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July 5, 2013

I keep on pluggin’…

Filed under: Uncategorized — stevemryan @ 1:26 am

Tonight’s matchup had the 1914 Dodgers hosting the 1916 Yankees.  Wally Pipp (yeah, that Wally Pipp) hit a 2-run triple after a BB and an error.  The Yankees won with two hits while Brooklyn lost with the same.  

Good game at least for a 2-0 affair.  I goofed something up and notice the score incorrectly showed 3-0 at some point.  All I could figure was that I allowed the runner to score from third on the last out of the 1st for New York.  Not totally sure how I did it, but somehow I corrected the error.



Shawkey (AZ) only faced four over the minimum as he allowed two hits, one walk and I believe one runner on an error.  Very clean and efficient game for the New Yorkers.  Pfeffer gave up four walks to go with a couple of hits and I think one runner on an error.  I look forward to the next game.

After this series I believe I will be halfway through the first round of the tourney.  Life is good!


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