4: KCA 9-13-1, CIN 4-7-0
Eddie Cicotte was dominant in this game, working six scoreless innings and limiting the Outlaws attack to just four hits. Bobby Doerr was a one-man wrecking crew, going 3-for-5 with a pair of three-run homers.
Series Summary: While Cincinnati does not offer the fine cuisine of Kansas City, the A’s feasted on Outlaws pitching. It was a solid showing by the visitors that should help propel them into fifth place in the A.L East. The home squad? The All-Star break cannot come soon enoug
Boston Braves @ Wrigleyville Whales
Series Preview: A couple of last place teams battle to avoid title of worst team in American League.
Game #1: G-1- Newcombe v Hunter. Braves hammer 5-HR’s off of Catfish & 6 total, scoring in 6 of 9-innings on way to 10-1 slaughter of Whales. Dom DiMaggio (2-2,3), Pedroia (1), A.Gonzalez (7), E.Mathews (10) and Rice (12) circled the bases in what seemed to look more like a Merry-Go-Round. Dom drove in 4-runs to lead offense and Newcombe (6-8, 2.61) held Whales to 1-run on 6-hits over 7-IP to gain the win!

FINAL Braves 10 Whales 1

Game #2: G-2- P.Martinez v McNally. Whales rough up Pedro for 7-runs on 8-hits in only 5-innings as Whales even up series with 9-5 victory! Lollar (7) and Lazzeri (9) clubbed HR’s for Wrigleyville with Lollar driving in 3-runs in win. McNally (1-0, 5.40) earned an ugly “W”, going 6.2-Innings while give up 5-runs, 4-earned with 4-walks and 1-K.

FINAL Whales 9 Braves 5

Game #3: G-3- Antonelli v Quinn. Braves held a 4-2 lead going into last of the 8th but Whales rally off of Antonelli and pen. Lollar led off with a 1B and Jeff Shaw replaced Antonelli. Smith sacrificed PR-Bates to 2nd. Holliday hit a fly ball to DiMaggio for out # 2 but Yaz singled over head of Mathews to score Bates and Irish Meusel followed with a Pinch-Hit, 2-Run-HR down the LF line, his 5th of the season and gave Whales a 6-4 lead!

LuCroy led off Braves 9th with a 2B off of Burke and Melancon replaced Burke. DiMaggion singled and LuCroy checked in @ 3rd. Hall singled in LuCroy and Dom stopped @ 2nd. Adrian Gonzalez followed with a 1B and Dom’s run made it 6-6. Rudolph replaces Melancon. He K’d Rice but Gabby Hartnett delivered a RBI-1B to plate Hall and give Braves a 7-6 lead! Mathews grounded into a 6-4-3 DP.

Combs walked in 9th with 1-out but Corsi retired Ritchey and Fisk to earn his 5th save! Garciaparra launched lone homer for Braves and DiMaggio and Gonzalez had 3-hits apiece in the win. Ritchey (7) R.Smith (3) and I.Meusel (5) popped homers for Whales. Quinn was injured for 7-days.

FINAL Braves 7 Whales 6

Game #4: G-4- Marichal (0-9) v Koufax (2-13). A dream match-up of 2 HOFers who are having rough years. Juan prevails 6-2, as he allows only 2-runs on 8-hits over 7-innings. Gonzalez (8), Rice (13) and Hartnett (6) clubbed HR’s for Braves as Rice & Hartnett hit Back-2-Back HR’s in 5-run, 5th. Stan The Man ripped a solo shot in 6th for Wrigleyville.

Marichal improved to 1-9, 6.35, while Koufax fell to 2-14, 6.21.

