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September 17, 2015 ALL STAR SELECTIONS:

 

2015 NWAMSBL All Stars at Arvest Ball Park Sunday, September 20

“541” Team

“632” Team

Coach

Casey Benicosa

Coach

Patrick Taliaferro

Don Prim

Dodgers

Sam Stokes

Cardinals

Charles Fowler

Dodgers

Mat Clark

Cardinals

Greg Travis

Dodgers

Trent Foneville

Cardinals

Jeremy Travis

Dodgers

Kyle Cherry

Cardinals

Eric Exner

Dodgers

Ty Kay

Cardinals

Jim Bob Tackett

Wingnuts

Matt Villines

White Sox

Joe Don Dawes

Wingnuts

Brad Hughes

White Sox

Jody Maher

Wingnuts

Brent Smith

White Sox

Chance Kipness

Wingnuts

Andy Miller

White Sox

Marc DeWeese

Wingnuts

David Smith

White Sox

Corey Campbell

X-Tinct

Taylor Price

Braves

Ryan Paskiewicz

X-Tinct

Eblin Abarca

Braves

Nick Reed

X-Tinct

Dale Gaines

Braves

Spencer Adcock

X-Tinct

LA Aguilar

Braves

Jacob Koch

X-Tinct

Chris Auld

Braves

Keith Wheeler

(Alternate)

Gregg Rollins

(Alternate)

 

 

September 13, 2015 PLAYOFFS

Congratulations to the X-Tinct (1) and the NWA White Sox (3) for advancing to the 2015 NWAMSBL Championship Game at Arvest Ball Park.  The game will be held on Sunday, September 20th at 1:00pmCST.  The NWAMSBL All Star Game will follow immediately. Please encourage your friends and family to attend.  There will be no open concessions, but fans may bring beverages and snacks with them to the park.  The restrooms will be open. 

 

 

25 + Division

White Sox (3) 10 Cardinals (2) 0
Braves (6) 5 White Sox (2) 15
Dodgers (4) 1 X-Tinct (1) 11
Wingnuts (5) 1 Dodgers (4) 3

Dodgers 1  X-Tinct 11

NWA X-Tinct will be heading to the league's Arvest Ballpark Championship after Dodgers fall 11-1 at the hands of NWA X-Tinct during the playoffs.  NWA X-Tinct beat the Dodgers on Sunday 11-1 in six innings.
NWA X-Tinct scored five runs in the sixth on NWA X-Tinct scored in the sixth on a three-run double by Tucker, a three-run double by Tucker, and a two-run double by Jose Cueto.
Cueto racked up three RBIs on two hits for NWA X-Tinct.  Brett Reynolds handled the Dodgers' lineup with ease, racking up six strikeouts. Reynolds allowed one earned run on four hits and no walks over six innings.  The lead stayed with NWA X-Tinct after the first, when it scored two runs on a sacrifice fly by Ryan Paskiewicz and an RBI triple by Eric Smith.  NWA X-Tinct increased its lead with four runs in the fourth. Cueto's deep-fly solo home run got things going. That was followed up by Spencer Adcock's double, bringing home Smith.--X-Tinct

 

White Sox 10  Cardinals 0

Braves 5  White Sox 15

Super day for baseball in the low 70's at game time. Earlier in the season, the Braves gave the White Sox an early test with their overtly young lineup and so for that reason, I pleaded with my team to not look past them to the stacked Cardinals squad with whom we split this season and were outscored by double-digits in our series.  The message was clear as the White Sox plated 6 of the first 7 batters to set the tone.  3 more runs in the second frame and 5 more in the next three completed the scoring.  With that, the offensive highlights were plenty:  Nick Wheeler (1-1, 2R, BB), Matt Villines (1-2, 2R, 2RBI, BB, SB, SAC, K), Dakota Brissey (2-2, 3R, 2B, RBI, BB, HBP), Andy Miller (2-3, R, 2B, SAC, 2RBI), Brad Hughes (2-3, R), Gregg Rollins (1-2, R, HBP), Patrick Taliaferro (1-3, 2B, 3RBI), and Will Smith (2-2, 2R, HBP, SB).  Dakota Brissey gets the win on the mound in his three innings fanning 5 Brave batters with only 2 hits, 3BB, and three ER.  Dustin Wilson gets the save in his three innings of work with a line: 4K, 1ER, 2BB.

