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Results for January 25th 2016

As of January 25th 2016

ALL THREE DIVISIONS REMAIN CLOSE

Sand Bar and Speakeasy remain unbeaten in the Island Division with both teams invoking the mercy rules in their wins (15 run differential) this past week. In the Marco Division CJ’s holds a half game lead over Stonewalls, who increased the teams winning streak to four games.The Legends Division saw the West win two games by one run and hold a two game advantage over the East even though there is only a one run difference in total runs scored by both teams through six games.

ISLAND DIVISION

Tuesday January 19th 2016

Speakeasy – 17
Nacho Mama’s – 11

Speakeasy used a twenty-three hit barrage on Nacho’s too remain undefeated. Winning pitcher Dan Moriarty and Tom Buettner drilled four hits, Mike Endelman had three. Buettner hammered a home run with Moriarty, Endelman, Jimmy Cuevas, and Mike Shone smacking a triple. Buettner and John Rysak drove in four runs and Moriarty three. Gary Revall lashed out four hits for Nacho’s, Pete Orellich and John Barrett had three. Revall blasted a home run and triple, Bill Wright mashed two triples and Steve Hummel one. Hummel and Jim Ramage had two RBI.

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Mutual of Omaha Bank – 17
DaVinci’s – 2

Jack O’Brien tossed an eight hitter against DaVinci’s as the Bank invoked the mercy rule (15 run differential) to end the game after eight innings. Tom Pugh tagged the ball for a triple for DaVinci’s. Ed Kingsbury led the Bank spanking the ball for four hits while George Grygorcewicz proved the power whacking two triples. Grygorcewicz chased in five runs, Kingsbury four; Herman Griffith, Bill Thompson, Bill Shurina, and O’Brien two.

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Sand Bar – 21
Brewery – 9

Sand Bar’s torrid hitting attack left them still undefeated. Jim George pelted the ball for four hits; Jon Wiseman, Jeff Kaczka, Rod Lashley, Jim Stewart, and Dan Gulick had three. Lashley and Stewart launched home runs, while Dan Dumbauld and Charlie Lamb cracked a triple. Lashley and Tom Bishard recorded four RBI, George two. Chris Flynn had three hits and two RBI for the Brewery, Tom Whitlock also had two RBI.

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Nacho Mama’s – 16
DaVinci’s – 5

Nacho Mama’s Steve Hummel pummeled the ball for four hits, while Bob Williams chipped in with three. Gary Revall, Pete Oellrich and Gary LaMotte provided the power for Nacho’s all clubbing a triple. Williams drove in four runs, Hummel and Bill Wright three, John Barrett two. DaVinci’s John Haskins and Dave Manzello lined three hits; Jim Williams whacked a triple giving him two RBI.

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Thursday January 21st 2016

Mutual of Omaha Bank – 15
Nacho Mama’s – 9

Bill Thompson hammered the ball for four hits of which three were a double to pace the Bank. George Grygorcewicz and Rick Benedetti drove three runs in, Thompson and Bill Shurina two. Nacho’s Jim Ramage drilled four hits for Nacho’s, one a triple, and Frank Benedetti had three hits. Ramage had three RBI, Benedetti and Andre Parquette two.

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Speakeasy – 19
Brewery – 4

Speakeasy ended the game after seven innings due to the mercy rule (15 run differential) with an unblemished recorded. Ray Kane uncorked four hits for Speakeasy with Mike Puskar having three. Kane and Tom Buettner blasted a home run. Kane racked up four RBI, Mike Endelman three; Buettner, Puskar, Bob Grant, and Bob Monaco two. Winning pitcher Dan Moriarty limited the Brewery to twelve hits; one of them was a triple by Mike Schwab.

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Sandbar – 16
DaVinci’s – 0

In a merciless attack Sand Bar end the game due to the differential being greater then 15 runs. Sand Bar launched three homeruns one by Jeff Krazck who had three hits, and one by Jim Stewart and Dan Gulick. Krazck and Stewart drove in three runs; Gulick, Wayne Bombaci, Rod Lashley, and Charlie Lamb two. Winning pitcher Jim George a spun a six hit shut out.

MARCO DIVISION

Wednesday January 20th, 2016

Mango’s – 21
Rookies – 10                                            

Mango’s twenty-one hits propelled them past Rookies. Dan Stanard, Joe Barry, and Dan Cody lined three hits, John Robichaud, Warren Uhl and Jim Battye had two; one of Robichaud’s being a home run. Robichaud RBI total for the game was four, Stanard and Barry three; Uhl, Baumann, and Ron Irwin two. Dick Corley, John DeRosa, Doug Kemp and Ralph Leiterding had two hits for Rookies. DeRosa who walloped a homer run had six RBI in the game.

