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July 19, 2013

The pitcher was a hitter…?

Filed under: Uncategorized — stevemryan @ 11:02 pm

This game was a blowout.  With the Whalers leading 7-4 and the first two runners reaching base, I let the pitcher hit in the top of the 8th.  The dice roll 66 is virtually always a good thing and this time was no different, 3-run HR and the game was over with the score 10-4.  The Tip-Tops added a run in the bottom of the 9th to make the final score 10-5.  Brooklyn used pinch hitters and relievers early and often and while the bench had some decent bats, the bullpen was not a strength of this team.





So the favored team advances with the 14th seeded 1915 Chicago Whalers of the Federal League advancing against the 51st seeded 1915 Federal League’s Brooklyn Tip-Tops.  Good game and life is good as well!


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