So, it was down to the parity game to decide who would get to play one more versus the mighty X-Tinct at Arvest Ball Park for the Championship.  The Cardinals were afforded the bye in round one based on run differential against the White Sox.  But, as discussed, that might have been a slight disadvantage.  Most of our game days have been part of a double-header and it sure seemed that we always played better in the second game...we were game-acclimated, ready and fueled.  Coach Patrick Taliaferro focused the team early by getting the best hitters in the line up and the best defensive line up possible.  We knew the Cardinals would go with pitcher Trent Fonville who stiffled the White Sox hitters in the last meeting.  The Sox bats were still hot from the early game and plated 5 of the first 6 batters not only chasing Fonville from the game, but also making for a pretty difficult lead for the Cardinals to overcome.  Chris Gatling came in to relieve Fonville.  Gatling also had his share of success against the White Sox and that proved true for the next three innings where the Sox couldn't muster another run.  However, in the 5th inning with the score still 5-0, The Sox again plated 5 more runs on Andy Miller's dramatic 3-run home run and Patrick Taliaferro's RBI single scoring the decisive 10th run.  If the White Sox defense could just hold the Cardinals in the bottom of the frame, it would be a very incredulous win and ticket to the Championship game.  That's where game-hero, Matt Villines comes in.  Villines took the rare older-than-25-year-old start and the plan was to ride him as long as his arm would hold up and successes followed.  Villines didn't allow a run or a meaningful hit the entire game.  Despite a few runners in scoring position, it was superb defensive plays by Brad Hughes, Nick Wheeler, and Brent Smith that held them on the paths.  The offense was sparked by:  Andy Miller (2-3, 2R, HR, 4RBI), Dustin Wilson (2-3, 2R, 2RBI, K), Brad Hughes (1-1, 2R, RBI, 2BB), Patrick Taliaferro (2-3, R, RBI, K), Nick Wheeler (0-1, RBI, 2BB, SB), and Matt Villines (0-1, 2R, BB, HBP, SB).--Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox

 

September 9, 2015

 

25 + Division

Wingnuts L Dodgers W

 

August 29-30, 2015

 

25 + Division

White Sox 16 Braves 0
Braves 3 White Sox 12
Dodgers 1 X-Tinct 14
X-Tinct 10 Dodgers 1

White Sox 16  Braves 0

Braves 3  White Sox 12

Beautiful weather for make up games.  The White Sox were not only beat up with a few nagging injuries (two arm contusions, a pulled hamstring, a sprained ankle, a bum shoulder, a hip-flexer, and the other normal pains), but were also missing key ingredients to a competitive lineup.  Missing four of the top 5 hitters on this day as well as missing two guys that can catch and two guys that can pitch.  We decided that since we couldn't catch the Cardinals in the standings no matter what we did, we would just have fun.  We started out short players with just 8 at game start.  Former Diamond Hawg, Austin Williams, who was called on by the Braves to be an extra ended up being an extra for us since they had 12 guys.  We had two guys show late, but Austin was gracious enough to stick around and stay in the lineup.  Turns out that "having fun" was an effective way of being motivated as the Sox jumped out quick scoring 12 runs in the first two innings of the first game to cruise to a shortened 16-0 win.  Dakota Brissey gets the W for the Sox in his 3 innings of work shutting down the Braves with 7 Ks, 1H, 1BB (who was immediately picked off) facing only 11 batters.  Andy Miller cleaned up the final two frames with 4K, 1H (to that same guy).  17 batters faced-11 Ks = W.  Offensive key players:  Brent Smith (2-2, 3R, BB, 2 @ 2B, RBI), Dave Smith (3-3, 3R, 2B, 3RBI), Dustin Wilson (3-3, 2R, 2RBI), Andy Miller (2-2, 2R, BB), Stephen Boudreaux (2-3, 2R, 2RBI).

