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Bob Homers Twice, Miller Quiets Cookies Bats in 4-2 Questionable Outfit Win

19 Jun

Miller didn’t allow a base runner until the fifth inning, and earned the complete game win after giving up only two runs on three hits

Miller was perfect through four innings and allowed only three total hits, Bob homered twice, and Tom had three doubles as Questionable Outfit beat Cookies & Cream 4-2, taking a four game lead in the EWL standings through six weeks. After being blanked for four innings, Cookies & Cream evened things up before Questionable Outfit pulled away and secured the victory with two runs in the bottom of the fifth.

Miller rolled through the top of the first, retiring Jordan and Guthrie in order, and Questionable would provide run support for him right away in the bottom half of the inning. Tom doubled with one out, and Mike drove him in with an RBI double that made the score 1-0. Cookies’ starter, Guthrie, then retired Miller to end the inning with his squad trailing by a run.

Cookies went down in order in the top of the second. Tom doubled with one out in the bottom half, but Guthrie avoided further damage, retiring Mike to end the inning and strand the runner.

Miller retired his fifth and sixth consecutive batters to start the game in the top of the third, and Questionable added another run to their lead in the bottom of the inning. With one out, Bob launched a solo shot to right, putting Questionable ahead 2-0. Guthrie then retired Tom to end the inning.

Erich and Joey were sent down in order in the top of the fourth, and Miller was flawless through four innings. Guthrie matched him in the bottom of the fourth, sending Rairigh and Miller down consecutively.

After the first eight Cookies batters failed to reach base, Jordan finally broke up Miller’s no hit bid in the top of the fifth, leading off with a double. Two batters later, Erich hit a two-run blast to deep right field, and the game was tied at 2-2. Miller retired Joey to end the inning, and Cookies & Cream had evened things up.

Jordan rounds third as Erich’s fifth inning two-run homer sails over the right field wall. Questionable Outfit and Christian, who was score keeping, watch the ball fly.

It didn’t take long for Questionable Outfit to bounce back. The first batter in the bottom of the fifth, Bob, hit a ball off the fence, and after a series of fielding errors, he rounded the bases for an inside-the-park homer that put Questionable ahead 3-2. Tom followed with a double, and two batters later, Miller hit a one-out RBI single to score Tom and make the score 4-2. Guthrie retired Bob for the second out of the inning, and Cookies would need two in the top of the sixth.

Mike of Questionable Outfit fires a ball to the mound after making a play in left field

Miller retired Jordan to start the inning, and Guthrie followed with a single, putting the tying run at the plate. Miller deliberated intentionally walking Erich, but was overruled by his manager, Bob. Miller pitched to Erich, and got him to fly out to right field for the second out of the inning, ending the game and giving Questionable Outfit the 4-2 victory.

Questionable Outfit moved to 10-2 on the season, and Cookies & Cream dropped to 6-6.

W: Miller (4-2)
L: Guthrie (1-2)

Box Score

Game Notes:
– Miller pitched the complete game win for Questionable Outfit, allowing two runs on three hits in six innings.
– Guthrie took the loss for Cookies & Cream, giving up four runs on seven hits in five innings.
– Bob led Questionable Outfit on offense, going 2-for-4 with two home runs, two runs scored, and two RBI.
– Tom also went 3-for-4 for Questionable, with three doubles and two runs scored.
– Erich, Guthrie, and Jordan each had one hit for Cookies & Cream.

Ham Slams Top Eastbound & Dahn 5-1 with Barrage of Extra-Base Hits

17 Jun

Dustin allowed only one run on four hits, earning the complete game win, and hit a solo homer in the sixth inning.

The Ham Slams beat Eastbound & Dahn 5-1 with eleven base hits, none of which were singles, and set the EWL single-game team record for triples with six. Dustin pitched the complete game win, giving up only one run on four hits, and Dan went 4-for-5 with a double and three triples, which also tied a single-game record.

Christian started for Eastbound & Dahn, and he was effective in the first, retiring Dustin and Dan in order. Dustin allowed a leadoff triple to Nate in the bottom of the first, but Eastbound couldn’t plate a run, as Dustin struck out Christian and retired Kyle to strand the runner, and the game remained scoreless.

