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18+ Open Divison MABL

Team W L %
Fort Smith Cardinals 11 5 0.688
NWA Pirates 10 6 0.643
Elkins Dodgers 10 6 0.643
Fayetteville Marlins 8 6 0.571
Rogers/Lowell White Sox 9 7 0.563
NWA Cubs 7 9 0.438
Arkansas Braves 1 17 0.055

25+ Division MSBL

Team W L %
Bentonville Dodgers 12 2 0.857
Siloam Springs RedBirds 9 4 0.692
FPEC Tigers 8 6 0.571
Fayetteville Yankees 4 9 0.308
Carnall Hall Cardinals 0 10 0.000

August 29-30th

White Sox 17  Braves 2
Braves 6  White Sox 10

 

August 22-23rd

White Sox 3  Pirates 8
Pirates 8 White Sox 16

 

August 15-16th

White Sox 2  Central Arkansas Indians 6

Fort Smith Cardinals 5  White Sox 4

OKC Outlaws 16  White Sox 0
 

August 8-9th

White Sox 5  Marlins 7

Marlins 13  White Sox 5

 

August 1-2nd

White Sox 16  Dodgers 0

Dodgers 8  White Sox 23

I had driven 16 hours back from Destin, FL, to get to the game because I was worried about the White Sox having enough guys on another perfect day for baseball.  Knowing we would have 4 guys out due to weddings, injury, or work, I didn't expect a few other no shows.  The White Sox, with 22 on the roster, fielded 10 for game one and only 9 for game two...gees.  I had sent an email to the guys begging for a split with the league-leading Dodgers knowing that we might be short-handed.  What I did not expect upon my arrival was a stellar outing by Evan Neiser, Mark Taylor, and the White Sox offense.  Evan stunned the Dodgers hitters for 19 strikeouts in a complete game shutout victory scattering 5 hits and only one walk over the 7 innings.  The Sox hitters were led by Justin Luttrell (4-5, 2R, RBI) and Andy Miller (3-4, 2R, HR, BB, K, 3RBI). In game two, Mark Taylor once again started to fall victim to a defensive shortfall, but stood strong on the mound to strikeout 7 Dodgers batters with 7 scattered hits to get the win.  The White Sox offense was stellar in the 4th scoring 13 of the 23 runs led by Chris Huebner (3-3, 4R, HR, 2BB, RBI), Stephen Boudreaux (3-4, 3R, 2B, 2RBI), and Andy Miller (4-5, 3R, 2-2B, 2RBI)--Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox

 

July 18-19th

White Sox 10  Cubs 7

Cubs 8  White Sox 23

One of the umpires today proclaimed that, "If you placed an order for a perfectly nice day, it would turn out just like this one."  Agreed.  I was personally in a bit of a fog yesterday due to lack of sleep, but from what I remember, the White Sox had a great day at the plate and some dandy pitching at times.  The return of Evan Neiser was profound in game one as he struck out 13 batters and only gave up 2 earned runs in a complete game victory.  Game two saw an improved Mark Taylor surrender only 5 earned runs striking out 8 batters in 3 2/3 innings before handing the ball to Nick Rumancik for the save in a run-ruled 5-inning game.  Key offensive players on the day include Justin Lutrell (4-6, 5R, 2HR, 2BB, 3RBI), Brandon Barr (4-5, 3R, HR, 2B, RBI, 3BB), John Michael Hairston (4-7, 2HR, 5RBI, 3B, K).  White Sox are surging just in time for an idle week.  Who makes this schedule anyway?--Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox

 

July 11-12th

White Sox 7  Braves 2

Braves 6   White Sox 20

Game one was Levi Rush on the hill for the White Sox as part of the "5 lefties in the pen".  Levi has this pitch that I still cannot figure out from my vantage point at second base.  It looks like it is going right at the batter and then cuts left on a flat plane back over the plate.   It was this pitch and some crafty location that earned him the win in a complete game giving up only 2 ER with 6K and only 1BB.  The offense was sparked by Stephen Boudreaux (3-3, RBI), Nick Rumancik (2-3, 2B, RBI) and Andy Miller's game changing 3R HR in the 6th off the Brave's ace former javelin specialist.  Game two exposed the Braves lack of pitching depth.  The Sox had all 12 in the batting order score at least once led by Justin Lutrell (2-2, HR, 2R, RBI, HBP, BB), Brandon Barr (2-4, HR, 2R, RBI, K), Tom Spaniol (2-2, 2R, RBI, BB), Chris "Rookie" Huebner (2-2, HR, 3R, 3RBI, BB), Mark Taylor (2-2, HR, 2R, 2RBI, BB), and Nick Rumancik (2-2, 2R, 2RBI).  Rumancik took the mound for the Sox getting the win in 5 innings giving up 6 runs with 7 K and only 2 BB.  Mark Taylor gets the save with 3 batters faced and 3 Ks.  --Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox

 

June 27-28th

White Sox 10  Fort Smith 11

Fort Smith 15   White Sox 14

 

June 20-21st

White Sox 8  Pirates 14

Pirates  23   White Sox 6

 

June 13-14th

White Sox  PP  Marlins PP

Marlins PP  White Sox PP

 

 

2008 Final Standings and Summaries

2007 Final Standings and Summaries

2006 Final Standings and Summaries

2005 Final Standings and Summaries

2004 Final Standings and Summaries

2003 Final Standings and Summaries

2002 Final Standings and Summaries

2001 Final Standings and Summaries

2000 Final Standings and Summaries

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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