In another wet morning, the Hounds sailed from the first inning and sealed the series in five innings for an 18-4 trouncing of the White Sox at ComEd field.
On a wet Winnemac morning, the Hounds erased an early White Sox lead in game 1 of the playoff series, turning a 6 run deficit into a 7 run surplus for the 17-10 victory.
In the last week of the 2023 regular season, the Hounds went 2-2, narrowly missing a chance at a first place finish but also escaping the cursed CMBA first round bye with the 3rd seed.
The Hounds secured the K’s cup (champion retains on tie) with another 1 run win over their rivals Saturday morning at Winnemac park.Continue reading “Hounds Flop Into First With Win Over ‘Trons”
The third game in as many days became the third win in as many days as the Hounds stunned the Electrons with a walk-off of 7-6 win Thursday at Winnemac Park.
Like a greased up pig, Hounds starting pitcher Mike DiCola wriggled out of inning after inning, stifling the Dodgers scoring attempts and securing a bottom of the last inning win on a final score of 2-1 in a playoff atmosphere down at Simeon High School Wednesday night.
French allowed 6 hits and only 2 earned runs in the 111-pitch effort, looking untouchable at times.
The Hounds enjoyed some midsummer R&R Saturday afternoon, assembling in sunny Lockport, Illinois for the squad’s first (annual?) campout.
The Jammers looked much improved since the first two season meetings, but not improved enough to best the Hounds who took the 7-4 win in the 3-hour game on Sunday afternoon at Winnemac Park.Continue reading “Jammers Squeezed by Hounds”
On a strikingly verdant Walther Christian field, Erik Frontzac (SP) and Jules Cantor (CR, RP) combined for ten strikeouts and seven innings of shutout baseball to take down the Blazers. Overcoming the powerful odor of their stored-wet-for-a-week helmets, the Hounds scratched across 8 total runs in 5 separate innings against a procession of 4 different Jammers soft-tossers (Red Shirt, Trojans Jersey, Nike Shirt, Gray Shirt).