The Ham Slams would jump out to a lead in the top of the second. Josh doubled to start the inning, and Steve drove him in with an RBI triple, making the score 1-0. Christian got Dustin to groundout to left, but Steve scored on the play, and the Slams led 2-0. Dan followed with a triple, and Josh hit the third Ham Slams triple of the inning, scoring Dan to push the lead to 3-0. Christian then retired Steve to end the inning, and Eastbound trailed by three.

Dustin rolled through the bottom of the second, retiring BK and Nate in order.

Dan doubled with one out in the top of the third, but Christian stranded the runner, retiring Josh to end the inning.

Dustin continued to control the Eastbound bats in the bottom of the third, retiring his sixth and seventh consecutive batters, Christian and Kyle, and the score remained 3-0.

Steve doubled to start the top of the fourth, but when Dustin grounded out for the first out of the inning, Steve was doubled off in between second and third, ending the inning with no runs scored.

Christian maneuvers his way to the mound to double up Steve of the Ham Slams and end the inning

Dustin retired two more Eastbound batters in the bottom of the fourth, as BK and Nate went down in order, and Dustin had only allowed a hit to the first hitter of the game through four innings.

Dan tripled to lead off the top of the fifth, but the Ham Slams couldn’t drive him in. Christian retired Josh for the first out of the inning and then struck out Steve to strand the runner and the Ham Slams lead held at three runs.

Eastbound would get on the board in the bottom of the fifth when Christian led off the inning with a triple, and Kyle drove him in with an RBI single that cut the score to 5-1. Two batters later Nate singled to put runners on the corner with one out, and Eastbound was threatening. Dustin escaped the jam, striking out Christian to strand two runners and end the inning.

Nate, who led Eastbound with two hits, fires a ball into the mound from the outfield fence

The Ham Slams would add insurance runs in the top of the sixth. Dustin led off the inning with a solo homer, pushing the Ham Slams lead to 4-1. Dan followed with his third triple of the game, tying the EWL single-game record, and he scored when Josh hit an RBI double. Josh was caught in between second and third on the play for the first out of the inning. Steve then tripled, giving the Ham Slams their record-breaking sixth triple of the game, but Christian stranded the runner, retiring Dustin for the second out of the inning.

Dan, who tied the single-game record for triples, with three, scoops up a ground ball in left field

Down 5-1, Eastbound couldn’t rally in the bottom of the sixth. Dustin retired Kyle and BK to end the inning and the game, giving the Ham Slams the victory.

The win moved the Ham Slams to 6-6 on the season, and the loss dropped Eastbound to 2-10.

W: Dustin (3-2)
L: Christian (1-3)

Box Score

Game Notes:
– Dustin pitched the complete game win for the Ham Slams, allowing one run on four hits and striking out two in six innings.
– Christian took the loss for Eastbound in a complete game effort, giving up five runs on eleven hits and striking out one in six innings.
– Dan led the Ham Slams at the plate, going 4-for-5 with a double, three triples, and two runs scored, tying the single-game record for triples.
– Nate led Eastbound & Dahn on offense, going 2-for-4 with a triple and a single.

Erich Cycles, Jordan Pitches Two-Hitter as Cookies & Cream Soar Past Eastbound & Dahn 13-0

16 Jun

Cookies & Cream celebrate at the plate after Erich’s three-run homer in the bottom of the second. Erich had five hits in the game, and hit for the cycle.

Cookies & Cream were firing on all cylinders against Eastbound & Dahn in week 6, as Erich hit for the cycle, Joey contributed six hits, and Jordan pitched a complete game two-hit shutout in a 13-0 win that was never in question. Cookies & Cream jumped ahead early and never looked back, as Eastbound had only two baserunners and did not advance a runner beyond second base.

Jordan got off to a strong start in the top of the first, retiring Nate and Christian in order. BK took the mound for Eastbound & Dahn, and he fell behind early. Jordan double to start the bottom half of the inning, and he moved to third when Guthrie followed with a single. The next batter, Erich, grounded out to right, but Jordan scored on the play to make the score 1-0. Joey then hit an RBI double, scoring Guthrie, and Cookies led 2-0. Jordan doubled for his second hit of the inning, scoring Joey from second, and Cookies & Cream pulled in front 3-0. BK retired Guthrie to end the inning, stranding Joey at second.

