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What better place to meet your friends
And catch up on all of the news than
standing behind Hetzells batting cage?

This will be our News and Notes Section of the homepage.







RE-VISIT THE MEMORIES OF FRIDAY NIGHT JUNE 25, 2004
The game that took 49 years to play...............



WELCOME FANS & VISITORS TO THE PLAYER ~ TEAM & 2005 LEAGUE NEWS WITH INSIDE STORIES ~ INTERVIEWS AND UP DATES ON INJURIES ~ PLAYERS COMING AND GOING & HOT RUMORS ALL YEAR AROUND ~~ IF YOUR NOT AN E-MAIL MEMBER YET? WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? SEND US YOUR NAME AND E-MAIL ADDRESS AND YOU'LL GET UP-DATES BEFORE ANYONE ELSE ALL YEAR AROUND.......
Become a "Rotan E-Mail Member" There are more then 100 members to date that receive information some that is never even put on the leagues web-site. You will always be the first to know by e-mail about rain outs and inside info on what happened at the league meetings, Your given first hand information on new rules, And the winter meetings one in September and the other in January could prove to be very informative as to new teams new rules (if any) You'll be hearing first about these things like you were right there at the meeting yourself.

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ILLEGAL BATS 2005
2. BATS -
All double and triple wall bats are banned in this league. Single wall bats are the only bats permitted at any time.(UP DATED ON 1/27/2003)
CHALLENGING A BAT


1. The coach of the team making the challeng will call a time out and tell the umpire the bat is illegal.

2. The umpire will take the bat from the batter and hand it to Jack Moore or Bill Wilcox.

3. The team challening the bat will have 24 hours to pay a protest fee of $50.00. If the bat is judged to be illegal. The $50.00 fee will be returnd to the challenging team.

PENALTY
4. The penalty for the team using the bat - Will be forfeiture of that game and the team will lose its $100.00 forfeit fee. Second offense expulsion from the league. This new up-dated rule was voted into the league by each team with a unanimous 7 to 0.



2005 LEAGUE PRIZE MONEY BREAKDOWN
League Season Champion
$1.000
Season Runner Up
$400.00
Playoff Champion
$900.00
Playoff Runner Up
$300.00

$2,600.00 Total






HOW THE 2005 PLAYOFFS WILL BE PLAYED

All six teams will make the playoffs. With the top two teams getting a bye
6 plays 3 & 5 plays 4







GAME DAY TEAM LINE UP CARDS
Coaches & Umpires please take Note: Commissioner Wilcox has made it clear that a line up card is to be filled out correctly with the players full name the teams name and the date. Last season some teams that had two or three Bob's on the team were puting Bob at first Bob at catching and Bob in the outfield. Any card not filled in with the players full name. That player will not get credit for that game. Remember players need 12 games to be eligible to play in the 2005 playoffs. also new this season NEW RULE 1-19-2004

Line up cards will be exchanged by the coaches untill the 3rd. inning. To make sure that only players at the game will be on the cards. After the third inning ends the cards will be given to the umpires. Any player coming to the game before the end of the forth inning. The coach will ask the umpire for his card and tell the other team that he is being added to the line up card.
Any Coach caught adding a players name to a card after the forth inning will be suspended for three games. If ever caught again that person would be suspended for life.






DIRECTIONS TO OUR FIELD
Hetzells Field At Columbia Ave & Thompson St.
Philadelphia Pa. Fishtown

From the Northeast take I95 south to the Girard Ave. exit stay on the right side go four blocks to Palmer St. turn right go one and a half blocks to Thompson St. (Adair School) Turn left one block to the feild. From South Philadelphia Take Delaware Ave. to Frankford Ave. turn left about four blocks to Columbia Ave. turn right one block to the field. or take 3rd. Street to Girard Ave. turn right three blocks to Frankford Ave. turn left two blocks to Belgrade St. Take Belgrade two blocks turn right at Columbia Ave. and your at the field.

