Rob Longiaru took care of this week’s preview for me. He’s a swell guy.
NY standings are crazy tight!! This week features some really important series..
K9’s vs High Rollers
2nd place k9’s (who have been playing awesome of late) vs the 7th place High Rollers. Will K9s be able to hit with the rollers? or can Norris and dweg hold the Kenny’s at bay? this could get the Rollers back in it, or possibly knock them out of the playoffs.
Revs vs Risers
After a 5-0 start for the Risers, they have gone 5-8 since and have realized the playoffs are not set in stone just yet…They look to crawl back into the race vs the 1st place Revolvers. Wiffman looks to continue his great season by facing potential Cy-young winner Anthony DiDio, along with fireballer Rob Hoffman this week.
Snipers vs Widows
The Snipers as of late have not put their best efforts in, and find themselves no longer in a comfortable place. Although in 3rd place as of now, with only 1 game separating 1st and 4th, the Snipers cant take anything lightly. The Widows on the other hand have put together a great last month and find themselves in the middle of the pack, With no Leftyman this week for the Snipers, Lanigan and the widows look to take advantage and jump them in the standings.
Bombers vs Mob
The Bombers, who are on a dreadful 15 game losing streak after starting the season 2-1. It has been a rough season for the bombers who have been undermanned at times, and over matched in others. The bats of Gerard Fitzgerald and Phil Fresiello still impress, but can Phil and Niff put a couple of good starts together to shut down Gongman and Taylor Anderson? Dan Erhardt looks to continue his chase for “most strikeouts on the mound as well as at the plate” title
There you have it. Copy+Paste is a great thing.