The camper vs. pro games at Goodyear Ballpark were awesome. Great times and a great final day of baseball.
The festivities moved to the hotel for the awards banquet tonight. Many special moments and truly a good time was had by all. See today’s Smoke Signals for the award winners, the World Series Game story, and the Post-Season Roundup from Thursday’s action.
Thanks to all who followed the happenings of this exciting fun week. Can’t wait for Reunion Day!
The LCS games Thursday morning saw ESPYS and Washed Up Warriors advance to the World Series Game played under the lights at Goodyear Ballpark. ESPYS captured the championship by a final score of 12-6. The WS game story, final stats and playoff game recaps will appear in today’s edition of Smoke Signals, which will be posted after tonight’s banquet.
The Pro vs. Camper games at Goodyear Ballpark today were fun for everybody. Jaret Wright was the hitting star in blasting two home runs into the bullpen behind the left center field fence. Each shot was about 390′ and walk-off winners.
With the league titles and wild card spots up for grabs, the regular season came down to the final two games.
Washed Up Warriors is in first place in the Legends League with a 4-2 record. They will face 3-3 wild card winner Shockers in the LLCS. Sunset Indians remained undefeated at 6-0. They will face 4-2 wild card winner ESPYS in the Heroes LCS.
Great pitching, clutch hitting, and good defensive plays highlighted the day. Lots of game action under sunny blue skies.
Photo Day is always special. Before today’s game action, group photos and other posed shots were taken.
Regular season action heated up on Tuesday under glorious skies and temperatures in the ’70s.
The Legends League race tightened with Washed Up Warriors and Shockers each posting 2-2 records. Barjacks and Northcoast Flashes are tied at 1-3.
Sunset Indians remains undefeated and is perched atop the Heroes League. ESPYS took two to improve to 3-1. Mohegans at 2-2 is knocking on the Wild Card door when they face ESPYS in Game 6. Degenerates notched their first W to improve to 1-3 and is poised to make a move on Wednesday.
There were many great stories from the Tuesday games. Details will be in Smoke Signals. One to preview is the complete game shutout pitching performance of 77-year old Pete Cibulskas, who walked 2 and struck out 2!