Games are played Monday And Tuesday at 8:15pm. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 7:00pm & 8:15pm.



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MOST AND THE LEAST
WE REACHED 115,000 VISITORS ON AUGUST 1, 2005

From the beginning (April 10, 1999) we thought this would be just a little neighborhood softball website. But it has proven to be much more then just that. There are many people from all over the U.S.A. that enjoy our site daily and come back to the site a few times each week. We are also told that this site is doing better then some company sites. We have already hit an unbelievable 115,000. That is an average of 16,428 visitors a year. We would like to say is a big THANK YOU we will keep on doing everything possible to keep you all up-dated on our league news As soon as it happens year around.
PLEASE RETURN SOON


THE MOST VISITORS IN ONE WEEK TO OUR SITE WAS
1464 the week of July 21st. to July 28, 2002
THE FEWEST VISITORS IN ONE WEEK TO OUR SITE WAS
37 the week of February 25th, to February 31, 2000

THE FASTEST 5000 VISITORS TO OUR SITE WAS

May 15, to June 11, 2005



Site Built
00,000 ~ 4/10/1999 ~ VISITORS
10,000 ~ 8/5/2000 ~ VISITORS
15,000 ~ 4/27/2001 ~ VISITORS
20,000 ~ 7/16/2001 ~ VISITORS
25,000 ~ 1/30/2002 ~ VISITORS
30,000 ~ 5/6/2002 ~ VISITORS
35,000 ~ 6/17/2002 ~ VISITORS
40,000 ~ 7/17/2002 ~ VISITORS
45,000 ~ 8/12/2002 VISITORS
50,000 ~ 10/13/2002 ~ VISITORS
55,000 ~ 3/10/2003 ~ VISITORS
60,000 ~ 5/5/2003 ~ VISITORS
65,000 ~ 6/20/2003 ~ VISITORS
70,000 ~ 8/2/2003 ~ VISITORS
75,000 ~ 11/26/2003 ~ VISITORS
80,000 ~ 4/20/2004 ~ VISITORS
85,000 ~ 6-11-2004 ~ VISITORS
90,000 ~ 8-12-2004 ~ VISITORS
95,000 ~ 1-12-2005 ~ VISITORS
100,000 ~ 4-18-2005 ~ ~ VISITORS

105,000 ~ 5-15-2005 ~ VISITORS
110,000 ~ 6-11-2005 ~ VISITORS
115,000 ~ 8-1-2005 ~ VISITORS
120,000 ~ DATE ? ~ VISITORS


PLEASE SUPPORT OUR LEAGUE SPONSORS
Anthony's Cafe ~ Passing Time Cafe ~ Fishtown Tavern ~ Chug A Mug Bar ~ Murph's Bar ~ T. Nagel Roofing





BE A PART OF A GREAT SOFTBALL LEAGUE


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OK, here is your chance to join the best modified softball league in the City of Philadelphia

If you are on a good modified team that would like to play in our league please get intouch with us A.S.A.P. give us away to get intouch with you. With eight teams we play a 28 game schedule. With allstar games Vs. A league from New York and Boston and our champions of 2004 plays in the second game. You would play two games a week Mon/Fri. The top five teams make the playoffs. The league starts in early April and ends about the second week in August. Again this is the best modified softball league left in Philadelphia. If your team is interested in playing in this league? You must send us a e-mail to let us know you would like to play here


MULTI -WALL BAT



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HERE ARE THE STEPS TO PROTEST A MULII WALL BAT
1. The coach will stop the game and inform the umpire that the bat being used is a Multi Wall Bat. And that your team is playing the game under protest. (If you win you do not file the protest)

2. Be sure that the umpire notes the bat and after the game takes the bat and gets it to Bill Wilcox Or Jack Moore. (The team may use the bat the rest of that game)

3. After the game put your protest into writing (Be sure to put the name of the bat and number) along with the $50.00 protest fee. (If the bat is mulit wall you'll get your money back) If the bat is good the money go's into the final championship round prize money

BATS -
All double and triple wall bats are banned in this league. Single wall bats are the only bats permitted at any time. PENALTY - For using the above bats will be forfeiture of that game and the team will lose its $100.00 forfeit fee. Second offense expulsion from the league.





