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Pirates at Legends

No Strulls, No Problem

The Pirates visit the Legends without their captain, captain, and captain. Enter the sub captain, Captain Sub.  Captain Sub spent hours going over film (Captain's Corner Articles) to spot weaknesses and tendencies in the Legends team. He came up with something powerful, a Viper. Captain Sub bestowed the power of the Viper to John "Jhorts" Burke. Who then proceeded to pop 2 singles and a triple (outta nowhere) as well as pitch another gem, only giving up 4 runs over 5 innings effectively killing the legends. That power of the Viper was contagious as well. Everyone of Burke's  teammates either scored or had an RBI before the end of the game.

Pirates 17- Legends 4

Jhorts 3-3, 1 Rbi, 2-1b, 1 3-b, 2 runs

Jimmie 3-3, 3 Rbi, 2-1b, 1 2b, 1 runs

Ming 2-3, 1 Rbi, 2-1b, BB, 2 runs

Brian Lee- 3-4 1 RBI, 3-1b, 2 runs

Saints at Pirates

With a win in his pocket and thoughts of retiring with a perfect record, Captain Sub wandered over to field 4. The field were bats go to die. He hoped that the power of the Viper could hold out against the Saints. Unfortunately, they did not have back to back games this week so that power faded long before the next game began. Also unbeknownst to the Captain, the Saints were casting some voodoo spell on the team. Once the game began it became apparent what that spell was. It was called the Bad News Bears. That evil spell lasted for three and half innings with the score being 13-1. But the Pirates shook off the spell and a possible run rule by scoring 3 in the bottom of the fourth. The great Pirate D returned and shut the Saints down the next two innings. With the time expired in the bottom of the 6th and the top of the lineup at bat the pirates proceeded to go Out, 2b,3b, E, 1b, 1b, 1b, 1b, 1b, 1b, FC, 1b, and 1b. All that added up to a 13-12 score with bases loaded and two outs. Sadly, for the Pirates, the next contact was a soft liner that was caught by the leaping 2b Wilfredo Nieves.

Saints 13- Pirates 12

Jhorts 2-3, 1 Rbi, 2-1b, 1 Run

Brian Lee 3-4, 1-2b, 2-1b, 2 Runs

Thank you to the Strulls and Skipper Bob for giving me an opportunity to manage a team and having the foresight to get subs weeks in advance.  Also I was very happy that my team didn't give up in a meaningless game to us.  It would have been real easy to pack up and go home or to the party. Love the heart that was there.  Special thanks to Kyle and JJ for helping me out as well.

Red Sox Win 2022 Title!

On Sunday, July 17 the Red Sox played the Dragons of Keith Dlott for the 2022 title on another roasting warm day.  After all the ceremonies the series began around 8 am. The attendance at the games was amazing!

The Red Sox scored 2 in the home 1st on solo HRs by Justin Reed and Joey Welter, who would both be named CO Playoff MVPs appropriately.  The score stayed at 2-0 through 2 innings but the Dragons put up a 6 spot for a 6-2 lead after 2 1/2 innings. The Sox would answer with 9 in the home half (watch the series on U tube) for an 11-6 lead. Everyone contributed, initiated by Carlos Lopez leadoff triple off the fence.  The Sox would score 1 more for the 12-6 game 1 win.

Game 2 had no score after 1 inning, but the Sox, now visitors, plated 7 in the top of the 2nd. Justin Reed capped the uprising with a 3 run HR. The Sox added solo runs in the 3rd and 4th but the Dragons found footing with 4 in the home 4th cutting the lead to 9-4 (and ending a string of 7 consecutive scoreless innings from the Dragons). The Sox score 1 in the 5th on Joey Welter's solo blast but the Dragons made a valiant stand in the home 6th and 7th. Down 10-4, the Dragons scored 3 in the 6th to send the game to the last inning at 10-7 in favor of the Red Sox. The Sox added 3 in the top of the 7th, but the Dragons would have their 1st 6 batters reach safely in the home 7th and have the winning run come to bat twice. The Sox finally grabbed the 1st out on a force play and Greg Ritter sealed the game, series, and championship with a 6-3 DP on a chopper to win 13-12.  Again, watch the video for the efforts of both teams, and see the many valiant plays by all players. Full respect to captain Dlott and all the Dragons for a great season and a full onslaught at the end of game 2.  All the love, appreciation and accolades to the Red Sox who earned a most challenging title having to go through the talented Rangers of Larry Silverman, the exceptional Storm of Kyle Casper and the Dragons of Keith Dlott.  Every series, and almost every game was a grind, and the Red Sox have now taken residence on Cloud 9!

