All-Time Greats VI | box score
Ted Williams launched 2 homeruns and had 5 RBI as the very talented Pasquo
Pumpers beat the 48th Air Force by a score of 12 to 6.
Williams really lit it up for Pasquo. The 48th fans let him have it for what
he did to their boys. He rifled a three-run blast in the 2nd inning and
lifted one out of the park for a two run home run (his 30th of the season) in
the 4th inning. Pasquo had many opportunities throughout the game and scored
in 6 separate innings.
The victory went to Denny Lemaster(20-8) who went 7 and 2/3 innings, allowing
6 runs. The losing pitcher was Bump Hadley(8-8). He served up 3 homeruns in
his 1 and 2/3 innings.
The Washington Senators nipped the Albian Sands Bloopers31 3 to 2 at Petco
Park in a hard fought contest.
Brad Ziegler(6-2) looked good in relief and was the winning pitcher. He
surrendered no hits and 1 walk in 1 inning. Albian Sands threatened in the
9th but their rally came up short.
Mariano Rivera gained credit for his 33rd save. Tim Lincecum(18-9) was the
losing pitcher. ‘You have to give Albian Sands credit, they fought us tough
to the end’ Vince A. said. ‘It could have gone either way, but I’m glad we
pulled out the victory.’
Back to the ’90s
Greg Maddux took a no-hitter into the 6th inning at The Skydome where the
democrat union thugs beat the Tempe Bandito(R) by the score of 2 to
Maddux(25-8) was simply too much for the Tempe batters. He allowed only 3
hits and 1 walk in 9 innings. The right-handed Maddux had his no-hit bid
broken up by Alex Gonzalez who singled with one out in the 6th inning. Tempe
had a chance in the 9th but they came up short.
Dwight Gooden(16-14) was the losing pitcher. He surrendered only 1 run and 1
hit in 6 and 1/3 innings. Aaron Lewis lamented, ‘Maddux was really
aggressive today. He kept coming after our hitters. Heck, why not. he kept
sitting our guys down one after another – like so many bowling pins!’
John Tudor held Lowell scoreless on just 2 hits and center fielder Oddibe
McDowell launched 2 homeruns and had 4 RBI as the Roland’s Tommy Gunners
destroyed the Lowell Kerouacs by a score of 11 to 0 at Cleveland Stadium
McDowell provided much of the offense. He rifled a three-run blast in the 5th
inning and hit a bases-empty home run (his 4th of the season) in the 8th
inning. Roland’s totaled 15 hits on the afternoon.
For Tudor(12-20) it was his 2nd shutout this year. Oil Can Boyd(16-14) was the
loser. Roland’s scored big getting 8 runs off him in 4 and 2/3 innings.
‘I’ve been working on a few things in my delivery, and I think I’m hitting a
good groove.’ Tudor said after the game. ‘I’m ready to start another game