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Woodpeckers Baseball - Box Woodpeckers Baseball Box News/Updates Home Roster Schedule Locker Room Availability Fields Blog More Tournaments > 2012 Florida Polls 36-Woodpeckers Lose Their Gloves and Game to Red Barons 14-11 Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers started out as poorly as a team can giving up 7 in the top of the first. But as the Birds always have they fought back and scored 4 themselves in the bottom half of the inning. The only problem was the Woodpeckers just couldn't stop giving up runs. As fast as they would get some runs back the quicker they gave them back, and the key word there is "gave"! The Woodpeckers gave up a season high 14 runs and 8 of them were unearned. "It looked like we had a bunch of Nickels in the field today. I always expect him to make errors in the field but not everyone else. As a matter of fact I think he was the only one that didn't make an error today, (only because he wasn't on the field)." Coach Chappy commented. Scottie Guess who just came off of the I/R was looking like his old self at times and other times was a little rusty. All in all he threw pretty well for the first day back but just got bit by the error bug. Highlights: Doug Anderson and Flea Keeler had 3 hits apiece. Teams also set a record for most foul balls in a game. 35-Woodpeckers Win Big vs. Devils 15-8 Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers jumped out early and it looked like it was going to be a fast shortened game but the Birds wanted to get some work in as the were up 13-0 going into the 5th and decided that they wanted to play a whole game before finally wining 15-8. Word was that Coach P had a dinner appearance that the guys wanted him to miss and made the game go the distance. "Yeah they thought that they were funny but I didn't see anyone laughing after I took their cooler away", Coach P responded. Highlights: Cuj made a rare appearance and had 3 hits along with Jake a 3 hit and 6 RBI show by Jacob. 34-Woodpeckers/Dodgers Games Gets Suspended on First Game of Nickel's Indefinite Suspension 33-Woodpeckers Explode with 10 and Beat Warriors 13-2 to Stay in First Sometimes the ole hidden ball trick works for you and sometimes it works against you as what was proven in this battle for first place. Both teams came into the matchup with only one loss and the Warriors came into the game ready to play and were wining the contest 2-0 going into the third. The Birds looked like they were going to get a couple back as they had the bases loaded with one out but hit into a double play. The next inning Klyz hit a line drive single to right and stole second on the next pitch. After calling timeout the Warriors tried the ole hidden ball trick but time wasn't called back in yet. The Warriors tried to argue the play which got the Woodpeckers' feather ruffled and they proceeded to score 10 that inning and went on to win the game 13-2 in 5. Highlights: 32-Woodpeckers Find an Easy Landing Against the Jets Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers again scored early and often and never looked back as they took an easy one against the Jets. Flea Keeler led the attack with another 3 hit performance and Eddie Sullivan pounded in 4 runs which included a 3 run homer that he still owes a fine for. "It was good to see the boys having fun again but they better get ready for the grueling schedule that is coming up," stated Coach Pacella 31-Woodpeckers Go Extra Innings in Big Win vs. Athletics Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers played their first extra inning affair and came out on top 5-4. The game was a close tightly contested battle the whole game. Reavy who made only his second appearance all year looked tough and went pitch for pitch against the league champions until finally giving way to reliever "E" Ricken in the 6th. The battle went into the 8th with "E" trying to help himself get the "W" drove a ball that looked like it would end the game for a walk off homer but somehow stayed in the park as the right fielder caught it at the wall. The it looked like the game was going to go to the 9th as Massaro lined out, but the Birds had other ideas. With 2 outs and nobody on Serratella and Anderson got back-to-back hits and then a wild pitch put them at second and third. With first base open the A's decided to pitch to Pacella who proceeded to get the walk off hit. "We had a little bit of everything from everyone today, which is what you need to win ball games. Even Massaro contributed today", commented Coach P. Highlights: Flea Keeler and Coach P both had 2 hits and "E" Ricken came in to get a Big needed "W". 