Questionable Outfit Wins Three in Week Three, Ham Slams Don New Unis

24 May
Questionable Outfit found multiple ways to win in week 3, coming from behind, with suffocating pitching and defense, and with fireworks at the plate. When all was said and done, they have moved into a tie for first place with Cookies & Cream.

Questionable Outfit found multiple ways to win in week 3, coming from behind, with suffocating pitching and defense, and with fireworks at the plate. When all was said and done, they have moved into a tie for first place with Cookies & Cream.

Five games were played in week three including the four regularly scheduled games and a makeup game that was postponed from week 2. Questionable Outfit pulled off the rare feat of winning three games in one week and moved into a position they have become very comfortable in, first place. After giving Cookies & Cream their first loss of the season, Questionable Outfit moved into a tie for first with Cookies at 5-1. The Ham Slams also made history by becoming the first team in league history to wear official uniforms, with a custom designed logo, names, and numbers on their red and white jerseys.

In the first game of the week that was rescheduled from week 2, Questionable Outfit overcame a 3-2 deficit in the bottom of the fifth, scoring four runs to beat the Ham Slams 6-3. Nate was effective on the mound in a complete game win, and Tom went 3-for-4 with a triple, two homers, two runs scored, and three RBI, hitting both home runs during Questionable’s rally in the bottom of the fifth.

The Ham Slams became the first team in EWL history to wear officially made uniforms. The beautiful get-ups were designed by their own player, Andrew, and featured a mascot as well as individual names and numbers on the back of the jerseys.

The Ham Slams became the first team in EWL history to wear officially made uniforms. The beautiful get-ups were designed by their own player, Andrew, and featured a mascot as well as individual names and numbers on the back of the jerseys.

In the second game of week 3, Joey took a perfect game into the top of the fifth inning for Cookies & Cream before allowing a hit against Eastbound & Dahn, and he went 2-for-4 with a double and a homer at the plate as Cookies won 4-0.

Questionable Outfit defeated the Ham Slams for the second time in week 3, winning the third game 4-0 as Bob pitched a complete game shutout, allowing only four hits in six innings. Bob led off the game with a homer, which would be all of the run support that he would need, and Tom went 4-for-6.

In the fourth game, Cookies led Questionable Outfit 4-1 heading into the top of the fourth, when Questionable hit back-to-back-to-back homers twice in a single inning. The eight-run inning catapulted Questionable to an insurmountable lead, and the 12-7 win over Cookies was their third of of week 3, placing them in a tie for first atop the EWL standings. Bob hit three homers in the game, Nate and Mike each hit two, and Tom hit one.

The Ham Slams avoided dropping three games in week 3 by defeating Eastbound & Dahn 7-3 in the final game of the week. Josh was in control on the mound, and the Ham Slams picked up their first win in their new uniforms.

The action continues in week 4 as Eastbound & Dahn will look to snap out of the worst start to a season in EWL history, Cookies and Questionable will battle for the top of the standings, and the Ham Slams will try to climb their way back into the thick of things.

The games begin Tuesday, May 24th at 6:30PM.

Josh Homers and Pitches Complete Game as Ham Slams Top Eastbound & Dahn 7-3

24 May
Josh pitched five scoreless innings, and Tim had three extra base hits for the Ham Slams as they picked up their second win of the season

Josh pitched five scoreless innings, and Tim had three extra base hits for the Ham Slams as they picked up their second win of the season

Josh kept the Eastbound & Dahn bats in check through five innings and avoided a bottom of the sixth Eastbound rally to help the Ham Slams hang on to a 7-3 win in the final game of week 3.

BK took the mound for Eastbound, and the Ham Slams hit him hard early. Dan led off with a single, and Josh followed with a two-run bomb, providing his own run support and putting the Slams ahead 2-0 immediately. Tim followed with a solo homer, and the back-to-back jacks gave the Ham Slams a 3-0 lead. Two batters later, Dan hit a one-out double, and Josh drove him in with an RBI single to make the score 4-0. BK then fanned Tim for the second out of the inning, but Eastbound trailed by four runs before taking a swing.

Josh had helped his own cause in the top of the first, and he rolled through the bottom half of the inning, retiring Kyle and Nate in order.

After getting pounded in the first, BK got back on track in the top of the second, retiring the side without allowing a hit, and the score remained 4-0.

