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July 17, 2013

From one extreme to the other…

Filed under: Uncategorized — stevemryan @ 2:50 pm

The previous game between the Tigers and the Tip-Tops went eight and a half innings before there was a score.  In the next game, there was a run scored in each of the first five half innings.  The final score had the Tip-Tops winning 4-3.  Lafitte (AYW) threw the complete game and overcame six walks.  The two teams were seeded 30th and 35th, so it wasn’t that big of an upset when the 35th seed won, but still it was an interesting series.

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I look forward to the next series.  Teams from this era are a lot of fun to play and the games always seem to have different roll result situations to help me gain more experience with the Ball/Score program.  Life is good!

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