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Philadelphia vs Cleveland
Las Vegas vs Amsterdam




May 26
San Diego dropped the opener but then rebounded to take a 4-1 decision over Sherwood as both clubs finished Section One of the Schedule.

May 24
Sherwood ended their seven series losing skein in grandiose style as they blanked the Western Division leading Memphis Sound by a 5-0 count. Acting Manager Niles Lane credits the resurgence of the Machine to his imbibing several adult beverages for the first time while playing. The "Tennesseans" were held to just nine runs in the match-up.

May 22
Norfolk handed Sherwood their 7th consecutive series defeat by a 3-2 score.
A detailed description of the match-up was provided by the Neptunes PR department.
"After losing an 18 inning affair, Norfolk found itself down two games to zero. The Neptunes bounced back winning games three and four; they were leading game five, 5-2 going into the ninth inning when Sherwood had bases loaded with one out, in part because of two errors by defensive replacement Brandon Lowe. Lowe redeemed himself when with one out and runners on second and third, he caught a fly out and gunned down the tagging runner at-home to preserve a game five victory, 5-4, giving the Neps a 3 to 2 games series win."
As John Wayne's character, Captain Nathan Brittles in the movie "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" would say, "That is a good clear report".

May 21
Chicago finished up Section One with a 4-2 victory over Sherwood.

May 20
A couple of lopsided series results in Saturday action today. Philadelphia sent Sherwood plummeting to the basement in the East as they defeated the Machine by a 5-1 score. In another match-up, Amsterdam continued to make shambles of the division race in the East by sweeping Hartford 5-0 increasing their record to 46-13. Edwin Diaz notched four saves for the Bulldogs who are a phenomenal 20-1 since they returned from a pilgrimage to the mecca of baseball in Cooperstown,NY.

May 18 (Late Report)
Las Vegas defeated Sherwood 4-2 despite dropping the first two contests. Hitting was so sporadic that the six game series was completed in less than two hours.

May 18
Billings completed Section One of the schedule by splitting with Memphis 3-3.

May 17
Sherwood's hectic schedule the next few months leaves little time for APBA, so our "Go-To Emergency Manager", Queen City's Niles Lane, will take over the Machine for the time being, at least to get Sherwood through Section One.

May 15
Cleveland defeated Hartford 4-2 and despite a few minor gaffe's like calling for a hit and run with a runner on second base, the Nap skipper pulled off some unconventional moves that paid off like bringing in a C-No Z pitcher with the bases loaded late in a tight game and playing the infield up close with one out and the sacks loaded with a potential double-play candidate at the plate. He was so impressed with his decisions that he is exploring the possibility of forming a grass-roots campaign to try to become the first last place skipper to win the Manager of the Year honors.

May 13
A couple of 4-1 outcomes in today's action. Memphis ended Amsterdam's 11 game winning streak by taking the opener 4-1 with Austin Riley hitting a grand slam to spark the Sound to victory but the Bulldogs roared back to capture the next four contest.
Philadelphia also took the opener versus Hartford but the Hurricanes rallied to take the next four including complete game shutouts by Adam Wainwright and Braxton Garrett.

May 12
Billings edged Sherwood 3-2 in a series that featured three extra inning tilts.

May 8
Amsterdam claimed their second consecutive sweep by blanking Norfolk 5-0. In other action, Memphis fell behind Cleveland 2-0 but then reeled off four straight victories to keep their unbeaten series streak alive.

May 7
Amsterdam takes over the BRIB by sweeping Sherwood 6-0.

May 3
Las Vegas edged USMC 3-2.

April 29
Some rainy-day action this afternoon, Union Station knocked off Philadelphia 4-1 to take over sole possession of second place in the West. In another match-up, Chicago trimmed San Diego 3-2.

April 25
Memphis ran their unbeaten series streak to eight with a 3-2 victory over Las Vegas.