BK led off the bottom of the second with a double, but Eastbound couldn’t get on the scoreboard. Christian would later single with one out, but was caught trying to advance to second base for a double, ending the inning without plating the run.

The Ham Slams went down in order in the top of the third, as BK retired Josh and Tim consecutively. Josh matched him in the bottom of the third, retiring the side in order.

Eastbound brought in Cara from the bullpen in the top of the fourth, and after allowing a one-out double to Dan, she escaped the inning without allowing a run, retiring Josh for the second out. Josh sent Bk and Cara down consecutively in the bottom of the fourth, and the score remained 4-0.

Eastbound returned BK to the mound in the top of the fifth, and the first batter he faced, Tim, tripled. Adam then grounded out to left for the first out of the inning, but Tim scored on the play. Dan would ground out for the second out of the inning, and the Ham Slams led 5-0.

Christian led off the bottom of the fifth with a single, and moved to second on a Kyle groundout. Nate then singled, putting runners on first and third with one out, but Josh struck out BK for the second out of the inning, stranding the runner and maintaining the shutout through five innings.

Cara made her second appearance on the mound in the top of the sixth, and the Ham Slams would add to their lead. Tim doubled with one out, and he moved to third on an Adam single, putting runners on the corners. Dan then tripled into the tree, clearing the bases and putting the Ham Slams ahead 7-0. Cara then got Josh to fly out to right for the second out of the inning, and Eastbound trailed by seven runs.

Down to their final at-bat, Eastbound showed life in the bottom of the sixth. Cara singled to start the inning, and Christian followed with a mammoth two-run shot to right, cutting the score to 7-2. Kyle then tripled, and he scored when Nate followed with another triple. Josh had given up four consecutive hits to start the inning and the lead was cut to four runs, but the Ham Slams kept him in the game. He retired the next two batters, BK and Cara, stranding Nate at third and ending the game, giving the Ham Slams a 7-3 win.

The win moved the Slams to 2-4 on the season, and Eastbound remained winless at 0-6.

W: Josh (1-1)
L: BK (0-2)

Box Score

Game Notes:
– Josh pitched the complete game win for the Ham Slams, allowing three runs on eight hits in six innings and striking out one.
– BK took the loss for Eastbound, giving up five runs on six hits in four innings and also striking out one.
– Cara pitched two innings of relief for Eastbound, and she allowed two runs on four hits.
– Tim led the Ham Slams at the plate, going 3-for-5 with a double, a triple, a home run, three runs scored, and an RBI.
– Dan also went 4-for-6 for the Slams with a single, two doubles, a triple, two runs scored, and two RBI.
– Christian led Eastbound & Dahn on offense, going 3-for-3 with two singles, a homer, a run scored, and two RBI.

Questionable Outfit Homers Six Times in One Inning, Moves into Tie for First Place with 12-7 Win Over Cookies & Cream

23 May
Mike went 3-for-6 against Cookies & Cream with two home runs and four RBI in the top of the fourth inning alone

Mike went 3-for-6 against Cookies & Cream with two home runs and four RBI in the top of the fourth inning alone

Questionable Outfit unleashed an offensive fury with eight runs in the top of the fourth, coming from behind to hand Cookies & Cream their first lost of the season and move into a tie for first place atop the EWL standings after three weeks of action.

Dinger, who had defeated Questionable in a complete game win two weeks ago, started on the mound for Cookies & Cream. After retiring Bob for the first out, Tom launched a solo homer to left-center, and Questionable was up 1-0 quickly. Dinger then retired Mike to end the inning.

Cookies & Cream bounced right back in the bottom of the first when Blose led off the inning with a solo homer to center, tying the game at 1-1. Questionable’s starter, Nate, then retired Joey and Dinger in order, ending the inning with the game tied at 1-1.

Dinger rolled through the top of the first, retiring Nate and Bob in order.

Cookies would take the lead in the bottom of the second. With one out, Blose singled, and the next batter, Joey, crushed a two-run blast to left, putting Cookies ahead 3-1. Nate then retired Dinger to end the inning with Questionable trailing by two runs.

Tom started the top of the third with a single, but Questionable couldn’t cut into the Cookies lead, as Dinger retired Mike and Nate to strand the runner and maintain the two-run lead.

