In a game half played without an umpire, the Hounds cruised to a loss Sunday morning vs. the Marlins by a score of 5-1.
The Hounds just couldn’t win ’em all against the Electrons, falling 6-2 in a Saturday morning game at Winnemac that just never felt graspable.
The Hounds continued their revenge tour against the Blazers, claiming victory over a squad short one player by a score of 11-5 and extending their never-lose-again streak to 4 games.
In a return to (somewhat) more competitive play, the Hounds skewered the Marlins on Father’s Day morning at Southwest Park in a 9-2 victory, thanks to some dazzling pitching and offensive fireworks.
After the rematch was delayed twice by rain/Winnemac, the Hounds were finally able to rectify an earlier season loss, blanking and no-hitting the Blazers in a shortened 13-0 win.
After some bottom of the seventh heroics, the Hounds took the first two games of the K’s cup series, knocking off the first place Electrons Sunday morning at Winnemac Park by a score of 4-3.
The Hounds gave up an early lead from which they could not recover, dropping the game against the White Sox 4-2 on Saturday morning at Winnemac.
Powered by a 11 hits to 6 deferential, the Hounds defeated the Electrons on Winnemac Park Wednesday afternoon to go up 1-0 in the battle for K’s Cup.
Despite mounting a 6 run comeback over two innings, the Hounds were defeated 8-7 in the last inning on a late Viking home run Sunday morning at the lone Walther Christian Academy game in 2022 for the club.
The Hounds, entering the night with a 3-game win streak, took on the second place White Sox under the lights at ComEd field. By the time the umpire abdicated the field, the Doggo’s win streak was stalled, but an undefeated streak remained as the final score was knotted at 4 apiece thanks to a big inning and excellent pitching performances.