In game two, the contest was a little tighter with the score 4-3 through 5 innings.  Dustin Wilson pitched well in the first three innings striking out 6 batters giving up three hits and walking only two.  Thanks to some great defense and some clutch relays by Keith Nicholson, the Braves couldn't plate their closest threat.  However, the guys wanted to see the knuckleball from the old man.  In the fourth, Stephen Boudreaux entered the game and got two quick outs on a dribbler to short and a pop up.  The next batter reached on a fly ball that might have been caught had Dave Smith not pulled a hamstring en route.  Two controversial hit batsmen later (55 MPH knucks are usually easy to avoid if you move), and a pair of errors and the Braves plated three runs.  Boudreaux coerced the leadoff hitter to pop out to center to end the threat. Dave Smith came in to relieve in the 5th, but the pulled hamstring limited his outing despite getting two of three outs in his lone inning by K.  Stalwart, Andy Miller, once again gets the save by pitching the last two frames striking out 5 Brave batters. The game ended on a nifty play by Keith Nicholson to Dustin Wilson's fully laid out glove at first...toe affixed to the bag.  Our guest, Austin Williams, quietly led the offense (4-4), followed by Dakota Brissey (3-3, 3R), and Keith Nicholson (2-2, 3R, HBP, BB).--Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox

 

 

The Dodgers fall 10-1 at the hands of NWA X-Tinct
NWA X-Tinct beat the Dodgers on Sunday 10-1 at Bentonville Phillips one in seven innings.
NWA X-Tinct scored five runs in the seventh on an RBI single by Jose Cueto, an RBI single by Ryan Paskiewicz, a sacrifice fly by Jeff Shaw, and a two-run double by Tucker.  Cueto racked up three RBIs on three hits for NWA X-Tinct. Brett Reynolds handled the Dodgers' lineup with ease, racking up 10 strikeouts. Reynolds allowed one earned run, four hits and three walks over seven innings. NWA X-Tinct didn't relinquish the lead after scoring one run in the first inning when it scored on an RBI single by Cueto.  NWA X-Tinct pushed across one run in both the third inning and the fifth. In the third, NWA X-Tinct scored on a fielder's choice, plating Corey Campbell. NWA X-Tinct tacked on another two runs in the fourth. Shaw singled to start the inning.

NWA X-Tinct jumps on the Dodgers early and coasts to 14-1 win
NWA X-Tinct jumped out to an early lead on the Dodgers and captured a 14-1 victory on Sunday at Bentonville Phillips one.  The game was decided quickly as NWA X-Tinct exerted its will early with 14 runs in the first three innings.  An RBI single by Kasey Cooper and an RBI double by Spencer Adcock in the second inning fueled NWA X-Tinct's offense early.  Jose Cueto racked up three RBIs on three hits for NWA X-Tinct. He singled in the first inning and doubled in the third innings.  Nick Reed pitched lights out for NWA X-Tinct. The Dodgers managed just two hits off of Reed, who allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out six during his three innings of work.  NWA X-Tinct tacked on another 12 runs in the third. The inning got off to a hot start when Cueto doubled, scoring Tieler Driscoll. That was followed up by Eric Smith's single, bringing home Cueto.