Jordan led off the bottom of the third with a double, and he moved to third on a Blose single, putting runners on the corners. Joey then singled, scoring Jordan from third and pushing the Cookies lead to 4-1. Cookies had two runners on with no outs, but Nate avoided further damage, retiring Dinger and Jordan to strand the runners and end the inning.

Nate earned a no decision on the mound and hit two homers with four RBI in the Questionable Outfit win

Nate earned a no decision on the mound and hit two homers with four RBI in the Questionable Outfit win

Down 4-1, Questionable open it up in the top of the fourth with one of their trademark monster innings, scoring eight runs and taking a commanding lead. Bob led off the inning with a single and moved to second on a Tom single. With two runners on, Mike went deep to right-center, and his three-run homer tied the game at 4-4. One batter later, Nate hit a solo shot, putting Questionable ahead 5-4. Bob followed with another homer, and the back-to-back-to-back jacks gave Questionable Outfit a 6-4 lead. Dinger got Tom to fly out to right for the first out of the inning, but Mike followed with his second bomb of the inning, and Nate followed Mike with his second blast of the inning. The back-to-back homers made the score 8-4, and Questionable wasn’t done yet. For the second time in the inning, Questionable Outfit hit three consecutive homers, as Bob went deep for the second time in the fourth, and Questionable now lead 9-4. Dinger was chased from the game, and Cookies & Cream put Jordan on the mound in relief. He retired the first batter he faced, Tom, to end the disastrous inning with Cookies trailing by five runs.

Questionable Outfit would also make a pitching change in the fourth inning, turning to Tom. The first batter he faced, Blose, doubled and moved to third on a Joey groundout. Dinger then singled, scoring Blose to cut the score to 9-5. The Cookies rally would end there, as Tom retired Jordan to end the inning.

Jordan retired the side in order in the top of the fifth, and Tom did the same in the bottom of the fifth, sending Blose and Joey down consecutively.

Questionable would add a few more runs of support in the top of the sixth, starting with Bob, who led off the inning with a solo shot, his third homer of the game. After a Tom single, Mike doubled, putting runners on second and third with no outs. Nate flew out to left for the first out of the inning, but a throwing error led to both runners scoring on a sacrifice fly, and the score was 12-5. Jordan then retired Bob for the second out of the inning, and Cookies trailed by seven runs heading into their final at-bat.

Dinger started the bottom of the sixth with a single, and two batters later, Blose hit a one-out two-run bomb to center, making the score 12-7. The Cookies rally would be cut short there, as Tom retired Joey for the second out of the inning, giving Questionable Outfit the win and pulling them into a tie for first with Cookies & Cream.

The win moved Questionable to 5-1 on the season, while Cookies & Cream suffered their first loss, dropping to 5-1.

W: Tom (2-0)
L: Dinger (1-1)

Box Score

Game Notes:
– Tom earned the win in relief for Questionable Outfit, giving up three runs on four hits in three innings.
– Nate started the game for Questionable and got the no decision, allowing four runs on six hits in three innings.
– Dinger took the loss for Cookies & Cream, giving up nine runs on ten hits in 3.5 innings pitched.
– Jordan pitched 2.5 innings of relief for Cookies, surrendering three runs on three hits.
– Bob led Questionable Outfit on offense, going 4-for-7 with a single, three homers, four runs scored, and three RBI.
– Mike and Nate each homered twice for Questionable, and Tom went 4-for-6 with one home run.
– Questionable Outfit hit back-to-back-to-back homers twice in the same inning, for a total of six home runs in the top of the fourth.
– Blose led Cookies & Cream offensively, going 5-for-6 with two singles, a double, two home runs, four runs scored, and three RBI.

Bob Scatters Four Hits for Questionable Outfit in 4-0 Shutout of Ham Slams

22 May
Bob allowed only four hits in a complete game shutout of the Ham Slams, as Questionable Outfit won 4-0

Bob allowed only four hits in a complete game shutout of the Ham Slams, as Questionable Outfit won 4-0

In his first pitching appearance of 2016, Bob was dominant on the mound, scattering four hits against the Ham Slams in a 4-0 complete game shutout, and pulling his team to within a game of first place in the standings.

For the second consecutive matchup, Tim was the starting pitcher for the Ham Slams against Questionable Outfit. Things did not start well, as Bob, the game’s first batter, launched a solo homer to right-center, and Questionable Outfit led 1-0 immediately. Tim regrouped, however, and retired the next two Questionable batters to end the inning. In the bottom of the first, Bob retired the side in order, sending Josh and Dan down consecutively.

