Game 1 at Bonnabel Dodgers vs Rangers
Opening weekend saw the Dodgers taking on the 2017 Season Champions the Rangers. The Rangers took the game 11-4. Leading the way for the Rangers was Bob Oster who went 2 for 4 with 3 RBI. Fletcher Mackel and Leo LeBlanc combined to pitch 6 of the 7 innings, allowing only 3 runs between them. Paul Leuting and John Paciera each added a hit for the Dodgers.
Game 1 at St Charles Catholic Cubs vs Yankees
In our first game in Laplace the Yankees defeated the Cubs 14 - 3. Leading the way for the Yankees was Byron Addison who went 2 for 2 with a double and 4 RBI. The rest of the team banged out 12 more hits to bring the Yankees their first win of the season. Chris Morris pitched 4 innings giving up 2 runs, while striking out 5 for the win. Leading the way for the Cubs was Anthony Hebert who went 3 for 4, with a double and 2 singles. Chris Powell added 2 more hits for the Cubs.
Game 2 at St Charles Catholic White Sox vs Phillies
Game 2 saw the White Sox pound out 21 runs against the Phillies. Everyone in the Sox line up had at least 1 hit, but leadin ghte way was Dyron Morris who went 3-3 with a double, 2 singles and 2 walks. Ernest Jones also went 3-3 adding a walk, while 6 other players had 2 hits each. Dyron Morris went 3 innings on the mound to get the win, not allowing a hit or a run. The Phillies scratched together 4 hits for the game, 1 each by Ryan Dusuau, Mike Baird, Andre Jackson and Andre Vappie who had a triple.
Good luck to everyone next week!
SUNDAY MARCH 11TH
10:00 – Dodgers VS White Sox
AT ST CHARLES
9:00 - Yankees VS Phillies
12:00 - Rangers VS Cubs
2014 Old News
Championship Game 2014
September 21, 2014
Our championship game was held at the beautiful Segnette Field in Jefferson Parish. The Reds defeated the Rangers by the score of 6 – 4, behind the hitting of Robin Troullier, 3 for 3, 3RBI & Ben Cannole, 2 for 4, 1DBL. Mike Windham, in relief of Fred Alfred, picked up the win for the Reds. Leading hitters for the Rangers were: Brad Washington, 3 for 4, 1Triple; Howard Farmer, 2 for 3, 1DBL, 1RBI; Ernie Neives, 2 for 4. Spencer Ott threw all 9 innings for the Rangers, had 9 strikeouts, but suffered the loss.
The Reds scored in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th inning with the Rangers answering in the 2nd, 4th, and 5th innings to tie the game up at 3 – 3. The game remained tied until the Reds scored 1 run in the 7th and 2 runs in the 8th to take a 6 – 3 lead. The Rangers could only come up with 1 run in the 8th for the final score of 6 – 4.
Just a reminder about our dinner/awards banquet set for Saturday October 11, 2014. Doors open at 6:30, Dinner to be served around 7:15. A cash bar, T.V. for the LSU – Florida game if moved to a night game will be provided. Wives are always invited to partake of the dinner. Please contact your manager to let him know if you plan to attend with or without someone so we can prepare enough food. Hope to see you there.
RANGERS AND REDS ADVANCE TO FINALS
The Cubs jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the top of the first, the big blow being a two run homer by Chip Lofton. The Rangers would answer with three in the bottom of the first, the big blow being a two run homer by Howard Farmer. Spencer Ott would not allow another base runner until two out in the seventh. By that time the Rangers were well on their way to an 11-3 victory. The Rangers were led by Ott, who improved to 7-0 on the year and Howard farmer 4-4 HR 4 RBI's an Nathaniel Greene 3-3.
In game two the Reds overcame a 5-2 deficit and scored 10 runs in the bottom of the 8th on way to their 12-6 victory. Ben Connole picked up the win in relief of Fred Alfred. Leading the Reds at the plate were Lance Permillion and Ricky Philibert each with two hits and 3 RBI's.