Tigers trounce Tribe

News Sep 17, 2009 Ancaster News

In Veteran Slo-pitch action on Sunday, Sept. 13 the Tigers, A’s, Giants, Brewers and Braves were victorious.

The Tigers tuned up for next week’s playoffs by trouncing the AL pennant winning Indians 19-9. Mike Moulden, Mike Gustar and replacement player Tom Creton led the Tigers with four hits each. Luke Haze, Jean- Marc Leclair and Rob Scollard led a solid outfield. Mike Foley and Dave McInnis led an airtight infield to assist pitching ace Mike Gustar, who went the distance. Rob Cavalieri went yard for the Tribe while Matt DiTommaso and Ed Salwach delivered three hits each, and Brian McKeown, Paul McKinnie, Ken Boyko and Rolph King chipped in with two hits each.

The A’s came back from an early 10-run deficit to down the Giants 17-11. Steve Warrick led the A’s with a round tripper and five RBIs while going four for four. John Dudzic legged out an inside-the-park homer and Ken Hockley and Al Fachnie were both perfect in four trips. Bruce Hooker came on in relief of injured pitcher Henry Kirchner and handcuffed the Giants the rest of the way. Infielders Ray D’Andrade and Ron Jeffery flashed the leather. Tim Leitch, Mike Hiltz and Dave Borer all had three hits each for the Giants. First sacker James Elliott turned in defensive fielding gems.

In their second game of the day, the Giants came from behind to knock off the Orioles 18-10. Brian Davies and Marvin Gunderman led the Giants with four hits each while Jim Gaudry delivered three safeties. Mark Edmondson and Tim Leitch pulled off a pair of double-plays to kill Oriole rallies. Kerry Trevaskis led the Orioles with three hits, Larry Smith cracked two doubles, John Winegarden delivered two RBIs and John Carnahan hit well in the clutch. Ron Crowley, Dave Anderson, Jay Howes and Brian Goodram dazzled with the glove.

In their second game of the day, the Orioles were thumped by the Brewers. Dave Harrington, Jack Jung, Danny Nelson, John Parrett and replacement Terry Thibodeau led the hit parade. Frank Rocchi and Bob Harris shared the pitching win.

In their second game of the day, the Brewers lost to the NL pennant winning Braves 15-10. Rick Gunter, Greg Wilson and Scott Mannen led the Braves at the dish. Outfielder Reg Sinasac and infielders Terry Stoltz and Sam Hobbs led a rock-solid defence. Replacement Terry Thibodeau clouted a mammoth round-tripper for the Brew Crew while Jack Jung swung a hot bat. Outfielder John Sullivan sparkled defensively to back the pitching tandem of Bob Harris and Frank Rocchi.

Playoffs start at 10 a. m. at Bob Wade Park on Saturday, Sept. 19 with the Tigers tangling with the A’s.

Tigers trounce Tribe

News Sep 17, 2009 Ancaster News

In Veteran Slo-pitch action on Sunday, Sept. 13 the Tigers, A’s, Giants, Brewers and Braves were victorious.

The Tigers tuned up for next week’s playoffs by trouncing the AL pennant winning Indians 19-9. Mike Moulden, Mike Gustar and replacement player Tom Creton led the Tigers with four hits each. Luke Haze, Jean- Marc Leclair and Rob Scollard led a solid outfield. Mike Foley and Dave McInnis led an airtight infield to assist pitching ace Mike Gustar, who went the distance. Rob Cavalieri went yard for the Tribe while Matt DiTommaso and Ed Salwach delivered three hits each, and Brian McKeown, Paul McKinnie, Ken Boyko and Rolph King chipped in with two hits each.

The A’s came back from an early 10-run deficit to down the Giants 17-11. Steve Warrick led the A’s with a round tripper and five RBIs while going four for four. John Dudzic legged out an inside-the-park homer and Ken Hockley and Al Fachnie were both perfect in four trips. Bruce Hooker came on in relief of injured pitcher Henry Kirchner and handcuffed the Giants the rest of the way. Infielders Ray D’Andrade and Ron Jeffery flashed the leather. Tim Leitch, Mike Hiltz and Dave Borer all had three hits each for the Giants. First sacker James Elliott turned in defensive fielding gems.

