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    Braves suffer setback

    By Matt Brumley 08/08/2020, 10:30pm CDT

    After the Braves built up some momentum with their best week of the season, the team came out of the gate with some early mental lapses to kick off the following week.  Despite putting together a late rally in game 1, it was not enough and the Braves dropped 2 to fall to 3-9 on the season.

     

    Game 11:

     

    Brumley’s Braves 17 @ Niswonger’s Lugnuts 18

     

    Matt Brumley: 2 for 3, BB, 2 R, 2 RBI

    Zach San Roman: 2 for 4, 2B, 2 R, RBI

    Jason Chapman: 2 for 3, 2 2B, BB, R, 2 RBI

    Doug Kramer: 2 for 4, R, 2 RBI

    Karlos Rodriguez: 2 for 3, 2B, 3B, 2 R, 2 RBI

    Dustin Madlock: 0 for 0, 3 BB

    Tony Lowery: 2 for 2, 3B, BB, 2 R, 3 RBI

     

    Game 12:

     

    Haas’ Bulls 7 @ Brumley’s Braves 10

     

    Zach San Roman: 2 for 3

    Tim Kaminski: 2 for 3, 2 2B, 2 R

    Jason Chapman: 2 for 3, 2B, R, RBI

    Kevin Knox: 2 for 3, R, 2 RBI

    Doug Kramer: 3 for 3, 2B, R, 2 RBI

     

    Week 6 POW: Tony Lowery – 3 for 4, 3B, BB, 2 R, 4 RBI

    Week 6 ROW: Doug Kramer – 5 for 7, 2B, 2 R, 4 RBI

    Dr C's Week 7 Picks

    By Dr C 08/06/2020, 8:00am CDT

    8: 00     Bulls, River Bandits, Astros, Yard Goats, Muckdogs, Baby Js, Rangers, Iron Pigs

     

    910: Yard Goats, Astros, Royals, Pirates, Iron Pigs, Baby Js, Grasshoppers, Muckdogs

     

    1020:  Pirates, River Bandits

     

    Last week:  11-7

    YTD:            60-48

    POW/ROW Nominees for Week 6

    By JJ Eusay 08/05/2020, 7:00am CDT

    Player of the Week honors for week 12 goes to Royals slugger Max Henry.  His 9 RBI and 2 homers led his team to a sweep.

    Rookie of the week went to Taylor Abrego of the Tigers.  He leads the league in hitting with his .833 avg and hit for the cycle in game 1.  His performance helped his team take two on Sunday.  

    Well Done Gents!

    All nominees for the week were:

    Royals

    POW : Max Henry - 5/6, 3 Runs, 9 RBIs, 1 BB, 1 double, 2 HRs, outstanding defense at 3rd for the sweep

    Pirates

    POW : Tim Jamieson - 4/6, 2 HRs, 9 RBIs, 1 SAC, 3 runs

                 Michael Thiele – 4/6, 2 HRs, 6 RBIs, 3 runs

    Tigers

    POW : Kevin Blake - 6/7, 1 double, 6 RBIs

                Kelly Alexander – 4/7, 3 HRs, 8 RBIs, and awesome pitching for our sweep

    ROW : Taylor Abrego – 7/7, 1 HR, 1 triple, 1 double, 6 runs, 4 RBIs, Hit for the cycle in game 1

    Cubs

    POW : Tanner Gandy - 5/6, 1 BB, 1 single, 3 doubles, 1 triple, 5 runs, 3 RBIs

    ROW : Kevin Gandy – 4/6, 4 singles, 13 RBIs

    Yard Goats

    POW : Ray Hebbeler - 3/6, 2 runs

    ROW : Daryl Drake – 6/8, 1 HR, 6 RBIs, 4 runs

    Knights

    POW : Josh Forniglia – 5/7, 2 HRs, 4 runs, 3 RBIs

    ROW : Will Witherspoon – 4/5, 2 runs, 1 RBI

    Braves

    POW : Tony Lowery – 3/4, 1 BB, 1 triple, 2 runs, 4 RBIs

    ROW : Doug Kramer – 5/7, 1 double, 2 runs, 4 RBIs         

    Muckdogs

    POW : Larry Taub- 3/5, 3 singles, 2 runs, 2 BBs, 2 RBIs. Lockdown defense at 2nd base.