April 24
In some Monday action, Norfolk, despite being out-scored in the series, captured a 4-2 decision from San Diego, to tie USMC for second place in the West. Another match-up saw Chicago take over third place in the East with a 4-1 triumph over Cleveland.

April 22
Las Vegas and Philadelphia split 3-3.

April 21
Amsterdam nips USMC 3-2.

April 20
Norfolk rolled over Billings 4-2 and San Diego handed the struggling Hartford Hurricanes a loss by the same 4-2 count. The 76er's Nolan Arenado, playing in his 1,204th
ZSABL game, swiped 2nd base in Game # 4 for his first career stolen base.

April 18
Memphis walloped Hartford 5-1 to pad their lead in the West to five games with their BRIB mark of 27-11.

April 17
Chicago smacked Hartford 4-1, ceding the opener then reeling off four straight wins.

April 15
Hartford sweeps Sherwood 5-0 to move into 3rd place in the West.

April 14
Queen City, as usual, became the first team to complete Section One of the schedule, as they dropped a 3-2 verdict to San Diego.

April 13
Memphis increased their lead in the West to three games with a 3-2 triumph over Rochester.

April 12
Cleveland and Billings split 3-3.

April 11
Hartford, in a rare evening and away from the Club match-up, traveled to Rochester (via Sam's vehicle) and defeated the Rockers 4-1.

April 10
Norfolk cooled off Union Station 4-2.

April 8
Chicago topped Philadelphia 5-1 losing only the finale when the Black Sox rallied from being down three runs in the 9th to an eventual extra inning victory.

April 7
Queen City topped Hartford 3-2 despite the Hurricanes collecting 32 extra base hits.

April 6
Memphis defeated San Diego 4-2.

April 5
Billings engaged in double-dip action today; splitting the opener with Hartford 3-3 but then dropping the night-cap to Las Vegas by a 3-2 score.

April 3
Norfolk deals Hartford a 4-2 loss with a 15 home run barrage.

April 1
Philly edged San Diego 3-2 as the 76er's offensive woes continued with a string of 26 consecutive scoreless innings coming nearly on the heels of a 23 inning failure to touch the plate two series ago.
In other action Norfolk nipped Chicago by the same 3-2 score as the Hawks have not been able to sustain any type of offensive flow to their lineup.

March 31
Sherwood rallied from an 0-2 deficit to squeak by Cleveland 3-2 on a 14th inning walk off home run from Yandy Diaz in the finale.

March 29
The Western Division gained a little credibility this evening as San Diego nudged past Las Vegas 3-2. The Crazy Horse Manager, Billy Bell, expressed some concern about his ball club as they have now dropped six out of their last eight contests. The West also prevailed with the "red-hot" Union Station Mystic Cowboys rolling over Queen City 4-1. The series featured all one run games and three of them went into extra innings. The second place USMC has now closed to within a half-game of the division leading Memphis Sound.

March 28
There was some light action on Tuesday's slate:
Queen City was a 4-2 victor over Chicago and Rochester reached the .500 plateau as they handed Cleveland their 4th straight series loss with a 3-2 triumph.

March 26
Amsterdam took a 3-2 decision from Billings and Chicago dropped the first three contests to Las Vegas but then came back to earn a 3-3 split with the Crazy Horse.

March 25
There were four inter-division series played today. The only one that the West won was Memphis triumphing over Philly 4-1.
Amsterdam rolled over Cleveland 5-0 and Las Vegas kept pace by clobbering Norfolk by the same 5-0 score. In other action, Rochester edged Billings 3-2.

March 23
Rochester triumphed over San Diego 3-2. The 76er's offense was slow out of the gate as they opened the series with 23 consecutive scoreless innings.

March 21
Las Vegas defeated Cleveland 3-2 but more importantly the Naps Manager John Heiselman convinced Billy Bell to take home the Championship Trophy instead of leaving it on the floor at the Club.

March 20
Memphis took over sole possession of 1st place in the West with a 3-2 victory over Queen City. Norfolk got onto the winning track as they waltzed over Cleveland 5-1.