30-Woodpeckers Disappoint Crowd with a Big Loss against the Indians The Rooster was having all fun and games until he heard about the Big Loss. There's really not much that you can really say here. The first place team came into the game against a 4-7 Indians squad that had 3 of those victories against a team that has only won one game in the past 3 seasons. The Birds came to the game a little to relaxed as Klyz had the boys rolling with his jokes, Skeeter was reading comics instead getting loose with the team and Rooster even missed the game as he said he wasn't feeling well but was spotted by the Bumper Car Rally. On the other hand the Indians came ready to play! The Indians got off to an early start and the Woodpecker's bats stayed asleep the whole game as they scored a season low 3 runs and losing the game 7-3. Coach Chappy wasn't happy at all. "These guys came here to play games and none of those games had anything to do with baseball. I'm going to have to bring out the fine book!" 29-Woodpeckers Win Big vs. Yankees 15-5 Click on Box Score to Enlarge This was another ugly battle that found the Woodpeckers down 5-1 going to the bottom of the third when the birds exploded with a 7 spot and never looked back. After a long layoff the guys still had cob webs on their gloves and just played awful in the field, including one of the worst defensive performances of the year by Massaro. "I don't know what to do with the Guy", Coach Chappy said when asked about him. "Sometimes you just got to shake your head and laugh". Highlights: Mike Rukujzo hurled a complete game and gave up no earned runs to lead the Peckers to the win over the Yankees. Mike Clarke had three hits while Kevin Klyczek and Andre Madrigal had two hits apiece to lead the Peckers offensively. 28-Woodpeckers Lose Wild One vs. White Sox 14-13 Click on Box Score to Enlarge Well this ball game went back and forth and changed leads often. The White Sox took a page from the Woodpeckers play book and that was to score early and often. After what seemed what was going to be an easy victory for the Sox as they took a 6-0 lead, the Woodpeckers decided to get on the board in the third scoring 5. After that the Woodpeckers took the lead 9-8 and the lead just kept switching sides every inning. The the game got called on time limit in the 6th inning. "This game had a little bit of everything that could go wrong for us", stated Coach P. "We had two very high quality pitchers throwing and all went berserk! I never saw this club give up so many runs! This is one of those games that we just have to throw in the garbage and forget about!" Highlights: The 1-4 hitters, Martinez, Flea, Clark and Seratto had 9 hits, scored 9 runs and had 10 RBI's. 27-Woodpeckers Latch onto Victory Against the Angels Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers looked forward to this game as they were facing their teammate and foe at the same time as Bobby Latch got the start for the Angels. The game started out slow but turned the burners on high and won an easy one against a tough foe. The game started out slow as both teams scored 2 runs in the first and was only 4-3 after 3, when a fluke play in the outfield caused 2 Angels to collide and forced the Angels to lose their best outfielder for the remainder of the game. The Woodpeckers then exploded for 9 runs in the forth and never looked back winning the game 15-3. Highlights: The Woodpeckers exploded for 18 hits including a 4-4 and 3-4 performance by Massaro and Clarke respectively and Timmy Buck when the distance allowing only one earned run. 26-Islanders Give Woodpeckers a Good Battle Before Going Down 6-3 Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers had all that they could handle against a feisty Islanders squad that came to the game determined to make a statement. The Woodpeckers took an early 4-0 lead after 2 innings but Tommy from the Islanders quickly settled down and kept the birds at bay, allowing only 2 more runs the rest of the way in his complete game performance. The Woodpeckers did hold on winning 6-3 but the Islanders had the tying run at the plate when the game ended. These guys can't just sit on leads like they sometimes do commented bothe Coach P and Coach Chappy. And the biggest air head on the team has to be that Massaro character! "Oh can you imagine the lap of luxury the critters that runaround in his head have? Nothing but wide open comfort", said Coach P. Highlights: Henry went 3-3 and Skeeter collected two hits as Donny went 5 innings and only allowing one run to score. 25-Woodpeckers Get Back on Winning Track With 7-4 Victory Over the Royals Click on Box Score to Enlarge The last time these two teams met it wasn't so pretty as the Woodpeckers suffered their biggest lose of the season so far and came up with a 7-4 victory over the highly talented Royals. The Woodpeckers scored 3 quick runs in the first on a bases clearing 3 run double by Chappy and kept in front the rest of the way. Billy Kaz looked great in his second start of the season going all the way and allowing just one earned run. "I Felt pretty good out there but still got to get rid of some of the cob webs", stated Kaz. Coach P quickly added that the cob webs are not in his arm but in his head. Highlights: Clarke went 3-3, Javo had 2 hits and an RBI and Chappy had the big 3 run double. Kaz won his second game of the year and gave