Hitting to the Opposite Field
by Jack Moore
Very few players know why you hit the ball to the right side and most don't really care. It's called giving yourself up for the good of the team. A "TEAM PLAYER" don't have the time to worry about his batting average being higher then the other guys on the team. He just thinks of winning. It's the teams that do the little things right that win most of the time. I was standing back of the batting cage the other night when a person asked me why more teams don't move their players along? (Hitting to the right side, moving them up into scoring position) At Hetzells there are few teams that think about doing these kind of things. But again those that do are always the teams on top of the standings year in and year out.

Placement hitting is all about stance, alignment, step and stroke.

Stance: I don't like you to give away where you want to go with the ball any more than you have to, so try to keep a comfortable, consistent stance. That usually means feet about shoulder width, hips and shoulders aligned and pointed at second base, hands back and high. personally high hands is important in modified softball; if you drop your hands you'll tend to uppercut the ball which results in more pop ups. It levels your swing and lets you hit more line drives.

Alignment: To go opposite field stand further from the plate in the batters box and closer to the pitcher. You're really looking for an outside pitch to take to the opposite field and by standing away in the batters box it's harder for the pitcher to jam you and still throw strikes. (Note: a good pitcher who sees you off the plate may deliberately try to pitch you outside so don't stand so far that you can't get to the outside of the plate or you may get struck out.) Standing closer to the pitcher means that a strike is going to descend deeper back in your swing - a deeper pitch is easier to take to the opposite field. If the pitcher knows you want to go that way he may deliberately try to pitch you short.

Step: To go opposite field, take your step that way. Never move your back foot unless you have to, I prefer to let your front foot close your stance on the step, basically step towards the pitcher and towards the plate - placing your heel slightly past the line where your toes were. That closes your stance, turns your hips towards the right and helps you take the ball that way.

Swing: Be patient. You need to wait on the ball to go opposite field. Keep the hands high because it's easy to uppercut when you're trying to go that way. You want to get your hands out in front of the barrel of the bat on your swing. If you can do all of that you can go opposite field.
Good luck and have fun!




PLAYERS & COACHES SERVING SUSPENSIONS 2006 SEASON

NAME------------TEAM------------GAMES---------- ----------------------------------- STARTING DATE---RETURN DATE (With No Rain)


    SUSPENSIONS TO START OPENING NIGHT 2006 SEASON
  1. - Donald Dougherty Jr.---Fishtown-----------1------Start 2006 season---
  2. - Bob Markley-----------Freddy's Friends----3------Start 2006 season---
  3. -

2006 SEASON PLAYER EJECTIONS
  • - Donald Dougherty Jr.---Fishtown--1---2006 season---
  • - Bob Markley---Freddy's Friends---3--2006 season---


    Rule #1 SUSPENSIONS

    1. First time a player/coach/or manager is ejected from a game season or playoff...Will receive a (1) game suspension.

    2. After that the same player/coach/ or manager ejected from a game season or playoff...Will be suspended for (3) three games for each ejection.

    3. Any player/coach/ or manager being ejected in the playoffs. This suspension would carry over into the next season, or until the suspension would end.

    4. Any player/coach/ or manager that is on a suspension and comes to a game and gets into any type of argument because of any call made by a umpire. Will be suspended for (10) ten games. If this person causes any more trouble in anyway during or after the ten game suspension, he will be suspended from the league for (1) one year from that date.

    Read full list of suspensions on the "RULES" Page
    Click Here To Read

  • UMPIRES CALL/E-MAIL IN YOUR REPORT:
    Umpires are to call Jack Moore or e-mail him right after a game. With Players name & Team when there was a ejection in a game.