March 19
Amsterdam and Chicago played to a 3-3 split. The Bulldogs then took on San Diego in double-dip action and defeated the 76er's 4-1. The "Sixer's" launched 12 homers in the series but could only muster 17 runs scored. In the finale of the day, Las Vegas pummeled Queen City 5-1.

March 18
Philly took over 1st place in the East with a 4-1 win over Billings. Rowdy Tellez homered three times in the lone Mustang victory.

March 17
Rochester eked out a 3-2 victory over Union Station in a series that featured four extra inning affairs. USMC Manager Mel Smith, in a post series conference call to this Office said, "22-8's are killing me".

March 16
USMC regained first place in the West as the surprising "Cowboys" took a 4-2 decision over San Diego.

March 15
Cleveland knocked USMC out of first place in the West with a 4-2 victory.

March 14
Sherwood and Rochester split 3-3

March 13 (Late Score)
Memphis 4-1 over Chicago

March 13
USMC continues their stellar start with a 5-1 victory over Billings. San Diego took their second straight series triumph with a 4-2 decision over Cleveland. Queen City knocked off Norfolk 3-2. Chicago and Memphis were scheduled later this evening in Rothsville.

March 12
In a twin-bill today, Rochester dropped a 4-2 decision to Chicago and then split the nite-cap with Philadelphia 3-3.

March 11
Philly routed Queen City 5-1.

March 10
In some Friday action, Queen City dealt Cleveland a 4-1 loss to open the Naps season. A report came in from Salunga where USMC dropped Chicago by the same 4-1 score. The Rojos then took on Amsterdam for their second series of the day but were swept by the Bulldogs 6-0. Amsterdam then traveled to the Rochester Rockers home but dropped a 4-2 decision. 

March 8
In action from yesterday, Sherwood edged USMC 3-2 and Billings defeated Chicago by the same 3-2 score. In a matinee today, San Diego got past the Mustang by a 4-2 count.

March 7
Queen City rolled over Rochester 5-1.

March 6
Memphis dropped Norfolk 4-2, the Sound's victory was high-lighted by a combined no-hitter from Shane McClanahan, Nick Lodolo and Jimmy Herget.

January 14
Las Vegas claims the ZSABL Championship by defeating Hartford in six games. The opener saw the Crazy Horse tally six unearned runs en-route to a 7-4 victory. Game # 2 was a 15 inning affair with Ozzie Albies's two run triple keying a Hurricane 6-3 triumph. Game # 3 saw a five run outburst from Las Vegas in the 6th inning spark them to a 8-5 win. Game # 4 was a classic 0-0 battle until the bottom of the 14th when Patrick Wisdom hit a two run blast to give the "Canes" a 2-0 victory. Games # 5 and # 6 were too much Crazy Horse firepower for Hartford to handle as they scored 10-4 and 9-1 wins.

   January 12
On the penultimate eve of the ZSABL World Series, in a move reminiscent of the 1984 Bob Irsay clandestine exit from Baltimore to Indianapolis, the Brooklyn Metropolitans have taken their base of operations to the Windy City of Chicago where they will be known as the Hawks.

January 11
There is now an added incentive to attend the ZSABL's 45th World Series this Saturday at 9:15, our esteemed Treasurer Tom Doran has completed sorting and marking the individual teams, not the Free Agents, for your perusal. He should arrive between 10:00 and 10:30, hopefully in the middle of a hotly contested Championship final. Although you are free to take your team home, it is not recommended because there are usually last minute trades/releases plus it would give you the opportunity to scout your opponents prior to the draft and the start of the new season.

