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Paul Glim’s Glorious Grab in the Arlington Has Legends League Championship game. Despite his heroic catch, his team lost 16-7 to Tim, Jay, Jerry and Joe Pomillia’s Blue team.
Move over Tommy. Dan is the new ruling Pinball Wizard! (THANKS to Tim Dalton)
Don't look over your shoulder Aaron Judge. There's a new bat in town. (THANKS to Tim Dalton)
Bob Masulis (B-Dub) makes more than a causal connection creating a majestic moment at the Sport Center. (THANKS to Tim Dalton!)
Try to keep up with "Bobby The Mound Commander". Be sure to turn up the volume. (THANKS, Tim Dalton!)
Who is that slick fielding kid at second base? (THANKS, Tim Dalton!)
Dennis goes yard... WAY YARD, (THANKS, Tim Dalton!)
Mike Katz tears down the base path on two new replacement knees. His virgin run. Awesome! (THANKS, Jeff Forgash!)
A 'SKIP' sighting at Wrigley Field with our pals Greg Walsh and Frank Gaziano.
The picture contains two of our senior softball players - but here they are in the 1990's and basketball was their sport. The two were on opposite sides of the playing spectrum. We won't say who was where - you guess. But both were great teammates then as they are now. Great competitors and great friends.
Name the dynamic duo.
Apparently the following has been in editing for a couple weeks but we're excited to finally report the "Battle of the Nonagenarians".
The long awaited and highly anticipated pitching duel was held at Melas Park on the sun laden morning of Friday, October 1, 2021. Al Silverman scoured the Phoenix area for 'The Best of the West" and flew in 93 year old youngster Mike Palizzi. The stage was set for the face off against the Midwest's favorite son, the 90 year old youngster ace Don (SKIP) Kronberg.
The media was in a frenzy anticipating the clash. The crowd reportedly overflowed the stands on the now infamous 'B' diamond. S.R.O. was the sign of the day. Scalpers made a killing selling front row tickets.
The game finally started and lived up to expectations. Both pitchers actually had a credible shot at a no-hitter... UNTIL the first inning. First and third basemen covered their respective lines like a junk yard dog guarding the meaty bone of a T-Bone steak. Middle infielders assumed the steel curtain, no holes defense. Outfielders floated through the gaps like they had wings on. Not an error was made... well until the 2nd batter.
In the end only one nonagenarian could take a victory lap. And yes, the Midwest's favorite son and winner of the 2021 Melas Park Cy Young (REALLY YOUNG) Award - Skip Kronberg walked away undefeated!
KUDO's to both gentlemen - Mike Palizzi and Skip Kronberg. You're an inspiration to the other 170 youngsters at Melas Park!
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