BALTIMORE BELTWAY SENIOR SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL LEAGUE

 

 

"Seniors don't quit playing softball because they get old;

they get old because they quit playing."

 

 

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Makeup game results for Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Greenbelt beat the Shoremen 12-2 in the first game. The second game was suspended after 1 inning due to rain - (Originally scheduled April 20)

Silver beat Parkville twice: 6-1 and 15-3 (6 innings) - (Originally scheduled June 15)

Harford County and Carroll Gray split their makeup games: game 1 Harford won 18-6 and game 2 Gray won 10-9 - (Originally scheduled June 15)

Glen Burnie swept the Old Liners 16-11 and 15-14 - (Originally scheduled June 15)

Bel Air won both games from Reisterstown 7-4 and 13-5 - ( played 2 five-innning games - (Originally scheduled July 15)

Bel Air was very active today, as they also forfeited their June 24 game with Greenbelt.

Reisterstown squeezed by Bel Air 1-0 in the third game of their 4-game 5-inning quadruple-header. Bel Air came back in the fourth game to win 10-4 - ( played 2 five-innning games - Originally scheduled June 15)

Dundalk swept Carroll Blue 7-5 and 14-0 - (Originally scheduled July 1)

Glen Elg battered Bowie Bronze 11-3 in game 1. In game 2, with the score tied at 5 after 5 innings, a downpour made the field unplayable. Game will be completed next week if needed. (Originally scheduled July 1)

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Game results for Monday, July 27, 2015

Harford County beat Carroll Blue twice: 17-3 and 7-5.

Howard County improved its won-loss record to 33-3 win a double win over Carroll Gray: 14-5 and 9-7.

Catonsville surprised Dundalk 11-6 in game 1, but Dundalk won 5-3 in game 2.

Parkville upset Bowie Silver 14-11 in the first game, but Silver won the second game 8-2.

Howard Shockers and Glen Burnie duked it out for 2 games: the Schockers edged Burnie 13-12 in game 1; and the Shockers edged Burnie 10-9 in game 2.

Bel Air forfeited its games to the Old Liners after the Old Liners arrived and at the last minute the field keepers decided the field was unplayable. This helped the Old Liners slip past Glen Burnie to take the lead in B division.

In probably the upset of the season, C division cellar dweller Reisterstown beat a solid Bowie Gold team twice in closely played games: 8-7 and 6-4.

In another surprised, the Howard Hitters swept C division leader Glen Elg 14-4 and 5-2.

Bowie Bronze at Shoremen - postponed unplayable field, not yet rescheduled.

Greenbelt - bye

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2015 BBSSL Standings - July 29, 2015
"A" Division
TEAMS
W
L
Pct
GB
Games Played
HOWARD
33
3
0.917
0
36
DUNDALK
27
11
0.711
7
38
HARFORD
18
12
0.600
12
30
GRAY
16
20
0.444
17
36
BLUE
16
24
0.400
19
40
CATON
11
27
0.289
23
38
Subtotal
117
93
 
210
    "B" Division
BURNIE
30
14
0.682
0
44
SILVER
26
14
0.650
2
40
OLD LINERS
27
15
0.643
2
42
SHOCKERS
19
20
0.487
8.5
39
GREENBELT
18
21
0.462
9.5
39
PARKVILLE
8
28
0.222
18
36
Subtotal
121
108
 
229
   "C" Division
GLEN ELG
28
17
0.622
0
45
GOLD
28
20
0.583
1.5
48
BRONZE
21
22
0.488
6
43
HITTERS 
22
24
0.478
6.5
46
BEL AIR
19
24
0.442
8
43
SHORE
9
32
0.220
17
41
REISTER
7
35
0.167
19.5
42
Subtotal
129
166
 
 
295
TOTALS
367
367
 
 
734

 

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BSSL Records and Standings

Over the past several seasons, Rich Costa, who plays for Glen Elg, has designed and prepared a very creative and useful document entitled BSSL Records and Standings. It includes the results of the games played as to wins and losses, the number of times teams have beaten each other and the resulting standings shown by each division. As I have in the past, I intend to included this report in this space throughout the season. To view it, click HERE.

 

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Game Results

For those interested in reviewing a summary of the "Game Results" for all of the games played so far this season, just click on this LINK


 

 

 

 


 


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Updated July 29, 2015 by Joe Valonis