South Oakland Ducks of the North Side (5-5)
Cranberry Crusaders (5-5)
Cranberry: Germani (1-1, 12 K, ERA: 3.13)
Ducks: Welsh (1-1, 26 K, ERA: 2.95)
The Ducks open a two-game series against Cranberry tonight in Spring Hill. South Oakland needs a win to keep within striking distance of what is shaping up to be an exciting pennant race.
If you haven’t already, go vote for Player of the Decade at Cranberry’s blog. Andy does good work over there. He was an actual journalist once.
Everyone is really even this year. The Eagles have lost a couple tough games, too, or it could be even tighter.
It will be interesting to see how the first place Oilers fare when they get a bunch of games in a week. How they handle their games in hand will determine a lot. So far they’ve only lost to us and Cranberry.
Bandidos and Devils played a scorcher last night. At the halfway point of the season, Bandidos CF, Eric Friend is making a strong case for Double A MVP. He’s putting up Dustin Winston type numbers.
2020 has had an old school PGH NABA feel to it. Maybe I’m just overly nostalgic and more appreciative of this season after being stuck in my house all spring. There are all-time stats floating around, and all-decade teams. Moore Park is back in the rotation, the Carrick’s ace took a couple teammates to the Devils, and the heart and soul of the Black Sox is playing in South Oakland. All the games feel more important. I think there’s a different vibe this season. I hope we all get through it safely.
We need to make a pushThis two game series against Cranberry is big, especially if it comes down to tie-breakers at the end of the year.
We always play well at the Duck Pond. Springview is in the best shape of her life.
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