January 7
Las Vegas exorcized their past "play off demons" by defeating Sherwood in six games to represent the Eastern Division in the ZSABL World Series. The Crazy Horse outscored the Machine 41-36 in what Sherwood skipper George Tarantino said "the series resembled a slow pitch softball game". The finale saw the lead change hands several times before Adam Engle sealed the deal with a walk off homer in the 9th. Las Vegas will now play Hartford in the league's 45th Championship match, the Hurricanes have never defeated the "Nevadian's" in a series since they entered the ZSABL in 2011. The Title match is tentatively scheduled for 9:00 next Saturday.

January 4
Hartford will represent the Western Division in the ZSABL's 45th World Series as they defeated Norfolk in six games. It was a closely fought series with three games decided by one run and the other three contests by two runs, featuring a walk-off single by Yordan Alvarez in the Neptunes Game # 5; 12 inning victory and a Patrick Wisdom 2-run blast in the bottom of the ninth in the finale to send the Hurricanes into the Championship versus the winner between Sherwood Forest and Las Vegas.

December 20 (Late Report)
Sherwood moves into the Eastern Division finals with a victory over Rochester in six games.

December 20
The 2023 ZSABL Lottery was held today at the Club. Although the "Lottery Mistress" could not attend, she was there in spirit as well as having a physical presence when her brother "Tony" performed the honors of pulling the teams from the can. The order was as follows:
2)San Diego
3)Queen City
At the conclusion of the Lottery an animated Mock Draft discussion took place with Billings,
Queen City,Memphis,Norfolk,San Diego and Hartford all contributing.
This was the result: Mock 2023
There no doubt will be many more.

December 19
In an exciting see-saw semi-final series, Norfolk outlasted Cleveland in seven games. The Neptunes trailed three games to two before taking Game # 6 by a 10-2 score and then buoyed by a three home run performance by Byron Buxton emerged victorious in the finale by a 9-4 score.

December 15
(Late Report)
The MVP is Shohei Ohtani,Amsterdam.
The Cy Young goes to Max Scherzer,Las Vegas.
MVP Voting
Cy Young Voting

December 15
Due to her work schedule and holiday obligations the Lottery Mistress is unable to perform her usual stellar Lottery duties in the near future. While disappointing both to the Mistress and the league, the "peanut gallery" is clamoring for the "show to go on" so the teams know where they will slot in the first round and trade offers can be formalized. So Tuesday, December 20th @11:30 at the Club, the Commissioner, "who has no horse in the race", will run the event. Results will be listed "post haste" as well as hopefully a "Mock Draft" or two.

December 14
The Manager of the Year voting is now complete with Las Vegas's Billy Bell capturing the honor for the second consecutive year. Here are the final results

December 12
The 2022 ZSABL regular season concluded today as Memphis unleashed their finest offensive outburst of the year, scoring 51 runs and blanking the Norfolk Neptunes 5-0, dashing the "Nep's" aspirations for taking home the Western Division flag, as they fell three games short  behind the "holier than thou" pennant winning Hartford Hurricanes.

December 10
In the Eastern Division regular season series finale, Sherwood defeated Philadelphia 4-1. The Black Sox salvaged the final contest ending a Sherwood consecutive win streak at 15, which may or not be an ZSABL record.

December 6
The Norfolk-Memphis season ending series was post-poned until Monday but the San Diego-Hartford match-up went on as scheduled. The 76er's prevailed by a 3-2 score over the Hurricanes which had huge ramifications. San Diego needed four victories to catch Cleveland for the last playoff spot in the West but fell short, eliminating the 76er's. The Naps now clinched the 3rd spot in the "holier than thou" division. The Hurricanes loss dropped their lead over 2nd place Norfolk to a half-game. The Neptunes in their season finale versus Memphis need four or five wins to capture the Western Division pennant or three wins to tie Hartford which will result in a one game playoff.

December 4
Amsterdam fell one game short in their bid to over take Rochester for the final playoff berth in the East despite gaining a 3-2 decision over the Rockers. In other action, Philly edged Brooklyn 3-2. There remains just one regular season series left in the East, Sherwood vs Philadelphia.

