GARRISON CREEK GAMMA RAYS GO NUCLEAR! (1-1-0)
The Gamma Rays played two games and split the molecules! In Week 8 the Gamma Rays created a rainbow miracle come-from-behind victory to give the Moulin Rouge River Riff Raff their first loss of the season 13-12. In Week 10 a historic moon shot by sub Lucky Visvanathan was tracked down in one of the all-time great outfield catches in Field of Dreamers history by Yuri Gagarin Medal of Honour Winning Cosmonaut Darren Puscas – the Gamma Rays fell 13-12 to Credit River!
CREDIT RIVER COSMONAUTS BEGIN ORBIT (1-1-0)
The Cosmonauts also played two games over this span and also split their schedule. In Week 9 they torpedoed down from space and fell 15-3 to the Humber River Hype. In Week 10 using kick-saves via Annelies, mighty double plays, and Darren Puscas’ taking flight they were victorious against Garrison Creek by a score of 13-12!
[MOULIN] ROUGE RIVER RIFF RAFF GET SHUT DOWN (0-3-0)
The Riff Raff who began the season 5-0-0 had a hard three weeks where they lost all three of their games! In Week 8 they lost a heartbreaker pride game by a score of 13-12 against the Gamma Rays. In Week 9 they were overmatched by a strong Don squad and fell 12-9. In Week 10, they were shocked by a 10 run Hype final inning highlighted by a Corey Snelgrove grand slam to fall 14-13. Despite this slide, they remain in the top spot in the standings at 5-3-0!
DON RIVER GOIN’ GOIN’ DON! BLAST OFF (2-0-0)
The Don River squad had a fantastic three weeks going 2-0 in the games they played. The Goin’ Goin’ Dons showed out for a powerfest against the Humber River Hype during the Pride Game – winning 20-9. In Week 9 they continued their slugging by handing Rouge their second loss of the season with a 12-9 victory. Don River is looking like a team in ascent and the question will be – does it have enough to get out of the park?
THE HUMBER RIVER HYPE – GET A PITCHFORK BEST NEW MUSIC RATING (2-1-0)
Humber River played excellently in their three games during this period! After falling to Don River in a blowout Pride game 20-9, they performed fantastically in Week 9 to claim a 15-3 victory against Credit River and then also in Week 10 where they stunned the Moulin Rouge River Riff Raff! Humber is also surging up the charts and has closed the gap between the three teams ahead of them in the standings.
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Field of Dreamers has seen at least 220 players throughout the history of the league and it’s original team (The Uncertainty/Insurgency) take at least one at-bat. Each players’ stats and milestones are recorded to give you a sense of longevity, growth, and possibility through participation in the league <3
Craig Fortier – becomes first player in league history to reach 125 career doubles (126)!
Annelies Cooper – currently ranks 2nd on the all-time list with 199 career singles!
Sebastien Higgins – see firsts below!
Jenni Klonteig – see firsts below!
Devin Clancy – becomes 13th player in league history to reach 30 career doubles!
Robyn Letson – becomes 14th player in league history to reach 120 career singles!
Jenny Chan – currently tied for 10th on all-time list with 99 career runs batted in!
Rhiannon Cobb – becomes 70th player in league history to score 20 career runs!
Darren Puscas – currently ranks 6th on the all-time list with 153 career runs batted in!
Jill Aoki – becomes 47th player in league history to reach 100 career at-bats (102)!
Kat Kleine – currently tied for 109th on the all-time list with 14 career singles!
Rachele Clemente – becomes 17th player in league history to reach 235 career at-bats!
Joseph Bautista – becomes 14th player in league history to reach 30 career doubles!
Rees Nam– currently tied for 69th on the all-time list with 39 career hits!
Phill Morgan – currently ranks 7th on the all-time list with 18 career home runs!
Laura Shepherd – becomes 83rd player in league history to reach 30 career hits (31)!
TG Wong – currently tied for 73rd on the all-time list with 18 career runs scored!
Tamara Daley- currently tied for 26th on the all-time list with 3 career triples!
Michelle Kidd- currently tied for 71st on the all-time list with 31 career singles!
Laura “Pony” Windhorst – see first below!
