B west 5/1/22

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B west 5/1/22

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Broad Street Bullies vs. Sprouse Electric

Broad puts up four runs in the opening inning with singles while holding Sprouse scoreless. Broad adds two more in the second before Sprouse gets on the board with one run. Broad Street kept slapping them singles and would add two more runs in the third. Sprouse mirrors its second inning performance plating one. The singles kept coming for Broad with five in the inning that would result in two runs. Sprouse would come out a little less flat this inning and score five including a two run triple by Brendan McCoy. Broad Street would close out this game scoring six runs with doubles by Evan Grzymkowski, Mike Zahradnick, and Randy Worthington. Sprouse would attempt a comeback but fall short losing this one 16-10.

Stiff Sox vs. Wolfpack

Stiff Sox would score only one run in the game which would come after a leadoff triple in the fourth inning by Kurt Krout. Wolfpack would get on the board early and never look back. Colin Leach hits a double in the first followed by a two run triple by Anthony Peretti. Wolfpack would go on to score eight runs in the game and win this one 8-1.

Colin Leach 3-4 2 doubles, 2 runs, walk

Isotopes vs. Pitch Please

Isotopes get out to the early lead with four runs in the first inning. Pitch please get one. In the second isotopes get two more runs on singles and a double by Sean Pena. Pitch Please gets rolling in the second putting up eight runs including doubles by Matt Gravelle and Joe Weeks along with triples by Pete Donnelly and Jeff McMahon. Pitch would score another run in the third and fourth and three more in the fifth with some extra base hits by Matt Gravelle and Jeff McMahon. Isotopes would come back into this game with eight runs over the last two innings on singles and doubles by Sean Pena and Ryan Greenberg. This game was tied 14 all into the home half of the seventh. Pitch Please would walk this one off with a double by Mike Oravitz and a triple by Pete Donnelly. Pitch Please wins 15-14.

Pete Donnelly 3-5 run, 4 rbi, two triples
Jeff McMahon 2-4 2 triples,2 rbi, run

WildFire vs. Isotopes

Isotopes got the scoring going in the home half of the first with two runs after a lead off triple by Sean Pena and a two run double by Paul Mizvitowicz. Wildfire would plate two over the next two innings which included a double by Chris Amendolia. Neither team would score again until the sixth inning when Isotopes would plate four runs with walks, a single and a three run triple by Tyler Mizvitowicz. Wildfire would attempt to come back and walk this game off but would fall short only scoring three in the seventh. Isotopes win 6-5.

Tyler Mizvitowicz 1-2 walk, double, 3 rbi

Wildfire vs. Hitmen

Hitmen came out strong and got two runs in the first six batters including an RBI double by Pat Feliciani. Wildfire would wait till the third inning to respond however would respond big with twelve runs on the small ball and a three run triple by Bruce Davis. Hitmen would get five in that inning including doubles by Mike Sirianni, Mark Bond, and Nick Lang. Wildfire would score five more runs in the fourth again on singles and an RBI double by Anthony Amendolia. Both teams would score two more runs in the game but Wildfire’s third inning would show to be too much for Hitmen today. Wildfire wins 19-9

Bruce Davis 3-4 run, SAC, walk, triple, 6 RBI

Hattricks vs. Magerks

In the highest scoring game of the day Magerks would start the scoring in the first with two runs on walks and a two run single by Steve Johnson. Hattricks get three on singles and help from a non rostered player. Magerks added eight more runs in the second on a single and a double by Rich Houser. Magerks kept on hitting with four more runs in the third including a two run triple by Jim Molloy. Magerks go back to back to back with three homeruns by Steve Johnson, Chris Rommel, and Jeff Tongue. Also get two on a two run double by Steve Walker. Hattricks would watch the offensive power of Magerks and go on a seven run fifth inning themselves which included a homerun by Josh Graef, a triple by Casey Condron, and a double by Ron Gallagher. They also got some help from the non rostered guy too.. They would get three more runs in the sixth after a lead off double by Christian Vogler and a two run homerun by Casey Condron. Magerks was just too much today and would win 22-13.

Steve Johnson 4-5 3 runs, homerun, 5 RBI
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