Vet Cardinals win streak continues with victory over Giants

News Aug 20, 2009 Ancaster News

In Vet Slo-pitch on Sunday, August 16 the Cardinals, Braves, Indians, Sox, Giants and A’s were victorious.

The Cardinals won their fourth in a row by out-slugging the Giants 21-17 as Lloyd Zimmerman, Randy Crispo, Frank Hruska, Phil Scheiding, Dave Dykeman, John Ribbecon, Steve Oulahen, Dom D’Avella, Hank Vipari and Rob Winger swung hot bats.

Outfielder Mike O’Neil made a sensational back pedaling over the head game saving catch in the seventh. Giants’ replacement player Nick Garbutt was perfect in four trips and first sacker Mark Carleton flashed the leather.

The Braves thrashed the Pirates 18-4 to take over first place in the NL behind the solid pitching of Mike Harris and Al Hoar. Reg Sinasac, Brian Carey and Neil Panabaker swung hot bats. Terry Stoltz and Ray Sniuolis turned in stellar defensive performances. Joe Morrison, Ken Dunhill, Rick LaRose, Chuck Paglia and Chris Sergnese hit well for the Bucs. Darryl Ferguson, Bob Love and Bill Dunfield played well defensively.

The Indians hung on to first place in the AL by downing the Orioles 14-7 behind the effective pitching of Ken Boyko and Rob Cavalieri. Rick McKenzie, Brian McKeown, Earl Sutherland, Rolph King, Keith Beaver and Dave Sawatsky, who scored three runs, led the Tribe attack. Dave Weir, Ed Salwach and Paul McKinnie led a stout defense. Ron Brown was perfect in three trips to lead the Orioles while Harry Hill also hit well. Dave Anderson, John Carnahan, Larry Smith and Ron Crawley were sharp defensively.

The Sox continued their late season heroics by downing the Brewers 11-7. Larry Travale, Greg Atkin, Mike Schuster and Bill Tomlinson led the attack while Pat Moulden, Des Dufresne and Bruce Berglund turned in defensive gems to back the crafty hurling of winning pitcher Don French. Dave Harrington and Dan Peace hit well for the Brew Crew. Infielders Wayne Daniels and Kevin Kading and outfielder John Parrett anchored a tight defense to aid pitchers Frank Simpson and Frank Rocchi.

The Giants defeated the Brewers 18-13 in a makeup game. Dave King and replacement player Terry Thibodeau each doubled twice. Defensively, Tim Leitch sparkled at short and replacement player outfielder Nick Garbutt made brilliant catches. Wayne Daniels, Danny Nelson and Frank Simpson played well for the Brewers.

In the late game the A’s climbed into second place in the AL by knocking off the Tigers 17-14.

Vet action resumes on Sunday, August 23 at Copetown at 10 o’clock with the Pirates hosting the Sox.

Vet Cardinals win streak continues with victory over Giants

News Aug 20, 2009 Ancaster News

In Vet Slo-pitch on Sunday, August 16 the Cardinals, Braves, Indians, Sox, Giants and A’s were victorious.

The Cardinals won their fourth in a row by out-slugging the Giants 21-17 as Lloyd Zimmerman, Randy Crispo, Frank Hruska, Phil Scheiding, Dave Dykeman, John Ribbecon, Steve Oulahen, Dom D’Avella, Hank Vipari and Rob Winger swung hot bats.

Outfielder Mike O’Neil made a sensational back pedaling over the head game saving catch in the seventh. Giants’ replacement player Nick Garbutt was perfect in four trips and first sacker Mark Carleton flashed the leather.

The Braves thrashed the Pirates 18-4 to take over first place in the NL behind the solid pitching of Mike Harris and Al Hoar. Reg Sinasac, Brian Carey and Neil Panabaker swung hot bats. Terry Stoltz and Ray Sniuolis turned in stellar defensive performances. Joe Morrison, Ken Dunhill, Rick LaRose, Chuck Paglia and Chris Sergnese hit well for the Bucs. Darryl Ferguson, Bob Love and Bill Dunfield played well defensively.

