Week 4: Chicks dig Pitching Duels! PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 15 June 2008 05:00
6/15/08
Week 4: Chicks dig Pitching Duels!
The American League featured two of their top 3 pitchers matching up; Brian Meyers and Andy Ross. As the Industrials faced Andy Ross for the First time in nearly two years.

In the National League, the two front runners for the Cy Wiffle; Evan Visuri and AJ Tate matched up for the first time this season.

Andy Ross, Flyin' Wildebeest

Andy matched up against long time foe Industrials for the first time since 2006. Career against the Indies, Andy has a 2-3 record and 2.25 ERA.

Heading into the game, Andy 1-0, 8 IP, and a 0.00 Era.

Ballerina, you must have seen her dancing in the sand.

Brian Meyers, Industrials

Brian beat out Andy for the Cy Wiffle in 2006 and is 3-0 career against Sir Ross.

The 2 time defending Cy Wiffle winner was 2-0 with a 0.86 Era heading into action Monday versus the Wildies.

He is really good will balls.

June 9th, 2008
Wildies vs. Industrials
Flesher West

Andy Ross's long time Rivalry with Industrials goes back to before the league was even a thought. Daryl, Jim, Brian and Andy would match up weekly for backyard wiffles and the rivalry continued and carried it's way into the KWL. In 07' the Industrials and Wildies were in opposite divisions and never played. For 08' the Indies moved over to the American League and once again kindled the long time rivalry with Sir Andy Ross.

The first match up of three this season had the teams a buzz. No longer looking to delay the Matchup, Brian and Andy pitched game one.

The two traded K's over the first 4 innings before Brian singled and advanced to third on a couple throwing errors to lead off the bottom of the fifth. Pat Kean singled on the next pitched scoring Brian from third.

In the top of the sixth, Kirsch walked before Joey, Steve and Andy all grounded out.

Brian finished with 6 Ip, 0r, 13k, 1h, and Andy finished with 5 Ip, 1r, 10k, 3h. Another great matchup between the two.

The Wildies rallied together and took game two 1-4.


Monday's Results:



Game 1

Flying Dutchman 4

Sittin' Ducks 0

Game 2
Sittin' Ducks 0
Flying Dutchman 9


Game 1
Transformers 1
Shanghai Chuckers 10

Game 2
Shanghai Chuckers 4
Transformers 3

Game 1
Flyin' Wildebeest 0
Industrials 1

Game 2
Industrials 1
Flyin' Wildebeest 4
 

Evan Visuri, Angry Beavers

Evan's record coming into play Thursday was 1-1; A tough luck lose to Indians and a 1 hitter win against the Gentlemen.

His ERA rested at 1.51 as he was lined up against the defending champs for the first time.

Nice stinkface!

AJ Tate, Belly Itchers

The 2007 defending Cy Wiffle winner has two career no-hitters and is tied for the single game strikeout record with 18 k's.

AJ's record was 1-1 coming into Thursday.

His hair always looks the same!

June 12th, 2008
Angry Beavers vs. Belly Itchers
Township Park

AJ and Evan matched up against each other in game 2 of the series and traded strikeouts for many innings before Mike Downs and Adam Bontrager hit back to back doubles to put them on the board first. That one run was proved to be enough, as AJ locked down striking out 15, walking only 1 and surrendering 0 hits. Knotching his 3rd career No-no and second in two weeks.

Evan finished the loss with 14k's.

The Belly Itchers tumped the Angry Beavers in Game one, 2-10.

Thursday's Results:



Game 1

Face and Humans 11

StoneCutters 3

Game 2
StoneCutters 0
Face and Humans 10


Game 1
Gentlemen 14
Ams Indians 3

Game 2
Ams Indians 9
Gentlemen 12

Game 1
Angry Beavers 2
Belly Itchers 10

Game 2
Belly Itchers 2
Angry Beavers0
 
 
 
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