    E-MAIL




    REASON:
    During the 2002 season a person was ejected from a game. The league was never informed. This person was to set out a one game suspension. But two nights later when his team was playing he was at a base coaching. During this game he again got into another argument that lead another ejection. At this point the league was informed and he was given a ten game suspension. Because of this incident the Commissioner will have umpires call in right after any game and inform the league and give the persons name that was ejected from a game. The Commissioner has also asked that the name be put on the leagues website so that this could never happed again.





    2005 RAIN OUTS


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    THERE ARE NO RAIN OUT GAMES AS OF THIS DATE
    Your teams rain outs will be re-scheduled A.S.A.P.

    Click for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Forecast



    50th SEASON


    2005 SCHEDULE

    FIRST TEAM IS HOME


    1. April 25, ~ Murph's Bar ~ 10 Vs. Nagel Roofing - 12
    2. April 26, ~ Chug A Mug ~ 11 Vs. Fishtown - 12
    3. April 27, ~ Anthony’s ~ 9 Vs. Freddy’s Friends - 19
    4. April 27, ~ Nagel Roofing Vs. Chug A Mug - 8:15pm ~ Game Canceled so team can attend friends wake
    5. April 28, ~ Fishtown ~ 18 Vs. Anthony’s - 19
    6. April 28, ~ Freddy’s Friends ~ 17 Vs. Warriors - 9
    7. April 29, ~ Fishtown ~ 4 Vs. Nagel Roofing - 12
    8. April 29, ~ Warriors ~ 6 Vs. Murph's Bar - 18


      MAY

    9. May 2, ~ Nagel Roofing ~ 24 Vs. Anthony’s - 25
    10. May 3, ~ Freddy’s Friends ~ 12 Vs .Fishtown - 2
    11. May 4, ~ Murph's Bar ~ 12 Vs. Chug A Mug - 7
    12. May 4, ~ Warriors ~ 4 Vs. Anthony’s - 3
    13. May 5, ~ Chug A Mug ~ 2 Vs. Anthony’s ~ 16
    14. May 5, ~ Fishtown ~ 8 Vs. Warriors - 9
    15. May 6, ~ Fishtown ~ 3 Vs. Murph's Bar - 14
    16. May 6, ~ Freddy’s Friends ~ 0 Vs. Nagel Roofing - 10


    17. May 9, ~ Anthony’s ~ 8 Vs. Murph's Bar - 12
    18. May 10, ~ Nagel Roofing ~ 6 Vs. Warriors - 4
    19. May 11, ~ Chug A Mug ~ 2 Vs. Freddy’s Friends - 8
    20. May 11, ~ RAIN OUT - 8:15pm
    21. May 12, ~ Anthony’s ~ 6 Vs. Fishtown - 5
    22. May 12, ~ Chug A Mug ~ 6 Vs. Nagel Roofing - 4
    23. May 13, ~ Warriors ~ 13 Vs. Fishtown - 2
    24. May 13, ~ Freddy’s Friends ~ 8 Vs. Murph's Bar - 16


    25. May 16, ~ Chug A Mug ~ 10 Vs. Warriors - 4
    26. May 17, ~ Nagel Roofing ~ 2 Vs. Murph's Bar - 12
    27. May 18, ~ Fishtown ~ 13 Vs. Chug A Mug - 2
    28. May 18, ~ RAIN OUT - 8:15pm
    29. May 19, ~ Anthony’s ~ 8 Vs. Nagel Roofing - 7
    30. May 19, ~ Warriors ~ 0 Vs. Freddy’s Friends - 7 FF
    31. May 20, ~ Freddy’s Friends Vs. Anthony’s - R/O
    32. May 20, ~ Murph's Bar Vs. Fishtown - R/O


    33. May 23, ~ Nagel Roofing ~ 6 Vs. Freddy’s Friends - 3
    34. May 24, ~ Anthony’s ~ 3 Vs. Chug A Mug - 14
    35. May 25, ~ Fishtown ~ 7 Vs. Freddy’s Friends - 6
    36. May 25, ~ RAIN OUT - 8:15pm
    37. May 26, ~ Murph's Bar ~ 14 Vs. Warriors - 3
    38. May 26, ~ Nagel Roofing ~ 12 Vs Fishtown - 2
    39. May 27/30, NO GAMES HOLIDAY
    40. May 31, ~ Chug A Mug ~ 2 Vs. Murph's Bar – 10