Jordan retired the site in order again in the top of the second, sending Helal and BK down. Cookies added to their lead in a big way in the bottom of the second. Erich and Joey each singled to start the inning, and two batters later, Guthrie hit a one-out double, scoring Erich to make the score 4-0. Erich followed with a three-run blast to right, and the homer put Cookies & Cream ahead 7-0. Joey then doubled, and Jordan followed with a two-run shot that made the score 9-0. Guthrie then tripled, but BK avoided further damage, retiring Erich to end the inning after allowing six runs.

BK delivers a pitch to Joey, who went 6-for-7 in the Cookies & Cream win

Down 9-0, Eastbound went down in order yet again in the top of the third, as Jordan retired Nate and Christian. Cookies would balloon their lead further in the bottom of the third. Joey started the inning with a solo shot to left-center, making the score 10-0. BK retired Jordan for the first out of the inning, but Guthrie followed with a double, and he scored on an Erich RBI triple that made the score 11-0. Joey then hit an RBI double, scoring Erich, and the score was 12-0. Jordan then doubled, driving in Joey to push the Cookies & Cream lead to 13-0. BK retired Guthrie to end the inning, and Eastbound were in a big hole through three.

Once again, Jordan sent Eastbound down without a hit in the top of the fourth, retiring Helal and BK, and he was perfect through four innings.

A high resolution photo of the scoresheet as Cookies & Cream stack up runs

After scoring three or more runs in each of the first three innings, Cookies went more quietly in the bottom of the fourth. Erich led off with a double, and after a Joey single, Jordan grounded out, and Joey was doubled up to end the inning with the score remaining 13-0. The double gave Erich the cycle, his second of his rookie season.

Guthrie connects on one of his four hits in the game

Jordan fanned Nate to start the top of the fifth, and he had retired the first nine batters that he had face. Three outs away from a perfect game, Christian spoiled the party, hitting a rolling single down the first base line, becoming Eastbound & Dahn’s first base runner in the game. Eastbound couldn’t take advantage, however, as Helal grounded out to end the inning, stranding the runner.

Erich singled with one out in the bottom of the fifth, but Cookies couldn’t add to their lead, as Joey was retired to end the inning.

BK led off the top of the sixth with a double, Eastbound’s second hit of the game. Jordan preserved the shutout, however, retiring Nate and Christian to strand the runner, ending the inning and the game, as Cookies & Cream won 13-0.

The win moved Cookies & Cream to 6-5 on the year, and the loss dropped Eastbound & Dahn to 2-9.

W: Jordan (3-2)
L: BK (1-4)

Box Score

Game Notes:
– Jordan pitched the complete game win for Cookies & Cream, allowing two hits in a shutout performance, and striking one one, in six innings.
– BK took the loss for Eastbound, giving up thirteen runs on nineteen hits in five innings.
– Erich led Cookies & Cream on offense, going 5-for-7 with two singles, a double, a triple, a homer, three runs scored, five RBI, as he hit for the cycle.
– Joey also went 6-for-7 for Cookies & Cream, with two singles, three doubles, a homer, five runs scored, and three RBI.
– Guthrie also had a strong game for Cookies at the plate, going 4-for-7 with a single, two doubles, a triple, three runs scored, and an RBI.
– Christian and BK had the only two hits for Eastbound.

Bob Hits and Pitches Questionable Outfit Past Ham Slams 8-3

16 Jun

Bob and his defense continue to strand Ham Slams runners, and Bob and his offense put together two big innings, as Questionable Outfit beat the Ham Slams 8-1

Bob pitched a complete game, allowing three runs in six innings, and went 5-for-6 at the plate to lead Questionable Outfit to an 8-3 win over the Ham Slams. Questionable Outfit jumped out to a big lead over the first several innings of the game, and the Ham Slams dug themselves into a hole that they couldn’t climb out of. Dustin had one of his best games of the season in a losing effort, as the Questionable bats and defense were too strong, and Questionable Outfit extended their lead in the EWL standings.

Josh started on the mound for the Ham Slams, and he fell behind early. Bob led off the game with a single, and he moved to second when Tom followed with a single. Josh then got Rairigh to ground out for the first out of the inning, but Bob scored on the play, putting Questionable Outfit ahead 1-0. Miller followed with an RBI double, scoring Tom from second, and Questionable led 2-0. Bob then doubled, scoring Miller, and the score was 3-0. Tom singled for his second hit of the inning, scoring Bob from second, but Tom was caught trying to extend the hit into a double, ending the inning with the score 4-0.

Dan hit a one-out double off Bob in the bottom of the first, but the Ham Slams couldn’t drive him in, as Bob retired Josh for the second out of the inning, stranding the runner.

