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    Bulls Struggle Early

    By JC Burks 09/25/2022, 7:00pm CDT

    Solid Split on the Day

    Bulls 17 Leones 5

    This game started off as a battle of defenses with the two pitchers keeping a lid on everything with the Bulls down 1-0 through 4....this early inning struggle has become just a skosh worrisome for Captain Burks. 

    Well the Bulls then busted out of the coral and scored 4 in the fifth, 5 in the sixth, and another 8 in the seventh. This run all started in the fifth with the middle of the lineup pulling the team on their back and firing 3 hard singles to load the basis, Garber getting a FC RBI, Ben BB, then Lewis "Big Stick" Zwick hammers a 2 RBI single, and Matt knocked in his brother for our 4th run of the inning. 

    The Bulls D stood firm and hardly took a lick, the bats stayed hot with a few singles form Cesario, Brumley, Osgood doubled, a sac by Slaver, and 5 straight single by the middle bottom to hang 5 runs in the sixth. 

    Again the defense stayed strong only allowing 1 run from the Leones, and the hats came completely off the bats when we had 9 straight Bulls get on base, with the cherry on top being a 2 run HR by Cesario.

    The defense then again held it together only giving up a couple runs to bring home the 17-5 win!

     

    Storm Chasers 16 - Bulls 5

    The begining of this game felt like it needed Skip to say, "You guys. You lollygag the ball around the infield. You lollygag your way down to first. You lollygag in and out of the dugout. You know what that makes you? Lollygaggers!"

    It was a rough start as the Storm Chasers are equally as good at wrangling Bulls as they are at Storms and had us pinned down 9-0 after the third. 

    Per the Bulls habit we finally got something on the board in the fourth Brumley kicking things off with a double, and then singles from Osgood, Slaver, Burks to get 2 runs on the board. 

    The Strom Chasers answered with 2 of their own, then another 2 in the sixth and with our backs firmly against the wall we came out swinging with Cesario hitting an absolute piss missile homerun that got maybe 20' high and hit the net still gaining steam. A few more hard hits by Brumley, Osgood, Slaver and Burks gave 3 runs on the inning and having to take an intentional third out to avoid the clock stopping the game.

    It was all for naught as the Storm Chasers put up 3 more in the 7th, and then Babb does what all great pitchers do and shut us down 3 up 3 down.

     

    Bulls On Parade this Week are:

    Brumley - 5-6, 4 singles, 1 double, BB, 4R with great pitching and leadership in the dugout

    Slaver - 4-6, 4 singles, Sac Fly, 2 R, 4 RBI's

    Zwick - 3-7, 3 singles, 2 RBI's, and a classic calm cool presence to the Bulls that helps everyone stay level and concentrating on the moment

    Dragons Win One, Lose One, Now 4-2

    By Keith Dlott 09/25/2022, 5:15pm CDT

    On a very hot, very humid summer morning…oh, wait…wait…I mean fall morning, the Dragons squared off against Knox’s Cyclones on field 2.  The home team Dragons played stingy defense and it started early, yielding just 1 run to the top of the Cyclones order.  In the home half of the first, Brandon Yamauchi laced a single to get things started.  Clint Hathcock followed with another single, then Ryan Richardson plated BY with a double.  Matt Hyson added an RBI single, leaving Scott Greenberg with two on and no outs.  With the right side drawn in, Greenberg launched one to right field for a gimpy two-RBI triple.  Zak Edgerton followed with a sac fly that scored Greeny and the Dragons led 5-1.

    The Cyclones were not going to go down easy.  They capitalized on a couple of Dragons errors and scored 6 in the top of the 2nd.  The Dragons responded with a leadoff Ray Darragh double followed by a Stan Thomas single.  BY stayed hot with an RBI double, before Ryan Richardson launched a 3-run homer to right field, 9-7 Dragons.

    The Dragons tightened up their D and Greeny continued to throw darts as the Cyclones went scoreless for the next 5 innings.  The Dragons added on 3 more runs as Hyson, Ryan Greenberg and Darragh all picked up RBIs and the Dragons won their second game in a row, 12-7.