FINAL Braves 6 Whales 2

Series Summary: Braves outscore Whales 28-18 and out-homer them 10-6
Coastline Bobcats @ Motown Yankees
Series Preview: Coastline (51-22) leading the NL East visits Motown (36-37) 4th in the
NL West. Coastline looks to add to its lead in the NL East,
Motown wants to get back into the playoff hunt.The games were played “live” using TeamViewer.
Game #1: CLB B.Swift takes the hill against MTY A.Joss
The game opens weel for CLB when Becker leads off the T1 with a 2b, but after Ripken bbs, Joss gets
Wilson and Howard to F8. MTY folows that up by getting 1bs from McGriff and Torriente in the B1, only
to strand both when Valo pops out and Mackey hits into a FC to end the threat. In the CLB T2 Gehrig
leads off with a 3b; Gordon then lines an rbi-1b for a 1-0 CLB lead. The pitching would take over from
there for both teams as CLB Swift doesn’t allow another hit through his 7ip of work and MTY Joss only
allows a Howard 2b in the T6 the rest of the way. CLB goes to its season long formula and brings
Marshall in for the B8 and Sutter on for the save in the B9. Sutter does give up a Torriente 1b with 2
out, bur gats Valo on a 6-4 FC to end the game. CLB Swift (9-5) gets the win, Sutter gets his 30th
save, and Joss (3-8) with the loss.CLB 1, MTY 0
Game #2: CLB C.Finley faces MTY C.Hubbell
CLB gets on the board quickly in the T1 ona Burks solo-HR. In the T4 Burks bbs, C.Ripken executes the
H&R and 1bs putting runners at the corners, and Wilson follows with a Sac fly for a 2-0 CLB lead. CLB
Finley lloks good through 4 scoreless innings but runs into trouble in the B5. MTY Bancroft 2bs, White
rbi-1b an out later cuts the lead in half, and Walker then drives in White with a H&R rbi-2b. CLB Finley,
Casilla, and MTY Hubbell take over and toss scoreless innings through the 8th. In the CLB T9 MTY
Hubbell retires Burks and Ripken on groundouts but can’t slip a fastball by CLB Wilson as he hits a
solo-HR over the LF wall. CLB Sutter comes on in the B9 and after giving up a lead-off 1b to Ashburn,
gets the next three out for his 31st save. CLB Casilla (4-3) gets the win in relief and C.Hubbell (5-7)
takes the loss despite giving up only 4 hits.CLB 3, MTY 2
Game #3: CLB D.Stieb duels MTY D.Brown
CLB opens the scoring in the T3 with the help of some shoddy defense by MTY. CLB Williams leads off
with a 2b, 1 out later, Stieb lays down a hard bunt which MTY Bancroft charges and then throw away
letting Williams score. CLB Burks then knocks in Stieb with a 2-out rbi-2b. In the B3 MTY gets one back
when Lofton 1bs, moves up on groundout, and scores on a McGriff rbi-2b. In the CLB T5 Kemp 2bs with
2 out and then scores on Burks rbi-1b. In the B7 Mackey hits a solo-HR to bring MTY within a run. MTY
keeps the pressure on with a run in the B8 when Ashburn 1bs with 2 out and then scores on a McGriff
H&R rbi-2b. Game tied at 3-3 going into the T9. MTY Mingori and CLB Marsall toss a scoreless 9th. MTY
goes to Uehara for a scoreless 10th. MTY makes the tough decision to PH Walker for Uehara in the B10
and he draws a 2-out walk, but Marshall gets Ashburn 3U to end the inning. MTY brings on Ames in the
T11 and CLB PH Goslin hits a solo-HR to lead-off the inning. Gordon follows with a 2b and M.Williams
1bs, but Gordon is held at 3rd. MTY Lofton then pegs Gordon at the plate on a F8 by White and it looks
like the Yanks will the keep the game within 1 run. But CLB Gehrig (in the game on a double-switch) gets
the CLB an extra run with a H&R rbi-2b. CLB uses Albers and then Sutter to close out the game in the