up only one earned run. Scotty getting some seeds after coming out of the game in the 6th. Click on Box Score to Enlarge How can you loose a heart breaker by 5 runs you asked and the Woodpeckers had no problem showing just how that could happen. They came into the game with high expectations wanting that 21st win and playing a team that was just 2-4 on the season. "We really hit the ball harder than you'd think in a game that we only scored 2 runs. The biggest disappointment is that we couldn't get the "W" for Scottie", Coach P yelped. Yes Scottie Guess just came off of a suspension and the I/R and pitched 5 1/3 strong innings only giving up one unearned run thru his first 5 innings. He just ran out of juice in the 6th and a hit here and there and before you knew it the Birds were down 7-1. Highlights: Scotty Guess came off of the I/R and looked impressive through the first 5 innings. 23-Woodpecker Beat Dodgers and the Rain 8-2 Click on Box Score to Enlarge The day started off gloomy and rainy and looked like it would be another rain out, except for the new field fends off water better than an egg on a new Teflon pan. The Woodpeckers got off to an early lead and Big Jim had his arsenal working as the Woodpeckers took off to an early 5-0 lead and never looked back. New comer Booby Latchford who is usually on the bump for the birds and quickly showed why he was a high recruit by Coach Pacella going 3-3 in the game. Coach P said "We hit the ball really good today. Jacob, Clarke and Defazio really crushed a couple and I literally walked a half a mile to get one of "D's" foul balls. The only soft spot in the line-up is that 55 character. But hey he hit for the cycle today!" "He did?" I asked and Coach P replied, "Yep he grounded out his first AB, hit a sharp one hop for a double play his next time up and his last time up he lined into a triple play! How's that?!? 3 AB's 6 outs! We only batted in 6 innings today and he made 1/3 of our outs! Do you know anyone that will take him off of my hands?" Highlights: Bobby Latch went 3-3 Jacob had 2 hits including a triple and Big Jim had another good appearance only giving up 2 runs. 22-Woodpeckers Edge Angels 10-8 in a Thriller Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Red Barons and Woodpeckers seem to always have a great battle and this was no exception. The game had all the elements of high drama from the first pitch to the last. The game was loaded with offense by both sides and the lead changed sides a couple of times with the big blow coming in the top of the 6th and 2 outs, John Javorski hit a sky high foul ball that the 3rd baseman couldn't handle. Massaro seeing that Javo was upset at himself called a quick timeout to calm the rookie down. Don't know what he said but on the next pitch Javo hit a towering home run over the left center fence! When Javo was asked what was said to him during that brief timeout he replied, "He said something about the amazement of π and how the number never goes into a repeating decimal pattern, which had me shake my head and get back into hitting mode". The Woodpeckers took the lead into the 7th and the Red Baron came storming back with 2 outs and trailing by 2 runs with the bases loaded they hit a shot down the line that Ricky Malott handeled but fell 3 times trying to scramble to the bag for the force play which barely beat the baserunner and ultimately ended the game. Highlights: Javorski went 3-3 with a 2 run homer. Erik and Henry also had 2 hits a piece. 21-Woodpeckers Win Close Game Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers brought their bats and spikes, just forgot to bring their gloves as they made 6 errors, but somehow still survived 8-6. The Woodpeckers started the game with surprise starter Kevin Wolfe who pitched 3 strong innings but was the victim of some poor defense giving up 3 unearned runs. "I felt good out there and some good movement on the ball, but I ran out of gas after that 55 pitch inning in the 3rd", said Wolfe. "We picked a bad day to not play defense. This is a very talented squad and we are lucky that they gave us a few of those runs back. That was a top notch pitcher they had on the mound", commented Coach P. Highlights: Rica had 3 hits and newcomer Jacob Serrato had his second straight 2 hit night along with 2 hits from Chappy. Tony D got scraped twice by a pitch twice. 20- Woodpeckers Take Off on Jets Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers once again score early and often as they scored 5 in the first and 4 in the second to take a commanding 9-0 lead after 2 innings. Coach Pacella was all smiles as he said, "I can't understand why we play so well against these guys. Lately we have their number as they usually play everyone tough.". Bobby Latch had another fine outing on the bump and made his first out of the season at the plate. When asked why he doesn't bat more often he replied, "Well I really like to hit but it is a lengthy process to get my helmet on and off. Gazoo gave it to me so it has special features, (WOW! And yes he is talking about the Flintstones Gazoo)! The dugout was pretty quiet today as the squad put Klyz on foul balls and Renzie and Scotty were serving a team imposed one game suspension. They apparently had a prank that went wrong and spilled a child's juice box on Coach Pacellas pants. Highlights: Massaro had 3 hits and Henry, Danny, Flea and Defazio each had 2. 