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Juggernauts at Unhinged Wahoos

Juggs at wahoos, game one carasco vs strasburg, wahoos win easily 11-3 , with a lot of help from juggs trumbo who commits 2 errors of the juggs four errors all costly , in addition trumbo rolls fielding 3 on RP board and gives up a RBI triple to Crawford who also scores. Top of first Strasburg turns back a votto homerun with only a +14 , omen of that game . Game 2 juggs come back and win 5-1 , springer, Orlando and schoop all have solo shots. The latter two back to back with 3 straight rolls of 66s. Duke gets win in relief. Game 3 is one for the record books. Wahoos score 1 in the bottom of 4th Estonia double scores matte after he stole second , in the 5th juggs take lead with Kyle seager 2 run homer his 3rd for juggs already, bottom of 9th Harris comes in for a 123 inning and win for juggs , BUT wait juggs are waved off the field after celebrating manager forgot to mark the score sheet with the wahooos RBI sac fly by arenado the game is actually tied 2-2 wth lol,EXTRA innings , 28 to be exact yes 28 innings !!!! Rodriguez gets the win and wood gets the loss after he pitches 12.1 innings.eaton finally hits a two run homer for wahoos win . It was a crazy game with all kinds of missed scoring opportunities, votto who is a G34 was caught stealing second twice along with two others as the wahoos threw out 4 of 5 base stealers and picked off hermmann on 3rd on an attempted squeeze play in the 19th .I am going to do a complete breakdown of the game later or if I figure it out just send pics of the score sheets lol. Game 1 win wahoos 11/12/1 juggs3/7/4. Game two juggs win 5/6/0 wahoos 1/3/1. Game 3 wahoos win 4/16/1 juggs 2/17/1.

Manager Tim

Juggernauts at Lymebees

Juggernauts traveled to lymebees. For their 3rd series of this period .Juggs start all lefties and bees start all righties. Game 1 happ vs fulmer, the juggs continue to live off the long ball, trumbo solo shot in first , votto 2 run shot in 5th to tie game after hosmer 2 run shot in 3rd for bees 2-1 lead then in 4th upton two run shot bees up 4-2 . After vottos homer ties game , Orlando singles and scores on a huge error by beltre. Juggs never look back and get another homer from schoop who gets two RBI because of a base runner on by cano error . Cano now has more errors than in the real season , happ gets win 8-4. Game 2 sabathia beats the Viking. Juggs win 9-2 Trumbo leads the way 3/4 double (HR turned back) and a grand slam. Game 3 Moore vs hendricks, trumbo had solo shot. Moore pulled after 4.1 ip even tho he only allowed two hits .harris gets a win for taking over for moores mistakes, this was a close game , but belisle is able to close out the bottom of 9th after duke gives up lead off double to Cabrera. Belisle gets save in 2-1 win for juggs.

Manager Tim

Lemonheads at Juggernauts

Juggs at lemon heads, juggs win 2 of 3 , again. All of the juggs new acquisitions performed well . Game 1 wright gets a complete game win , behind an offense that had 16 hits ,7 hrs, kris Davis went 4/5 3hrs and a double , 4rs, 6 RBI , kris had 3 hrs in his first 3 ab.3of the 7 homeruns were converted 2bs,by stailey the losing pitcher.
Kyle seager also had a great debut, going 3/6 with a 2 run homer.final score juggs 18 lemons 3. Game 2 hammel pitches 6 solid innings for the win only run given up off a Nelson Cruz solo shot , Votto delivered a 3 run shot in the first which was the big difference in the game , Tulowitzki also solo shot for juggs . Juggs 5 lemons 1. Game 3 juggs dice finally die , and lemons come out of their dice slump a little.tillman goes a solid 6 and gives up 3 in his loss , Kennedy gets win for lemons . Juggs only run comes from another tulowitki solo shot ,Cruz and Duvall had solo shots for the lemons helping them win 3-1 , juggs had 1 out runners on second and third in top of 8th ,but kang and krush Davis couldn’t bring them in .juggs are very happy with their recent trades . Happ is also on trading block if anyone is interested.

Manager Tim

Speakers vs. Juggernauts

Game 1 – Roughned Odor’s 4th inning 3-run blast gives the Speakers a 4-1 lead. The Juggernauts chip away for a run in both the 6th and 7th to close the gap.

In the bottom of the 8th, the Speakers record 3 doubles (all turned back HRs) to plate another pair of runs. Good thing, too, because Jose Ramirez slugs a solo shot in the 9th for a 6-4 final.

