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Gameday 6/15: Wicked Aces @ El Diablos; Belgian @ Holy Balls; Westside @ Islanders

6 PM     Pervis Memorial     Southgate, MI
(11 - 1)
0 Game 1 2
(16 - 4)
 LP: Bortmas (2-1) WP: Skinner (7-1) 
HR: Tomlinson (9) 
2 Game 2 0
 WP: A. Bischoff (3-0)
 HR: A. Bischoff (7)
LP: C. Phillips (5-3) 
P★   Skinner (EL) P★   A. Bischoff (WA) H★   Tomlinson (EL)

El Diablos informe: Dos pesos pesados igualados hasta la semana 8 y dos grandes partidos se jugaron. Los Ases decidieron ser un montón de mujeres y no tirar su potencial ganador de zapatos de payaso en contra nuestra. Skinner dominó produciendo 2 corredores en base. Bischoff entró en una de las pistas Bortmas "y Tomlinson tarde etiquetada un jonrón solitario en Hughes. Game 2 Bischoff nos cerró, Phillips lanzó bien pero tienen un dedo casualidad a Austin en la tercera chapado dos carreras. que todos ellos tendrían que estábamos encerrados fuera.

Wicked Aces beat: The Aces went into Pervis Memorial wanting to sweep the Diablos and live up to their #3 national ranking. Things started off rough as Evan Bortmas walked the first three guys to start off the bottom of the 1st. Captain Austin Bischoff decided to pull Bortmas and put himself on the mound. He limited the damage and the Diablos were only able to score 1 run off of a walk. Bischoff then pitched the next inning and put Justin Hughes in to throw the 3rd and 4th innings. Hughes only let one run up, a solo shot off the bat of Tomlinson. The Aces offense couldn’t get anything going off of Skinner though, and ended up with only two walks in the 5th to break up the perfect game.

Bischoff took the hill in game two against Phillips. He shut down the very potent Diablo offense and helped his cause with a 2 run ding-dong daddy. Bortmas had a very productive game at the dish, going 3-5 with a walk. Hughes also had a pretty nice game, drawing 3 walks.

6:30 PM     Holy Grounds     Wyandotte, MI
(4 - 18)
8 Game 1 13
(8 - 6)
 LP: Buhr (2-3) WP: Castle (2-1) 
HR: N. Braden (2), Paquin (2), 
Piasecki (2,3) 
1 Game 2 17
 LP: Dancza (0-3, 3.75)
 HR: Buhr (1)
WP: Paquin (6-1) 
HR: N. Braden (3,4) 
H★   N. Braden (HB) H★   Castle (HB) F★   Wesserling (BW)
Line on the game:  Series Point Spread: Holy Balls -10.5

Balls beat: Game 1 immediately turned out to be a high scoring affair with Belgian scoring 3 runs in the top of the first to take a quick 3-0 lead. The Balls, however, didn't panic as they tacked on 4 with a grand slam from Paquin in the bottom of the first. Belgian put up a few more, then the Balls came on in the later innings putting up 13 runs on Belgian, not before Castle came on in relief shutting down Belgian's offense. Game 2 was a different matter, as the balls offense continued to score. The Balls racked up two ding dong daddy's from Nick Braden and quickly put the game out of reach. Belgian's scoring was minimal, putting up 1 run.

Castle and Braden were outstanding offensively. Braden scored a double-digit RBI total for the series. Castle nearly hit for the cycle game 1 and only managed to get out once the entire series.

Belgian beat: Though Belgian got an early lead on Chris Lewis and as he struggled to find the strike zone, it was no match for the offense of the Holy Balls as they belted several home runs with the winds blowing out against a not-so-power arm in David Buhr. Belgian still scored 8 runs and Dougie W even turned in a fine double play, but it was not enough and the Wiffles lost by 5. The offense was even slimmer for Belgian in Game 2 as the only run came off of Buhr's solo shot over the Center Field fence off of Chris Paquin. Belgian suffered it's 3rd mercy of the season in that game, losing 15-1.

5:30 PM     The Island     Detroit, MI
(11 - 3)
2 Game 1 0
(4 - 14)
4 Game 2 2
P★   Haffey (WW) H★   Colgan (IS) F★   Voutsos (WW)
Line on the game:  Over/Under 3 steal attempts

Islanders beat: It wasn't the Islanders day on Belle Isle today as they lost a 2 - 0 pitchers duel in the first game. Both Matt Murtha and Kiefer Haffey were on top of their games with Kiefer out dueling Murtha in the end. In the second game, the Islanders took an early 3-0 lead in the first inning, until the Warriors were able to concentrate at the plate and walk a half dozen or so times. Final score in the second game was 4-2 with the Warriors prevailing. After the game, the Islanders said good bye to Brad Francis, who left the team on good graces as he makes his journey to Davenport, Iowa for chiropractic school

Warriors beat: The warriors traveled down to Belle Isle on a rainy and windy day. Murtha was dominant on the mound, but DiTizio was able to plate two runs to lift the warriors to a 2-0 victory. Haffey had a shut out performance. The second game was a much different story. Mundel struck out the first nine he faced, however the Westside crew was able to draw some walks and get a 4-2 victory over the Islanders.