19- Battle of the Birds was as advertised Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers brought up 2 of their well touted players from their farm system and they were the starting battery for the Woodpeckers. Billy Kaz was the starting pitcher and Jacob Serrato was the catcher. They looked a little rusty at first as the Orioles took a page from the Woodpeckers play book, and that was to score early. The Orioles started the game with 4 straight hits and led 3-0 after 1/2 inning. The Woodpeckers quickly came back with 2 of their own and trailed 3-2 after 1 inning. Billy Kaz who looked like he was going to leave the game with an ERA of infinity settled down after the first and pitched another 5 strong innings before giving way to save specialist Mark Renzi, who came in with a non-save situation. Renzi retired the sides in the top of the 7th which led to all high drama in the bottom half of the last in a tied ball game. Wolfe led off the inning with a gapper that he legged into a triple. The Orioles walked the next 2 hitters to load the bases and low and behold that brought up Mr. Renzi himself. Renzie swung as hard as he could at the first pitch he saw and crushed an 18 hopper to the second baseman who bobbled it 4 times, threw home and just missed forcing the Wolfeman out at the plate for a Woodpecker victory. When Renzi was asked about his day all he could say was, "Why the hell would they intentionally walk Massaro? He's a buster!". Highlights: Jack Flea went 3-3 and Clarke, Massaro and new comer Jacob all had 2 hits apiece. 18- Woodpeckers Run Run Run and Run Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers had a season high 7 stolen bases and jumped out to a quick 4-0 lead after 2. Starting pitcher Danny Klus was cruising, when in the 4th with 2 outs Danny got hit in the hand with a grounder. It looked pretty painful as Coach Tony P rushed from a laid back position on the bench to sitting on the edge position of the bench. Coach P was so concerned that he even yelled to Danny to ask him if he was alright. Danny nodded and proceeded to not get an out. When newly appointed pitching coach Massaro went to the mound to talk to Donny, Danny threw the ball at Massaro's hand and said let's see you pitch now and went to the dugout to get a Snickers bar. Now losing 5-4 the Woodpeckers brought in Big Jim and scored 3 more runs to win the ball game 7-5. BIG play in the ball game was while trailing by one, Massaro went from 1st to 3rd on a soft single by Erik Ree. "That play seemed to set the tone and was definitely a difference maker", said Klyz. "Instead of it being first and second that made it second and third and took away the double play and for some reason they pulled in their infield. Tony P hit a line shot one hopper to second that normally wood have been a double play went for a run scoring out as Massaro shocked the Giants running on contact and easily scoring". "You look at the guy and he looks slow but the guy can run! I will give him that", said reliever Renzie who came in and got another save. "That guy can flat out make things happen", added Scotty Guess. Highlights: Erik Ree, Flea, Johnny J and Massaro had 2 hits apiece and Woodpeckers had a season high 7 stolen bases led by Flea's record setting 4. 17- Woodpeckers Streak Past Yankees Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers came off of another 10 day hiatus but you wood never know it by their play on the field, beating a tough Yankee squad that usually gives the birds all that they can handle. Rich Capparelli made sure that he was there early to get his games played percentages up and started the ball game. Coach Chappy said, "We were going to start Donny but he's still at the pepper mill so we made alternate plans". The guys again jumped out early and often and in the third inning Donny came running to field. He was running so fast that his pants fell off tripping him up and causing him to cut his lip in the process. The guys seemed to have the game in hand as Capps pitched 4 scoreless innings and Donny entered the game continuing the shutout and also driving a deep fly single that knocked in the slaughter rule runs. "When I hit the ball I knew it was 2 until my pants started to fall down again so I just settled for a single", stated Donny. 