TCBA Yearbook

2002

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TCBA Almanac

 

Metro Division

 

Capitol Division

Scranton

113

49

...

Bethesda

111

51

...

Newark

105

56

7.5

Woebegone

111

51

Long Island

97

64

16

Norfolk

103

58

8

Newmarket

95

67

18

Innisfree

81

81

30

Beacon

63

98

50

Rapidan

80

82

31

Gunpowder

44

117

69

Silver Spring

46

113

64

 

Central Division

 

Atlantic Division

Horseshoe Bay

91

71

...

Farmington

97

65

...

Morgantown

90

72

1

Allegheny

80

82

17

Evanston

89

72

1.5

Portsmouth

70

91

27

Bradenton

87

75

4

Kensington

64

97

33

Spring City

74

87

17

Kennett

52

108

44

Mimosa

49

112

42

 

Rhode Island

44

117

53

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Comments –

 Frank Howard - ...Thank God almighty, Pedro Astacio is free at last!

Coming into the game against Kensington (#2 of a 4-game set), Pistachio was 0-18 in 19 games.  He broke the bad streak with a complete-game "statistical shutout" as the Senators beat the Knights 8-2, with both runs for KE being unearned.  Jeff D'Amico falls to 1-6 for Kensington (hey Jeff, only 12 losses to go!). His new record is 1-18, and TCBA immortality has eluded Pedro.

Craig Shifflett – In a series of also-rans and of interest only to their owners, Allegheny tried to etch themselves into TCBA immortality during game four of their series with Kennett. The Innocents pounded out 29 hits with 8 home runs scoring 32 times.  (only 28 were earned)  Burnett and Schourek each took one for the team absorbing all but the last 5 runs.  Allegheny scored in every frame except the 8th (and 9th of course).

 

Hitting stars:

Jose Vidro 4-5, 7 rbi, 6 runs scored, 1 2b, 2 HR

Torii Hunter 5-7, 6 rbi, 2 2b, HR

 

Every starter had a hit including Kris Wilson who went 1-7.  Even the two subs each had multi-hit games.  Only Wilson and Grace did not have RBI and only Wilson did not score a run.

 

Well, forgive me but it was a bright spot of a rather unexciting season.

Al Keefer – Keefer’s Pharmacy closed on August 29, 2002 after 62 years.

         "It is with sadness that we see Keefer's Pharmacy, the last family owned drug store in our community, closing.          Though we must face the future with optimism; so "be up standing" and raise your glasses to a toast to Al and Lynn Keefer and changing times."

 

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