Questionable Outfit, led by Reilly’s Four Homers, Top Ham Slams in 17-6 Romp

25 May
Reilly went 6-for-8 at the plate with 4 homers to lead Questionable Outfit in a historic offensive performance against the Ham Slams

Reilly went 6-for-8 at the plate with 4 homers to lead Questionable Outfit in a historic offensive performance against the Ham Slams

Questionable Outfit continued to dominate their opponents, hitting a combined 10 homers as Bob hit for the cycle in his second consecutive game, as they moved to 4-0 with a 17-6 victory over the Ham Slams.

Mike started for Questionable, and he pitched a perfect frame in the top of the first.

The Ham Slams started Charlie on the mound, and he got into trouble immediately in the bottom of the first. Reilly homered to start the game, putting Questionable ahead 1-0. Bob tripled and scored on a Tom double, making the score 2-0. Mike provided his own run support with a two-run bomb, and Questionable was ahead 4-0 through one.

The Slams got on the board in the top of the second when Adam led off the inning with a solo homer. Reilly stopped the damage there, and Questionable led 4-1.

Charlie got the axe after only one inning, as the Slams turned to their bullpen and brought Josh to the mound. He was crushed immediately, putting the Slams in a hole they couldn’t recover from.

Tom led off the bottom of the second with a triple, and he scored when Mike followed with a double, making the score 5-1. Reilly hit an RBI single to score Tom, pushing the score to 6-1, and after Bob doubled, Tom hit a three-run bomb to clear the bases, making the score 9-1. Josh retired Mike, but Reilly followed with a solo-shot to extend the lead to 10-1. Bob singled, and Tom hit his second homer of the inning to make the score 12-1. Tom’s homer was the first of five consecutive homers for Questionable Outfit, a new EWL record. After Tom’s two-run blast, Mike, Reilly, Bob, and Tom, again, hit homers to make the score 16-1. Tom had hit an EWL record three homers in one inning, Questionable had hit 8 homers in the inning, and they had scored 12 runs on 12 hits. The Slams intentionally walked Mike to disrupt the home run streak, and Josh retired Reilly to end the historic inning.

The Slams tried to make the game respectable in the top of the third, putting a few runs on the board. Tim doubled to lead off the inning and moved to third on an Adam single. Dan followed with a single, driving in both runners to make the score 16-3, but the rally ended there.

Josh was removed from the mound after the disastrous second inning, and Tim made his first career pitching appears, retiring the side without allowing a run in the bottom of the third.

Both pitchers were perfect in the fourth, and the score remained 16-3.

The Slams would add a few more int he top of the fifth. Josh hit a one-out double, and Tim followed with a two-run homer, cutting the score to 16-5.

Questionable extended the lead in the bottom of the fifth, when Reilly hit a one-out solo homer, his fourth blast of the game, to make the score 17-5.

Dan led off the inning with a single in the top of the sixth, and moved from first-to-third on a Steve double. Josh grounded out for the first out of the inning, and Dan scored on the play to make the score 17-6. Mike then fanned Tim for the second out of the inning, ending the game and giving Questionable Outfit win.

Questionable Outfit moved to 4-0 on the year, while the Ham Slams dropped to 0-4.

W: Mike (2-0)
L: Charlie (0-4)

Box Score

Game Notes:

– Mike pitched the complete game win for Questionable Outfit, allowing 6 runs on 11 hits in 6 innings.
– Charlie took the loss for the Ham Slams in only one inning, giving up 4 runs on 4 hits. Josh pitched one inning of relief, allowing 12 runs on 12 hits with a walk. Tim also pitched 3 innings out of the bullpen, allowing 1 earned run on 4 hits.
– Bob hit for the cycle for the second consecutive game, going 6-for-8 with 2 singles, 2 doubles, a triple, a home run, 4 runs scored, and an RBI.
– Reilly led Questionable, going 6-for-8 with a single, a double, 4 homers, 5 runs scored, and 5 RBI.
– Tom also had a big game at the plate, going 5-for-8 with a double, a triple, 3 homers, 5 runs scored, and 7 RBI.
Tim led the Ham Slams on offense, going 3-for-5 with a single, a double, a home run, 2 runs scored, 2 RBI, and a strikeout.

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