Red Sox earn hard fought series, advance to face top seed Storm for Division crown

The Red Sox hosted Larry Silverman's Rangers in a best of 3 series starting at the odd time of 6 PM for the Shalom League. Under the sunny hot skies, the Rangers jumped out with 3 in the 1st and would never be threatened in the 5 inning game shortened by the run rule 14-3. The Sox only scored on a Justin Reed solo HR in the 1st and a 2 run 2B by Joey Welter in the 4th. The game was not in doubt and the Red Sox required the between games break to face elimination in the face.

Game 2 had the Sox score 2 in the 1st on a Welter 2 run blast. The Rangers scored 3, aided by the still struggling Sox defense, had the bases loaded, no out up 3-2 when Welter and Carlos Lopez turned in a very key play absolutely turning the tide. Welter fielded a Chuck Taylor smash, stepped on 1st and threw a strike to Lopez at the plate for the DP and the 3rd out quickly ensued without further damage. 

Neither team scored in the 2nd but the Sox took their 1st lead of the day in the top of the 3rd started by a Jeremy Golden walk, a 1 out Greg Ritter single, a 3 run blast by Reed, a hit from Welter, an infield hit  by Ariel Rodriguez, a 2 run 2B by Clint Hathcock and a SF by Kendal Anthony to cap the 6 run inning and an 8-3 lead. The rangers answered w 1 in the home 3rd, but the Sox scored 6 more in the 4th started by a Mark Phares 1B, a 1 out hit from injured Dan Mele, Golden's hit, a run scoring Lopez hit, and a 2 out grand slam HR by Reed and concluded with a run scoring 2b by Rodriguez. The 14-4 lead would not change and the game would again be shortened by the run rule in the red Sox favor this time dictating a winner take all game 3. 

The sun disappeared for game 3 and it felt great on field 2. The Rangers scored 3 in the top of the 1st featuring a 2  run blast by pitcher Scott Lawrence (who only yielded 2 walks the entire series) but the Sox responded with 2 in the home 1st on  1 out hits from reed, Welter, Rodriguez (scoring 1) and a SF by Hathcock for the 2nd run.  After keeping the rangers off the board, the sox tied the game 3-3 in the 2nd on a 1 out Phares hit, a single by Wayne Casper sending Phares to 3rd and a run scoring FC by Anthony. 

The Rangers again were kept off the board and the Sox took a 2 run lead on back to back solo HRs by Reed and Welter. Neither team scored in the 4th or 5th although the Rangers left the bases loaded in the top of the  6th and the Sox finally added 2 runs on reed's 5th HR of the series and a run scoring hit by Rodriguez plating Welter.  The Rangers would score 1 in the top of the 7th but the Sox prevailed 7-4 in a very tense exciting game.

After the Sox played a hideous game 1, they came together with very strong defense in the last 2 games lead by an immense all around game from Justin Reed -Absolute impact POW and Joey Welter associate impact POW! Special thanks to Kendall Anthony for complete effort , enthusiasm and connection with the team and to Dan Mele playing almost the entire 1st 2 games with a fractured glove hand and to Kyle Casper for subbing in game 3 and lending support to the Red Sox old captain and pitcher. Also to Greg Ritter, Clint Hathcock, Justin Howard, Ariel Rodriguez, who hit well despite brutal leg cramps, Mark Phares, Jeremy Golden and Carlos Lopez.  The reversal of the series was due to these superlative efforts.

Notable stats : Justin Reed  7-8, 8 runs, 5 HRs 10 RBI ( out of 24 runs for the team) and fabulous defense! Joey Welter 7-8, 6 runs, 5 RBI, 2 2Bs, 2 HRs and outstanding 1B defense!  special acknowledgement to Silverman's Rangers and his entire team who played well and pressured us the entire way and for their gracious meetings with us  after game 3, as they had a strong season too!

