All-Time Greats VI | Results
Milt May slammed a homerun and had 3 RBI as the TLV – 80 Pomeranians defeated
the Boyhood Idols by the score of 7 to 5 at Minute Maid Field
Bill Hogg(20-11) labored throughout the game but hung around to record a
victory. He gave up 9 hits and 6 walks in 7 innings and surrendered 2
home runs. Boyhood threatened in the 9th but TLV – 80 was able to put down
Mike Marshall recorded the save, his 13th. Orval Grove(5-21) suffered the
loss. He was touched for 8 hits and 2 walks in 3 and 2/3 innings.
Casey Stengel was clearly disappointed after the game. ‘It was a manager’s
nightmare out there’, he said, ‘We should have had this one.’
Zack Greinke tossed a fine 2 hitter at Dodger Stadium where the Berlin
Wallbreakers beat the Kathmandu F.C. Holly cows 3 to 1.
Kathmandu F.C. lost it in the 8th inning when Berlin did all their damage
scoring 3 runs. Jason Bartlett led off and started the attack as he drew a
walk. Two outs later Joe Mauer came up and he drew a walk. Albert Pujols
then reached on an error. Scott Rolen stepped in and he belted a three-run
homer (his 6th of the season). Berlin finished with just 5 hits in the
Greinke(4-2), allowing 1 run for the game, picked up the victory. Tim
Lincecum(2-7) was charged with the loss. He was a hard-luck loser as he did
not allow an earned run in his 7 and 2/3 innings of work.
‘He was moving it around and spotting it very well.’ Mr. Singh said. Greinke
pitched a great game. He deserves all the credit.’
Back to the ’90s
Ken Caminiti smacked 4 home runs and had 8 RBI and Curt Schilling whiffed 10
batters as the Mindless Lemmings defeated the Hometown Heroes by the score of
13 to 5 at Tiger Stadium
Caminiti propelled Mindless to victory. He hit a bases-empty home run in the
1st inning, lost the ball over the fence for three runs in the 3rd inning,
blasted a solo shot in the 8th inning and lofted a three-run ‘big-fly’ (his
27th of the season) in the 9th inning. Overall Mindless out-hit Hometown 16
The winning pitcher was Schilling(22-10) who allowed 5 runs in 8 and 2/3
innings. The loss was charged to Kevin Tapani(2-4). He was touched for 3
homeruns in his 2 and 1/3 innings of work.
Schilling, when asked about his 10 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!’