 

August 26, 2015

 

 

25 + Division

Dodgers

L

Cardinals W

 

August 22-23, 2015

 

25 + Division

Dodgers

PP

Cardinals PP
Cardinals PP Dodgers PP
X-Tinct PP Wingnuts PP
Wingnuts PP X-Tinct PP
Braves PP White Sox PP
White Sox PP Braves PP

 

 

August 15-16, 2015

 

25 + Division

White Sox 5 Dodgers 1
Cardinals L X-Tinct W
Braves L Wingnuts W

 

 

August 8-9, 2015

 

25 + Division

White Sox 8 Cardinals 2
Cardinals 7 White Sox 2
Dodgers 12 Wingnuts 2
Wingnuts 1 Dodgers 15
Braves L X-Tinct W
X-Tinct W Braves L

Early lead gives NWA X-Tinct victory over the Braves, 20-0
NWA X-Tinct jumped out to an early lead on the Braves and captured a 20-0 victory on Sunday at Bentonville Phillips three.  With 20 runs in the first three innings, NWA X-Tinct left no doubt about the eventual outcome.  A two-run error, a two-run error, an RBI single by Jeff Shaw, and a two-run home run by Spencer Adcock in the first inning and an RBI single by Tieler Driscoll, an RBI double by Eric Smith, an RBI single by Ryan Paskiewicz, a sacrifice fly by Josh Vanderpool, a two-run home run by Kasey Cooper, an RBI double by Adcock, and an RBI single by Heath Robinson during the second inning supplied the early offense for NWA X-Tinct.  Adcock racked up three RBIs on two hits for NWA X-Tinct.
The Braves couldn't get anything going as long as Jose Cueto was on the hill. The Braves managed just two hits off of the NWA X-Tinct's pitcher, who allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out four during his three innings of work.  NWA X-Tinct easily handled the Braves pitching as nine hitters combined for 21 hits, 20 RBIs and 14 runs scored.

Early lead gives NWA X-Tinct victory over the Braves, 17-2
NWA X-Tinct jumped out to an early lead on the Braves and captured a 17-2 victory on Sunday at Bentonville Phillips three. The game was decided quickly as NWA X-Tinct exerted its will early with nine runs in the first three innings.  An RBI single by Ryan Paskiewicz and a two-run double by Jeff Shaw in the first inning and an RBI single by Corey Campbell, an RBI double by Heath Robinson, an RBI single by Tieler Driscoll, an RBI double by Jose Cueto, an RBI double by Eric Smith, and an RBI double by Josh Vanderpool during the second inning supplied the early offense for NWA X-Tinct.  Jose Cueto put himself in scoring position with three extra-base hits for NWA X-Tinct. 
The Braves couldn't get anything going so long as Brett Reynolds was on the hill. The Braves managed just three hits off of Reynolds, who allowed one earned run, walked none and struck out five during his four innings of work.  NWA X-Tinct easily handled the Braves pitching as seven hitters combined for 15 hits, 14 RBIs and 10 runs scored.  NWA X-Tinct matched its four-run fourth inning with four more in the fifth. In the fourth, NWA X-Tinct scored on an error, plating Toby.

August 1-2, 2015

 

25 + Division

White Sox 9 X-Tinct 14
X-Tinct 14 White Sox 2
Dodgers W Braves L
Braves L Dodgers W
Wingnuts L Cardinals W
Cardinals L Wingnuts W

NWA X-Tinct jumps on Whitesox early and coasts to 14-3 win
NWA X-Tinct jumped out to an early lead on Whitesox and captured a 14-3 victory on Sunday at Bentonville Phillips one.  The game was decided quickly as NWA X-Tinct exerted its will early with 10 runs in the first three innings.  An RBI single by Corey Campbell during the second inning helped NWA X-Tinct put some runs on the board early.  NWA X-Tinct was led by a flawless day at the dish by Josh Vanderpool, who went 3-3 against Whitesox's pitching. He singled in the second, third, and fifth innings.
Nick Reed was in control on the bump. Whitesox managed just one hit off of Reed, who allowed one earned run, walked one and struck out four during his three innings of work.
NWA X-Tinct increased its lead with nine runs in the third. A single by Heath Robinson ignited the offense scoring Casey Benincosa. That was followed up by Ryan Paskiewicz's double, plating Tieler Driscoll and Jeff Shaw.  NWA X-Tinct tacked on another four runs in the fourth. A clutch passed ball scored Paskiewicz to open the scoring in the frame.

