Friday, June 29, 2007

Big game tonight

Spirit @ Nashua.

Chris Farley vs. Eiji Yano

Momentum anyone?

NSS 0 1 3 / 0 0 2 / 2 0 4 --- 12
NAS 1 0 0 / 0 0 0 / 0 0 0 --- 1

Bot 1: Luis Rodriguez RBI single makes it 1-0 Nashua

Top 2: Alex Trezza solo HR (4) to LF ties it. He's really in form now.

Top 3: Josue F*ing Lopez of all people actually hits a 2-RBI single, scooring Mike Torres and Darren Blakely... his first runs batted in as a Spirit player, making it 3-1.

Top 3: Carlos Rodriguez RBI single scores Alex Trezza. 4-1 Spirit.

Top 4: Ha-ha... Mr. Japanese Import Number Three is gone already... sucka. In comes Tom Thornton to pitch.

Top 5: Josue Lopez leads off the inning with ANOTHER hit! he has TWO in ONE GAME!... then he is knocked home by Brad Rea who hits an RBI single! 5-1 Spirit. Thornton pulled from the game.

Top 5: Jason Paul in to pitch for Nashua.

Top 5: Gary Roche adds an RBI single of his own, 6-1 North Shore.

Bot 6: With 2 outs and runners on first and second, Derek Drage comes in to pitch for the Spirit... Farley did alright tonight but nothing too dazzling.. he worked his way out of a lot of jams and put the Spirit in position to win.

Top 7: Holy !@$!@#!#@! JOSUE LOPEZ HAS THREE HITS AND NOW THREE RBI!!!!!!!!! A RBI double for Josue!!

Top 7: Angelo Burrows in to pitch for the Pride. Who?..... Spirit add a sac fly, 8-1

Bot 8: McNamara in to pitch for the Spirit.

Top 9: Seriously, the apocalypse is upon us... Josue Lopez has just hit ANOTHER RBI SINGLE for 4 hits and 4 RBI on the night. Seriously??!???!?!??!!!!?!??!?!?!??!?!??!?! Maybe there IS hope!

Top 9: Butch Hobson puts Brian Duplissie on the mound in the 9th...hahaha... wave that white flag, baby! 9-1 Spirit.... Gil Gil adds an RBI single making it 10-1 North Shore... Adam Balkan pinch hits for BJ Weed and will move into his spot in centerfield. 16 hits tonight for the Spirit. Nice.

Top 9: File this under "Insult to Injury": an E-6 allows Balkan to reach and scores the 11th Spirit run. Then Gary Roche adds an RBI groundout- 12-1. Our Nameless Color Commentator does not seem to grasp the concept of 'baseball teams have bad games over the course of a long season' - as if this is some major disaster for Nashua and they should just pack it in and not play the rest of the year.

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