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Justin Good 2B NY

Good Socks 200th HR

(GAME DATE — June 23, 2020) — New York third baseman Justin “Flamethrower” Good pounded a home run during the Dragons 9-8 loss to Pittsburgh yesterday. Despite the defeat, the long ball was a significant achievement and raised his career home run total to 200.

“Some hitters never live up to the hype,” said his manager. “Justin has definitely lived up to his. He’s hammered the heck out of the ball year after year.” Continue reading “Good Socks 200th HR”

Salazar Twirls Freedom to Shutout Win

(GAME DATE — June 23, 2020) — Washington Freedom pitcher Willie Salazar did his job to perfection today, blanking the Calgary Inferno at Liberty Field. He scattered 5 hits while striking out 6 in the complete game 1-0 shutout win.

“All I did was not allow any runs,” the humble Puerto Rican joked after the game. “I mean, technically, that’s what they pay me to do, right?” Continue reading “Salazar Twirls Freedom to Shutout Win”

Season Possibly Over for Sergio Maestas

(GAME DATE — June 19, 2020) — The season is ending on a bad note for Sergio Maestas, reliever for the Dallas Deputies. It was announced today that he will miss the rest of the season because of injury. Maestas was hurt against the Norfolk Sharks while throwing a pitch. He suffered a partially torn labrum and will be out for at least 4-5 months.

Maestas had just closed out the 5th inning with his team behind 1 run to Norfolk, inducing a Mike Ryba ground into a double play with his first and only pitch of the game, a rare 0.2 inning appearance in which he faced just one batter. Continue reading “Season Possibly Over for Sergio Maestas”

Pratt and Nakanishi Fight, Get Suspended

(GAME DATE — June 8, 2020) — Chris Pratt of St. Petersburg and Kusuo Nakanishi of Washington were the main participants in a recent bench-clearing brawl and today the league handed out its punishment. Pratt will have to miss 5 games for his part in the brawl, while Nakanishi was given 3 games. League officials announced their suspensions today.

Currently Pratt, a two-time all-star, has 8 home runs and a .283 batting average. Continue reading “Pratt and Nakanishi Fight, Get Suspended”

Zong mind Gang 3B Boston

6-Hit Blitz by Gang

(GAME DATE — June 8, 2020) — Boston Brawlers third baseman Zong-ming Gang went 6-for-9 today and paced Boston to a 6-5 victory over the Minneapolis Ravens in a lengthy battle at Twin Cities Stadium.

“Well, that was fun,” Gang said following the game, which lasted 18 innings. Continue reading “6-Hit Blitz by Gang”

Rehab Setback For Craig Gnarly

(GAME DATE — June 5, 2020) — Fans hoping to see Ohio Oxen left fielder Craig Gnarly back in action will have to be a little more patient since Gnarly is expected to miss another one week of action. The player’s rehabilitation has not gone as well as expected. He is recovering from shoulder tendinitis suffered on May 20 and has been listed as day-to-day since then.

Last year, the Oxen left fielder missed 6 weeks of play near the beginning of the season with tendinitis in the same shoulder. Continue reading “Rehab Setback For Craig Gnarly”