Josh and Steve converge on a fly ball for the Ham Slams

Josh pulled things together in the top of the second, retiring the Questionable side in order. Dustin doubled with one out in the bottom of the second, but Bob stranded the runner for the second consecutive inning, retiring Dan to end the inning with the score remaining 4-0.

Questionable Outfit would blow the game open in the top of the third, taking a commanding lead. Josh retired Bob to start the inning, but Questionable would pull together a series of hits with one out. Tom singled, and he scored when Mike followed with an RBI triple that made the score 5-0. Miller then hit an RBI double to score Rairigh, and Questionable led 6-0. Bob finished the run by hitting a two-run homer to right-center, putting Questionable Outfit in front 8-0. Josh finally retired Tom to end the inning, and the Ham Slams trailed by eight.

Mike gracefully pulls into third base for an RBI triple that put Questionable Outfit in front 5-0

Bob rolled through the bottom of the third, sending Josh and Steve down consecutively.

Josh matched Bob in the top of the fourth, retiring Mike and Miller in order.

Dustin singled to lead off the bottom of the fourth, but once again the Ham Slams couldn’t cut into the deficit. Bob retired Dan and Josh to strand the runner, and Questionable continued to lead 8-0.

Bob singled to start the top of the fifth, but Josh avoided further damage, getting Tom and Rairigh to each fly out, stranding Bob on base.

The Slams would finally get on the board in the bottom of the fifth. Steve started the inning with a triple, and Dustin drove him in with an RBI single that cut the score to 8-1. Bob would end the rally there, however, as Dan and Josh were sent down, stranding Dustin at first and ending the inning.

Bob doubled with one out in the top of the sixth, but Questionable wouldn’t add to their lead in the final inning, as Josh retired Tom to strand the runner, and the Ham Slams trailed by seven heading into their final at-bat.

Steve led off the bottom of the sixth with a double, and Dustin drove him in with an RBI double that made the score 8-2. Dan followed with a single to put runners on first and third with no outs. Josh hit a towering fly to center, which was caught by Tom, and Dustin tagged up to score on the sacrifice fly, reducing the deficit to 8-3. The Slams were down five with a runner on and one out, but Bob ended things there, getting Steve to fly out to center for the second out, ending the inning and the game.

The win moved Questionable Outfit to 9-2 on the season, and the loss dropped the Ham Slams to 5-6.

W: Bob (4-0)
L: Josh (1-4)

Box Score

Game Notes:
– Bob pitched the complete game win for Questionable Outfit, allowing three runs on eight hits in six innings pitched.
– Josh took the loss for the Ham Slams, giving up eight runs on eleven hits in six innings.
– Bob led Questionable Outfit on offense, going 5-for-6 with two singles, two doubles, a home run, three runs scored, and three RBI.
– Dustin led the Ham Slams at the plate, going 4-for-5 with two singles, two doubles, a run scored, and two RBI.

Dustin and Dan Lead Ham Slams Past Eastbound & Dahn 5-1

13 Jun

Dustin pitched the complete game for the Ham Slams, allowing only one run on four hits.

Dustin was effective on the mound, allowing only one run on four hits, and also homered as the Ham Slams moved into a tie with Cookies & Cream in the standings at the season’s halfway point. Dan also went 3-for-4 to help lead the Ham Slams on offense, with two doubles, a triple, and three runs scored.

Dustin retired the Eastbound side in order in the top of the first, and the opposing pitcher, Nate O, did the same in the bottom half of the inning, sending Dan and Dustin of the Ham Slams down in order.

Eastbound would take the lead in the top of the second when Nate C led off the inning with a double, and two batters later, Nate O drove him in with an RBI double. Dustin retired Christian for the second out of the inning, and Eastbound led 1-0.

Dustin’s second inning two-run homer put the Ham Slams ahead for good

Nate O continued to pitch well in the bottom of the second, retiring Josh and then striking out Steve to end the inning.

Nate C singled to lead off the top of the third and two batters later, when Nat O doubled with one out, Nate C was caught trying to score on the play, ending the inning.

The Ham Slams bounced back in the bottom of the third, taking the lead. Dan started the inning with a double, and Dustin put the Slams ahead with a two-run homer to left-center. Nate O retired the next to Ham Slams hitters, but Eastbound now trailed 2-1.

