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Players of the Game

Apr 3 - May 4

Danny G

Riff Raff

Best left fielder

Monish S

Underhanded Compliments

Great hitting; great fielding.

Willie G

thugs and kisses

For catching a fly with a great attitude

Joshua H

Balls In!

Great job keeping opposing hitters off-balance

Leigh C

Big Pink

Amazing catch at 2B running with her back to the infield into the OF for the catch... & then doubled

Alexa M

The Syndicate

Held down left side of infield with some "help" from Nate at 3B.

Beth B

Dizzy Bats

Great performance at 2nd

Ned A

Pitch Please

Held it down at SS.

Andrea Vinet - Fearless playing!

Players of the Week

Apr 3 - May 4

Mandy Stelter

Pill Hill Bombers

There's no doubt as to who is the emotional and spiritual leader of the Pill Hill Bombers.. With a win looking inevitable for the bombers, the Ground Ballerz began to mount a furious comeback. They looked like they were on the verge of tying it up in the 5th until Mandy made an incredible play at the plate to end the inning and get the momentum back on the side of the Bombers. Even though she was a little shaken up on the play, she came up to the plate in the bottom part of the inning and calmly knocked in an RBI single to effectively seal the deal.

Freeman Comes Up Big in 11-Run 7th.

We've Got the Runs! - Indy #S1

Heather had had a rough day at the plate on Sunday. That is, until her team REALLY needed her. Seemingly uncomfortable at the plate at times, she stepped into the box with the bases loaded and 2 outs in the 7th inning and her team holding a very slight lead. That's when her never say die attitude paid off. Heather smacked a ball the opposite way for a single that scored 2, increasing the lead and continuing the rally that eventually reached 11 runs and gave We've Got the Runs a 21-14 lead; a lead they held onto for a 21-15 win. Heather said after the hit that she wanted to retire. We hope she doesn't! She's a joy to have out there! Heather had a great attitude, even when getting out in previous at bats, and it was this "Keep on Truckin'" attitude that makes Heather this week's Player of the Week.

Sherri Draws the Big Walk

Milwaukie Lumber

Sherri Hinzmann came to play tonight. By her own admission, it had "been a while" since she played softball. That didn't deter her from giving her best effort and, come her last bat, the determination paid off in coaxing a walk vs the Viking pitcher. A big roar went up from her teammates. The Milwaukie Lumber Company feels like a family out there with the way they support each other and tonight was no exception. Congratulations Sherri and the Milwaukie Lumber Company... you are this week's Player of the Week!

Taylor Torgerson

Taylor has a flare for the dramatic.

In trying to field a ball on Thursday night at Westmoreland Park, Taylor had the unfortunate experience of being struck near the eye with the ball. The ball hit his glasses and left a pretty nasty gash under his eye, probably requiring stitches. I was really impressed with how calm he stayed as he left the field to head for the hospital saying "Hey. It's all part of the game." I think his calmness really put his team at ease and made the best of an unfortunate situation. It's this grace that has made Taylor Torgerson, Week 3's Player of the Week.

Don Majkowski

Pitches be crazy

The game of the day on Sunday featured Big Pink and Pitches be crazy, two quality teams who had the fans on edge from the first pitch. A concession stand run during this game was out of the question...this was a back and forth affair from the first inning, with both teams crushing the ball around Irving Park until the very last at bat. With Big Pink clinging to a 16-15 and two outs in the bottom of the 7th inning, cool-as-ice Don stepped to the plate with two runners on base. Don did what he does best, smashing a 1-1 pitch to deep left center field and propelling his team to a hard-fought 17-16 victory. Don "walk-off" Majkowski...a player teams may be pitching around for the rest of the season.

Kurt Mucha

Fireballz

Kurt did it all in the Fireballz double header on Saturday. Not only was Kurt playing solid defense at third base and making some incredible stops he also had some solid hits throughout the day to help push his team to a victory in the first game. During the second game Kurt brought the same fire making some amazing stops at third base and coming up with some clutch hits to help his team. Although the fireballz fell short of getting there second victory of the day there is no arguing that Kurt had an amazing day on the field. Way to go Kurt!

