Monday, June 8, 2015

stats and standing after six games







Titans 4 - 0
Reds 3 - 1
BOMBERS 3 - 1
Renegades 4 - 2
Morning Wood 2 - 4
Moe Howard Club 2 - 4
Courtesy Flush 0 - 6





Friday, June 5, 2015

Undermanned, But Game

I have to give it to Morning Wood. They were playing with eight, and it was still competitive.

Game One had potential to be bad, as we were being no hit for I believe three innings. The perfect game was finally broken up by Dwayne, who sparked every rally all day, and then lead to some hits and runs. We eventually scored a walkoff win when Dave hit a hard line drive to left and scored some runs for the 10-9 win.

Game Two was what we have been looking for. Dewey did not pitch his best game (those guys could hit), but the bats came alive. We ended up winning by a score of 16-9. I don't remember much else, but I know we turned yet another double play, and I am sure Doug booted a ball. Also, Quirk was hitting the shit out of the ball all day, and the defense in the outfield was pretty good, especially when Dwayne moved to right.

This weekend we take on the 0-4 Courtesy Flush - a team that can hit and compete when they have enough guys. These are the current league standings, according to Tim.

W L GB RF RA
Titans 2 - 0 - 25 – 16
Reds 3- 1 - 43 - 32
Morning Wood 2 - 2 - 54 - 28
Bombers 1-1 22-23
Renegades 2 - 2 36 - 38
Moe Howard 2 - 2 2 – 36
Courtesy Flush 0 -4 16 - 25

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Stats and standings after GW sweep



For a better view, click the stat box

                            W L GB RF RA

Titans                    2 - 0 - 25 – 16
Reds                      3- 1    43 - 32
Morning Wood     2 - 2    54 - 28
Bombers               1-  1    22-23
Renegades            2 - 2    36 - 38
Moe Howard         2 - 2     2 – 36
Courtesy Flush      0 -4     16 - 25

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

2015 Week One - Still Don't Like Howie

We opened the 2015 with a disappointing sweep against the Reds.

In Game One, we gave up at least eight unearned runs, and by we, I mean Doug.

Doug


We lost 12-5 and our highlight was the first run of the season scored thanks to my amazing wheels, and a home run by Tommy Mitchell. We also added yet another guy named Michael, and Hanley was bringing it in the chatter department, which I loved.

Game Two was not much better, and we lost 8-5. Dewey had minor hiccups on the mound, but pitched a good game, and Mike MacDonald arrived like a knight in shining armor right before we started.

We did, however, set a new team record with I believe five double plays turned.

The full schedule has been released and it is

May 31 vs Morning Wood @ Smith 3
June 7 vs Courtesy Flush @ Smith 2
June 14 - offweek/bye
June 21  vs Moe Howard @ Smith 1
June 28 vs Titans @ Smith 2
July 5 - OFF for holiday
July 12 vs Bombers @ Smith 2

I like having the Titans and Bombers at the end, when we tend to be better, unless people have moved away.

I will see everyone in two weeks.

Current Standings (according to Sully)
Morning Wood 2 - 0
Reds 2 - 0
Titans 2 - 0
Bombers 0 - 0
Courtesy Flush 0 - 2
Renegades 0 - 2
Moe Howard 0 - 2


Sunday, August 3, 2014

Season ends, as Titans sweep us.

We lost to a good team, with a bunch of good guys. The season had many highlights and overall, it was the best Renegade ball in years.

Today Carl pitched a no-hitter, but his WHIP was infinity, then I came in and got Titaned around. They hit solid through their line-up, as they always do--and today we didn't. Next year can't come soon enough after a great year, we should be even stronger.

Here are the final stats:


Monday, July 28, 2014

Playoff Sweep

This weekend we swept an undermanned but entertaining Morning Wood.

In Game One, Dewey was masterful on the hill and the defense was rock solid, especially in the LF/CF/SF region, but not so much at SS.

In Game Two, we played with only nine guys and Tim got the job done on the bump.

Other highlights

- Mondo's home run with the greatest slide of the year

- Doug walked. And walked. And walked. And walked. And walked. And walked.

- Mike McDonald risking divorce to be at Game One

- Hiding under a tree to escape rain, only for Dave to point out that it was the worst place to be in case of lightning

- Several bad calls by the ump

- Ben's bat heating up just in time for him to miss next week