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Wednesday, June 6
Bombers Take 2

The Bombers took the opening weekend doubleheader by scores of 26-0 and 21-3.  Dave Markey picked up the shutout win in his first Bombers game in the opener, while Jonathan Joseph notched the victory in game 2 while also picking up 6 hits between the two games.  Roger Betts hit a grand slam (1) in game 1.

Thursday, August 4
Bombers Crap the Bed

From beat reporter Justin Smith:

The Bombers were besieged by errors, pathetic at bats and a rain cloud they just couldn't shake. After an atrocious quarterfinals defeat,  the Bombers will return badder and better than ever next season for a deeper playoff run.  Although a tough loss is hard to take, the team can revel in knowing that they are collectively the best looking team in DCMSBL history, and most importantly, sons any mother would be proud to call her own.

 



Wednesday, August 3
Bombers Advance to Quarterfinals

The Bombers advanced in the MSBL playoffs by way of an 8-5 victory over the Brewers.  Jonathan Joseph pitched a complete game, allowing just one earned run while striking out four.  Roger Betts homered (5) for the fourth consecutive game while John Petch picked up 3 hits.  2B Justin Smith was a human vacuum in the field, displaying uncommon cat like quickness and incredible range in a web gem worthy defensive performance.

In the quarterfinals, the #5 Bombers face the #13 Hooters Baseball Club. 



Friday, July 29
Bombers Back to Back Titles

After finishing in a tie for the division title in 2010, the Bombers came back even stronger in 2011.  While posting a 13-3 record, the Bombers finished 3 games clear of the trailing teams. 

 This is for you #2. 



Saturday, April 4
Bombers Career Records

Games Played     BB  
Dennick Skeels 130   Dennick Skeels 56
Kevin Wagner 92   Kevin Wagner 27
Jason Ovalle 77   Justin Smith 22
         
         
Runs     HBP  
Dennick Skeels 87   Dennick Skeels 18
Kevin Wagner 55   Sean Dolan 13
Roger Betts 46   Kevin Wagner 8
         
         
Hits     SB  
Dennick Skeels 115   Dennick Skeels 28
Roger Betts 79   Jason Ovalle 16
Jason Ovalle 51   Kevin Lonergan 16
         
         
         
Doubles     OBP (min 85 PA)  
Dennick Skeels 37   Dennick Skeels  0.535
Roger Betts 22   Justin Smith  0.453
Jason Ovalle 16   Roger Betts  0.440
         
         
Triples     SLG (min 85 PA)  
Dennick Skeels 3   Dennick Skeels  0.673
Roger Betts 2   Roger Betts  0.612
Shaun Foggo 2   Kevin Lonergan  0.482
         
         
Home Runs     AVG (min 85 PA)  
Dennick Skeels 10   Dennick Skeels  0.418
Max Eckert 6   Roger Betts  0.403
Brian Denisar 6   Kevin Lonergan  0.393
         
         
RBI     OPS (Min 85 PA)  
Dennick Skeels 80   Dennick Skeels 1.208
Roger Betts 52   Roger Betts 1.053
Jason Ovalle 45   Kevin Lonergan 0.902


Saturday, April 4
Bomber Single Season Record Updates

Games Played     BB  
Dennick Skeels 18   Max Eckert - 2007 14
Kevin Wagner 18   Francis Solomon -  2006 11
Roger Betts 18   Kevin McCallum - 2001 11
      Josh Cooley - 2001 11
         
Runs     HBP  
Brian Denisar - 2001 24   Sean Dolan - 2006 8
Josh Cooley - 2001 19   Bruce Williams - 2008 6
Alex Andersen - 2008 19   Max Eckert - 2007 5
      Dennick Skeels  - 2008 5
         
Hits     SB  
Kevin Lonergan - 2001 31   Kevin Lonergan - 2001 10
Roger Betts - 2004 25   Dennick Skeels - 2006 8
Brian Denisar - 2001 24   Matt Richarson - 2006 8
      Ed Sanchez - 2005 8
         
         
Doubles     OBP (min 25 PA)  
Roger Betts - 2004 8   Dennick Skeels - 2007  0.628
Blaine Collison - 2001 8   Jonathan Iams - 2004  0.619
Dennick Skeels - 2005, 2008 7   Kevin McCallum - 2001  0.583
         