      JUNE

    41. June 1, ~ Warriors ~ 0 Vs. Nagel Roofing - 12
    42. June 1, ~ Freddy’s Friends ~ 3 Vs. Chug A Mug - 13
    43. June 2, ~ Murph's Bar ~ 14 Vs. Anthony’s - 4
    44. June 2, ~ Fishtown ~ 1 Vs. Freddy’s Friends - 16
    45. June 3, ~ Warriors Vs. Murph's Bar - RAIN OUT
    46. June 3, ~ Nagel Roofing Vs. Fishtown - RAIN OUT


    47. June 6 ~ Anthony’s Vs. Warriors - R/O
    48. June 7, ~ Murph's Bar ~ 13 Vs. Freddy’s Friends - 12
    49. June 8, ~
      TAKE NOTE:
      REVISED SCHEDULE BELOW


    50. June 20, ~ Nagel Roofing ~ 10 Vs. Freddy’s Friends - 16
    51. June 21, ~ Anthony’s ~ 3 Vs. Murph's Bar ~ 11
    52. June 22, ~ Chug A Mug ~ 16 Vs. Anthony's - 5
    53. June 22, ~ No Game
    54. June 23, ~ Murph's ~ 19 Vs. Fishtown - 9
    55. June 23, ~ No Game
    56. June 24, ~ Freddy’s Friends ~ 0 Vs. Murph's Bar ~ 8
    57. June 24 ~ Nagel Roofing ~ 23 Vs. Fishtown - 6


    58. June 27, ~ Anthony’s Vs. Freddy’s Friends - 8:15pm -RAIN OUT
    59. June28, ~ Nagle Roofing ~ 5 Vs. Chug A Mug - 15
    60. June29, ~ Fishtown ~ 5 Vs. Murph's Bar - 17
    61. June 29, ~ Freddy’s Friends ~ 8 Vs. Nagel Roofing - 7
    62. June 30, ~ Anthony’s ~ 9 Vs. Fishtown - 16
    63. June 30, ~ Murph's Bar ~ 12 Vs. Chug A Mug - 2

      NO GAMES JULY 1, HOLIDAY
    64. July 5, ~ Nagel Roofing ~ 9 Vs. Chug A Mug - 8
    65. July 6, ~ Murph's Bar ~ 7 Vs. Anthony’s - 8
    66. July 6, ~ Chug A Mug ~ 8 Vs. Fishtown - 9
    67. July 7, ~ Fishtown ~ 2 Vs. Nagel Roofing - 12
    68. July 7, ~ Anthony’s ~ 7 Vs. Chug A Mug - 8
    69. July 8, ~ Murph's Bar ~ 16 Vs. Freddy’s Friends - 15 ~ Season Championship Game
    70. July 8, ~ Nagle Roofing ~ 10 Vs. Anthony's - 5


    71. July 11, ~ Anthony’s ~ 22 Vs. Fishtown ~ 12
    72. July 11, ~ Nagel Roofing ~ 13 Vs. Murph's ~ 9
    73. July 12, ~ Freddy’s Friends ~ 4 Vs. Chug A Mug ~ 2
    74. July 13, ~ Anthony’s ~ 3 Vs. Nagel Roofing ~ 6
    75. July 13, ~ Fishtown ~ 12 Vs. Freddy's Friends ~ 2
    76. July 14, ~ Murph's Bar ~ 0 Vs. Fishtown ~ 10
    77. July 14, ~ Chug A Mug ~ 0 Vs. Nagle Roofing - 7 - F/F
    78. July 15th. Cancedled Tournament
    79. July 15th. Cancedled Tournament


