October 23, 2015

USFBL - 2014 - 19th No - Hitter!

Madison Bumgarner(18-5) was on top of his game in Toronto as he tossed a beauty of a no-hitter against the reeling Toronto Toros.  The Los Angeles Anteaters won by a score of 4 to 0.

Bumgarner had an evening to remember. He walked 5 Toronto batters.  The tension was mounting with every inning after the 6th.  Bumgarner appeared oblivious himself to the mounting history until two were out in the 9th.  Only then, did he allow himself one deep sigh and a slow trip around the
mound.  Los Angeles managed 9 hits in their victory.

Chris Archer(0-1) took the loss.  He surrendered 3 hits and 3 walks in 5 innings.  'Bumgarner pitched one heck of a game!' John Ferraro said.  'He didn't get away with any bad pitches because he just didn't throw any bad pitches.  What a performance!'

Los Angeles @ Toronto - August 31st, 2014

August 31, 2015

USFBL - 2014 - 18th No - Hitter!

Alex Wood(8-4) thrilled the fans at Miller Park as he crafted a no-hit master piece against the Misty Mountain Hoppers.  The Hawaii Poi Pounders won by a final score of 6 to 0.

Wood was just too much for Misty Mountain.  He walked 3 Misty Mountain batters.  The tension started to build around the 6th inning.  By the 9th inning the crowd was electrified.  Hawaii finished with just 6 hits in the victory.

Jake Peavy(4-8) was the losing pitcher.  He allowed 3 hits and 1 walk in 5 innings.  'Not in my wildest dreams did I think this would happen!' Wood said as he stood at home plate to salute the fans.  'Once I got into the later innings, I decided to challenge every hitter, and that turned out to be the
right decision!'

June 29, 2014; Hawaii @ Misty Mountain

September 06, 2014

USFBL - 2013 - 17th No - Hitter!

The smoking-hot Hawaii Poi Pounders pitching staff gave the fans an afternoon that they'll never forget by tossing a combined no-hitter! The tension started to build around the 6th inning.  By the 9th inning the crowd was electrified.  Hawaii finished with 11 hits in the victory. 

Jose Fernandez(16-3) got credit for the victory, pitching 7 innings and allowing no runs. Jeremy Hefner(6-4) was the loser.  He allowed Hawaii 7 runs in 6 innings of work. 

'You probably have a better chance of winning the lottery than this happening,' said Fernandez who got credit for the win, 'I don't expect it to sink in for awhile.' he said. 'You know, it's hard to say who was better, the starter or the bullpen!'



BLK 9 MET @ HAW - September 4th, 2013

July 31, 2014

USFBL - 2013 - 16th No-Hitter!

The indomitable Eville Twin Killings pitching staff gave the fans an evening
that they'll never forget by tossing a combined no-hitter! The tension
started to build around the 6th inning.  By the 9th inning the crowd was
electrified.  Eville had only 5 hits for the night. 

The victory was credited to Max Scherzer(16-5) who went 6 innings, allowing no
runs. Scherzer was helped out by Casey Janssen who recorded his 12th save.
Justin Verlander(6-13) was the losing pitcher.  He pitched 8 innings and
surrendered 5 hits and 4 walks.

'You probably have a better chance of winning the lottery than this
happening,' said Scherzer who got credit for the win, 'I don't expect it to
sink in for awhile.' he said. 'You know, it's hard to say who was better, the
starter or the bullpen!'



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August 30, 2013

USFBL - 2012 - 14th No Hitter!

The Illinois Farmers pitching staff gave the fans an evening that they'll never forget by tossing a combined no-hitter! The tension started to build around the 6th inning.  By the 9th inning the crowd was electrified.
Illinois banged out 14 hits on the night.

The winning pitcher was Trevor Cahill(7-9) who allowed no runs in 7 innings.  Mike Fiers(6-8) absorbed the loss.  He got hit hard, allowing 9 hits and 5 walks in 6 innings.

'You probably have a better chance of winning the lottery than this happening,' said Cahill who got credit for the win, 'I don't expect it to sink in for awhile.' he said. 'You know, it's hard to say who was better, the
starter or the bullpen!'

USFBL 2012 - 14th No Hitter!

August 25, 2013

USFBL - 2012 - 15th No-Hitter!

John Danks(2-3) thrilled the fans at Petco Park as he crafted a no-hit masterpiece against the Hawaii Poi Pounders.  The Kansas City Fountains won by a final score of 1 to 0.

Danks was obviously at the top of his game as he set the Hawaii batters down like so many dominoes.  He walked 6 Hawaii batters.  The Kansas City players and coaches started to leave Danks alone with his thoughts after the game reached the 7th inning.  By the time the 9th inning rolled around, you could
hear a pin drop every time he went to his wind-up - and an explosion after every out.  Hawaii was set down quietly in the bottom of the 9th.

Vance Worley(4-11) was the losing pitcher.  After the game, Danks was heard to say, 'This is something I have dreamt about since I was a little boy - to have it come true is just amazing!'

http://usfleagues.net/blog/BLK8KAN@HAWAug152012.txt

September 22, 2012

USFBL - 2011 - Colby Lewis takes one for the team!

Rod Barajas launched 2 homeruns and had 7 RBI as the Quebec City Saints really laid it on the Wisconsin Cheeseheads 27 to 8. Barajas was a one-man wrecking crew.  He launched a three-run homer in the 3rd inning, clubbed a three-run home run in the 6th inning and lined a base-hit resulting in a run in the 8th inning. Quebec City lit up the scoreboard in the 6th inning which saw them plate 8 runs on 8 hits, the 7th inning when they had 5 runs on 5 hits and the 8th inning when they had 5 runs on 5 hits. The Quebec City offense man-handled the Wisconsin pitching staff as they scored in 7 of the 9 innings. Daniel Hudson(9-6) picked up the victory, allowing 3 runs in 6 innings. Kevin Slowey recorded his 2nd save. Colby Lewis(3-12) ended up with the loss.  He allowed 7 homeruns in 7 innings of work.

http://usfleagues.net/blog/BLK7WIS@QUE.txt 

USFBL - 2011 - 24 Innings - July 4th Celebration!

Minnesota @ California, July 4th, 2011:

Joel Hanrahan had a strong outing and first baseman Lance Berkman had 5 hits and 4 RBI at Comerica Park as the very strong California Bees beat the Minnesota Mud Dogs in 24 innings by the count of 14 to 13.  The score was tied at 5 after nine. California came out on top in the 24th inning. The key offensive moment was provided by Scott Hairston who excited the crowd when he smacked a three-run homer. California lit up the scoreboard in the 24th inning when they had 9 runs on 7 hits. A wild and woolly affair, this game saw the lead change 6 times.  Josh Tomlin(5-9) got the win allowing 8 runs in 3 innings. Francisco Liriano(2-2) suffered the loss in relief. He was touched for 8 hits and 3 walks in 2 and 2/3 innings.


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