Dustin rolled through the top of the fourth, sending Christian and Nate C down in order.

The Slams would add to their lead in the bottom of the fourth. Dan led off the inning with a double, and two batters later, Josh hit a two-run homer, and the Slams led 4-1. Steve followed with a triple, but was caught out trying to make the hit an inside-the-park homer, ending the inning.

Dan, who just scooped up a ground ball in left, went 3-for-4 with three extra-base hits to lead the Ham Slams on offense.

Dustin continued to stymie Eastbound, retiring the side in order in the top of the fifth. The Slams would add one additional insurance run in the bottom half of the inning.

Dan started the bottom of the fifth with a triple, and when Dustin grounded out to right for the first out of the inning, Dan scored from third. Nate O then retired Josh for the second out, and Eastbound trailed by four heading into their final at-bat.

Eastbound couldn’t rally in the top of the sixth, as Dustin sent Christian and Nate C down in order, the fifth and sixth consecutive batters that he had retired.

The 5-1 win moved the Ham Slams to 5-5 on the season, tied for second with Cookies & Cream. The loss dropped Eastbound & Dahn to 2-8.

W: Dustin (2-2)
L: Nate O (0-1)

Box Score

Game Notes:
– Dustin pitched the complete game win for the Ham Slams, allowing one run on four hits in six innings.
– Nate O took the loss for Eastbound, giving up five runs on six hits and striking out one in five innings pitched.
– Dan led the Ham Slams at the plate, going 3-for-4 with two doubles, a triple, and three runs scored.
– The Nates led Eastbound & Dahn on offense, each going 2-for-4 with a single and a double. Nate O had the only Eastbound RBI, and Nate C scored the only run.

Bob Leads Questionable Outfit to 7-2 Win Over Cookies & Cream, Extend First Place Lead

13 Jun

Bob retired eleven of the first thirteen Cookies & Cream batters he faced, earning the complete game win for Questionable Outfit. He also had three extra-base hits in the game.

Questionable Outfit tightened their grip on first place in the EWL standings with a 7-2 win over Cookies & Cream in week 5. Bob pitched the complete game win, allowing only two runs on four hits, and also went 3-for-6 with a double, a triple, and a home run. Tom and Miller also homered for Questionable Outfit, and the loss pushed Cookies & Cream back to .500 and into a tie for second with the Ham Slams.

Jordan took the mound for Cookies & Cream, and the very first batter he faced, Bob, blasted a solo homer to right, putting Questionable Outfit ahead 1-0. Jordan wasn’t phased, however, as he then retired Tom and Rairigh to end the inning without allowing further damage.

Bob allowed a one-out double to Guthrie in the bottom of the first, but Cookies couldn’t tie the game, as Erich was retired for the second out of the inning, stranding the runner at second.

Jordan rolled through the top of the second, retiring Miller and Bob in order. Bob matched him in the bottom half of the inning, as he sent down Joey and Jordan consecutively.

Questionable would add a run to their lead in the top of the third. Rairigh doubled with one out, and he scored from second on a Miller RBI single that put Questionable ahead 2-0. Bob followed with a double, putting runners on second and third with one out, but Jordan retired Tom, stranding two runners and ending the inning.

Bob continued to mow through Cookies in the bottom of the third, retiring Guthrie and Erich in order.

Jordan pitched another solid frame in the top of the fourth, retiring Rairigh and Miller consecutively. Bob did the same in the bottom of the fourth, retiring Joey and Jordan, making it eight out of the first nine hitters that he had faced.

Up 2-0, Questionable added another insurance run in the top of the fifth. With one out, Tom crushed a solo homer to left, and Questionable had pulled ahead 3-0. Jordan then retired Rairigh to end the inning.

Rairigh makes a leaping catch in left field. He had seven putouts in addition to two doubles and two runs scored.

Erich would single with one out in the bottom of the fifth, but Cookies couldn’t advance him, as Bob retired Joey to strand the runner at first and end the inning.

Up 3-0, Questionable would take a commanding lead in the top of the sixth. Bob tripled with one out, and he scored when Tom followed with an RBI double, making the score 4-0. Rairigh then doubled to score Tom, and Questionable led 5-0. Miller followed with a two-run home run, and Questionable had pulled ahead 7-0. Jordan ended the inning by retiring Bob, and Cookies trailed by seven runs heading into their final at-bat.