    80. July 18, ~ Freddy's Friends Vs.Chug A Mug - 7pm -Rained Out
    81. July 18, ~ Nagle Vs. Murphy's – 8:15pm - Rained Out
    82. July 19, ~ Fishtown ~ 2 Vs. Chug A Mug - 1
    83. July 19, ~ Anthony's ~ 10 Vs. Freddy's Friends – 2
    84. July 20 ~ Chug A Mug ~ 5 Vs. Freddy's Friends ~ 15
    85. July 21 ~ Freddy’s Friends ~ 3 Vs. Anthony's ~ 7
    86. July 21 ~ Chug A Mug ~ 1 Vs. Murph's Bar ~ 5
    87. July 22 ~ Anthony's ~ 4 Vs. Freddy's - 19


    THIS ENDS THE 2005 SEASON




    THE LEAGUE ASK PLAYERS AND FANS
    TO PLEASE PUT ALL TRASH INTO
    ONE OF THE TRASH BARREL'S AROUND THE FIELD
    THANK YOU FOR HELPING US TO KEEP THE FIELD CLEAN & SAFE.

    TEAMS ARE ASKED TO CALL IN THE SCORE AFTER EACH GAME
    OR DROP IT IN THE LEAGUES MAIL BOX BELOW
    Dave Rotan Softball League



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    WELCOME TO MAGGIE'S CORNER

    By Maggie O'Brien






    WHATS GOING ON IN FISHTOWN TODAY?
    UPDATED ~ November 22, 2005

    Fishtown Neighbors Association SUPPER WITH SANTA He's making a list and checking it twice!! Come join Santa for supper at the Fishtown Recreation Center on Tuesday, December 6th! A yummy dinner will be served from 5:30 to 6:30; pictures with Santa and the Mrs will be available from 6:30 to 7:30 and a surprise guest at 6PM. The first 100 children will receive a gift from Santa! Dinner will be $2.50 per person and pictures are $3.00.

    A CHILD'S CHRISTMAS IN FISHTOWN On December 13 & 15th enjoy an original Holiday production. Neighborhood children and adults will perform this adaptation of the famous Dylan Thomas story A Child's Christmas in Wales. What a great way to get into the holiday spirit! An exciting event for the entire community! Children and adults will love the Fishtown version of this classic! The show will take place in the auditorium of Penn Treaty School. Admission is $5.

    WHATEVER IT TAKES SCHOOL RALLY The school rallies held on November 10th were a huge success. The children received WHATEVER IT TAKES wrist bands and pledged to set goals and stay away from drugs and alcohol. A special thank you to Captain Campione and the officers of the 26th District and Clare Keller for their help with this event. Next on the agenda is a plan to form a Community Council of students from each school.

    SPELLING BEE CHAMPS Congratulations to Jodi Luera of Adaire School and Kristina Hewitt of Holy Name!! The 2005 Spelling Bee winners!! Great job!

    FNA BEAUTIFICATION COMMITTEE Is hard at work with a list of ideas and programs that will help Fishtown to become a cleaner, more beautiful neighborhood. On the agenda: (1)The home address signs are back! Order forms for the signs are available at and through the Spirit newspaper. Signs are $40 each including the hardware. (2)The group will ask local business to join the fight against litter and help our community to look its best by keeping the area around their stores tidy and also businesses selling food will be asked to place a receptacle outside of their door. (3) Golden Fish Award will be given to the business that goes the extra mile to be a good neighbor and keep their area clean. Look for polls in the Spirit, Star and FNA website so you can vote for a business you know that does a clean sweep! (4) The group is asking that everyone gets ready for the holidays by sweeping their walk and street--let's make Fishtown shine this season! (5) Beautification is in the process of obtaining brochures from the Streets Department that will supply residents with useful information on how to fight graffiti and important numbers to call to report trash put out on the wrong night, and other issues that cause neighborhood eye sores.