NWA X-Tinct outlast Whitesox in high-scoring affair, 15-9
NWA X-Tinct and Whitesox combine for a 24 run game with NWA X-Tinct eventually winning the offensive battle 15-9 in six innings. The teams also combined for 20 hits, including four extra base hits.
The biggest inning for NWA X-Tinct was the third. Whitesox had no answer as NWA X-Tinct scored eight runs. NWA X-Tinct scored in the third on a two-run home run by Ryan Paskiewicz, an RBI single by Corey Campbell, a two-run double by Casey Benincosa, an RBI single by Tieler Driscoll, and a two-run single by Eric Smith.  The game was back-and-forth heading into the third, with eight lead changes.
NWA X-Tinct easily handled Whitesox pitching as six hitters combined for 14 hits, 13 RBIs and 11 runs scored.  NWA X-Tinct answered Whitesox's top inning with one run of its own in the first. NWA X-Tinct scored on an RBI single by Smith.  It didn't take long for NWA X-Tinct to answer as it scored two runs of its own in the second. NWA X-Tinct scored on a sacrifice fly by Driscoll.  NWA X-Tinct brought home two runs in the fourth inning, and matched that run total in the fifth. In the fourth, NWA X-Tinct scored on a steal of home, plating Campbell.  NWA X-Tinct scored two runs of its own in the fifth. NWA X-Tinct scored on a two-run double by Josh Vanderpool.

 

July 25-26, 2015

 

25 + Division

White Sox 11 Wingnuts 1
Wingnuts 0 White Sox 18
Dodgers L X-Tinct W
X-Tinct W Dodgers L
Braves 1 Cardinals 12
Cardinals 12 Braves 0

Braves 1  Cardinals 12

Cardinals 12  Braves 0

Cardinals and Braves played in a real cooker today in Farmington with temps in the mid-90's, high humidity and a severe heat advisory out. Once again, great starting pitching from Trent Fonville and Chris Gatling, great hitting all the way down the line-up and solid D were too much for the second-year Braves. Cardinals players, family and fans send get well wishes to the Braves spectator injured prior to the doubleheader. Final scores: Cards win Game 1 & 2 by scores of 12-1 & 12-0. - Clay Fecht, Cardinals

 

White Sox 11  Wingnuts 1

Wingnuts 0  White Sox 18

I have been ridiculously busy this season and had not much time to submit my own game reports, but I feel terrible week in and week out that I don't.  I feel like my guys deserve recognition whether they see it posted here or not.  I wouldn't trade any of them for any other player in the league regardless of skill level. They are the reason I keep subjecting myself to the strikes against me continuing to play baseball each season...age, atrophy, loss of strength, eye sight diminishing, drama, etc.  That said, this past weekend was a scorcher for certain.  Although the temperatures were about 91° to 95°, the humidity was almost 100% which created an index of like 800°F.  Having heard of three umpires and two other players going down the previous day, we stayed hydrated, but STILL lost a player to heat stroke. 

In game one, Chris Huebner and David Smith combined for a dandy 3-hit 1-run outing in 5 innings with 5Ks.  Offensive came in droves at times highlighted by 2-3 outings each from Patrick Taliaferro and Stephen Boudreaux with Brad Hughes going 2-2 with an HBP and 2R.  Chris Huebner also added 1-1,2R, HBP, SAC, and RBI in his three plate appearances.  Game two was more of the same with David Smith getting the start after his short innings in game one.  Smith pitched another two with only one hit, no runs, and 3K.  Matt Villines relieved for the next two innings by striking out the three batters faced in the top of the third.  After walking the first batter in the 4th and a rare error at first to get the second batter on, the defense turned pickoff "hidden ball" on the first runner and then picked off Joe Don Dawes at third base on his attempt to retire the threat.  Andy Miller closed out the game by striking out the side in the 5th to end the effort with a 1-hit shutout.  Offensively, there were some fireworks from the Sox especially in the lengthy bottom of the 4th...the Sox plated 10 runners in the frame.  Highlights from the White Sox offense:  Chris Huebner (3-4, HR, 2R, RBI), Brad Hughes (2-2, 3R, 2BB, 3B, RBI), Matt Villines (2-4,2R, 2B, HR, 4RBI), Andy Miller (2-4, R, HR, 3RBI, K), Gregg Rollins (1-1, 2R, 2BB), Will Smith (1-2, R, HR, RBI, K).--Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox

