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MLSB Summer Season Week 2, June 29 2013

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1 MLSB Summer Season Week 2, June 29 2013 on Fri Jun 28, 2013 8:14 am

CDBookmanandShowtimeCap

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The Summer so far has brought us a new team and a slew of new players to the forum.  Now, with another new team coming into the mix, the league is starting to regain past form.  There were some remarkable hitting performances last week, so there is no telling what this second week to the Summer will bring:

(1 – 1) Frozen Ropes at (2 – 0) Mamaroneck Gas House Gang
The Ropes began their quest to regain their championship with a split against a strong squad and now seek to add to that first win total.  Tim Yurchak did his work as he threw a shut out while Anthony Yurchak went yard for the only run of the opener.  Their second game starred Steve Yurchak as he went deep twice to muster up all the offense they put together.  They will travel into the Bronx off the Bruckner Saturday morning to meet up with the Gas House Gang.  Last week, the Gang flexed their muscles in their opener as they hit homeruns galore.  Gustavo Martinez pitched 3 solid innings, but his highlights game in the box as he hit 3 homers in the double header, 2 in the opener with 10 RBIs in the two games combined.  Ross Fomerand hit a grand slam in the first game before Fabrizio Peralta put his own mark on his team with 2 homeruns in the second game.  They will have to hold their home court Saturday morning against one of the elite groups in the league.  How it plays out sparks a great deal of interest.

(1 - 1) Raging Bulls at (0 – 2) Heavy Hammers
After meeting their rivals and coming away with a win, the Bulls now look forward to their next few weeks of the season.  Jim Wendling was the big man for his team as he helped them come away with a split last week by hitting 3 homeruns in the second game.  Joe Annoscia got the win while Artie Von Wiegand also put up a big fly in the Game 2 victory.  They now move down to Queens at Electric Playground Saturday morning to face the Heavy Hammers.  Evan Rivels brought two new players – Chris Iocco and Danny Stokes – with Todd Alster and their opening was not as successful as they would have hoped.  Even so, Todd came back to the league with a homerun in the second game and Chris showed he was not overmatched as he hit a homerun in his debut Game 1.  They will have to pick it up if they wish to keep their home field protected against one of the top teams put together.

(0 – 2) Stick’Em Up at (2 – 0) Tornadoes
Though the Stick’Em Up sported some tough pitching in their first week of playing, they fell just a little short against the defending champions.  Mike Walsh again showed a great deal of hitting as he had 2 doubles in the first game before sending one deep in the second.  Carlos Viteri hit a homerun in his return to his old squad during the first game back with them as well.  They will do what they can to temper the hot hitting of the Tornadoes at Oceania Avenue Saturday morning.  Steve Tomasik, Steve Dachtera, and Joe LaMicela put up 46 runs together in the opening week with a combination of incredulous hitting that never seemed to be salved.  In the opener, Joe LaMicela was the only one of the three to go long, but Steve Tomasik managed 8 runs plated.  The second game was a mashing display as all three of them hit homeruns, Joe LaMicela went for the cycle that included 4 doubles, Steve Tomasik drove in 8 again, and Joe and Steve Dachtera drove in 9 each.  With that kind of swatting, the Tornadoes would be a tough egg for anyone to try and crack.  The Stick’Em Up have some arms, however.  They can probably keep such an offense down.  

(0 – 2) Pulaskis at (0 – 0) New Team (Sun.)
Despite the Pulaskis promising to bring back their old, dominant team, they needed some fill-ins to piece together a squad the opener.  The results were exhilarating offensively as Jon Hopkins represented his group with a homerun in each game.  Mark Ferrari and Miguel Cabezas did their part to help as they too hit a homerun each in the second game.  They now plan on bringing their full force out to Long Island as they face a second week entry new team.  It’s hard to say what this new group will bring to the table, but it is always fun to see what they can do as they open against a squad that should be in the run towards the end.  How they make their first impression will be a good indication what sort of team the new one can be.  It will be quite a compelling match-up this Sunday morning.

2 Re: MLSB Summer Season Week 2, June 29 2013 on Sun Jun 30, 2013 1:37 am

arrjay1

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Ropes Sweep Gashouse.

Game 1: 11-5  Tim Y WP 15 K's ...

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Chris S. HR 2 RBI



Game 2: 8-0 Steve Y WP 6 IP 2 HR 15 K's

Don't have sheets in front of me, ..almost nobody else posts their results here anyway... including commissioner's team...lol



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3 Re: MLSB Summer Season Week 2, June 29 2013 on Sun Jun 30, 2013 8:11 pm

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Rocco,

That stuff is done on facebook now. I also made you a "fan" page, which you can use to login to facebook without giving your life over to facebook by creating a personal account

Here is the fan page:
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And here is the MLSB Fan page:

[Only admins are allowed to see this link]

All I need is your email to give you access to the account. Enjoy.


arrjay1 wrote:Ropes Sweep Gashouse.

Game 1: 11-5  Tim Y WP 15 K's ...

......
Chris S. HR 2 RBI



Game 2: 8-0 Steve Y WP 6 IP 2 HR 15 K's

Don't have sheets in front of me, ..almost nobody else posts their results here anyway... including commissioner's team...lol



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