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Gameday 6/2: Ducks @ Wicked Aces; Islanders @ Holy Balls

3 PM     Holy Grounds     Wyandotte, MI
(4 - 10)
6 Game 1 4
(5 - 5)
 WP: Mundel (2-1)
 HR: Mundel (1)
LP: Corbett (0-4) 
1 Game 2 9
 LP: Murtha (1-4) WP: Paquin (4-1) 
HR: Paquin (1) 
H★   N. Braden (HB) P★   Mundel (IS) F★   Mott (IS)

Balls Beat: The Balls brought an end to two Islanders streaks Sunday, but both a little later than hoped. Michael Sessions got one more plate appearance without an at-bat before being struck out in the second inning of game one to end that streak at 25 trips to the plate. The other lingering streak hurt a bit more. The Islanders extended their winning streak to four games on a solid pitching performance by Will Mundel that kept the Balls off-balance all game. Will also belted a grand slam in the second inning that was the difference in the game. The Balls scrounged together a few runs, but never truly threatened to take the game. Game two was a completely different story as the Balls bats came to life against Murtha. Paquin's first home run of the season was the highlight, but everyone got involved in the festivities. Bullard and Braden both stroked doubles, and multiple long singles shot off the bats that were held quiet in game one. A split was not what the Balls had in mind, but perking up for a better performance in game two helped end the day on a good note - well, that and hanging out with the Islanders is always a good time.

Islanders Beat:

4 PM     Poolside Park     Ottawa Lake, MI
(2 - 8)
0 Game 1 3
(10 - 0)
  Ducks forfeit  
0 Game 2 3
  Ducks forfeit  
Unavailable Pitchers:
   1 Game:   Castle (DU),  Bortmas (WA)
   2 Games:  N/A
The Wicked Aces unveil the newly renovated Poolside Park in the Week 6 Marquee Match-up with the Ducks. The pitching staffs of these teams made them the definitive rivalry of 2012, and there is definitely carry-over there, despite the 13-0 series route by the Aces two weeks ago at the Swamp. The Aces have come out of the gates looking even stronger than their 2012 championship run, but their slow start has the Ducks backed up against a wall and potentially poised to finally play up to the caliber that they are capable.