    The win streak wouldn’t last much longer as the Dragons flew over to field 3 for game 2 versus Barr’s Corny Dogs.  Ryan Richardson’s solo blast was all the Dragons could muster in the top of the 1st.  The defense stayed hot as the Dogs had only 1 run after 3 innings and it was 5-1 heading to the bottom of the 4th.  The Corny Dogs got hot and plated 3.  Neither team scored in the 5th, but after 6 it was all tied up.

    The Dragons went down quietly in their half of the 7th.  Ashley Mort led off the bottom half of the inning and took the first pitch over the left field fence for a walkoff homer!  He picked a great time for his first fall home run.  7-6 Corny Dogs

    Corny Dogs Quarterly: What can brown do for you?

    By Nick Barr 09/23/2022, 2:30pm CDT

    Week 1: What’s in a name? Would a Corny Dog without a stick taste so great?

    Short answer is no. The brown clad Corny Dogs entered week one with high aspirations and boasting a lineup with potential to be one of the more potent in the league. Leo Cova and his Leones set out to prove the game is not played on paper and accomplished just that. Leadoff man Dylan “Burhow” Buhrow started the season off on a high note with a single to right to start the season off, however the offense sputtered from the start and was only able to muster a few hits over the first four innings. The only extra base hit came from the bat of “Weiner of the week” Ashley Mort with a second inning double. In the top of the fifth the Dogs showed signs of life as Justin Howard singled to start the inning, Mort walked, and Cesar Garza drove in the first run of the season with a single. Dustin Madlock would add to the lead with a sacrifice fly, but that would be the end scoring.

    Final Score: Leones 10 Corny Dogs 2

    Game 2 of the day saw the Corny Dogs move to Field 1 to face Pease and his Storm Chasers. Unfortunately the script was much the same, D. Burhow singled to lead off the game followed by an hour straight of Corny Dogs unsuccessfully trying to overpower the strong wind blowing in from left field. Pitcher Jon Kilburn mashed a solo dinger in the second for the first Corny Dog homer of the season. Mort continued his hot start with another double, but ultimately the offense simply did not do enough to earn a week 1 victory.


    Final Score: Storm Chasers 13 Corny Dogs 2

    Week 2: Walks Softly and Carry a Big Stick
    A shift in the wind brought new hope to the still bronze clad bombers as the took on Brandon Alford and his Crawdads. The Corny Dogs jumped out to an early first inning lead with a three spot. The Kilburn boys Jon and Liam drove in the runs. The Dogs would chip in a couple more in the second Daniel Buhrow drew a walk, followed by a Garza walk, Dylan and David would bring them in with back to back singles and by innings end the total runs from the week prior had been surpassed. Unfortunately for the boys in brown the Crawdads answered with a 13 spot in the bottom of the frame. A couple timely defensive miscues and a patient eye from the Alford crew left the dogs looking to ketchup. A consistent offensive approach over the next couple innings including yet another Mort double and shortstop Ben Neyen were not enough as the damage had been done.

    Final Score: Crawdads 16 Corny Dogs 11

    Looking to avoid an 0-4 start the Softball team on a Stick moved over to field 1 to take on Uncle Ron and his Forniglia heavy Mudcats. Neyen started the two out rally in the first with a single, followed by a double by Captain Nick Barr, setting the stage for birthday boy Jon Kilburn to mash his second HR of the season. Corny Dogs would send 17 men to the plate in the second while putting up a season high 12 runs. Mort started the inning with a double, Madlock and CC Coffman were able to flip the lineup. David Buhrow drove in a pair with a double of his own before Barr squeaked his first HR of the season over the fence. Every Corny Dog reached base in the inning. Pitching woes allowed the Mudcats to stay in the game, but the Killbomber closed the door with his second dinger of the game and the Corny Dogs were able to hang on for their first victory of the season. 

    Final Score: Corny Dogs 16 Mudcats 14

    The Corny Dogs head into the second quarter of the Fall season with a 1-3 record and tough matchups with the Tarpons, Dragons, Blue Rocks and Empire 66ers on the docket. With their new maroon jerseys they begin their push towards a playoff spot.

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    Fall 2022 Season Begins Sunday!