 

July 18-19, 2015

 

25 + Division

White Sox 6 Braves 5
Braves 2 White Sox 25
Wingnuts L X-Tinct W
X-Tinct W Wingnuts L
Dodgers 8 Cardinals 12
Cardinals 19 Dodgers 18

Game 1 Cards 12  Dodgers 8
Game 2 Dodgers 18  Cards 19 (9inn)

was one of the best games of baseball I have ever been a part of. After leading most the game the Dodgers came back to take a 14-11 lead in the top of the 6th. In the bottom of the 6th with 2 outs the umpires, without any warning, declared that time had expired. Backs to the wall the cardinals rallied to tie the ballgame and force extra innings. In the 8th the dodgers scored 4 runs putting the Cardinals backs to the wall again. Again the Cardinals rallied to tie the game and force a 9th inning. In the 9th the Cardinals held the Dodgers and then delivered the walk-off base hit in the bottom of the 9th to win, 19-18!--Keith Wheeler, Cardinals

 

July 11-12, 2015

 

25 + Division

White Sox 5 Dodgers 15
Dodgers 2 White Sox 3
Wingnuts W(f) Braves L(f)
Braves W Wingnuts L
X-Tinct 2 Cardinals 1
Cardinals 4 X-Tinct 6

Cardinals 1  X-Tinct 2

X-Tinct 6  Cardinals 4

Cardinals and X-tinct were in a dogfight yesterday. First game went 8-innings ending in a walk off run by X-tinct, final score 2-1
Game two ended in 7 with a final score of 6-4. Great games all the way around.
Keith Wheeler, Cardinals

 

June 27-28, 2015

 

25 + Division

White Sox 3 Cardinals 13
Cardinals 9 White Sox 12
Dodgers PP Wingnuts PP
Wingnuts PP Dodgers PP
X-Tinct 11 Braves 0
Braves 1 X-Tinct 25

X-Tinct 11  Braves 0

Braves 1  X-Tinct 25

NWA X-Tinct jumped out to an early lead on the Braves and captured an 11-0 victory on Sunday at Lincoln Field one.
With five runs in the first three innings, NWA X-Tinct left no doubt about the eventual outcome.
An RBI single by Eric Smith and an RBI single by Lance Coffman during the first inning fueled NWA X-Tinct's offense early.
Coffman racked up two RBIs on two hits for NWA X-Tinct.
The Braves couldn't get anything going as long as Nick Reed was pitching. Reed held the Braves hitless over three innings, allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out eight.
NWA X-Tinct pushed three runs across in each of the third, fourth and fifth. In the third, NWA X-Tinct scored on a two-run double by Smith, bringing home Tieler Driscoll and Jose Cueto.
NWA X-Tinct increased its lead with three runs in the fifth. A single by Coffman ignited the offense,, scoring Ryan Paskiewicz. That was followed up by Jared Scott's single, bringing home Coffman

