Thursday, May 1, 2008

In the news...

Which Free Agents Will Be Signed?

After a lackluster performance with the bats last week, the Free Agents redeemed themselves this evening at Coffey Fields on the campus of The Ohio State University, obliterating the competition tonight in 5 innings. The top of the 5th inning proved to be too much for the competition, as the Free Agents batted around 3 times and scored 15 runs to go ahead 25-6. The competition was unable to come back in the bottom of the 5th inning and went down in order again Free Agent ace Kristin Miller. The Free Agents offense was lead by second baseman Natalie Monroe and first baseman Nicole Paloney, each of whom had 4 hits.

The Free Agents showed spunk and determination this week after losing to the Bomber's last week. Last year, the Free Agents were 2-0 against the Bombers in the regular season and eventually beat them to win the league championship. Last week's struggles at the plate were long forgotten tonight, as the game ended in the 5th inning tonight due to the 15 run mercy rule. In addition to their bats being on fire tonight, the Free Agent's gloves were on fire as well, as solid defense was the name of the game tonight.

It is still too early in the season to see which, if any teams, express an interest in signing any players. Meanwhile, according to manager Kristin Miller, the team will attempt to continue down the same road they were on tonight. Stay tuned to see if this story is continued next week!!!

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