    By JJ Eusay 09/08/2022, 4:45pm CDT

    The Fall 2022 season is set to get underway this coming Sunday, with games starting at 8am.  Banta's Blue Rocks will begin their Fall title defense at 8am against the Lugnuts.  With many rookie captains making their debuts this Fall, it is sure to be an exciting season that is set to run through the month of November when a new champion is crowned to join Casper's Red Sox of the Spring atop the mountain for 2022.  It will be great seeing everyone back at the fields on Sunday mornings again and the weather should be awesome.  Best of luck to all teams this fall!

    Fall Season Draft and Sub Info

    By JJ Eusay 08/02/2022, 9:00am CDT

    The Fall 2022 Draft is just around the corner and things are starting to heat up (literally and figuratively).  The Draft is set to take place on Sunday Aug 7 at 12:30 PM with the season getting underway on Sunday Sept 11.  This season will feature 16 teams and a hand full of rookie captains so it should be a lot of fun.  All players that did not make the 192 player draft pool but wish to join the sub list are encouraged to register on the website and submit their sub fee.  Players that already have a red sub jersey only need to send $15 for the sub fee.  All others would need to send in the full amount of $40 and will receive a jersey.  There will be a scheduled evaluation for players new to the league prior to the season.  An email will be sent out to all new players with dates, times and location of the evaluation.  A new player to the league MUST be evaluated in order to be placed on the sub list.  We look forward to seeing everyone at the fields soon!

    Championship Pick

    By Dr. C 07/14/2022, 7:30am CDT

    2022 TSSL Championship Selection

    Red Sox in 3 games ( 11-10, 9-10, 12-11 some such order like that)

    Last week :  2-2

    YTD :        176-118

    Great season all!

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    Bulls Struggle Early

    By JC Burks 09/25/2022, 7:00pm CDT

    Solid Split on the Day

    Bulls 17 Leones 5

    This game started off as a battle of defenses with the two pitchers keeping a lid on everything with the Bulls down 1-0 through 4....this early inning struggle has become just a skosh worrisome for Captain Burks. 

    Well the Bulls then busted out of the coral and scored 4 in the fifth, 5 in the sixth, and another 8 in the seventh. This run all started in the fifth with the middle of the lineup pulling the team on their back and firing 3 hard singles to load the basis, Garber getting a FC RBI, Ben BB, then Lewis "Big Stick" Zwick hammers a 2 RBI single, and Matt knocked in his brother for our 4th run of the inning. 

    The Bulls D stood firm and hardly took a lick, the bats stayed hot with a few singles form Cesario, Brumley, Osgood doubled, a sac by Slaver, and 5 straight single by the middle bottom to hang 5 runs in the sixth. 

    Again the defense stayed strong only allowing 1 run from the Leones, and the hats came completely off the bats when we had 9 straight Bulls get on base, with the cherry on top being a 2 run HR by Cesario.

    The defense then again held it together only giving up a couple runs to bring home the 17-5 win!

     

    Storm Chasers 16 - Bulls 5

    The begining of this game felt like it needed Skip to say, "You guys. You lollygag the ball around the infield. You lollygag your way down to first. You lollygag in and out of the dugout. You know what that makes you? Lollygaggers!"

    It was a rough start as the Storm Chasers are equally as good at wrangling Bulls as they are at Storms and had us pinned down 9-0 after the third. 

    Per the Bulls habit we finally got something on the board in the fourth Brumley kicking things off with a double, and then singles from Osgood, Slaver, Burks to get 2 runs on the board. 

    The Strom Chasers answered with 2 of their own, then another 2 in the sixth and with our backs firmly against the wall we came out swinging with Cesario hitting an absolute piss missile homerun that got maybe 20' high and hit the net still gaining steam. A few more hard hits by Brumley, Osgood, Slaver and Burks gave 3 runs on the inning and having to take an intentional third out to avoid the clock stopping the game.

    It was all for naught as the Storm Chasers put up 3 more in the 7th, and then Babb does what all great pitchers do and shut us down 3 up 3 down.

     

    Bulls On Parade this Week are:

    Brumley - 5-6, 4 singles, 1 double, BB, 4R with great pitching and leadership in the dugout

    Slaver - 4-6, 4 singles, Sac Fly, 2 R, 4 RBI's

    Zwick - 3-7, 3 singles, 2 RBI's, and a classic calm cool presence to the Bulls that helps everyone stay level and concentrating on the moment