In their second game of the day, the Giants came from behind to knock off the Orioles 18-10. Brian Davies and Marvin Gunderman led the Giants with four hits each while Jim Gaudry delivered three safeties. Mark Edmondson and Tim Leitch pulled off a pair of double-plays to kill Oriole rallies. Kerry Trevaskis led the Orioles with three hits, Larry Smith cracked two doubles, John Winegarden delivered two RBIs and John Carnahan hit well in the clutch. Ron Crowley, Dave Anderson, Jay Howes and Brian Goodram dazzled with the glove.

In their second game of the day, the Orioles were thumped by the Brewers. Dave Harrington, Jack Jung, Danny Nelson, John Parrett and replacement Terry Thibodeau led the hit parade. Frank Rocchi and Bob Harris shared the pitching win.

In their second game of the day, the Brewers lost to the NL pennant winning Braves 15-10. Rick Gunter, Greg Wilson and Scott Mannen led the Braves at the dish. Outfielder Reg Sinasac and infielders Terry Stoltz and Sam Hobbs led a rock-solid defence. Replacement Terry Thibodeau clouted a mammoth round-tripper for the Brew Crew while Jack Jung swung a hot bat. Outfielder John Sullivan sparkled defensively to back the pitching tandem of Bob Harris and Frank Rocchi.

Playoffs start at 10 a. m. at Bob Wade Park on Saturday, Sept. 19 with the Tigers tangling with the A’s.

Tigers trounce Tribe

News Sep 17, 2009 Ancaster News

In Veteran Slo-pitch action on Sunday, Sept. 13 the Tigers, A’s, Giants, Brewers and Braves were victorious.

The Tigers tuned up for next week’s playoffs by trouncing the AL pennant winning Indians 19-9. Mike Moulden, Mike Gustar and replacement player Tom Creton led the Tigers with four hits each. Luke Haze, Jean- Marc Leclair and Rob Scollard led a solid outfield. Mike Foley and Dave McInnis led an airtight infield to assist pitching ace Mike Gustar, who went the distance. Rob Cavalieri went yard for the Tribe while Matt DiTommaso and Ed Salwach delivered three hits each, and Brian McKeown, Paul McKinnie, Ken Boyko and Rolph King chipped in with two hits each.

The A’s came back from an early 10-run deficit to down the Giants 17-11. Steve Warrick led the A’s with a round tripper and five RBIs while going four for four. John Dudzic legged out an inside-the-park homer and Ken Hockley and Al Fachnie were both perfect in four trips. Bruce Hooker came on in relief of injured pitcher Henry Kirchner and handcuffed the Giants the rest of the way. Infielders Ray D’Andrade and Ron Jeffery flashed the leather. Tim Leitch, Mike Hiltz and Dave Borer all had three hits each for the Giants. First sacker James Elliott turned in defensive fielding gems.

In their second game of the day, the Giants came from behind to knock off the Orioles 18-10. Brian Davies and Marvin Gunderman led the Giants with four hits each while Jim Gaudry delivered three safeties. Mark Edmondson and Tim Leitch pulled off a pair of double-plays to kill Oriole rallies. Kerry Trevaskis led the Orioles with three hits, Larry Smith cracked two doubles, John Winegarden delivered two RBIs and John Carnahan hit well in the clutch. Ron Crowley, Dave Anderson, Jay Howes and Brian Goodram dazzled with the glove.

In their second game of the day, the Orioles were thumped by the Brewers. Dave Harrington, Jack Jung, Danny Nelson, John Parrett and replacement Terry Thibodeau led the hit parade. Frank Rocchi and Bob Harris shared the pitching win.

In their second game of the day, the Brewers lost to the NL pennant winning Braves 15-10. Rick Gunter, Greg Wilson and Scott Mannen led the Braves at the dish. Outfielder Reg Sinasac and infielders Terry Stoltz and Sam Hobbs led a rock-solid defence. Replacement Terry Thibodeau clouted a mammoth round-tripper for the Brew Crew while Jack Jung swung a hot bat. Outfielder John Sullivan sparkled defensively to back the pitching tandem of Bob Harris and Frank Rocchi.

Playoffs start at 10 a. m. at Bob Wade Park on Saturday, Sept. 19 with the Tigers tangling with the A’s.