All-Time Greats VI | box score
Randy Johnson carried a no-hitter into the 6th inning as the Cialis Two Tubs
defeated the Oregon Big Boys by a score of 2 to 0 at Comiskey Park
Johnson(20-11) was virtually untouchable. He allowed only 1 hit and 2 walks
in 9 innings. The left-handed Johnson lost his chance for a no-hitter when
Sam Crawford singled with one out in the 6th inning. Neither team managed to
score after the 3rd inning.
Bob Veale(17-16) took the loss. He pitched 8 innings and surrendered 6 hits
and 4 walks.
Wandy Rodriguez whiffed 15 batters as the Title Town outscored the Richardson
2010 Mets 6 to 1.
Rodriguez(2-0) was on top of his game. He allowed only 4 hits and 4 walks in
9 innings. Title had 12 hits for the afternoon.
Jeremy Guthrie(0-3) took the loss. Rodriguez, when asked about his 15
strikeout performance noted, ‘The important thing is that we won, if I get 20
and we lose, what good does it do our team? But, on the other hand, since we
won it feels great!’
Back to the ’90s
Greg Maddux mowed down 10 Boulevard batters as the Little big Horn Sioux
topped the Boulevard RhoDaks by a score of 8 to 4 at Coors Field
Darryl Strawberry enjoyed a fine day at the plate. He belted a three-run
homer (his 41st of the season) in the 2nd inning, doubled which scored a run
in the 4th inning and delivered a base-hit in the 8th inning. Neither team
managed to score after the 4th inning.
Maddux(20-11) lasted until the end allowing 4 runs for the win. Andy
Pettitte(11-16) was charged with the loss. He allowed 3 homeruns in 1 and
2/3 innings of work.
Maddux didn’t realize how many strikeouts he was racking up. When told he had
10 he was obviously surprised, ‘No kidding? Man, I knew that I had decent
total, but I didn’t think I had K’d that many. Say, that’s pretty good,
Center fielder Juan Encarnacion homered and had 3 RBI at Camden Yards where the Baltimore Yardbirds beat the Disco Apocalypse by the score of 9 to
Todd Ritchie(6-4) was called upon to do the job and he was the winning
pitcher. He went 2 and 2/3 innings surrendering 4 hits and no walks. Disco
was retired without difficulty in the 9th.
Ritchie got help from John Wetteland who was credited with his 17th save.
Scott Elarton(7-7) was the loser. He was hit hard and gave up 9 hits and 6
walks in 6 innings.