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League veteran Keith Keppley has been on a tear in the Wednesday Open League. With 7 games played, Keith has 27 runs scored and 29 hits. With 2 runs scored tomorrow evening he breaks the men's runs league mark of 28. With 3 hits, he breaks the men's hits mark with 32. Good luck, Keith.
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Keith managed to break the runs-scored record of 28, crossing the plate for the 29th time in the Wednesday Open league. Being this is an open league, the decision to overwrite the existing men's league runs-scored record or make this record an adjunct to the current men's league record has yet to be determined. Either way, it will stand as a record.
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He's back!

Last season, Sean Nonemacher tied the men's league record for doubles in a single season with 14 while playing for Kings Corner in the Tuesday Men's league. His assault on the record continues this season. Playing for Hooligan's in the Thursday Men's league, Sean has 13 2-baggers with 2 games left to play. This is a 23-year old record he is about to obliterate. He will also shatter and extend the yearly doubles record of 54 which he currently owns. Sean has 51 doubles and we aren't even finished with the summer season. Nice job outta you, Mr. Nonny!
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This past summer, playing for the Thursday Men's Hooligans squad, Sean Nonemacher completely demolished the men's league seasonal doubles record by hitting 17 2-baggers. The previous record of 14 was established 23 years ago by John Proietto (2000) and equalled by Sean in 2022.

In the yearly records department, this year Sean has already crushed his own doubles record of 54. He currently has 68 doubles and the fall season has just begun. Could we see 100 yearly 2Bs?
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A no-hitter in slow-pitch softball is a very rare occurrence. I can vaguely remember a no-hitter years ago, but have no particulars on it. Last night in the Tuesday Men's league, Bill Shallcross tossed a no-no. He wasn't even aware of it until he was informed of the feat once the game ended. Congrats to Bill and the Wire2Wire Sports Podcast guys on defense that no doubt played a part.
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WOW!
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With 3 games to go in the Spring season, Kyle Rossi (Bush Bumpers, Thursday Men's A) has a chance to break THREE single season records that have all been held for 10+ years.

Current Men's League Records

Home Runs: 18 - set by Jarred Gardner in 2009
RBIs: 42 - set by Mike Haberle in 2014
Slugging %: 2.407 - set by Mike Haberle in 2014


Kyle Rossi through 5 games

Home Runs: 12
RBIs: 34
Slugging %: 2.947
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The single season men's league batting record has fallen by the wayside. Set back in 2003, Frank Hackett batted 903 (28/31) in the Tuesday Men's spring league. That record stood for 21 years. This spring season, Chris Knechel batted 929 (25/27) in the Friday Men's league. With a minimum of 24 ABs needed to qualify, Chris now owns the league batting record. Congrats Chris Knechel!
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Kyle Rossi (Bush Bumpers) - Thursday Men's A - has tied one record and shattered another.

This spring season, Rossi tied the single season men's RBI record set by Mike Haberle in 2014 by driving home 42 runs. In addition, he crushed the slugging % record set also by Haberle in 2014 by over 200 pts. Rossi powered his way to a 2.630 slugging %. Incredible start to the year.

Richie Zupkuski (Unhinged) - Sunday Men's B South has tied the single season RBI mark of 42.
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Joe Sulpizio (Pinball Wizards) hit 10 regular season triples in the Sunday Coed spring league to eclipse the old mark of 9 set by Ron Pulli in the fall of 2014.
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