In my opinion, you have to think that the Sasquatch simply lost control of the game and the Chiefs took advantage when given the opportunity. Although a devastating loss for the Sasquatch, they have the talent to easily bounce back from this. Dave Tammaro has been absolutely crushing the ball and it’s only a matter of time till Bergamini can get stretched out enough to go the distance. I’m not counting these guys out by any means and wouldn’t be surprised if they eventually come out on top of the Grenade Division.
In the Bones Division, it appears as though the Weemen have arrived. The offense broke out of their year long slump and put some big numbers up on the score sheet. Weemen GM Colin Amidon took the mound in the first game of the night against Tribelife and was stellar, throwing 14 strikeouts, 0 walks and only allowing 2 hits in the game. The Tribe need to continue their pursuit of more solid pitching without the benefit of ace Mike King in the building (That being said they may have found it in their second game of the night with the emergence of Greg “Oh Montbleauuu” Guluzian) The Weemen continued to hit the ball all over the place in their second game of the night against the Butter Tongues. Franchise player Kirk Montbleauuuu took the hill for the first time this season and was solid with 8 strikeouts and only 1 walk. Amidon also managed to throw his hat in the homerun race hitting two 3-run shots. In addition to getting the win, Montbleau has managed to get on base and quietly hit .538 for them. The main reason these games were so important it shows the Weemen have the ability to stop playing down to the competition, which they have got in the habit of since last Winter season. They have the ability to challenge the dominant Nockers team in the Bones Division and its going to be exciting to see them face off again in a few weeks.
Written by Colin Amidon, NEAWL Senior Staff