All-Time Greats VI | Results
Third baseman Brooks Robinson had 4 hits at Connie Mack Stdm where the
Bethany Beach Mustangs beat the struggling Brooklyn Neptunes by the score of
9 to 6.
Bethany Beach took the lead for good in the 6th inning scoring one runner
utilizing 2 base hits. Bethany Beach finished with 16 hits while Brooklyn
ended up with 11.
Tom Seaver(6-6) got the win allowing 6 runs in 6 innings. Seaver got help from
Rob Dibble who earned his 13th save. Ben Tincup(0-2) suffered the loss in
relief. He was pinned with the loss despite not allowing an earned run in
his 3 and 2/3 innings of work.
The Bethany Beach ballclub’s record now stands at 25-33. Still in a bad
slump, with this loss, Brooklyn is 0-10 lately and 22-36 on the year.
Roy Halladay whitewashed palm desert on 3 hits as the MOTBY Personnel pulled
out a win over the palm desert duponter’s by a score of 1 to 0 at Citi Field
MOTBY scored the deciding run in the bottom of the 9th inning. After two were
out Willie Bloomquist drew a walk. Brian McCann came to the plate and
stroked a one-base hit. Mike Fontenot then banged out a single making MOTBY
the victor and beginning a joyous home town celebration. MOTBY rapped out 10
hits for the afternoon.
It was the 2nd shutout of the year for Halladay(20-11). Randy Flores(0-2) took
the loss in relief. He pitched 1 and 1/3 innings and surrendered 2 hits and
‘Halladay took our guys to school’ tech henry said. ‘Too bad he doesn’t pitch
for us – it would make my job a whole lot easier!’
Back to the ’90s
Center fielder Andy Van Slyke left the yard and had 4 RBI at Candlestick Park
as the Blackmail Men won in dramatic fashion coming back to beat the
Neeever Surrender by the count of 9 to 6.
Blackmail put a big number on the board in the 9th inning, which proved too
much for Neeever to overcome when they blasted Neeever for 7 runs on 8 hits.
The big moment was provided by Van Slyke, who disappointed the partisan crowd
when he rifled a three-run blast (his 30th of the season). Blackmail had 14
hits overall, while Neeever had 10.
Jason Christiansen(1-1) got the win allowing 1 run in 1 and 1/3 innings. Larry
Andersen(6-2) was given the loss in relief. worrierking was feeling mighty
fine as he answered questions in his office after the game, ‘Now that was one
fine ending! Did you see how the crowd just sat there in silence after the
winning run scored? Here we are celebrating wildly, and the stadium is
cloaked in virtual silence. Weird. but GREAT!’
Derrick May rocketed 2 home runs and had 3 RBI as the Kia Soul Hamsters
defeated the Quebec Reds by a score of 9 to 2 at Kauffman Stadium
May had a good day at the plate. He delivered a one-base hit resulting in a
run in the 1st inning, blasted a solo shot in the 3rd inning and smashed a
bases-empty ‘big-fly’ (his 29th of the season) in the 7th inning. Quebec was
out-hit by Kia Soul, 15 hits to 6.
The winning pitcher was Brian Boehringer(5-4) who allowed no runs in 6
innings. Paul Byrd(8-12) was the losing pitcher. He was touched for 3
homeruns in his 7 innings of work.
The Kia Soul ballclub’s record now stands at 44-58. With this loss, Quebec
has a 6-4 record of late, 54-48 overall.