Questionable would provide more run support for Bob in the top of the second. Bob singled with one out and moved to second on a Tom single. With runners on first and second, Mike doubled, scoring Bob to make the score 2-0. Questionable had two runners in scoring position and were threatening, but Tim retired Nate for the second out, ending the inning and stranding the runners. Tim led off the bottom of the second with a double, but the Ham Slams couldn’t capitalize, as Bob retired Adam and Josh to end the inning.

Tim delivers a pitch to Tom, who went 4-for-6 in the game, as Bob stands on first after a single

Tim delivers a pitch to Tom, who went 4-for-6 in the game, as Bob stands on first after a single

Questionable would add another run in the top of the third. Tom singled with one out, and he moved to second when Mike followed with a single. With runners on first and second, Nate doubled, scoring Tom and the score was 3-0. Once again Questionable had runners on second and third, but Tim avoided further damage, retiring Bob to end the inning. Tim led off the bottom of the third with a triple, but the Ham Slams couldn’t provide any run support, as Bob retired Josh and Dan to end the inning and maintain the three-run lead.

Mike would double with one out in the top of the fourth, but Tim retired Nate to strand the runner and end the inning. The Ham Slams went in order in the bottom of the fourth, and the score remained 3-0.

Adam of the Ham Slams waits on the pitch from Bob, who confused the Slams hitters all game

Adam of the Ham Slams waits on the pitch from Bob, who confused the Slams hitters all game

Tom singled with one out in the top of the fifth, but Tim continued to keep Questionable in check, striking out Mike to end the inning.

It looked like the Ham Slams would rally in the bottom of the fifth. Adam singled with one out, and he moved from first to third when Josh followed with a double. The Ham Slams had two runners in scoring position and the tying run at the plate, but Bob continued to stifle the Slams bats, as Dan was retired for the second out of the inning, stranding both runners.

Nate led off the top of the sixth with a single, and he moved to second on a Bob groundout. Tom then hit a one-out single off the fence, scoring Nate from second to make the score 4-0. Tim then retired Mike to end the inning, and the Slams would head into the bottom of the sixth trailing by four.

Bob remained on the mound to close things out for Questionable, and he did so in a hurry. He retired Tim and Adam consecutively, ending the game and giving Questionable Outfit a 4-0 victory.

The win moved Questionable Outfit to 4-1 on the season, and the loss dropped the Ham Slams to 1-4.

W: Bob (1-0)
L: Tim (0-2)

Box Score

Game Notes:
– Bob pitched the complete game shutout for Questionable Outfit, scattering four hits in six innings without allowing a run.
– Tim took the loss for the Ham Slams in a complete game effort, allowing four runs on eleven hits in six innings and striking out one batter.
– Tom led Questionable Outfit at the plate, going 4-for-6 with four singles, a run scored, and an RBI.
– Tim was the only Ham Slam player with multiple hits, going 2-for-4 with a double and a triple.

Cookies & Cream Beat Eastbound & Dahn 4-0, Joey Throws Two-Hit Shutout

20 May
Joey delivers a pitch to Nate, who had one of Eastbound's two hits in the game.

Joey delivers a pitch to Nate, who had one of Eastbound’s two hits in the game.

Joey carried a perfect game into the fifth inning against Eastbound & Dahn, allowed only two base runners, and faced only 13 batters, one more than the minimum, as Cookies & Cream remained undefeated in 2016 with a 4-0 win.

Eastbound went down in order in the top of the first, as Joey retired Nate and Cara consecutively.

Christian took the mound for Eastbound & Dahn, and he fell behind early. Blose singled to lead off, and he moved to third when Joey followed with a double. Dinger then hit an RBI single, scoring Blose to put Cookies ahead 1-0. Jordan grounded out for the first out of the inning, moving the runners to second and third. Blose followed with a two-RBI triple, clearing the bases. Christian then retired Joey to end the inning, but Cookies had jumped out to a 3-0 lead after an inning.

Christian of Eastbound delivers a pitch to Dinger of Cookies. Dinger went 3-for-4 in the Cookies & Cream win with 3 singles a run scored, and an RBI.