Welcome to the Playoffs- Colt 45's

By Andy Williams 06/17/2022, 10:00pm CDT

In a game of importance, the Colts patiently stood by and waited to see who their opponent would be from the 8 am game. would it be the power Padres or vibrant-colored Mint Julips? well, I tell you shalom fans, the .45s drew the card of playing the Padres! 


coming off an impressive hard-fought game by the Padres the Colts drew the home team and huddled around Captain & team manager the one and only Mr. John Hauff. The objective was clear.. have fun, play hard and play Colt .45s softball. The first inning saw Andy Holscher; sub-Greg Ritter and Heath Jones all draw 3 straight walks for Sean "Big Daddy" Greely to hit a single RBI followed up by Mr. Rookie of the year Brad Stanford with another Single RBI and Freddy "clutch" Barraez with Sac fly RBI to tie the game up to 3-3 ending the first inning. The second inning was quiet with the stellar defense on both ends to draw a 0-0 going into the 3rd inning. The Colts would put on an additional 4 runs in the bottom of the 3rd with our top 4 hitters scoring in runs to hold the Padres yet again to a goose egg. The game would settle in with strong defense provided by the Colts to hold the Padres scoreless for the remaining of the game. With stellar pitching and an amazing second base play by sub- Greg Ritter the .45s would close out the game 8-3 to advance to the next round facing the Might Rangers. 


The defensive highlight of the game goes to Sean Greely for holding the Padres to 3 runs in the first inning than zero for the remaining game until a couple last inning meaningless runs.   Mr Greely was phenomenal holding the Padres in check.   In addition amazing effort by both our Outfield Infield for great plays every inning. 


Game 1

SC – 7

Tacos – 4

DEFENSE, DEFENSE and MORE DEFENSE behind great pitching was the name of the game Sunday. If anyone said they would only score 10 runs in 2 games in the minis no one would give them much of a chance to win, but that is all WE needed to win 2 this last Sunday. With speed in the outfield all around, stellar infield play all around and one of the best pitchers of all time in Shalom on the mound we put pressure on these teams to score and they struggled as WE only gave up 6 runs in 2 games Sunday.

The top of the lineup would go down quietly in the 1st for both teams, but the middle of the lineup came through for the Storm Chasers in the bottom of the 2nd plating 3 runs to take a 3-0 lead after 2 as the Tacos would not score their first run until the 4th inning. The only issue with that is the Storm Chasers middle of the lineup delivered again scoring 4 runs in the bottom of the 4th making it 7-1 after 4. The Tacos would put up 3 in the 6th but would go down quietly in the 7th to end the game 7-4 Storm Chasers!

Offensive highlights for the game:

Batters 7-12 in our lineup as the accounted for 6 of the 7 runs scored and all 7 RBI’s carrying the top of the lineup in this game!!!


Game 2

SC – 3

Royals – 2

YOU ARE READING that score right! DEFENSE, DEFENSE and MORE DEFENSE behind great pitching was the name of the game Sunday again and even more so in game 2! The Royals were shutout through 6 innings and only scratched out 2 in the 7th to fall short 3-2. The Storm Chasers middle of the lineup once again stepped up big in this game and really hit much better than the score indicated as we left way too many runners on base, but it showed the bats were heating up, just had to fix timing going forward. These sticks are ready for this coming Sunday for sure!

3 callouts on HUGE Defensive plays that helped change the outlook of this game at critical times. First was a double play turned by Peasey and Super Sub Jake White that showed off Jake’s cannon of an arm to get us out of an inning right in time. Second was Ethan Barath robbing T-Mart of a sure fire run scoring hit in the 7th with a full speed running catch in right field. Finally, hats off to a serious heads up play by Taylor Guzman for faking out Ryan Richardson making him think he was throwing to first and instead catching him in a pickle between 2nd and 3rd that eventually led to him being out.

This team was built to hold teams in pressure situations and make the big plays, WE DID THAT SUNDAY!!! The last inning up 3 runs in both situations I told the team, “We were built for this moment, let’s go do what we know we can do!” That is what we did, and we are ready for any opponent ahead of us. LET’S GO STORM CHASERS!!!


Offensive highlights for the game:

Batters 4-9 in the lineup as they accounted for all 3 runs scored and all 3 RBI’s!!!