Cookies had only reached base safely twice through the first five innings, but they showed some life in the bottom of the sixth. Guthrie homered with one out to make the score 7-1, and Erich followed with a solo shot, so that the back-to-back homers had cut the Questionable lead to 7-2. The rally would end short of a miracle, however, as Bob buckled down, retiring Joey for the second out of the inning, ending the game.

The win moved Questionable Outfit to 8-2 on the year, and the loss dropped Cookies & Cream to 5-5.

W: Bob (3-0)
L: Jordan (2-2)

Box Score

Game Notes:
– Bob pitched the complete game win for Questionable Outfit, allowing two runs on four hits in six innings.
– Jordan earned the loss for Cookies & Cream, giving up seven runs on nine hits in six innings.
– Bob led Questionable Outfit at the plate, going 3-for-6 with a double, a triple, a home run, two runs scored, and an RBI.
– Guthrie led Cookies & Cream on offense, going 2-for-4 with a double, a home run, a run scored, and an RBI.

Miller Throws Three-Hitter and Homers Twice as Questionable Outfit Roll Eastbound & Dahn 11-1

12 Jun

Questionable Outfit celebrate at home after one of Miller’s two homers against Eastbound & Dahn

Miller allowed only three hits in a complete game win, and also went 3-for-6 with two homers and five RBI to lead Questionable Outfit to an easy victory over Eastbound & Dahn. Bob and Rairigh each added five hits, and Tom had three extra-base hits and drove him four runs as all four Questionable Outfit players turned in big games on offense.

Miller rolled through the top of the first inning, retiring Nate O and Christian in order. The Questionable offense scored big in the bottom of the first, giving Miller all of the run support that he would need.

Bob led off the bottom half of the inning with a single, and Tom immediately put Questionable Outfit ahead with a two-run blast to left off Eastbound & Dahn’s starter, Christian. Mike followed with a single, and although Miller then lined out for the first out of the inning, a series of throwing errors allowed Mike to score on the play, making the score 3-0. Bob then hit a solo homer, putting Questionable ahead 4-0. Christian finally escaped the inning, retiring Tom, who grounded out to left for the second out of the inning.

Miller retired Nate C and Stove (filling in for Eastbound) to make quick work in the top of the second.

Rairigh led off the bottom of the second with a double, but Christian avoided further damage, retiring Miller and Bob to end the inning and strand the runner.

Christian gets up close and personal with a running catch from the mound

Miller retired Nate O and Christian in the top of the third, and he had retired the first six batters of the game without allowing a hit.

Christian matched him in the bottom of the third, sending Tom and Rairigh down in order, and the score remained 4-0.

Eastbound would get their first hit in the top of the fourth, and they also got on the board. Stove doubled with one out, and Nate O drove him in with an RBI single, cutting the deficit to 4-1. Miller then retired Christian to end the inning.

Questionable immediately made up the run differential in the bottom of the fourth. Miller led off the inning with a solo shot to right-center, making the score 5-1. Bob followed with a single, but was caught trying to extend the hit into a double, making the first out of the inning. Tom then doubled, and he scored from second when Rairigh hit an RBI double to make the score 6-1. Miller then tripled, scoring Rairigh, and Questionable led 7-1. For the second consecutive time in the inning, Bob would single, but was pegged out by Nate trying to extend the hit into a double. Eastbound had become the first team in years to record two outfield assists in one inning.

Bob shows his versatility in the field, scooping up a groundball with two hands and making a running catch

Miller got back into a groove in the top of the fifth, retiring Nate C and Stove in order. He’d get more insurance runs from his offense in the bottom of the inning.

Rairigh tripled with one out, and Miller followed with his second homer of the game, a two-run shot that put Questionable Outfit ahead 9-1. Bob then doubled, and he scored from second on a Tom RBI double that made the score 10-1. Mike followed with an RBI double to score Tom, and Questionable led by ten runs. Christian retired Miller for the second out of the inning, and Questionable led 11-1 heading into the final frame.

Nate O led off the top of the sixth with a shot off the wall, but when he tried to make the hit an inside-the-park home run, Tom fired the ball into the mound, catching Nate between third and home for the first out of the inning. Miller then retired Christian for the second out, ending the inning and the game, as Questionable Outfit held on to win 11-1.

The win moved Questionable Outfit to 7-2 on the season, and the loss dropped Eastbound & Dahn to 2-7.

W: Miller (3-2)
L: Christian (1-3)