1999-07-29 / Sports

Waldehim Report On Softball

Due to an increased and incredibly hectic schedule I was unable to attend all/any games this weekend. Thanks to everyone who brought me up to date regarding game outcomes and also to Dicko who offered to put the standings in his piece, I guess material must be wearing thin over at Alternative headquarters.

An apology to Mr. Bobby Regan, who says that I ignored him a few weeks back. I never saw you Bobby, be sure I will be on the lookout. Next week I will try to include a picture, so not to confuse readers of my identity. This revelation could prove to be more of a curse than a blessing.

This week the Mudsharks swept Bryan's Auto, while Grassy's split with the Daggers. The Brewers split with the Roundballs and the Cardinals got a mandatory split with the now defunct Wolverines.

The Orioles lost two to the Bombers. In game one the Orioles suffered a 14-10 defeat, followed by another loss, 17-2. Colm Neilson, Mike Brenner and Pete Torres went back-to-back-back homeruns.

The Assassins were victorious, by default, scheduled to play the Publicans. No other info was available and I would appreciate if each team would elect a representative to come forward and email me results the evening/day after the games are played.

On Friday night, On the Waterfront will be having eighties night with DJ Teddy.

By the way, yes I did see the Mets in their intergalactic clown suits on Tuesday night and all fashion flaws aside, I still love my New York Mets! The standings are in for Division one teams but I could not include Division two because some results were not available.

Division 1

Team: W L PCT GB

Mudsharks 18 2 .900 0

Assassins 11 7 .610 6

Muggers 11 8 .580 6.5

Daggers 10 8 .560 7

Rockies 8 11 .420 9.5

Bryan's Auto 7 13 .350 11

Publicans 2 18 .100 16

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