    ROW : Alec Weissman – 6/7, 3 singles, 3 doubles, 3 runs, 1 RBI

                Aaron Holmes – 6/8, 5 singles, 2 doubles, 3 runs

    Rangers

    POW : Jon Kilburn - 5/6, 4 singles, 1 HR, 2 RBIs, 2 runs, and great pitching all day

     

    Indians

    POW : Nick Barr - 4/6, 2 doubles, 1 HR, 2 runs, 5 RBIs

    Grasshoppers

    POW : Tony Macaluso - 4/5, 4 singles, 1 BB, 1 RBI, 2 runs

    ROW : Adam Schor - 4/7, 1 HR, 1 double, 2 singles, 2 runs, 3 RBIs

    Lugnuts

    POW : Leo - 4/6, 1 BB, 1 double, 1 triple, walk off HR, 7 RBIs

    ROW : Owen Phares - 2/4, 1 BB, 2 RBIs

    River Bandits

    POW : Ryan Driggers - 6/7, 3 HRs, 10 RBIs

    Iron Pigs

    POW : Leo Cova - 4/6, 3 HRs, 5 RBIs, 4 runs

    ROW : John Zielinski – 3/6, 3 RBIs, 2 runs scored

    Blue Jays

    POW : Derek Muck - 3/6, 2 runs, 1 BB, 1 double, 1 triple, 3 RBIs, and great defense at 2nd and 1st

    Bulls

    POW : Gumaro Castillo - 4/6, 3 singles, 1 double, 4 RBIs 

    Dash

    POW : Johnny Manjarrez - 2/5, 2 SACs, clutch fielding in LF

    Rangers faulter but still hold on 2nd

    By Jon Kilburn / Kyle Kravitz 08/04/2020, 9:30am CDT

    RANGERS LOSE CLOSE ONE TO THE BULLS

     

    It was a dark and stormy night...oops wrong column... Sunday 8:00 am.. not to hot and the sun cresting over the fields at Spirit park as the Ranger and the Bulls took the field.  The 1st would see the first two Rangers go down in order, then a Jon Kilburn Single to Center..but that would be all the offense the Rangers could muster in the 1st as the next batter went down.  The game would go up and down for several innings as both pitchers worked corners and arcs to get batters out.  The line up would roll over in the top of the 3rd with the inning once again going down with no runs.  Top of 4 would see Jon Kilburn again hit a missile into the gap for the first, moved by a fielders choice and then hit in by a Liam Kilburn single.  

     

    A couple of key defensive plays including a great pick off play at 3rd by Kyle Kravitz to Jon Kilburn to Liam Kilburn would stop the Bulls' Ace Dalton Fallaw from scoring off his double (nearly a triple).  Another great play by Liam Kilburn on a missile (absolutely SMOKED by Daryl Drake) at 3rd.  Great pitching from John Burke and Jon Kilburn.

     

    Top of 5 would see "Stevie" Johnson get a rally starting Single.  He would be driven home by a 2 run blast from Bone.  Followed up by another HR from Jon Kilburn.  However, in the end all the Rangers could do was chase and keep pace, but they couldn't get over the hump for the win.  Great pitching kept the scores low.  Final score Bulls - 8, Rangers - 6.

     

    Jon Kilburn - 3 for 3, HR

    Steve Johnson - 2 for 3

    Tim Crites - 2 for 3

    Liam Kilburn - Great Defense

     

    RANGERS DROP ANOTHER

     

    Grumbling and weary from a tough loss, the Rangers would come out hot putting up 4 on a lead off Double by Glosier, followed by a single from Bone and another missile by Kilburn.  A single from Osgood, followed by a double from Liam Kilburn would score another... End of the first and the Rangers up on the Goats...but that would be short lived! An 8 run inning would put the Yard Goat up...9-4.  A homer by Kravitz in the 4th would get the Rangers to 5. However the Goats would continue to score 1 here, 2 there...and while the Rangers would muster some offense to fight back...the final score Yard Goats - 12, Rangers - 7.

     

    Jon Kilburn 2-3, Double

    Liam Kilburn 2-3, Double

    Brian Osgood 2-3

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    POW: Jon Kilburn 5-6 (4 singles, HR, 2 RBI, 2 RS) and great pitching all day

    Anders Dominates as Henry Powers Royals' Sweep

    By Larry Lachman 08/04/2020, 12:45am CDT

    Lugnuts go deep in game 1 to prove Scott Lawrence wrong yet again.

    In a hard fought back in forth game with the never say quit braves, the nuts were able to get a walk off win.  POW candidate Leo Quiones walked to the plate and unleashed a majestic bomb to end the game in highlight fashion. 

    Game 2 started after a long layoff for the lugnuts who came out flat and gave up a 10 run first inning to the Dash.  Wu did what Wu does and hit a grand slam on one leg destroying any type of momentum deez nuts had gained from the previous walk off win.  Although the nuts won the next 5 innings it was just not enough to come back and get the W.  We as a team have decided that this loss is completely scott's fault as he continues to pick us on shalom live and jinx us...Get it together SCOTT!!!

    Cubs winning streak ends at 6!