Christian of Eastbound delivers a pitch to Dinger of Cookies. Dinger went 3-for-4 in the Cookies & Cream win with 3 singles a run scored, and an RBI.

Joey retired Kyle and BK in order in the top of the second, maintaining the lead. Eastbound removed Christian from the mound, and BK took the ball in relief. The first batter he faced, Dinger, singled, but BK stranded him, retiring the next two batters to end the inning.

Eastbound couldn’t reach base in the top of the third, as Christian and Nate each grounded out to center to end the inning. Eastbound continued to rotate pitchers in the bottom of the third, switching to Cara. She retired Joey for the first out, and then struck out Dinger to end the inning.

Joey, who pitched a two-hit shutout for Cookies & Cream in the 4-0 win, delivers a pitch to Cara of Eastbound.

Joey, who pitched a two-hit shutout for Cookies & Cream in the 4-0 win, delivers a pitch to Cara of Eastbound.

Joey continued to pitch perfect innings in the top of the fourth, retiring Cara and Kyle in order, and the score remained 3-0. Eastbound kept the pitching carousel going in the bottom of the fourth, putting BK back on the mound. He retired the side in order, sending Jordan and Blose down consecutively.

Joey had been perfect through four innings, retiring the first eight batters that he faced. The perfect game bid ended in the fifth, however, as BK led off the inning with a line-drive off the backboard of the basketball hoop in left that resulted in a single. Eastbound couldn’t rally to cut into the Cookies lead, as the next batter, Christian, grounded out to Blose in left. Blose then promptly got the ball to the mound, catching BK in between first and second to complete the double play, ending the inning.

Joey went 2-for-4 at the plate with a double, a homer, 2 runs scored, and an RBI.

Joey went 2-for-4 at the plate with a double, a homer, 2 runs scored, and an RBI.

Cara returned to the mound in the bottom of the fifth, and the first batter she faced, Joey, hit a solo homer to left. Dinger followed with a single, but Cara minimized the damage, retiring the next two batters to end the inning.

Eastbound trailed 4-0 heading into their final at-bat. Joey remained on the mound, and he gave up his second hit of the game when Nate started the inning with a double. Eastbound couldn’t capitalize, as Joey retired Cara and Kyle to strand Nate, end the inning, and give Cookies & Cream the 4-0 win.

The win moved Cookies & Cream to 5-0, and Eastbound dropped to 0-5 with the loss.

W: Joey (2-0)
L: Christian (0-3)

Box Score

Game Notes:
– Joey pitched the complete game two-hit shutout for Cookies & Cream. He pitched 6 innings, retiring the first eight batters he faced and 11 of 13 in total.
– Christian took the loss for Eastbound in only one inning of work, allowing 3 runs on 4 hits.
– BK pitched two innings of relief for Eastbound, giving up a single hit and no runs.
– Cara also pitched two innings of relief, allowing a run on 2 hits and striking out one.
– Joey led Cookies at the plate, going 2-for-4 with a double, a home run, 2 runs scored, and an RBI.
– Nate and BK had the only two hits for Eastbound.

Tom Homers Twice in Bottom of the Fifth to Lead Late Questionable Outfit Rally Over Ham Slams

20 May
Questionable Outfit celebrate at the plate after one of Tom's two solo shots in the bottom of the fifth

Questionable Outfit celebrate at the plate after one of Tom’s two solo shots in the bottom of the fifth

Behind Tim’s strong pitching performance and solid fielding, the Ham Slams lead for five innings and held Questionable Outfit’s bats in check. But in the bottom of the fifth, as they often do, the Questionable bats exploded, and four runs later Questionable had a three-run lead that they held on to, winning 6-3.

Nate took the mound for Questionable Outfit, and he started well, retiring Josh and Dan in order in the top of the first. Tim made the start for the Ham Slams, and he matched Nate in the bottom half of the inning, retiring Bob and Mike consecutively.

Adam, making his first appearance of the 2016 season, singled with one out in the top of the second, but Nate stranded him, retiring Josh to end the inning. Tim continued to roll in the bottom of the second, retiring the side in order, and the score was tied at 0-0 through two innings.

Nate of Questionable Outfit delivers a pitch to Adam of the Ham Slams. Adam was 2-for-4 with a single, a double, a run scored, and an RBI in his 2016 debut.