16- Woodpeckers Beat Blue Jays to get above .500 in North League Play Click on Box Score to Enlarge Scotty Guess came off the I/R to make his first start of the season. He looked very good through the first 2 but things got a little shaky for him in the third after a couple of hard hits and a bizarre balk where for some reason he decided to juggle 2 baseballs while on the pitching rubber with runners on first and third. The juggling act costed him a run on a called balk. When Scotty was asked how he even got 3 baseballs on the mound while the game was going on he replied, "I have no idea! I got the signal for catcher Clarky and when I realized he gave me the sign to throw my third pitch I looked in my glove and there were 3 baseballs. Since I only have 2 pitches and there were 3 baseballs in my glove I thought I was at the circus again. I'm sure you can all relate!". Don't mean to hurt your feeling Scotty but I really don't think any of us can. But hey you got the W. Highlights: DeValle had 2 hits including a Big double to put the Woodpeckers in front to stay. Erik pitched 3 scoreless innings for the save. 15-Woodpeckers Win Pull One Out in the Last Inning Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers came to the game today with 9 guys that included a hobbled Massaro and fragile Coach Tony P which had to start the game in Right Field until Timmy Buckley came to save him. the birds got some timely hitting and solid pitching but really need to get to the field a little earlier for some defense practice. "We should have had this game in hand but our defense let them back into the game. But I guess that can happen when you have 7 guys out of position", yelled Coach Chappy. The birds seemed to have the game won leading 4-1 in the 6th with 2 outs when their defense fell apart and gave up 3 unearned runs. "These guys have a lot of heart! They never gave up even after that disastrous 6th and came back with 2 in the top of the 7th to get the victory. I might add that the key play was my walk, that was huge", replied Rooster. Highlights: Klyz had 3 hits including a big double while Skeeter, Whitey & Massaro each collected 2 hits a piece. 14-Woodpeckers Lose Close One to Cubs 4-3 Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers came to a very cold Oakton Field missing almost all of their nest. The guys came with only nine but fought hard nearly pulling out a victory against a very hungry Cubs club. The temperature meter read 43 degrees at game time and dipped into the high 30s as the game went along. "Big Jim came out ready to pitch and was on his game as he gave up only 1 earned run and struck out 8. The guys scraped and clawed but we just came up a little short and that Harold killed us going 4-4. We just can't seem to get that guy out!", stated fill-in coach Massaro. Highlights: Flea had 2 hits and Big Jim struck out 8. MVP was Scotty Guess for bringing out the heater! 13-Woodpeckers Wear Down Jets Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers scored 8 in the first and never looked back wining the ball game 14-1. "I think the Jets were a little in awe with our new stadium which I think took away from their play. They are usually a better ball club, especially with their new addition", Stated Coach Tony P. That new addition would be ex-Woodpecker Tony Blanco who went to the Jets in an bizarre off-season move. Highlights: Chappy, Defazio, Rica and Klus all collected 2 hits apiece, while Henry DeValle went the distance giving up only 1 run and getting the "W". 12-Woodpeckers Double-Up on Blue Jays The day started strange as when the team arrived at the field they found someone sleeping in the dugout and that someone happened to be Jaime Izaguirre. Well that helped the catching situation for the day as the coach quickly gave Jaime the gear. The Woodpeckers once again scored early with one in the first and 6 in the second and cruised to a 12-6 victory over the North Blue Jays. The Woodpeckers turned on the offense collecting 16 hits including 3 hits apiece from the Wolfman and Coach Tony P. and Mike Clark hit a blast that is still going for his first homer of the year. Highlights: Wolf and Pacella had 3 hits each and Clarkie homered. Donny pitched 4 strong innings and got the "W". 11-Woodpeckers Shut Down the Rhinos Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers had a reunion of sorts and stuck to their theme of scoring early and often, putting up 6 runs in the first inning and 8 in the second, cruising to a 16-0 victory. "I felt like I was looking at the back of a milk carton when I saw the two Billy's walking into the stadium", stated Coach Tony P. You could hear Billy Guide's knees crack from across the stadium as he got ready to get into his catcher's crouch for the first time this year and Billy Kaz managed to collect his first "W" in nearly a year after returning from a non-sports injury. "It was good to see the 2 Billy's return but with them you never know if this will be a regular occurrence or an once in a season appearance", yelled an exhausted Kevin Klyz. Highlights: Massaro went 3-3 with 3 RBI's & Cuj, Kaz and Renci combined on the shut out. 10-Woodpeckers Notch Another Victory Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers scored early and often winning 11-1 and bringing their 45 Central record to 4-0. Coach Chappy had most of the line up there who collected 13 hits while only giving up 2. Ant Serratella who has been a stranger to the team as of late said, "It felt really good to be out there on the field again. The legs were a little stiff but it definitely felt good. I hope to be out here often again."