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June 17, 2012

Ho-hum, another 2 game sweep…

Filed under: Uncategorized — stevemryan @ 9:01 pm

This series featured a mild upset with the 49th seed 1916 Senators sweeping the 16th seed 1915 Braves.  Game two was a 2-0 affair on the strength of an RBI single by Joe Judge after two walks in the 6th inning and then a HR by George McBride in the following inning.  Both pitchers went the distance.  Winning pitcher Bert Gallia struck out 5 and surrendered 6 hits and one base on balls and threw a shut-out.  Loser Pat Ragan gave up two earned runs on 3 hits and 4 walks while striking out 7.



The next match-up has the 17th seed 1915 White Sox going against the 48th seeded 1915 St Louis Browns.  I believe this should be a good match-up with several of the White Sox players were also members of the 1919 Black Sox.  I expect this tourney to be played on the up-and-up so games should be interesting.

I am still working through some issues learning the BallScore program.  I believe I have figured out saving the box after each play.  As for compiling stats, I think I need to delete previously compiled box-scores.  Like I have said, there is a learning curve.

If this is a normal work week, I hope to continue the tourney next Friday.  As I get more familiar with the scoring program then I may try squeezing some games in during the week while the wife does school work.  Life is good!


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