West Coast Grinders leading the way in men’s slopitch

West Coast Grinders remain unbeaten in the Men’s Slopitch league. Last week , the Grinders edged KNB Steamers 8-7 and easily knocked off the previously unbeaten Seeco Slammers 15-6.

Madman McKay’s Jays also haven’t dropped a game as they hammered Smokin’ Woody’s 25-1 and followed that up with an 11-7 victory over the Avengers. S&M Swingers trounced the Coco Loco’s 15-1.

Solo La Puntita also ran over the Loco’s 22-1 and knocked off the CV Misfits 11-5. The Misfits played to a 9-9 draw with Weavers Leather Ballbusters. The Ballbusters got slammed by Seeco Slammers 16-2. One other game had the Steamers beat up on the Woody’s 18-1.

– Comox Valley Men’s Slopitch

 

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