Gita Madan – becomes 30th player in league history to reach 10 career doubles!
Krysta Williams – becomes 82nd player in league history to reach 30 career hits!
Kaela Sanborn-Hum – currently tied for 139th in league history with 19 career at-bats!
Jason Carmichael – currently tied for 102nd in league history with 10 career runs scored!
Gunjan Chopra – has 7 hits out of 9 at-bats to begin their career!
Terrance Luscombe – currently tied for 4th on the all-time list with 21 career triples!
Nicole Bond- currently tied for 48th on the all-time list with 6 career doubles!
Sarah Weinberger – becomes 55th player in league history to reach 50 career hits!
Brittany Beaton – becomes 102nd player in league history to reach 20 career hits!
Logan Bodera – becomes 140th player in league history to reach 20 career at-bats!
Syl Aucoin – becomes 110th player in league history to reach 30 career at-bats!
Corey Snelgrove – see firsts below!
Brianna Greaves – currently tied for 25th on the all-time list with 93 career singles!
Manjeet Bedi – currently tied for 68th on the all-time list with 3 career doubles!
Johann Juarez – becomes 2nd player in league history to reach 240 career runs batted in!
Paula John – currently tied for 129th on the all-time list with 22 career at-bats!
Rob Jackson- currently tied for 26th on all-time list with 3 career triples!
Fianna Dirks – currently tied for 39th on the all-time list with 73 career hits!
Stuart Schussler – currently tied for 14th on the all-time list with 9 career triples!
Oskar Eliashevsky – becomes 53rd player in league history to reach 60 career hits!
Claudia Calabro – currently tied for 114th on all-time list with 27 career at-bats!
Shannon Dunham – see firsts below!
Molly Fremes – currently ranks 81st on the all-time list with 53 career at-bats!
Claudia Vergara – currently tied for 115th on all-time list with 13 career singles!
Ted Steenburgh – currently tied for 58th on all-time list with 4 career doubles!
Alie Hermanutz – currently tied for 21st on all-time list with 4 career home-runs!
Matthew Koscic- currently tied for 28th on all-time list with 11 career doubles!
Peter Demakos – currently tied for 22nd on all-time list with 21 career doubles!
Kevin Nguyen – becomes 71st player in league history to reach 60 career at-bats (61)!
Sam Ponting- becomes 72nd player in league history to reach 60 career at-bats!
Jo Jefferson – currently ranks 11th on the all-time list with 267 career at-bats!
Andy Smith – becomes 14th player in league history to reach 100 career runs scored!
Victoria Barnett – currently ranks 29th on the all-time list with 108 career hits!
Nat Saavedra – currently tied for 16th on all-time list with 8 career triples!
Kirsten Dick – see firsts below!
LJ Robinson – becomes 7th player in league history to reach 210 career hits!
Yasmeen Peer – currently tied for 147th on all-time list with 17 career at-bats!
Lainie Basman – currently ranks 19th on all-time list with 138 career hits!
Gab Laurence – currently tied for 144th on all-time list with 11 career hits!
Soren D’Alimonte – currently tied for 116th on all-time list with 16 career hits!
Ruthie Titus – see firsts below!
Chris Yates – becomes 57th player in league history to reach 5 career doubles!
Yassi Aghazadeh – currently tied for 116th on all-time list with 26 career at-bats!
Samira Banihashemi – currently ranks 49th on all-time list with 98 career at-bats!
Cher Dueck – becomes 22nd player in league history to reach 200 career at-bats (203)!
Jax Watson – becomes 129th player in league history to reach 20 career at-bats!
Field of Dreamers has now welcomed 207 players to the plate over the course of our history – the following players represent our newest additions:
Credit River – Sebastien Higgins (first career triple), Jenni Klonteig (first career triple)
Don River – Laura “Pony” Windhorst (first career double)
Humber River – Corey Snelgrove (first career home run – a game winning grand slam!)
Rouge River – Shannon Dunham (first career double)
Garrison Creek – Kirsten Dick (first career triple), Ruth Titus (first career double)
Subs – Cher Dueck, Jax Watson – First Career At-Bats! (220th and 221st player to record at-bats in the league)