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Gameday 5/18: Westside @ El Diablos; Westside @ Belgian; Wicked Aces @ Islanders; Wicked Aces @ Ducks

9 AM     Pervis Memorial     Southgate, MI
(7 - 1)
1 Game 1 0
(6 - 2)
 WP: Barone (1-0) LP: Skinner (2-1) 
0 Game 2 6
 LP: DeMaria (2-1) WP: C. Phillips (3-1) 
HR: Lollio (2), C. Phillips (4) 
P★   C. Phillips (EL) H★   Lollio (EL) F★   DeMaria (WW)

Game 1 Video:

El Diablos Informe: Juego 1 - Skinner se enfrentó a Barone por Kiefer es una niña. era un duque lanzadores a 4 hasta que un golpe de suerte golpeado por Shore, que venía a ser la carrera ganadora. Los Diablos no pudieron obtener los murciélagos que van y llegó a perder 1-0, incluso con 15 K de Skinner. Juego 2 - Phillips vs "Bones". Este juego estaba mostrando matices de juego 1 hasta que el cuarto inning. Nicco comenzó el rally con un doble y se llevó a casa por un homerun Phillips. Más tarde en el episodio, Nicco conectó un moonshot para añadir insulto a la injuria. Phillips lanzó bien para terminar la blanqueada de juego completo, ganando por 6-0.

Westside Beat:

11 PM     Wiff-Hill Grounds     Rockwood, MI
(7 - 1)
5 Game 1 2
(3 - 7)
 WP: Barone (2-0)
 HR: DeMaria (1)
LP: Buhr (1-1) 
HR: M. Brannan (1)
5 Game 2 1
 WP: DeMaria (3-1)
 HR: Shore (1)
LP: Dancza (0-1) 
P★   DeMaria (WW) H★   Shore (WW) F★   M. Brannan (BW)
Belgian Beat: Westside came to the new Wiff-Hill Grounds for the first ever game played on the hill. Belgian started captain David Buhr on the mound and allowed only 5 runs to a team capable of hanging in there with anyone. After Jason Hollister reached on a walk, Mark Brannan launched his first career home-run over the right field fence to tie the game. Unfortunately that was the only offense the Wiffles could muster for the rest of the game.

Game 2 saw Matthew "Amish" Dancza take the hill for the Wiffles in his first career start. Behind some solid defense, he allowed only 5 runs to this powerful team captained by the mystifying Alex Shore. The Belgian offense did not get going until the bottom of the fifth when Greg Brannan drove in his younger twin brother by 7 minutes, Mark Brannan, to get on the board. Belgian has been on a skid as of recent and hopes to find their bearings next week, as they have 4 games on the slate.

Westside Beat:

2:30 PM     The Island     Detroit, MI
(8 - 0)
16 Game 1 0
(0 - 8)
 WP: Crozier (1-0) LP: Linebrink (0-4) 
16 Game 2 2
 WP: E. Bishoff (3-0) LP: Mundel (0-1) 
H★   A. Bischoff (WA) H★   Bortmas (WA) F★   Egan (IS)
Islanders Beat: Avast ye scallywags! Today will be known as the day a pair of marauding vagrant Jack Tars joined me Islanders on a search for the booty! These dogs performed their duties well, but alas the plague was upon 'em and blackbeard's curse kept me ship's cannons at bay. The Doldrums again were evadin', as those scurvy black-spot Wicked Aces had their way. Next time they'll be walking me plank! YARRR!!! Fair winds.

Wicked Aces Beat: The Wicked Aces came into Saturday wanting to take all 4 of the days games. They started their first series exactly like planned taking both games by mercy rule. Joel Crozier started the first game and pitched well as the Aces rolled to a 16-0 victory. Evan Bischoff started the second game for the Aces and didn’t start well after allowing two runs off of walks. He slammed the door after that and the Aces potent took over. Austin Bischoff hit three home runs in the second game and Evan Bortmas added another one.

6 PM     The Swamp     Trenton, MI
(8 - 0)
8 Game 1 0
(2 - 4)
 WP: A. Bischoff (2-0) LP: Pearson (1-2) 
5 Game 2 0
 WP Bortmas (2-0) LP: Castle (1-1) 
P★   A. Bischoff (WA) H★   Crozier (WA) F★   Crozier (WA)
Ducks Beat:

Wicked Aces Beat: After taking the first two games of the day in convincing fashion, the Aces were expecting two very competitive games against the Ducks. Austin Bischoff took the hill in the first game and threw a gem, allowing only one hit and a couple walks. The offense took advantage of Pearson failing to find the strike zone and scored five runs in the first two innings. They tacked on three more in the third.
In game two, 2012 MVP Evan Bortmas took the mound. Although the Ducks did threaten at times, he pitched a superb game and has a scoreless streak of 16 innings. Joel Crozier led the offense with two doubles, two walks, a single and an RBI as the Aces coasted to a 5-0 victory.