    By Erik Clausen/Aaron Nutt 08/03/2020, 6:00pm CDT

    Cubs snagged a split despite playing poorly on both sides of the ball. 
    After falling behind 14-2 in the 4th inning to the Astros due to a barrage of misplays in the outfield,  a massive, 12-run bottom of the 4th brought them back even. Turbo Golden has the big hit in the inning, turning the lineup over with less than two outs with a 2 run double over the shallow playing Left Fielder. The final inning saw a couple of diving stabs from Aaron Nutt and Brady Allsbrook up the middle to keep the score tied into the bottom half of the final inning. With runners on 2nd and 3rd with 2 outs, in a very controversial move the Astros intentionally walked the rookie, speedy lefty Tanner Gandy to pitch to Lee McDonald with the bases juiced, two outs, and the game on the line. The move did not pay off, as McDonald huffed, and he puffed, and hit a walk off salami.
    The Cubs lost the second game.

    Tigers Bring the Big Bats for the SWEEP!

    By JJ Eusay 08/02/2020, 1:45pm CDT

    This season has been one of adversity due to the injury bug.  One player returns and another goes down.  Maybe the captain's injury was a blessing in disguise as we replaced his lack of range and spotty hitting with a solid sub in Vinnie Terhune.  Great day for the Tiger Bats!

    Game 1 vs. Greeley's River Bandits

    This was a tight back and forth affair early on.  We came out of the gate hot and plated 6 runs in the top of the 1st.  The big blow was the first of Kelly Alexander's three bombs on the day.  The Bandits answered with 6 of their own thanks to a bomb by some oaf named Driggers or something like that.  We would score 3 in the 2nd on another Alexander bomb only to be answered by 3 from Greeley's squad.  We put up a 7 spot in the 3rd sparked by 5 consecutive singles by the bottom of the order.  The Banditos would answer with 6.  Alexander would come in to pitch and hold them to only 1 run in the next 2 innings.  We padded the lead in the 4th and 5th with 5 more runs and seal the W.  Great team hitting all around and sparkling defense capped with an amazing diving catch by Super Sub Vinnie Terhune.

    Game 2 vs Roth's Indians

    We started with 4 in the top of the 1st aided by a 3 run bomb from Alexander.  The Injuns would answer with 3 and the bats went kinda silent for both teams for a couple innings.  In the 4th inning clinging to a 8-5 lead, it was time to separate and put this one away against an ailing Indian squad.  An 11 run outburst with solid hitting all the way through the lineup and capped off with a huge grand salami by Terhune. I think the team is petitioning to see if the captain can maybe be out longer so we can keep this kid.  The game was not in doubt after this and we cruised to the sweep with an 18-8 victory.  

    Tigers Stars:

    ROW Candidate Taylor Abrego 7 for 7, HR, 3B, 2B, 6 Runs, 4 RBI Including the cycle in game 1

    POW Candidate Kevin Blake 6 for 7, 2B, 6 RBI

    POW Candidate Kelly Alexander 4 for 7, 3 HR,  8 RBI, Awesome pitching both games.

    Carlos Moran 4 for 7, 3B, 3 2B, 6 Runs, 3 RBI

    Super Sub Vinnie Terhune 4 for 7, GS HR, 5 Runs, & RBI

    Lewis Zwick 2 for 5, 2 R, RBI and great job all day flipping the lineup.

    BULLS bring the Broom in Week 6!

    By Coach Cuddles Haas 08/02/2020, 1:30pm CDT

    Game 1

    BULLS - 8

    Rangers - 6

    The BULLS beat a feisty Rangers bunch in game one. The offense started strong with a four run first, and the masterful Jorts Burke worked his magic and kept the Rangers off balance and in check for the entire game. Standouts on offense were Jorts Burke (3 for 3) and Dalton Fallaw (2 for 2 with an inside the parker). The highlight of the game was a stellar running catch by Michael ‘Bronko Nagurski’ Bourque on a slicing liner into RF. After making the catch (with a runner on and one out), he proceeded to tuck his glove, lower his head, and rush for a solid 16 yard gain before coming to his senses (after a lot of yelling by his teammates) and throwing the ball to the cut off. He did get the first down…

     

    Game 2

    BULLS - 10

    Braves - 7                                                   

    In game two, the BULLS offense was not hitting on all cylinders, but did just enough to squeak by a Braves team in search of its identity. As usual, the mound work by Jorts Burke was stellar, even with a few defensive blunders behind him (mainly in the OF and yes, the captain whiffed on one). The offense was led by Keg Dyer (4 for 4), Hap Burden (3 for 3), Michael Bourque (2 for 2), and Gumaro ‘BIG STICK’ Castillo (3 for 3)!

     

    POW  - Gumaro Castillo – 4 for 6, three singles, 1 double, and 4 RBIs

    Dr C's Week 6 Picks

    By Dr C 07/31/2020, 6:00pm CDT

    8:00    Braves, Muckdogs, Rangers, Yard Goats, R Bandits, Astros, Grasshoppers, Pirates

     

    910:   I Pigs, Tigers, R Bandits, Pirates, Baby Js, Royals, Bulls, Yard Goats

     

    1020:   Dash, Muckdogs

     

    Last week: 8-10

    YTD:         49-41