! Cuj who was asked for comment on the game had a squirrel run by him and just started to chase the poor animal throughout the park, (I think he is still chasing the poor guy when this went into print). Highlights: Klyz, Renc, White and Cuj all had 2 hits each and Klus gave up no hits while earning the "W". 9-Woodpeckers Dodge Bullet Click on Box Score to Enlarge This was a game where everything seemed to be in control and almost blew up in the Woodpeckers' faces. Bobby Latch pitched his second game with his new ball club with even better results going four scoreless innings and only giving up 4 hits and one walk. With a early and commanding lead of 7-0 the Dodgers had the bases loaded with no out and Big Jim on the mound when the Big Guy slipped and fell off of the mound. This must have got the big guy going as he retired the side and didn't allow any runs to score. He braved it out after that with his keyster in pain from the fall he gave up 3 runs but only one was earned. "When I fell I was in a lot of pain and Coach Tone wasn't going to have me go out there and pitch the last 2 innings but I felt that I owed it to my fans to brave it up and go out there", The Big Guy stated. Rica said, When that Big Fella fell down it sounded like an explosion went off. At first I thought the scoreboard accidentally went off". Coach Tone said, "We tried to give this one away but it's still a win! We better play better than this against a hungry Jets team this weekend". Highlights: Henry, Flea, Anderson, Rica, Massaro & Defazio all had 2 hits. Bobby Latch pitch 4 scoreless innings and went 1-1 at the plate. 8-Angels New Name New Look Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Angels of 2014 decided that they needed a new look and logo and decided to become the Red Barons. New name and new look but same pesky ball club. "It's always a battle when these two teams meet" said Flea Keeler. The Woodpeckers once again jumped ahead early 3-1, but fell asleep at the plate as the Red Barons took a 7-1 lead on The Birds. Coach Tone pumped up the team with a speech that only he could understand and the guys battled back with 3 runs in the 6th. The Woodpeckers trailed 7-6 going into the 7th when Flea hit an inside the park round tripper, tying up the ball game! Timmy White then pinch hitted for Clarkie and laced a single. Defazio then hit a single and when Whittie was rounded second and was going to easily make it to 3rd he lost his shoe and returned to second. Then with 2 outs Chappy hit a single that appeared to have been able to score Whittie but he lost another shoe and was thrown out at the plate. The Barons went on to score one in the bottom of the 7th and won 8-7. Highlights: Massaro, Coach Tone and Anderson had 2 hits each and Timmy White bought a new pair of shoes this morning. 7-Woodpeckers Visit Old Foes Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers had their first meeting with the Giants since that exciting Championship Series in 2014 where The Woodpeckers defeated the Giants 3 games to 2 in a 5 game Championship Series. The irony in that series was that Kevin Bay-Anderson, who plays for the Woodpeckers outside of the Roy Hobbs League, pitched against The Woodpeckers in this series and suffered a loss for the Giants but was named The Woodpeckers MVP for the Championship series. Last nights game battled back and forth in the beginning as both teams showed good pitching and defense but the Woodpeckers went on an offensive barrage collecting 20 hits and scoring 13 runs. The final score ended up 13-4 but both teams know that this is just the beginning of some big battles to come! Highlights: Chappy, Javorski and Flea had perfect days at the plate going 3-3, 3-3, and 4-4 respectively. Bobby Latchford pitched his first game for The Woodpeckers and got his first victory and also went 1-1 at the plate. 6-Woodpeckers Turn Up MIA for Showdown with Royals Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers and Royals met again but in a different league. What was expected to be a classic battle turned into a classic beat down. Cuj got the start and looked good after 2 innings giving up 0 runs and letting only one base runner aboard. Cuj thought he was done after 2 innings and was in the stands eating popcorn when the 3rd inning began. Renzie had to usher him back on the mound to start the 3rd but Cuj had a hard time throwing strikes and when he did it was hit hard. He left after only one out was recorded in the 3rd and losing 4-0. Cuj claimed that the ball kept slipping out of his hands as he didn't have time to wash the butter of off his hands. From the 3rd on the only thing that went well was that no one got hurt and Eddie Sullivan only got suspended for one game. Highlights: Eddie Sullivan collected 2 hits. 5-Woodpeckers Win Wild West