B11. CLB Marshall (4-2) earns the win, Sutter picks up his 32nd save, and Ames (0-2) is handed the
loss.CLB 5, MTY 3 in 11 innings.
Game #4: CLB K.Brown is sent out against MTY A.Wainwright
CLB looking for the sweep opens up early on Wainwright in the T1 when Becker reahces on White’s error,
Jenkins is HBP, Ripken rips an rbi-1b, Wilson bbs to load the bases, and Howard tomahawks a 3-run 2b
for a 4-0 ‘Cats lead. Wainwright would toughen up and not yield another run through the 7th inning.
Meanwhile, the Yanks go about the business of getting back into the game in the B2 when Torriente bbs
and scores on Hack’s rbi-2b. In the MTY B4 Hack bbs and Mackey hits a 2-run HR to pull the Yanks within
a run at 4-3. The Yanks complete the comeback in the B6 with a McGriff solo-HR. Unfortunately the Yanks would give back the lead in the T8 when PH Skowron 2bs, Berger PRs, Gordon 1bs, but Berger is
held due to Walkers 36 arm in LF. M.Williams then drives an rbi-1b through the drawn in infield. CLB Sutter comes on in the B9 for his 33rd save as CLB K.Brown (10-6) gets the win and MTY S.Mingori
(5-4) gets the loss.CLB 5, MTY 4
Series Summary: Coastline sweeps Motown, but all the games were close; 3 1-run games and 1-2 run game. CLB Swift
loses his chance at pitcher of the week as he is not given the chance to close out the game despite only
giving up 2 hits and 0 runs. Sutter saves all 4 games for the Bobcats. Not a lot of offense in the series,
but Mackey does hit 2 HRs for the hometown Yanks.
West Michigan Retrogrades @ Hollywood Zombies
Series Summary: Hollywood steals 1 but loses the rest…a pattern
Clockwork Heroes @ Detroit DeLoreans
Series Preview: Sorry LEGgers! A file error precipitated a series replay. Clockwork Heros (52-21) vs. Detroit DeLoreans (40-33).
Game #1: CWH 3 – DET 4 (10)
Game #2: CWH 3 – DET 4 (12)
Game #3: CWH 3 – DET 2
Game #4: CWH 5 – DET 7
Series Summary: Close series! Detroit was fortunate to take three of four games. The DeLoreans Chuck Klein continues to pound the ball going 8 for 13 (.615) with a HR, three doubles, three runs, and two RBI. Unfortunately, injuries occurred in the first three games of the series to C. Morgan (5 days), A. Vaughn (11 days), S. Rice (1 day), and B. Terry (5 days).
Climax Cougars @ San Tan Valley Moonrakers
Series Preview: The cougars bring their high powered offense to San Tan Valley for a match against a good but not great Moonraker squad.
Game #1: Sam Crawford goes 4-5 and drives in 3 runs in a Cougar 10-6 win. Mel Ott clubs a homer around the right field pole. “Pop” Lloyd drives in 4 with a homer and a single. Smokey Joe wood wins his 5th. Eric Plunk saves his 7th.
Game #2: Ott cracks another homer, but Hal Trotsky of the Moonrakers was the story with THREE homers, diving in 5. Oscar Charleston chips in with a two run homer and San Tan wins 10-4
Game #3: San Tan SS Vern Stephens hits a two run homer and that’s more than enough for Randy Johnson, who doesn’t get the shutout in going 8 innings, giving up 4 hits and one run. Jessie Barnes saves the 2-1 San Tan win.
Game #4: Another good San Tan pitching performance as Bump Hadley goes 8 2/3 innings of one run ball, giving up 7 hits ( 3 of them to Johnny Mize). Vern Stephens hits another homer and San Tan Takes the series with a 3-1 win.
Series Summary: Except for game #1, San Tan’s pitching was the difference in the series. Trotsky had another one of his monster games, with his Game #2 3-5, 5 RBI, 3 homer game. Vern Stephens hit 2 homers and drove in 4 for the series.
Virginia Cavaliers  @ Hoboken Zephyrs