Nicole Larson

Underhanded Compliments

Underhanded Compliments came ready to play and then some today with a doubleheader scheduled for Sunday. Leading the charge was Nicole Larson, a quiet player by nature whose prowess at the plate propelled her team to two victories and an impressive 51 total team runs scored this afternoon. Her bat spoke loudly all afternoon, with one key hit after another and a fine display of coming through when her team needed her the most. Rumors has it she will be moving up quite a bit in the batting lineup after a stellar afternoon crushing the ball all over Irving Park. Nice work Nicole...stay angry at the plate my friend!

Andrea Bottorff

Riff Raff

This "delicate flower", as her husband calls her, was doing it all on and off the field this weekend. Not only did she have a golden glove out in the field making some great catches, she also had some great hits throughout the day to help lead her team to victory. Even while doing all of this amazing stuff on the field she was able to be a great mom and keep an eye on her daughter and even found some time to take her to the playground. Keep up the good work!

Jennifer Strange

Pitch Please

Spring softball kicked off in fine fashion on a sun-drenched field at Irving Park on Sunday. The 10:30 game between Pitch Please and Pitches be crazy was a coming out party for Jennifer Strange, a five-tool player whose natural ability was on display both on defense and at the plate. Pitches be crazy quickly learned in the first inning left field would be shut down for the game with Jen making a couple of outstanding catches, covering the grass with her sneaky quick closing speed and sure hands with the leather. Jen's knack for finding the open spot in the field while at the plate propelled her team to an impressive offensive display, with baserunners and runs in plenty of supply for the team in purple. A solid middle inning pitching stint sealed the deal that this will be a player to be reckoned with all season long. Nice work Jen...your stellar all-around game will make it difficult for any team to take Pitch Please lightly this season.

Brandon Hill

2 Balls--1 Bat

It is safe to say the Brandon was a little nervous to pitch since it was is first time ever pitching in slow pitch and he had to start of the season with a double header. It in no way looked like it was his first time pitching. Both games he was spot on and got it done on the pitching mound. His pitching helped his team get two wins to start of the season strong and I think it is safe to say that he has now secured the spot as the starting pitcher because he dominated both games. Not only did he pitch two great games he also played great defense and offense. Keep it up Brandon and way to help your team get those first two wins of the season!

 

Summer Co-ed Softball at Rose City Park Sundays

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  • Sport: Softball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6M/4W)
  • Locations: Rose City Park
  • Days of the week: Sunday
  • Starts on : Starts on Sunday, June 5
 

Summer Co-ed Softball at Irving Park Sundays

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  • Sport: Softball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6M/4W)
  • Locations: Irving Park
  • Days of the week: Sunday
  • Starts on : Starts on Sunday, June 5
 

Summer Co-ed Softball at Irving Park Mon/Wed

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  • Sport: Softball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6M/4W)
  • Locations: Irving Park
  • Days of the week: Monday, Wednesday
  • Starts on : Starts on Monday, June 6
 

Summer Co-ed Softball at Alberta Park Mon/Wed

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  • Sport: Softball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6M/4W)
  • Locations: Alberta Park
  • Days of the week: Monday, Wednesday
  • Starts on : Starts on Monday, June 6
 

Summer Co-ed Softball at Alberta Park Tues/Thurs

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  • Sport: Softball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6M/4W)
  • Locations: Alberta Park
  • Days of the week: Tuesday, Thursday
  • Starts on : Starts on Tuesday, June 7
 

Summer Co-ed Softball at Montavilla Park Tues/Thurs

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  • Sport: Softball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6M/4W)
  • Locations: Montavilla Community Center
  • Days of the week: Tuesday, Thursday
  • Starts on : Starts on Tuesday, June 7
 

Summer Co-ed Softball at Gabriel Park Sundays

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  • Sport: Softball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6M/4W)
  • Locations: Gabriel Park field #3
  • Days of the week: Sunday
  • Starts on : Starts on Sunday, June 12
 

Summer Co-ed Softball at Westmoreland Wednesdays

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  • Sport: Softball
  • Format: Co-ed 10's (6 men, 4 women) - Rosters Up to 15 Players
  • Locations: Westmoreland Park
  • Days of the week: Wednesday
  • Starts on : Starts on Wednesday, June 15
 
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