December 3
Las Vegas clinched the Eastern Division pennant as well as the Scott L. Fisher Best Record in Baseball Award (BRIB) with a 4-1 victory over Amsterdam. The Bulldogs need four wins in their final series versus Rochester to force a tie for 3rd place with the Rockers and a one game playoff.

November 30
Billings shocked Norfolk by scoring a 3-2 decision. The Mustang trailed 7-0 in Game # 4 and their comeback fell short as they dropped the contest by a 7-6 score. In the finale they found themselves again losing by a 7-0 deficit in the 8th inning but a four run outburst in the 8th trimmed the Neptunes lead to 7-4. The bottom of the 9th saw a rally by what the Norfolk skipper derisively called a "band of gypsies" sparked by a game tying homerun from Travis Jankowski to knot the score at 7-7. Josh Bell then homered in the 11th to give Billings the triumph.

November 28
Billings crushed Memphis 4-1 to eliminate the Sound from the post-season.

November 27
Las Vegas lowered their Magic # to claim the Eastern Division flag to 4 as they downed Philly 3-2.

November 23
Memphis stayed alive in the Western Division playoff chase by eliminating USMC with a 5-0 sweep job.

November 22
2nd Place Norfolk closed the gap in the Western Division pennant race to just a half-game with a 3-2 triumph over San Diego. With the 76er loss, Hartford clinched a playoff spot.

November 21
(Mid-Day Report)
Cleveland stalled Hartford's play off hopes by scoring a 3-2 victory over the "Canes". Hartford did set a franchise mark for home runs with 11 long balls giving them 277 for the season.

November 21
In a late score from last night, Sherwood in their penultimate series of the season made it two consecutive sweeps as they blanked Brooklyn 5-0. The Machine are now just one and a half-games behind Las Vegas for Eastern Division supremacy.

November 19
Lots of action in the East today, Queen City became the first team to complete the regular season as they fell to Philly by a 3-2 count. Amsterdam briefly took over 3rd place by topping Brooklyn 4-1 but then got swept by Sherwood 5-0 to drop back into 4th place. The Machine then traveled to Las Vegas losing a 4-1 decision to the Crazy Horse reducing the "Nevadian's" Magic # to 7. Despite the loss, Sherwood clinched a playoff spot.

November 17
There were a pair of 3-2 decisions in Western Division action today. Billings over San Diego and Memphis topped Cleveland.

November 14
Hartford eked out a 3-2 victory over Billings, scoring 15 total runs in the series despite hitting 10 home runs, nine of the solo variety.
The web site crashed and all League Notes post June 1st were lost to posterity.

Using the internet's "way back machine" I was able to recover some of the lost files in the League Notes.

Billings hurlers baffled the Memphis Sound for 22 consecutive scoreless innings as the Mustang toppled the Sound 4-1. In other action Cleveland knocked off Hartford 3-2 to drop the Hurricanes into a tie with Norfolk for the top spot in the West.

In Eastern Division action today, Amsterdam split a double-header, dropping a 4-1 decision to Sherwood in the opener before bouncing back and taking down Rochester in the nite-cap by the same 4-1 count.

September 29
Hartford re-claimed first place in the West with a 3-2 victory over San Diego.

September 28
Las Vegas opened up Section 3 of the schedule by defeating Queen City 4-1.

September 27
In a late score from last night, Brooklyn rolled over Sherwood 4-1.

September 26
Norfolk topped Memphis 4-1 to vault back into a first place tie in the West with Hartford.

September 24
In some Eastern Division action, Philadelphia defeated Brooklyn 4-1 and Las Vegas trimmed Amsterdam 3-2.

September 23
Sherwood edged Rochester 3-2.

September 19
A couple of 3-2 decisions in today's action. USMC over Billings and Hartford got by Memphis.

Late Score:
Another lead change in the East as Las Vegas blows past Sherwood 4-1 to regain the top spot.

September 15
San Diego nipped Union Station 3-2.