The Indians hung on to first place in the AL by downing the Orioles 14-7 behind the effective pitching of Ken Boyko and Rob Cavalieri. Rick McKenzie, Brian McKeown, Earl Sutherland, Rolph King, Keith Beaver and Dave Sawatsky, who scored three runs, led the Tribe attack. Dave Weir, Ed Salwach and Paul McKinnie led a stout defense. Ron Brown was perfect in three trips to lead the Orioles while Harry Hill also hit well. Dave Anderson, John Carnahan, Larry Smith and Ron Crawley were sharp defensively.

The Sox continued their late season heroics by downing the Brewers 11-7. Larry Travale, Greg Atkin, Mike Schuster and Bill Tomlinson led the attack while Pat Moulden, Des Dufresne and Bruce Berglund turned in defensive gems to back the crafty hurling of winning pitcher Don French. Dave Harrington and Dan Peace hit well for the Brew Crew. Infielders Wayne Daniels and Kevin Kading and outfielder John Parrett anchored a tight defense to aid pitchers Frank Simpson and Frank Rocchi.

The Giants defeated the Brewers 18-13 in a makeup game. Dave King and replacement player Terry Thibodeau each doubled twice. Defensively, Tim Leitch sparkled at short and replacement player outfielder Nick Garbutt made brilliant catches. Wayne Daniels, Danny Nelson and Frank Simpson played well for the Brewers.

In the late game the A’s climbed into second place in the AL by knocking off the Tigers 17-14.

Vet action resumes on Sunday, August 23 at Copetown at 10 o’clock with the Pirates hosting the Sox.

Vet Cardinals win streak continues with victory over Giants

News Aug 20, 2009 Ancaster News

In Vet Slo-pitch on Sunday, August 16 the Cardinals, Braves, Indians, Sox, Giants and A’s were victorious.

The Cardinals won their fourth in a row by out-slugging the Giants 21-17 as Lloyd Zimmerman, Randy Crispo, Frank Hruska, Phil Scheiding, Dave Dykeman, John Ribbecon, Steve Oulahen, Dom D’Avella, Hank Vipari and Rob Winger swung hot bats.

Outfielder Mike O’Neil made a sensational back pedaling over the head game saving catch in the seventh. Giants’ replacement player Nick Garbutt was perfect in four trips and first sacker Mark Carleton flashed the leather.

The Braves thrashed the Pirates 18-4 to take over first place in the NL behind the solid pitching of Mike Harris and Al Hoar. Reg Sinasac, Brian Carey and Neil Panabaker swung hot bats. Terry Stoltz and Ray Sniuolis turned in stellar defensive performances. Joe Morrison, Ken Dunhill, Rick LaRose, Chuck Paglia and Chris Sergnese hit well for the Bucs. Darryl Ferguson, Bob Love and Bill Dunfield played well defensively.

The Indians hung on to first place in the AL by downing the Orioles 14-7 behind the effective pitching of Ken Boyko and Rob Cavalieri. Rick McKenzie, Brian McKeown, Earl Sutherland, Rolph King, Keith Beaver and Dave Sawatsky, who scored three runs, led the Tribe attack. Dave Weir, Ed Salwach and Paul McKinnie led a stout defense. Ron Brown was perfect in three trips to lead the Orioles while Harry Hill also hit well. Dave Anderson, John Carnahan, Larry Smith and Ron Crawley were sharp defensively.

The Sox continued their late season heroics by downing the Brewers 11-7. Larry Travale, Greg Atkin, Mike Schuster and Bill Tomlinson led the attack while Pat Moulden, Des Dufresne and Bruce Berglund turned in defensive gems to back the crafty hurling of winning pitcher Don French. Dave Harrington and Dan Peace hit well for the Brew Crew. Infielders Wayne Daniels and Kevin Kading and outfielder John Parrett anchored a tight defense to aid pitchers Frank Simpson and Frank Rocchi.

The Giants defeated the Brewers 18-13 in a makeup game. Dave King and replacement player Terry Thibodeau each doubled twice. Defensively, Tim Leitch sparkled at short and replacement player outfielder Nick Garbutt made brilliant catches. Wayne Daniels, Danny Nelson and Frank Simpson played well for the Brewers.

In the late game the A’s climbed into second place in the AL by knocking off the Tigers 17-14.

Vet action resumes on Sunday, August 23 at Copetown at 10 o’clock with the Pirates hosting the Sox.