All-Time Greats VI | Results
It was a wild 10 inning day in Hunt. Ave. Grds where the Blind In Texas
defeated the Bombs Away by the score of 14 to 13.
The game was deadlocked at 13 after nine full innings. Blind In finally
pulled the game out in the 10th inning. Jeff Heath lashed a single. One out
later, Larry Walker was next to the plate, but was promptly struck out.
Oscar Charleston then drew a walk. Joe Dimaggio was up next and he doubled
scoring the run. Both teams ended up with 16 hits on the afternoon.
Chick Brandom(2-1) went 3 innings allowing 4 runs for the victory. Brandom got
relief help from John Smoltz who gained credit for his 27th save. Dick
Radatz(3-5) was given the loss in relief. He was knocked around by Blind In,
allowing 7 hits and 3 walks in 3 innings.
Right fielder Hunter Pence connected with a ‘big fly’ and had 2 RBI and Roy
Oswalt was able to finish what he started and was credited with a complete
game as the Kalaheo ACES beat the dreadful New Titans by a score of 7 to
Kalaheo promptly took the lead in their half of the first when they scored 2
runs on 3 hits. Kalaheo rapped out 13 hits for the afternoon.
The win was credited to Oswalt(20-12) who went the whole way allowing 2 runs.
The losing pitcher was Ubaldo Jimenez(13-21). He allowed 10 hits and 2 walks
in 6 innings.
The Kalaheo ballclub’s record now stands at 70-76. With this loss, New has a
3-7 record of late, 59-87 overall.
Back to the ’90s
Pedro Martinez whitewashed Big on 1 hit and Lance Johnson had 2 base hits at
Three Rivers Stdm where the Chicago Rockets beat the Big Flys by the
score of 5 to 0.
Martinez(18-10) was tremendous on the mound for Chicago. He was stingy on the
mound, allowing just 1 hit and 2 walks in 9 innings. Martinez racked up 13
strikeouts. Chicago totaled 8 hits on the afternoon.
Todd Van Poppel(4-1) absorbed the loss. reuscri01 was upset after the game.
‘I don’t like to complain but did you see that umpires strike zone?’, he
said. ‘Maybe they ought to start calling the strike zone the way it’s
printed in the rule book.’
In a close game the #sunrise hangovers got by the Shukokai Shelleys by the
score of 6 to 4.
Gil Heredia(6-12) had a steady outing. He was reached for 9 hits and no walks
in 8 innings and surrendered 3 ’round-trippers’. Shukokai had a chance in
the 9th but they came up short.
Derek Lowe gained credit for his 15th save. Russ Ortiz(6-3) absorbed the
loss. He was knocked around pretty good, giving up 6 runs in 5 innings.