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Light Blue Blitz had a rough start to the season, going 0-5 and being in 9th place. Some defensive changes were made, and the defense started to gel, and with that, the hitting went from ice cold to red hot. The team went on a 9-2 run to finish the regular season with a 9-7 record, and finished 4th in the standings. Despite the rough start, they also had the most runs scored during the season.

That finish earned a bye in the first week so they only had to play one game, the winner of Royal Blue and Black. Black won due to a forfeit, so on July 22, at 1 pm, Light Blue faced a team that at one point was in 3rd place. Light Blue picked up right where they had left off in the regular season, scoring 19 runs to 11 by Black, to advance to the semifinals on July 29th.

On the 29th, the matchups had 2nd Place Navy Blue playing 3rd Place Red, while 1st place White faced 4th place Light Blue. Red pulled out a come from behind victory to defeat Navy Blue in the first game by one run after shutting down a late game rally by Navy Blue with a dramatic triple play. That set up the game between White and Light Blue to determine who would face Red in the finals. White had won both of the regular season games in the two teams matchups, so were the favorites.

What everyone expected to be a high scoring game started out being a defensive struggle. At the end of 2 innings, the score was 1-1. Over the next 4 innings, Light Blue pecked away and scored 17 more runs to White’s 13 more, leaving it 18-14. The last several innings were again a defensive game, and Light Blue ended up winning 23-16.

After a short rest, Light Blue were the visiting team again. Once again, their defense was strong, limiting Red to 4 runs over the first 4 innings while scoring 9 themselves. Light Blue continued hitting well, adding another 9 runs in the next 5 innings, while Red added another 6, giving Light Blue a 18-14 victory, and the Championship. Not sure if it’s the greatest comeback season ever but it’s gotta rank right up there!

Next season begins in one week!

Playoffs!!! Week 1 of playoffs for the Spring 2023 season is complete. The 3rd and 4th place regular season teams, Red and Light Blue, prevailed in their games against Grey and Black to move to week two’s semifinals on July 29.

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Post Season Party!! We will have our ever popular post game league party at Harbortown Pub after the Championship game on Saturday July 29 around 1:45pm. ALL ARE WELCOME! The Dana league will pay for their delicious pork sliders AND soft drinks and your first beer. Whether you come to the championship game or not you are welcome to join us to celebrate another great season!

Please RSVP to the email about the party so we know how many sliders to order.

The Devils have been doing everything right all season – their only minor blemish was a week seven tie with the Black Squirrels of Darkness. Quality pitching, stellar defense, and a can-do attitude exemplified by manager Mike Allen, has resulted in a 73 run differential after ten games. Only two of the other eight teams even have a positive run differential. Only time will tell if any other team can find a way this season to make those Devils go away!

with sadness, chuck eskins has passed away

Posted by Dave Hunt at Apr 6, 2023 11:11AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Chuck managed the Friars of the Tuesday league and his best ever recruit was Steve Strommen -The Minnesota Monster

A Dana, Chuck was the original sodmaster. He was at the field early and took great pride in maintaining our fields and ensuring it was properly set up.

Chuck was a great pitcher who was not afraid to take a shot and he did. One time he played with a broken arm for several weeks before her finally went to see the doctor.

One of my favorite news articles on this website was the one dated July 21, 2018 where Chuck (then 81) and Sal (then 87) faced off as opposing pictures in a semi-final playoff game. Scroll down in News to find the complete writeup.