September 14
Sherwood leapfrogged back into first place in the East with a 4-1 victory over Queen City. The Machine hold a scant half-game lead over Las Vegas. The Rojos have now completed Section Two of the schedule, their alacrity in playing is commendable in view of their suffering through 14 straight non-winning series.

September 12
Billings made it two series wins in a row as they defeated Cleveland 4-1.

September 11
Las Vegas clipped Brooklyn 3-2 to go up one full game over 2nd place Sherwood in the East.

September 8
Things are getting tight in the West as Memphis defeated San Diego 3-2, the top six teams in the division are now separated by just 6.5 games.

Late Score
Rochester moved into 4th place in the East with a 4-1 victory over Brooklyn.

September 6
Billings nipped Norfolk 3-2.

September 4
Las Vegas re-claimed first place in the East with a 4-1 victory over Philly. The finale saw the Crazy Horse held to just one hit but it was a solo homer by Adam Duvall, good enough for a 1-0 triumph.

September 2
San Diego edged Cleveland 3-2. An unbelievable highlight of the series occurred with the Naps holding a one-run advantage in the bottom of the ninth. The 76er's then loaded the bases with none out. Last season's "Cinderella Team" then pulled off some defensive wizardry by completing a TRIPLE PLAY to end the threat and take home the victory.

August 30
(Late Score)
Brooklyn defeated Queen City 4-1.

August 30
San Diego tallied 55 runs en-route to a 5-0 whitewash over Billings.

August 29
(Late Report)
Sherwood rolled over Memphis 5-1 to take over the top spot in the East. Section One has now concluded with the "holier than thou" crown going to the East with a +30.

August 29
Hartford took over first place in the West with a 4-1 victory over Norfolk.

August 26
Sherwood defeated Brooklyn 4-2 to move to within one game of the Eastern Division leading Las Vegas Crazy Horse.

August 25
Brooklyn and Memphis split 3-3.

August 22
Cleveland shocks USMC with a 5-0 white-wash to even their record at 44-44.

August 21
Brooklyn's Chet Lutz was quickly reminded about the "dark side" of APBA after their celebrated return to the ZSABL as they dropped a 4-2 decision to the Billings Mustang.

August 19
Apparently suffering no ill-effects from a ten year layoff, Brooklyn, under the tutelage of Chet Lutz, rolled over San Diego 5-1. Nick Ahmed provided most of the Metropolitan offense. There were even allegations that the infamous long lost dice of Norfolk's past had found their way into the Brooklyn shaker.

August 17
Norfolk nipped USMC 3-2.

August 16
Hartford edged Union Station 3-2.

August 15
More Breaking News:
After a ten year hiatus, two time ZSABL Champion Chet Lutz has agreed to take over the reins of the Brooklyn franchise.

August 14
Breaking News:
USMC defeated Brooklyn 4-2 and immediately after the series Manager Dave Turner tendered his resignation from the league, citing work schedules and other interests which limited his time to devote to APBA. Skipper Turner was in his 21st year in the ZSABL, taking home the championship in 2017, the league wishes him success in his future endeavors. In other action Philly nipped Queen City 3-2, the Rojos Dylan Cease struck out 17 in going the route in the losing effort despite surrendering 10 runs and 16 hits.

July 31
San Diego rolled over Philadelphia by a 5-1 count. The Black Sox manager somehow resisted the urgent pleading of the ubiquitous presence of the Queen City Rojos to engage in double-header action.

July 24
Philadelphia got back to .500 with a 4-2 victory over Billings.

July 20
Hartford launched an unbelievable 25 home run barrage versus San Diego, en-route to a 5-1 triumph.

July 18
APBA-Mania broke out again today. In Section One action, Brooklyn and Amsterdam split 3-3 while Section Two saw Norfolk edge Cleveland 3-2 and the Bulldogs get by Queen City by the same 3-2 count.