Early lead gives NWA X-Tinct victory over the Braves, 25-1
NWA X-Tinct jumped out to an early lead on the Braves and captured a 25-1 victory on Sunday at Lincoln Field one.
Twenty-three runs in the first three innings allowed NWA X-Tinct to put the game away early.
An RBI single by Jose Cueto, an RBI double by Eric Smith, a two-run single by Lance Coffman, a wild pitch, a bases loaded walk by LA, a wild pitch, a wild pitch, an RBI single by Cueto, an RBI single by Smith, and an RBI single by Coffman during the first inning and an error, an RBI single by Casey Benincosa, an RBI single by Tieler Driscoll, an RBI double by Smith, and a walk by Jared Scott in the second inning fueled NWA X-Tinct's offense early.
Cueto racked up five RBIs on four hits for NWA X-Tinct.
Nick Reed baffled the Braves, striking out six batters. Reed allowed no earned runs, three hits and one walk over three innings.
NWA X-Tinct easily handled the Braves pitching as seven hitters combined for 12 hits, 18 RBIs and 18 runs scored.
NWA X-Tinct quickly matched the Braves' strong inning with a six-run inning of its own in the third. NWA X-Tinct scored on a walk by Driscoll, an RBI single by Cueto, a two-run single by Ryan Paskiewicz, and a two-run double by Coffman.

 

June 20-21, 2015

 

25 + Division

White Sox 4 X-Tinct 11
Wingnuts L Cardinals W
Dodgers 18 Braves 8

Dodgers 18  Braves 8

The Dodgers won their first game of the season, 18-8 on Saturday at Phillips Park against the Braves. With only 9 guys, and 5 of them over 50, the Dodgers were happy that they only had a single game in the 90 degree weather. Tim Srader, Troy Steiner, Kurt Palmer, Eric Exner as well as Jeremy and Greg Travis had multiple hits for the Dodgers. Jeremy Travis picked up the win on the mound, pitching to his father, Greg, on Father’s Day weekend. Kurt Palmer, and Tim Srader pitched great in relief, holding the young Braves scoreless the last 3 innings.  Great day, fun time, and we really appreciate the help from both teams to get the field ready to play after the storms Thursday.--Eric Exner, Dodgers

 

White Sox 4  X-Tinct 11

NWA X-Tinct jumped out to an early lead on Whitesox and captured an 11-4 victory on Sunday at Bentonville Phillips three.  Five runs in the first three innings allowed NWA X-Tinct to put the game away early. An RBI single by Jared Scott in the second inning supplied the early offense for NWA X-Tinct.
Ryan Paskiewicz racked up four RBIs on two hits for NWA X-Tinct. He homered in the third inning and singled in the seventh inning.  Nick Reed got the win for NWA X-Tinct. He pitched four shutout innings. Reed struck out six, walked three and gave up three hits.  NWA X-Tinct pushed across four runs in both the third inning and the sixth. In the third, NWA X-Tinct scored on a three-run home run by Paskiewicz, bringing home Jose Cueto and Eric Smith.  Three runs in the top of the fifth helped Whitesox close its deficit to 5-3. An RBI single by Rollins and a two-run double by Will Smith set off Whitesox rally. NWA X-Tinct stopped the rally after Jacob Koch got Villines to fly out.  NWA X-Tinct scored four runs of its own in the sixth. NWA X-Tinct scored on a two-run double by Dillon Kates, an RBI single by Casey Benicosa.
NWA X-Tinct built upon its lead with two runs in the seventh. Paskiewicz kicked things off with a single, bringing home Cueto.--Corey Campbell, X-Tinct

 

June 14, 2015

 

25 + Division

White Sox 12 Wingnuts 6
Wingnuts 2(s) White Sox 9 (s)
Cardinals 14 Braves 2
Braves 2 Cardinals 4
Dodgers PP X-Tinct PP
X-Tinct PP Dodgers PP

 

2015 Standings

Final Playoffs 9-13

 

25+ Division MSBL

Team W L %
NWA X-Tinct (1) 17 0 1.000
NWA White Sox (3) 13 6 0.684
Arkansas Cardinals (2) 11 7 0.611
Bentonville Dodgers (4) 7 9 0.438
NWA Wingnuts (5) 3 11 0.214
Arkansas Braves (6) 1 18 0.053

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