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Joey’s Pizza – 18
CJ’s on the Bay – 8

John Wood and Randy Wesolowski were perfect at the plate going four for four; Fred Kramer swatted the ball for three hits, while Ray Niemeyer, Bill Kaschube and Jim O’Meara had two. Kramer drove in four runs, O’Meara three; Don Rooksberry, Gary Zentner, and Paul Burnett two. CJ’s Joe Cervelli and Ron Hobson nailed three hits, with Bob Levasseur, George Lancaster and Joe Kruse having two. Hobson and Kruse drove in two runs.

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Stonewalls – 14
Crazy Flamingo’s – 6

Errors along with some timely hitting lead too Stonewalls scoring five runs in the first inning handing Flamingo’s their second consecutive loss. Dave Coward punched out three hits for Stonewalls, teammates Jim Green, Doug Stang, Chet Dal Bianco, Bob Smith, John Robichaud and Angelo Polizzi had two. Dal Bianco hit a solo homerun and Stang had a triple. Coward chased in three runs, Stang and Smith two. George Bennett, Tom Polsten, Joe Furst and Ray Zielinski had two hits for Flamingo’s. Tom Grucci had a bases empty homerun, while Dave Banghart collected two RBI.

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Friday January 22nd, 2016

CJ’s on the Bay – 7
Mango’s – 6                        

Joe Kruse laced three for CJ’s while Joe Cervelli, Angelo Polizzi, Fran Diotte and Pat Coraggio had two. Cervelli and Joe Callahan had a triple; Coraggio drove home two runs. Mango’s Warren Uhl, Ron Irwin and Jim Baumann had two hits with one of Baumann’s a triple.

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Monday January 25th, 2016

Stonewalls – 10
Joey’s Pizza – 6

Tom Purtell lashed three hits for Stonewalls; teammates Chet Dal Bianco, Mike Walsh, and Bob Mann had two. Green who had a triple and Walsh chased in two runs. Don Rooksberry and Paul Burnett had a big day for Joey’s stinging the ball for three hits; one of Burnett’s was a home run giving him three RBI in the game

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Mango’s – 13
Crazy Flamingo’s – 3

Mango’s Jim White stroked three hits; Dan Stanard, Joe Barry and Warren Uhl two with one of Uhl’s being a three run homerun. Besides Uhl, White and Paul Vorwick each drove in three runs in the win. Ray Zielinski and Tom Grucci had two hits for Crazy Flamingo’s with Jerry Kratz smacking a two run home run.

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CJ’s on the Bay – 14
Rookies – 6

Bob Levasseur and Fuzz Fazekas drilled three hits; Joe Cervelli, Ron Hobson, and Joe Kruse two for CJ’s. Hobson launched a two run home run and Levasseur a triple.            Cervelli recorded three RBI; Hobson, Fazekas, and winning pitcher Angelo Polizzi two. Larry Anspach and John Hollerbach nailed three hits for Rookies, Dick Corley and Rick Larkin had two.

LEGENDS DIVISION

Wednesday January 20th, 2016

West – 14
East – 13

The West scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh for the win after the East had scored two in the top of the seventh to break an 11-11 tied ball game. Alan Schneider rapped three hits and Lee Dilk two for the West. Ron Townsend pummeled the ball for four hits, Roger Wise three; Mike Rectin, Jack Stevenson, Frank Flint, Bob Beaver, and Charles Pineno had two. One of Wise’s his was a triple.

Monday January 25th, 2016

West – 12
East – 11

It was another wild game between the two Legends teams with the East tying the game in the top of the seventh on Jack Stevenson grand slam home run, only to see the West win in the bottom of the inning on a Dick DeAnna game winning base hit. Chuck Wilson banged out three hits to lead the West; DeAnna, Lee Dilk, Bill Dauch, Rick Condle and Buff Morris had two. Wilson, Condle and Dan Mandetta clouted a home run. Wilson and Mandetta had three RBI and Ernie Famiglistti two. The East’s Frank Flint smacked the ball for four hits, Jack Stevenson three; Bob Beaver, Dom Fiorda, and Bill Diamond two. Besides his grand slam home run Stevenson also cracked a triple. Stevenson racked up six RBI and Flint two.

ISLAND DIVISION STANDINGS

Wins Loses
Sand Bar 2 4 0
Speakeasy 4 0
Mutual of Omaha Bank 3 2
Nacho Mama’s 1 4
Brewery 1 4
DaVinci’s 1 4

 

MARCO DIVISION STANDINGS

Wins Loses
CJ’s on the Bay 5 2
Stonewalls 4 2
Mango’s 4 3
Crazy Flamingo’s 3 3
Joey’s Pizza 3 3
Rookies 0 6

 

LEGENDS DIVISION STANDINGS

Wins Loses
West 4 2
East 2 4

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