By King Kong 06/06/2022, 2:00pm CDT

    Uneasy rests the head that wears a crown.  A spirited effort by the Monarchs in the Mini Playoffs came up just short, as the Primadres staged a coup d'état and ended the Monarchs' bid to reign, 9-8.  A season that was born with a silver spoon in its mouth soon tarnished.  These heir apparents were ultimately exposed as pretenders to the throne, as their quest for the Weinfield Trophy, the Crown Jewel of the Shalom League, went for naught.  The coronation was cancelled and a republic was established.  The King is dead, long live the King!

Game 1

SC – 4

Padres – 7

This was not a game where we showed what we were capable of and missing out 1 & 3 definitely hurt. El capitan scratched out the only run in the top of the 1st inning on an RBI by Super Sub Jake White. The nice part was we held the Padres to a single run in the bottom of the 1st to keep things tied up after 1. The in the 2nd inning the Storm Chasers took the lead on runs scored by Banta and Taylor Guzman that were drove in on a triple by Ethan Barath who ran through a stop sign at third to get thrown out easily at home. However, we held the bad guys to 1 run in the bottom of the 2nd inning, so it was 3-2 good guys after 2.

The lineup then went silent as the Storm Chasers put up 0 runs over the next 4 innings. The Padres only score 5 runs over those 4 innings which normally would be a good thing, but obviously putting up 0 over those same 4 led to the Chaser’s chasing after 6 down 7-3. With the first 2 batters getting on and the first runner scoring there was some momentum with the game only 3 runs apart and 2 runners on with 2 outs when Dustin popped a ball up to left field foul over Braun’s head, but he made a Willie May’s basket catch on a full sprint to end the game. I feel for those who have to play these Padres in the minis, definitely a solid team all around!


Offensive highlights for the game (not many with only 7 hits!):

Banta – 2-3 with 1 Single, 1 Double and 1 RS

Ethan Barath – 1-3 with 1 Triple and 2 RBI


Game 2

SC – 10

Iron Pigs – 16

The second game was very different we were putting up runs every inning and leading the game until the last inning where the Pigs made a killer run to score 8 and put the Chasers away. The Pigs put up 3 in the top of the first and once again Peasey scored the solo Chaser’s run in the bottom of the first on an RBI by Dalton Underwood. The good guys would hold the Pigs to a 0 spot in the top of the 2nd and score 2 in the bottom of the inning as Banta and Grayson scored on another in the park HR by Grayson, his second in the last 2 weeks as he is coming on strong at the end of the season getting hot for the minis.  

Now that things were tied back up at 3 after 2 the Pigs would score 2 more in the top of the 3rd inning only to watch the Storm Chasers score 4 in the inning on a Grand Slam no doubt fence bomb by super sub Jake White scoring him, Dalton, Andy and Peasey to take a 7-5 lead after 3. The Chasers would hold the Pigs to 0 gain in the top of the 4th and would scrape out 1 more run by Ethan Barath after he got on with a triple and was driven in on a Dustin Madlock single. The Pigs would add 2 more in the 5th and the Storm Chasers would add 1 more on a Han Solo fence bomb by super sub Jake White to move the lead to 9-7 after 5.

The Pigs would score 1 in the top of the 6th and leave 4 minutes for the Chasers to kill, but after it looked possible that we could kill the clock after the first 2 batters got on, the next 3 got out in order to force a 7th inning with only 50 seconds left on the clock. That is when we wish we had a redo as the Pigs reeled off 8 runs and though Peasey hit his first fence bomb of the season after calling his shot to lead off the bottom of the inning, it was futile as that was the only run scored and the Storm Chasers lost 16-10. We are ready though to hit the minis and show what we are capable of next week, let’s go Storm Chasers!!!


Offensive highlights for the game:

Super Sub Jake White – 2-4 with 2 HR (1 GS!), 5 RBI and 2 RS along with impressive play at SS!!!

Grayson Vick – 2-3 with 1 Single, 1 HR, 2 RBI and 1 RS

Ethan Barath – 2-3 with 1 Single, 1 Triple and 1 RS


Impact Players of the Week:

Banta – 4-6 with 2 Singles, 2 Doubles and 2 RS

Grayson Vick – 3-6 with 2 Singles, 1 HR, 2 RBI and 1 RS

Ethan Barat – 3-6 with 1 Single, 2 Triples, 2 RBI and 1 RS

Honorable Mention to Super Sub Jake White for 2 Fence Bombs including a no doubt Grand Slam and very impressive SS play!

