Ross Emerson League Spring 2018


Standings July 12

W L T Pts
Senators 34 2 2 70
Good Sports 22 18 0 44
Warriors 20 17 1 41
Patriots 19 20 1 39
Rebels 9 27 2 18
Bombers 8 28 2 18





Patriots sweep the Warriors.  First Game 16-10, Second Game 9-3.

Senators take two from the Good Sports. In game one the Senators played flawless defense in winning 13-0. In game two, the Good Sports held a 5-3 lead after 3 innings, but the Senators scored 8 runs in the next two innings while holding the Good Sports scoreless, final score 11-5.

Rebels and Bombers split. Rebels won the first game: 14-10. Bombers take second game in a close one: 8-7.


Warriors split with Senators. The Warriors, who always seem to give the Senators fits, did just that by knocking them from the ranks of the unbeaten. The first game, rather uneventful went to the Senators, but the second game created a great deal of excitement as the Warriors, behind 15-14, scored 2 runs in the bottom of the seventh on a game ending shot to the fence by Dick Shepherd to win 16-15.

Good Sports split with Rebels.

Bombers sweep Patriots. The Bombers back to back wins together in winning two very close games against the Patriots: 10 – 9 and 9 – 6. In game one, the Bombers, behind going into the bottom of inning 6, scored 4 in the seventh. In game two, the Bombers were ahead until the Patriots tied the score at 6 – 6 in the bottom of the sixth. The Patriots than scored go-ahead runs in the top of the seventh and held the Patriots scoreless in the bottom half to a 9-6 victory.


Senators take 2 from Patriots. It appears the Patriots always save their best performances for the Senators and today was no exception. The Senators could not pull away from the Patriots as they matched the Senators run for run, inning after inning. The Senators, however, were able to close out both games in the final innings, winning 2 very close ones 16-14 and 11-10

Rebels and Warriors split. The Rebels fresh off a 1 run loss and a tie to the league leading Senators surged from a 9-1 deficit to capture the first game 12 – 11 giving hurler Alan Shevitz his first win of the season. In the twin bill, The Warriors held off a charging Rebel team to win 12-9.

Good Sports and Bombers split.


Rebels tie Senators 16-16, than lose heartbreaker 11-10. The Rebels gave the Senators all they could handle in both ends of this exciting twin bill. In the first stanza, the Senators, down 16-14 in the 7th, tied the score and had to hold the Rebels in the bottom half with the winning run on base to secure the tie. In the nightcap, once again, the Rebels had the Senators on their heels. Behind most of the game, the Senators took the lead moving into the final inning.

Warriors win twice. Warriors beat the Bombers 17-2 and 14-2 in two five inning games.

Good Sports and Patriots. The Good Sports are uncharacteristically splitting doubleheaders these days. Today was no exception, splitting with the Patriots. After winning the first game 10-3, than losing in game two 7- 6. Trailing 6-2 in the top half of the final inning, the Pats rallied in the bottom of the 5th to score 5 runs and holding off the Good Sports for a 7-6 victory.


Good Sports/Warriors Split. In 2 lopsided victories the Good Sports and Warriors split. The score stood10-8 pro Good Sports after 4 complete, the Warriors were held scoreless in the top of the 5th. Good Sports rallied for 5 runs in the bottom of the frame to take a 7-run lead. Final score was 16-8. The second game was all Warriors, scoring 5 runs in each of the first 4 innings and thrashing the Good Sports 20-4.

Patriots win a pair. The Patriots pulled out a barn burner with the Rebels in the first game 12-11. Game 2 the Patriots pulled away, 12-7

Senators take 2. Senators continue on a winning streak by dismissing the Bombers.


The Senators sweep the Good Sports 16-13 and 16-9. Shortstop Tony Only was called upon to pitch a doubleheader as both Senators pitchers were absent. Behind outstanding infield play by Belford, Riggs, Coldren and superb hitting by the majority of the team from top to bottom, the Senators held onto a 3 run lead after the Good Sports erased an 11 run deficit with the tying run at the plate in the 7th inning in game 1. In game 2 the bats of Lance Hoboy, Nick Fleischer and Henry (PEPCO) Hom became alive as the Senators cruised 16-9

Rebels and Bombers split, with the Rebels winning a close one in the 1st game 12-10, with the Bombers returning the favor by winning the second 12-1.

Patriots take 2 from Warriors 14-11 and 14-6.


The Senators sweep the Rebels 20-4 and 19-12. Bombers took 2 close games from the Warriors, 15-13 and 11-8. It was a reported slugfest by both teams.
Patriots split with Good Sports. Good Sports win the opener 14-8, but lose the second game 12-7.


Playing their best games so far in this young season, the Good Sports win two from the Warriors 15-3 (5 innings) and 20-9. Billy Clark and Al Jackson both pitched outstanding games, while Good Sports Jim Booth led the attack with a perfect 6-6, including a double and a triple. All 16 players in the lineup got at least 1 hit. The second game was close for 6 innings, with the GS’s in the lead 10-9, but with one on and one out in the top of the seventh 11 batters in succession reached base. Everyone in the lineup batted in the 7th inning, doubling their run total to 20

Patriots win two over Rebels 13-8 and 19-14

In two very close games the Senators beat the Bombers 9-4 in game one, while the Bombers erased a 5 run Senators lead in the bottom of the 7th to tie the second game 16-16.


The Warriors swept the Rebels in two close ones 16-15 and 15 – 11. Good Sports sweep the Bombers, 15-3 and 7-2. The Senators beat the Patriots twice.


The Senators topped the Warriors 22-21 in a pitchers duel in game one and 15-5 in game two. The Patriots and the Bombers split. Patriots take the fist game 11-6, with the Bombers coming back to win the second 14-8. Rebels upend Good Sports 11-6 in game one. Good Sports take game two 14-8.