    TOGETHER FOR THE HOLIDAYS How would you like to do your Holiday shopping while sipping a glass of chilled wine? How easy would your list be if you could simply stroll along and pick and choose gifts while munching some heavenly cheese and fabulous hors d'oeurves? Oh you may think that you would have to go to Rodeo Drive in California for these luxuries. But no!! You can have them right here in Fishtown at the Saint Laurentius Ladies Guild Together for the Holidays Adult Night Out . This holiday shopping extravaganza will be held on Friday, December 2nd at 7PM. Over 15 vendors will be offering fabulous merchandise to give the perfect gifts to your family, friends and of course a treat for yourself. Crafts, jewelry, cosmetics, home decor, something for everyone! The admission is only $5 and can be paid at the door. St. Laurentius is located at Memphis and Berks.














    REMEMBERING OUR PLAYERS & COACHES
    WHO HAVE PASSED AWAY

    David Rotan Sr.
    Tommy ("Porky") Gallagher
    James (Jimo) Fox
    David (Bopper) Neary
    Richy Farley
    Danny Shissler Sr.
    Bill ("Mr. G") Gassman Sr.
    Chrisie Smith
    Mike ("Moe") Andrews Jr.
    Dennis Seaman
    V.J. Burns
    Jim Strunk
    George keys
    Lefty O'Tool
    James (Turk )Miskell
    Ronnie Lesinski
    Al Swezack
    Tucker Brown


    If you know of any former player/coach that has passed. And we do not have their name listed here please e-mail it to us. And we will add it right away

    Thank You The David Rotan Sr. Softball League




    E-MAIL DAVE ROTAN SOFTBALL



    UP-DATED JULY 30, 2005
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    COMPARING THE 2005 FINAL 4 PLAYOFF TEAMS.


    Use our book of stats to find your team.

    Your right this is a brand new season and who cares what the teams did during the season. But there are still some people that would like to see again what teams did against each other in 2005. So for those that are interested here are the over all 2005 stats for the teams playing each other in this years Semi and Championship Final Rounds...........

    Freddy’s Vs. Murph’s
    16---8---Murph’s—May 13
    12--13---Murph’s –June 7
    8---0—-- Murph’s—June 24
    15--16—--Murph’s—July 8
    Murph’s takes season series 4 to 0 And out scored Freddy's in 4 games 53 to 35

    Playoffs Semi Finals Games
    1. 2.



    Anthony’s Vs Freddy’s
    19---9—Freddy’s—April 27
    10---2—Anthony’s—July 19
    8---2—Freddy’s—July 21
    12---2—Freddy’s—July 22
    Freddy’s takes season series 3 to 1 and out scored Anthony's in 4 season games 41 to 23





    Freddy’s Vs. Nagel
    10---0 -Nagel---May 6
    6---3--Nagel---May 23
    16-10--Freddy’s---June 20
    8---7---Freddy’s---June 29
    Teams split season series and Nagels out scored Freddy's in 4 season games 30 to 27 Playoffs Semi Finals Games
    1.Freddy's 13 to 4 – July 28
    2.



    Anthony’s Vs. Nagel
    24---23---Anthony's--May 2
    8---7--—Anthony’s—-May 19
    10---5-—Nagel—-July 8
    6---3---Nagel—July 13
    Teams split season series Nagels out scored Anthony in 4 season games by just 43 to 40





    Anthony’s Vs. Murph’s
    12---8---Murph’s---May 9
    14---4---Murph’s—June 2
    11---3---Murph’s---June 21
    7---5---Anthony’s—July 6
    Murph’s takes series 3 to 1 and out scoresd Anthony's 42 to 22 in 4 season games

    Playoffs Semi Finals Games
    1.Anthony’s 12 to 7 – July 28
    2.Murph's 25 to 3
    3.



    Nagel Roofing Vs. Murph’s
    12---10---Nagel---April 25
    12---2—Murph’s---May 17
    13---9---Nagel---July 11
    Nagel takes series 2 to 1
    The fourth game of this series was never played (not needed for standings)
    But in three season games Murph's out scored Nagel 31 to 27