Nate of Questionable Outfit delivers a pitch to Adam of the Ham Slams. Adam was 2-for-4 with a single, a double, a run scored, and an RBI in his 2016 debut.

The Ham Slams would get to Nate in the top of the third, taking an early lead. Dan singled, and he scored from first when Tim followed with an RBI triple to make the score 1-0. Adam then hit an RBI double to score Tim, and the Ham Slams lead 2-0. Two batters later, Dan hit a one-out RBI single, scoring Adam, pushing the Ham Slams lead to 3-0. Tim then singled, and just when it looked like the Slams would blow it open, Nate buckled down and retired Adam, ending the inning and stranding two runners.

Dan had three hits for the Ham Slams, including an RBI single in the third inning

Dan had three hits for the Ham Slams, including an RBI single in the third inning

Down three, Questionable bounced back in the bottom of the third and cut into the Ham Slams lead. Bob led off with a double and moved to third on a Mike single. Nate then grounded out to left for the first out of the inning, but Bob scored on the play, cutting the Slams lead to 3-1. Tom followed with an RBI triple, scoring Mike, and the score was 3-2. The tying run was on third, but Bob couldn’t capitalize, as Tim retired him to end the inning and maintain a one-run lead.

In the top of the fourth, Dan hit a one-out double, but he was caught in between bases trying to extend the hit into a triple, ending the inning. Tim cruised through the bottom of the fourth, retiring the side in order.

In what seemed like a deja vu, Tim led off the top of the fifth with double, but like Dan in the previous inning, he was caught in between second and third trying to extend the hit into a triple, and was retired for the first out of the inning. Nate then got Adam to groundout to left for the second out.

Down 3-2, Questionable had only managed three hits through four innings, but they rallied in a big way in the bottom of the fifth. Tom led off the inning with a solo blast to left, tying the game at 3-3. Bob followed with a triple, and Mike drove him in with a two-run homer to center, and Questionable had taken their first lead of the game at 5-3. Two batters later, Tom crushed his second solo homer of the inning, and Questionable had opened up a 6-3 lead. Bob followed with a single, but when the next batter, Mike, also singled, Bob was caught in between bases for the second out, ending the rally.

With Bob on third, Mike launched a two-run blast that put Questionable Outfit ahead for the first time in the game

With Bob on third, Mike launched a two-run blast that put Questionable Outfit ahead for the first time in the game

After leading through five, the Ham Slams found themselves trailing by three runs heading into their final at-bat in the top of the sixth. Nate remained on the mound, and he shut down the Slams quickly. Josh and Dan were retired in order to end the inning and the game, giving Questionable Outfit a 6-3 win.

The win moved Questionable to 3-1 on the season, and the loss dropped the Ham Slams to 1-3.

W: Nate (2-0)
L: Tim (0-1)

Box Score

Game Notes:
– Nate pitched the complete game victory for Questionable Outfit, allowing 3 runs on 8 hits in 6 innings pitched.
– Tim took the loss for the Ham Slams, giving up 6 runs on 9 hits in 5 innings.
– Tom led Questionable Outfit at the plate, going 3-for-4 with a triple, 2 homers, 2 runs scored, and 3 RBI.
– Tim went 3-for-4 for the Ham Slams, with a single, a double, a triple, a run scored, and an RBI.

Guthrie Repeats as Pabst Blue Ribbon Wiffler of the Week for Week 2

20 May
Guthrie has started the 2016 wiffle season on a rampage, playing at a high level on offense and on the mound

Guthrie has started the 2016 wiffle season on a rampage, playing at a high level on offense and on the mound

Guthrie became the first player since Bob (Questionable Outfit) in 2014 to start a wiffle season by winning PBR Wiffler of the Week for both of the first two weeks of the season. Narrowly edging his teammate Joey in the vote total, Guthrie earned Wiffler of the Week honors after another great performance at the plate and on the mound, carrying his team to two week 2 victories.

After dominating week 1, Guthrie picked up where he left off and went 9-for-14 at the plate in week 2 with four singles, a triple, four home runs, and six RBI. On the mound, he pitched a complete game win against Eastbound & Dahn, allowing two runs while scattering eight hits and moving to 2-0 on the season.

This marks the eighth time Guthrie has earned Wiffler of the Week honors, and after only two weeks, he’s the front runner for EWL Wiffler of the Year.

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