The field is unplayable due to rain. The games for 5/21 are both Cancelled.
Category: Regular Season
5/7/23 Bros top Mongos 6-0.
Bros improve to 2-0, Mongos fall to 0-2
A beautiful Sunday morning at College Point field saw the defending champion Bros continue to assert their dominance and improve to 2-0 on the season, taking a great ball game over the Mongos 6-0. Bros started John Petry, who improved to 2-0 on the season, keeping the Mongos offense to just a few hits, lowering his league leading ERA to a paltry 1.40. The Mongos countered with Eric Dunetz (0-1), who pitched really well and had some good defense behind him.
Most of the Bros offense came in the second inning, as they took a 4-0 lead. The Mongos couldn’t muster much off Petry, and only had 1 runner reach 3rd base all afternoon. Joey Farco had 2 of the 3 Mongos hits on the afternoon. The Bros had 4 players notch a multi-hit game, led by pitcher John Petry who went 2 for 3 and drove in 2 runs to boot.
For the Mongos, Anthony Prisco made his 2023 relief debut and pitched a scoreless inning. Rob Petry threw 2 scoreless innings to close out the game for the Bros.
4/16 Schmoozers over Minkmen in Offensive Affair
Schmoozers 16 – Minkmen 11.
A beautiful Sunday in April culminated in a Schmoozers victory, 16-11 over the Minkmen. The game saw 26 total hits and 17 walks, with pitching troubles after the starters came out. Ryan Clarke of the Schmoozers nabbed his first victory of the season, going 6 strong, with 7 hits/1 earned run to his name. He struck out five. Matt Osborne started for the Minkmen, going 3 innings with 4 hits and 1 earned run. He also struck out five batters. 7 different Schmoozers had RBI(s), as did the Minkmen. The game saw 7 extra base hits among both teams.
Bros defend Title with Solid Effort @ Mongos
Mongos walk 15 Bros enroute to 20-2 loss.
The defending champion Bros showed there was no offseason rust in a dismantling of the Mongos this morning in a lopsided 20-2 victory. The Mongos, who’s offseason search for pitching continues, struggled mightily on the mound, and couldn’t solve John Petry’s fastball/curve combo.
Rookie Sergio Benigno took the hill for the Mongos, and struggled with his control in the first inning, walking 6 Bros, which lead to them taking a 2-0 Lead. The Mongos would get a run back in the bottom of the first, when Antonio LaValva roped a shot to center that was misplayed and would up on third base. Pete Dunetz followed with an RBI groundout, cutting the lead in half 2-1.
The second inning the Bros capitalized when rookie hurler Dan Burns couldn’t get some calls, and wound up with another 6 walks in the inning. Dexter Garcia’s 2 run double, the first of 2 for Dex on the day, opened the lead to 8-1 after 2. Dexter would go on to a 4-5 day at the plate, driving in 4 runs.
The Mongos could not get any offense going, as John Petry (1-0, 3.60) shut them down for the next 3 innings. Petry went 5 innings, giving up 2 earned runs, striking out 7, walking 2 for his first win of the year.
The Bros wrapped up 13 hits vs. Mongos pitching, Joe Arcaro going 3-3 with 4 rbi. The Mongos would score their only other run, via a Tony Canino RBI Single down the left field line, scoring Eric Dunetz who had lined a double down the right field line. Rob Petry came in for the Bros in the final inning to close it out in 6 innings, as time elapsed.
Next up, the Mongos 0-1, will take on the home Schmoozers on 4/23 @ 8:30am.
Opening Day! 4/16
We are all set! Rosters are closed and everything should be ready! The first game of 2023 is the Mongos vs the defending champion Bros at 8:30AM. Followed by the Schmoozers and the Minkmen at 11:30! Have fun everyone! We will have boxscores and game writeups early in the week.