Rodriguez Dominates as Royals Secure Bye in Minis

By Larry Lachman 05/30/2022, 6:30pm CDT

Juleps Joust Their Way to a Sweep!

By Danny Buhrow 05/30/2022, 10:45am CDT

*Insert motivational speech here* Needing to win both games to get back to .500 and secure our spot in the Minis, the Mint Juleps came out strong and ready to battle. 

Game 1 vs Tacos

Starting out traveling away to Taco Casa, the Juleps would start things off with a triple by Jockey Dylan Buhrow. Walk by Jockey Captain David Buhrow would lead to a 3RBI homer by Jockey Driggers. Singles by Jockeys Nick Barr and Simo would bring a 2RBI single from Jockey Co-Captain Daniel Buhrow. Juleps would go quietly in the 2nd but 3rd inning would be a different story. 

Back-to-back doubles by Jockeys David Buhrow and Driggers and RBI single from Jockey Nick Barr would put up 2 runs. Jockey Simo would single and Jockey Daniel Buhrow would get an RBI double. Walk by Jockey Jody Beasley would bring up a SAC by Jockey Robbie Franklin and a 2RBI double from Jockey Seth “Pepto” Pepkin. The onslaught in the 3rd would continue with an RBI single from Jockey Larry Taub and singles by HOF Jockey Eddie Tann and Dylan Buhrow. 3rd inning would finally be capped with fireworks from a GRAND SALAMI homer by Jockey Driggers. 

The 4th inning would show the bats were still hot starting with walks by Jockeys Simo and Jody Beasley. Jockeys Robbie Franklin and Seth Pepkin would get  RBI singles with an RBI double from Larry Taub and a 2RBI singles from Dylan and David Buhrow. Triple by Jockey Driggers would bring up a 2RBI smash by Jockey Nick Barr. 

Mint Juleps would take Game 1 25-7! 

Game 2 vs Dragons

Julep bats would stay hot for game 2 against the Dragons and phenomenal pitching by Babb. Start off with single by Jockey Captain David Buhrow and 2RBI homerun by Jockey Driggers. Double and single by Jockeys Nick Barr and Simo would bring an RBI single from Jockey Co-Captain Daniel Buhrow. 2nd inning would show a double from Jockey Seth Pepkin and an RBI single from HOF Jockey Eddie Tann. Juleps would go quiet into the 3rd and 4th innings, Dragons bats would take off and take the lead. 

Down going into the 5th inning, both Larry Taub and Eddie Tann would turn the lineup over with singles, followed by an RBI double from Jockey Dylan Buhrow. David would add on with a 2RBI double followed by singles from Jockeys Nick Barr and Simo. Bases loaded and 1 out, Jockey Co-Captain Daniel Buhrow would step up and rope a bases clearing 3RBI double to retake the lead and would be brought home with an RBI double from Jockey Robbie Franklin. 

Needing insurance runs in the 6th with top of Dragon lineup coming up, a walk by Jockey Larry Taub and 3rd double by David Buhrow would bring up a 3RBI homer for Jockey Driggers. Barr and Simo would single but Dragons would get the 3rd out just before time expired. Juleps were able to hold off the Dragons for a 14-13 victory and sweep on the day!

Mint Julep Jockeys :horse_racing: of the Week:

1. Ryan Driggers 6-8 4HR 1-2B 1-3B 13RBI 6R. Nice smooth defense at SS.

2. Seth “Pepto” Pepkin 3-5 1BB 1-2B 3RBI 1R. Wasn't expecting to pitch and came in and was clutch! Got batters swinging and letting the defense back him up. Stellar performance in the wind.

3.Have to name two because their ability turning over the lineup at the bottom was crucial in both games!

Larry Taub 3-5 1BB 1-2B 2RBI 4R. Big plays in right!

HOF Eddie Tann 3-4 2BB 1RBI and 3R! HUGE play at catcher to prevent a run and bigger lead in Game 2.

Trash Pandas finally gain the sweep!

By Kelly Alexander 05/30/2022, 9:30am CDT

Secure minis bye in the process.

Just another day in paradise with the final regular season early double header on Field 4 hitting into a gusty headwind--it was destined for low scoring.