W – Carlos Martinez (4-1); L – Masahiro Tanaka; S – Roberto Osuna (4)

Game 2 – Mookie Betts (3-4, 2 HR #5,6, 3-RBI, 2-R) keeps pace with the Juggernauts, who score 3 candlesticks. After a 1-2-3 top of the 9th, Will Harris comes in to pitch the bottom half in a 3-3 tie.

Kris Bryant greets the +44 power reliever with a long fly ball that results in a walk off HR. Bryant’s 2nd of the season comes at the right time to avoid extra frames and bushed bullpens.

W – Brad Hand (2-0); L – Harris

Game 3 – The Speakers suffer their 5th shutoat in their last 11 games at the hands of David Phelps. Yadier Molina’s solo in the 5th inning records the only run of the game.

W – Phelps; L – David Price (0-2)

Game 4 – The Speakers get back-to-back doubles in the 1st and 2nd innings, plus a 2-out RBI single from Manny Machado for an early 3-1 lead. Buster “Still Hearts Buster” Posey smacks his first homer of the year in the 4th, but then they put away the bats.

The Juggernauts bat around in the 5th for easily the biggest inning of the series for either team. Paolo Orlando’s pinch RBI single in the 6th ices a 6-3 win and series split.

W – Brad Ziegler; L – Chris Archer (0-2)

The Jugs out-hit the Speakers in every game. The Speakers score 13 runs (an improvement over the last eight games) and manage to split.

Juggernauts vs. Shartlesville Browns

The Browns hosted the Juggernauts tonight.

Game 1: Rodon v Carrasco. The Juggs opened the scoring in the 5th as Ramirez led off with a single, Votto walked and Schoop singled to load the bases. With two outs back-to-back singles from Orlando and Springer made it 3-0. In the bottom of the 6th Kyle Seager singled and came around to score on Dozier’s triple. Dozier cut the lead to 3-2 coming into score on a passed ball. Rodon took the loss and Carrasco earned the win while Harris earned a 2 inning save. Juggernauts 3/6/1 Brown 2/4/0

Game 2: Cueto v Sabathia. The Juggs got on the board first once again when Freddy Galvis led off the 3rd with a dinger. Ramirez then doubled and made it 2-0 on Rivera’s RBI single. That would be all the support Sabathia needed as he twirled a complete game 2-hit shutout. The Browns didn’t get their first hit until the 6th and that was followed by a GIDP. Sabathia faced 28 batters in the win. Juggernauts 5/11/0 Browns 0/2/3

Game 3: Tillman v Kershaw. The Browns got their first (and what would turn out to be only) lead of the series when Reyes smacked a solo homer in the 2nd. The Juggs got that run back in the 3rd on a 2-out solo homer from Ramirez. Rivera made it 3-1 with a 2-run shot in the 5th and then a Krush Davis RBI single in the 6th pushed the lead to 4-1. Belt homered in the 8th vs Kershaw. Juggernauts 4/8/1 Browns 2/6/0

Game 3: Lester v Happ. The Juggs pushed across 2 unearned runs vs Lester in the 2nd on a Herrmann sac fly and a Votto RBI single after a Reyes error at short. In the top of the 6th the Browns got two out walks from Dozier and Reyes and tied things up with a double off the bat of Brandon Belt. But the Juggs came right back in the bottom of the 6th; loading the bases with walks to Springer and Ramirez with a K. Davis single in between. Herrmann walked with the sacks full to break the tie and Votto hit a sac fly to right to get the all important insurance run. The Browns threatened in the 8th as C. Seager pinch hit for Reyes and singled. Belt then followed with a single but Fowler struck out in his pinch hitting appearance and K. Seager grounded out. Juggernauts 4/4/1 Browns 2/7/2


The Browns slashed .158/.211/.267, results more like the ’16 Browns than this year’s model.

Through the first 32 games the Browns averaged 5.06 runs per game and 8.75 hits per game. In this series those averages were 1.5 and 4.75.

Facing 3 lefty starters, including a 13 and a 17, Jose Reyes (+18 vs LHP) was 1-9 with the only hit being a 66 HR.

B. Belt was the only hitting star for the Browns going 4-12 with a 2B, HR, 2 BB and collecting 3 of the team’s total 5 RBIs in the series.

The most batters the Browns sent to the plate in 1 inning was 7 in the 6th inning of Game 4. Conversely they had only 3 batters in an inning 22 times out of 36 innings. 61% of the time. Yuck.

This concludes the first period for the Browns who will now take May off for a few well earned vacations. Chances are pretty good I probably won’t want to play again for a few weeks in June either after the bad taste this series left in my mouth.

Manager Tony