Showdown Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers again jumped out early scoring 3 in the first but quickly laid back and finding themselves trailing 8-3 in the top of the 5th. Coach Chappy was beat red from the frustration he was experiencing from the lack-luster performance his club was showing. He was screaming at his ball club before they batted in the 5th and what ever he said seemed to work as they scored 4 in the top, giving up one in the bottom half of the inning and started the 6th trailing 9-7. Coach Chappy again got into his players ears and they responded again with a 4 spot in the 6th and another 4 spot in the 7th winning the game 15-9. When Coach Chappy was asked what he was screaming at his players he responded, "I told them that they should trade in their baseball cleats for ballet shoes as they were embarrassing me and the 3 fans that were there to see us". Highlights: Eddie Sullivan, Andre, Klyz, Coach Chappy and Massaro each had two hits with Andre adding 3 RBI's and Big Danny Klus who lost his bat at a pic-nik just last week broke in a new bat with a 5 for 5 performance with 5 RBIs. Greg Klyz gave up 6 runs but none of them were earned. ? 4-Woodpeckers Win Opener in 35 Roy Hobbs Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers again scored early and often. Jumping out to a quick lead they never trailed and picked up their first win of the Roy Hobbs 2015 season 11-1. Kevin Wolfe who made his first pitching performance in 10 years said he was surprised to get the ball. He stated, "I don't even pitch when I play video baseball so when they told me I got the ball for the start, I started to think why the hell did I sign with this ball club. They don't even have a pitcher to throw for them on Opening Day?". What Wolfe's control lacked he made up with his heart as he went 2.1 innings, walking 5 but striking out 3 and giving up no runs. Erik did the rest walking none and only allowing one run to cross the plate. Highlights: Rica, Chappy and new comer Rick Mallott each had 2 hits with Rica and Javorski also knocking in 2 runs each. 3-Woodpeckers Win Easy One 12-0 vs Islanders Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers went 2-0 in the early season of the 45 Central League. They started fast with a 5-0 lead after one inning and continued to add runs winning 3-0. New addition Tim Buckley who made his second straight start was happy to talk to the media afterwards letting them know that he is happy to be with his new ball club. "I remember when I used to watch this ball club on TV all the time and now I can't believe that I'm now playing with the", Tim stated. Highlights: Clarkiw and Klyz both had 2 hits and Klyz also scored 3 runs while Chappy drove in 4. Buckley only gave up 2 hits and Renzie pitched scoreless inning. 2-Woodpeckers Win Opener in 35 North Click on Box Score to Enlarge The Woodpeckers started their inaugural North League season against the 4 time reigning champions. The game started out slow but the the Woodpeckers, with the bottom of the order up put together a big inning in the 3rd and led 5-0 after 3. The woodpeckers pushed across a couple ,more across in the 4th and 5th and led 9-0 going into the last inning. With timely hitting solid pitching and good defense leading the way for the Woodpeckers the whole game, the last inning was another story. Between errors made, mental mistakes and a play that went from a double play to a run scoring thing, the Woodpeckers made every effort to give the game away. Giving up a 7 spot in the last inning they barely held on to win the opener 9-7. Highlights: Coach Tone and Eddie Sullivan led the hitting attack with 2 hits each and Eddie also collecting 3 RBI's. Ace Reavy, Donny and Scotty Guess pitched 5 innings of shut out baseball and Renzie got his first save of the season. 1-Woodpeckers Win Opener in 45 Central Click on Box Score to Enlarge. The Woodpeckers beat the rains and opened the 45's 2015 campaign against a feisty Fighting A's team. The Woodpeckers jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead in the first but found runs hard to come by after that as they tried to work out the kinks from a long hibernating winter. Rooster commented, "It's great to be out of the roost and my knees never felt better". You'd never know that by watching him move around, but he did almost make it all the way to first on a ground out. Rooster was also terribly excited as he found a pack of gum on the ground and shared it with the team. Coach Chappy was happy with the Opening Day victory but said that there's a lot to work on. "The hitting, pitching and fielding was very good for the first game of the season but the base running is still comical". This includes Cuj running past first base on a base hit and continuing to run until he was out of sight. Rumors are that he ran all the way to Never Never Land. Highlights: Massaro and Clarkie had 2 hits each while, Tim Buckley, Donny and Henry pitched 7 innings of shutout baseball. ?

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