Series Preview: The Virginia Cavaliers(34-39) travel to Hoboken to take on the second-place Zephyrs.
Game #1: The Virginia bullpen shut down Hoboken over the final 6.1 innings to earn a hardfought 11-inning affair. Frank Robinson led the Cavalier offense with a first inning solo blast and a double. Stan Spence hit a grand slam in the third inning to account for all Hoboken scoring. Red Faber made key mistakes allowing two in the eighth as he worked his ERA to 2.28.
Virginia 5 Hoboken 4 11 innings
Game #2: Noodles Hahn improved his record to 11-6, 1.68ERA allowing only one hit; a two-run blast by Steve Finley in the 7th inning. Jeff Heath went 3-5 with 3rbi and Stan Spence homered to lead the Zephyr attack.
Hoboken 7 Virginia 2
Game #3: This was a classic seesaw battle as Frankie Frisch hit two clutch solo homers to lead Virginia to a 6-5 fifteen inning victory. Ewell Blackwell took his second loss of the series in relief as his record dropped to 2-7. Alan Trammell and Frank Robinson combined for 5 hits to help fuel the Cavs offense. Eddie Yost led Hoboken going 3-6 with a homer and 2rbis.
Virginia 6 Hoboken 5 15 innings
Game #4: Jimmy Key thwarted the Zephyrs’ hopes for a split as he twirled a beautiful complete game 4-hitter. Key improved his record to 4-4, 3.15era. Tom Seaver left in the 2nd inning with an arm injury.
Virginia 4 Hoboken 1
Series Summary: The Cavaliers outworked Hoboken over the course of the series in taking 3 of 4. Virginia is scraping to keep their playoff hopes alive with this impressive effort.
 Nags Head Surf Sox @ Iowa Giants
Series Preview: Nags come in 29-41 I m sure a disappointing season Iowa for sure a disappointing season comes into series 27-43 two players on DL and hoping to at least get a split to show a little hope in turning things around.
Game #1: NAG 4-4-1 WP T Watson 1-0 SV Cordero 13
IOWA 3-7-1 LP Goosage 1-2
When things go wrong things go wrong Giants take a 3-0 lead in ninth, Feller throwing a 2 hitter and loads the bases, Goose Goosage comes in to shut the Sox down and bang Dave Kingman Grand Slam and Giants lose. That the way season is going so far.
Game #2: NAG 4-12-1 LP N Charlton 2-1
IOW 8-14-0 WP Fidrych 1-0
Bill Doak gets a great start goes 5 innings 6 hits and only 1 ER, the BIRD Mark Fidrych goes 1 inning in relief to get win, Dale Alexander a disappointment so far this season goes through going 2-5 with 5 Rbi and a Grand Slam.
Game #3: NAG 8-16-0 WP Giusti 3-2 SV Watson 2
IOW 6-12-1 LP D Dean 3-6
Wow what can I say Giants coasting along up 6-1 going in 8th Sox get 2 in Eight inning then 3 in 9th to tie game, Game goes 15 innings and Sox get two in 15th for the win. Von Hayes player of game 3-7 4 Rbi and Homer
Game #4: NAG 6-8-0 WP Hamel 5-5 SV Street 3
IOW 4-7-0 LP Feller 4-14
No Bob Feller not on trading block just bad luck Von Hayes, Foxx, Hayes all homer
Series Summary: A very disappointing series as the season as also been that, trying to get team back to 500 but it appears a very tough road to success. NAG player of series Jimmie Foxx 8-18 2 homers 2 doubles and the bullpen of the NAG shut down the Giants in the series. Hope Rudy York got some votes for all star he has the back bone to the offense 15 homers and 32 rbi in just 44 games, Joe Morgan been stealing base with 23 steal in 28 attempts.
Fire Lake Segers @ Pigtown Bombers
Series Preview: Series sweep for Fire Lake. Wrote up the whole game play twice but the computer crapped out and did not send or save. Look at Soto and Gullett for POW honors
1Fantomz Force @ Wainwright Wranglers
Series Summary: No results