July 16
Section Two "APBA-Mania" broke out in the West Walnut Street area of the Red Rose City last evening. Las Vegas's abode was the venue as Rochester rolled into town and defeated the "Crazy-Ones" by a 3-2 verdict. Of course, Queen City, like a predator, detecting the scent of APBA Action, swooped into the fray and took on the Rockers, falling by the same 3-2 count. The Crazy Horse then rebounded from their earlier loss and after being re-freshed, hung a 4-1 beating on the Rojos.

Late Score
Rochester 4-2 over Norfolk.

July 12
Las Vegas took over first place in the East as they kept up their mastery over Hartford, the Hurricanes have never defeated the Crazy Horse in a series, clobbering the "Canes" 5-1 smacking 21 home runs.

July 11
Congrats to the former Manager/GM of the Pittsburgh Crawfords, Ted Knorr. (1985-2004)

July 10
Second place Las Vegas closed to within one game behind Sherwood in the Eastern Division race by knocking off Amsterdam 4-2.

July 8
Amsterdam tops Rochester 4-2.

July 3
Las Vegas 5-1 over Philly.

June 30
San Diego all over Rochester 5-1.

June 23
Rochester knocks off Memphis 4-2.

June 22
In action from yesterday, Memphis evened their record at 30-30 with a 4-2 victory over Las Vegas.

June 18
Union Station moved into 2nd place in the West; after spotting Memphis the victory in the opener, the Cowboys then reeled off five straight wins to defeat the Sound 5-1. In other action, Cleveland became the first Western Division club to complete Section One of the schedule as they split 3-3 with Philadelphia.

June 16
Amsterdam snaps their 3-3 syndrome by topping San Diego 4-2.

June 15
Norfolk slugged 18 home runs, six by Brandon Lowe, as the Neptunes went on to take a 4-2 victory over Las Vegas and increase their lead in the West to three games.

June 13
Memphis tied USMC for 3rd place in the West with a 4-2 decision over Cleveland and Hartford rallied for a 3-3 split against Amsterdam after falling behind 3-0.

June 12
Baseball Today and Tomorrow's Western Division draft analysis can be found here.

June 12
Splitsville again, USMC-Amsterdam 3-3.

June 7
Another split as Cleveland-Rochester go 3-3.

June 6
(Afternoon Report)
Norfolk and Amsterdam split 3-3.

June 6
In a late score from yesterday, Amsterdam took a 4-2 decision from Billings.

June 5
Sherwood took over first place in the East with a 5-1 victory over Amsterdam and Memphis got to the .500 plateau by defeating Philly 4-2.
June 1
Billings and Hartford went 3-3.

May 29
Another split as Philly-Amsterdam go 3-3.

May 28
Rochester 3 Sherwood 3

Highlights: From the Sherwood PR Department

Last season, Rochester came to the warm confines of the Forrest bar, and rolled like an absolute mad man, sweeping Sherwood.

Fast forward to this season. Once again, Rochester agrees to play the 6 game series on the same bar. The results start out very similar. Rochester is rolling straight up 66s, clobbering Sherwood and taking a 3-0 series lead. Early in game 4, Rochester has 1st and 3rd against a B, setting up the dreaded merry go round. Sherwood management looks Rochester management right in his eye and this exchange followed:
Sherwood: does Reynolds have a 44-7?
Rochester: yes
Sherwood: roll it
Sure enough, 44 is rolled which is an out, and the series got flipped on its head. The MOJO shifted, with Sherwood mashing Homer's, taking away errors, while Rochester, still rolling ok, failed to get another big hit.

May 14
Norfolk and Sherwood split 3-3.

(Late Report) May 13
Sherwood tied Las Vegas for first place in the East with a 4-2 victory over Philadelphia. The Black Sox rallied from a 9-3 deficit in Game #5 to avoid a disaster.

May 13
The 2021 ZSABL World Champion Billings Mustang's 2022 miseries continues as Cleveland blanks them 6-0.

May 9
Memphis 4-2 over Hartford and USMC-Norfolk split 3-3.

May 6