Kids Cuts Tenacious in Ten-Ten Tie
Written by: Whitey Ford's Ghost
Tuesday, May 18, 2004
Kids Cuts roared back from being down by four runs to finish with a tie tonight.
"I've never given a team a nickname before," said Coach Charles, "but I've decided to call these guys the Wolf Pack. They're hungry like wolves, and the whole team plays a part in the game. Sometimes it's the big dawg that makes the big play, and sometimes it's the little dawg."
The bats were booming again tonight. Colin White had a home run, Austin Charles and Michael Armbruster came through with a couple big hits each. Ryan Buck shortened his stride at the plate that led to two long line drives to center field. Kyle Farley and Anthony Digneo continued to be the pride of left handed hitters in the league, both punching three singles each. Kyle has been a consistent go to hitter all season, and Anthony has found his bat at the right time of the season, collecting five hits in the last two games.
Kevin Kennedy, Colin Koos, and Luke Cooper continued their great play in the field, helping to keep Archer-Greiner scoreless in the second, third, and fourth innings. Brandon Farley played well in the infield, in spite of gushing blood from the elbow once again. Jonathan Burkett arrived late, but helped give the team a boost at the plate and in the field.
Luke Majewski returned from a whirlwind trip to Disney World and Vermont, looking tanned, rested, and a tad too stylish in his Ray Bans. The team was thrilled to have him back in the line-up, and chasing down fly balls.
Tonight's hitting MVP goes to Kyle Farley for three key hits in the lead off position.
Tonight's Golden Glove MVP goes to Brandon Farley for tough play in the field.
And as the sun set over the Hartford Crossing Baseball Complex, Coach Charles could be seeing staring up at the rising moon and saying "ARRRRRRRRRRRRRROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!"
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