Storm at Trash Pandas: hosting the stacked first place Storm, we got off to a shaky start giving up 3 in the top of the first, letting a couple of "catchable" fly balls fall in.  The offense got off to a good start scratching back for 2 on a clutch 2 RBI single by DBone, but the first inning rally fizzled leaving two runners on.

Our defense bristled, holding the Storm bats in check until we could rally with 2 outs in the bottom of the fifth frame for 3 more runs on consecutive hits by Glosier, Ransom (double), Chenz, Kaminski, Alexander and DBone --> 6-3 Trash Pandas...

The formidable Storm struck back for 3 to tie it up in the top of the seventh, but consecutive hits by Sanchez and Glosier set up Randy! for a walk off double with no outs. Final 7-6 Trash Pandas

Mike Glosier 4-4, RBI

Randy Ransom 3-4, 2 doubles 

Dustin Bone 3-3, 2 RBI

Patrick Sanchez 2-3, double


Trash Pandas at Iron Pigs: needing a win to control our own destiny in the final game of the season, we faced another well-oiled machine designed by Coach Ryno (and Coach Kendal).

Our bats went to sleep until late in this one, with the score stuck at 1-0 Pigs after 3 until they doubled that lead to 2-0 in the bottom of the fourth.  We finally scored in the fifth when Garcia doubled,  Henson singled, and Sanchez got the ribbie with a clutch 2 out single. Trash Pandas held serve defensively ---> we have a soccer match, 2-1 Pigs after 5 innings played!

Our offense finally got something going in the top of the sixth plating 3 runs when Ransom started the hitting, followed by a Chenz piece moving Randy over to third, Kaminski collected the SAC RBI, DBone tripled home Chenz, and Garcia brought in Bone. Tight defense and it's 4-3 Trash Pandas after the sixth.

Picking up where we left off, our last three batters got the hitting started in the seventh with consecutive singles by Olander, Henson (clutch), and Sanchez (even clutcher).  These three would all score on hits by Glosier, Chenz, and another Kaminski SAC. 7-3 Trash Pandas going into the bottom of 7.  With their last at bat, the Piggies could only muster 1 run giving us the the 7-4 win, the weekend sweep and the top seed in the Shaw Division minis next weekend.  Good luck to all in the minis!

Chenz 3-4 and rock solid LCF play

DBone 2-3 with a big triple

Robert Garcia 2-3 with a double

Duane Henson 2-3

Patrick "Dirty" Sanchez 3-3


Week 13 Panda Prodigies

Patrick Sanchez 5-6, double, 2 runs, clutch hitting from the 11 hole and lock down 1B play.

Dustin Bone 5-6, triple, 3 RBI, 100% hustle.

Randy Ransom 5-8, two doubles including a clutch walk-off double into the wind against the Storm.


Ranger Rap1

By Larry Silverman 05/29/2022, 8:00pm CDT

The Ger's limped into the playoffs with their season's first double dip loss.  In the opener the Gers had a short live 1st inning lead but trailed by 9 going into the 5th....Gers exploded for 8 and 1 more in the 6th to tie up the score.  The Nuts plated a walk off run in the bottom half to prevail 16-15 in a barn burner.  Great determination but a bit short when the game ended.  Many offensive highlights including HR's from Mendoza and a Slam by the Law. Scott Chaddick had a great day including 4 hits in the opener including a 2B and 3B. 

The second tilt the Ger's caught a red hot Grasshopper squad who exploded for 13 runs in top half of the first.  Once again the Gers showed some grit as they crawled back with crooked numbers of 5, 6, and 3 actually closing to  within 2 runs before the Hoppers had a large rally in the 4th inning to take control.  The Ger's did hit 6 2B's in the game including 3 from Law and 2 from Chuck Up.  Scott Chadwick continued to wield a hot bat with 3 more hits including a 2B and HR.  Rosey had a HR and 5 RBI's.  Just not enough offense for the very offensive Hoppers.

We look forward to the playoffs and a different Ranger team that will come out with full steam ahead!!!

Ranger Rubies:

ROW-Scott Chaddick 7/7 6 runs 2 2B's 3B HR and 3 RBI's-also a terrific catch

POW-Scott Lawrence 6/6 2 SAC's 5 2B's HR 8RBI's and 6 Runs

Rosy 5/7 HR 5 RBI's

Chucky Taylor UP-5/6 3 2B's 2 Runs and 5 RBI's