Triples     SLG (min 25 PA)  
Brandon Mills - 2007 2   Dennick Skeels - 2007  1.031
Roger Betts - 2004 2   Max Eckert - 2007  0.886
      Dennick Skeels - 2008  0.857
         
Home Runs     AVG (min 25 PA)  
Brian Denisar - 2001 6   Dennick Skeels - 2007  0.531
Max Eckert - 2007 6   Kevin Lonergan  2001  0.517
Dennick Skeels - 2007, 2008 3   Justin Smith - 2007  0.515
Kevin Kabernagel - 2008 3   Jonathan Iams - 2004  0.515
John Petch - 2007 3      
Roger Betts - 2004 3      
         
RBI     OPS (Min 25 PA)  
S. Mackranczy - 2001 21   Dennick Skeels - 2007  1.659
Roger Betts - 2004 19   Max Eckert - 2007  1.460
Erik Viergutz - 2003 17   Dennick Skeels - 2008  1.415


Saturday, April 4
Bomber Single Season Pitching Records

Games     Wins  
Brad Jones 11   Chris Persak - 2005 6
Joel Haar - 2007 10   Brad Jones 6
Chris Persak - 2006 9   Joel Haar - 2007 5
         
         
IP     Saves  
Brad Jones  70.67   6 tied 1
Joel Haar - 2007  50.67      
Dustin Sternbeck - 2004  44.00      
         
         
K's     ERA (min 25 innings)  
Chris Persak - 2005 65   Chris Persak - 2005  0.51
Brad Jones 61   Dustin Sternbeck - 2006  1.62
Chris Persak - 2006 54   Mike Clemens  2.52
         
         
K/IP (min 25 innings)     WHIP (min 25 innings)  
Chris Persak - 2005  1.59   Chris Persak - 2005  0.80
Mike Clemens  1.56   Dustin Sternbeck - 2005  1.04
Chris Persak - 2006  1.29   Mike Clemens  1.12


Saturday, April 5
2007 Season Summary

 

The Bombers finished up 10-7-1 with another entry to the "A" division playoffs in 2007.  The season was highlighted by a team record 15 home runs and a solid .307 team batting average.  Individual highlights included over 50 innings pitched by Joel Haar, two regular players batting over .500 (Skeels & Smith), Max Eckert tying the single season HR record and some of the most acrobatic catches in team history by Dan Licinsky.

When the entire team was available it proved to be a strong squad.  Unfortunately, summer commitments and injuries bit us towards the end of the season and the Bombers struggled in the playoffs. 

MVP:  Dennick Skeels  (.531 Avg; 1.659 OPS; 3 HR; 10 RBI)

Cy Young:  Joel Haar  (5-4; 4.14 ERA; 38 K)

Gold Glove: Dan Licinsky  (.960 FPct)

Rookie of the Year: Max Eckert  (.343 Avg; 1.460 OPS; 6 HR; 14 RBI)



Sunday, September 10
2006 Awards Announced

The following awards were presented at the 2006 season ending party:

Cy Young: Chris Persak (10-2 career record, 3.00 ERA, 1.16 WHIP, 54 K's, no hitter)
MVP: Dennick Skeels (.400 BA, 1.225 OPS, 2 HR, , 10 RBI, 8 SB)
Gold Glove: Matt Richardson (50 chances - 2 Errors; also .457 OBP)
Rookie of the Year: Mike Pomfret (.448 BA, 1.175 OPS, 10 RBI)

Team Player: Sean Dolan (appeared at every game & practice, 8 HBP, OF leader)
Charlie Hustle: Jason Ovalle (4 SB, led team with 6 RE)
Clutch Award: Francis Solomon (9 RBI, 2 GWRBI, 11 BB, .463 OBP)
Most Improved: Kevin Wagner (.308 BA, .406 OBP, 2 SB, 2 2B)


Thursday, September 1
2005 Awards Announced

The following Bombers were voted award winners for their 2005 performance:

Cy Young: Chris Persak
Most Outstanding Player: Ed Sanchez
Gold Glove: Jason Ovalle
Best Rookie: Justin Smith

The following players also received awards at the year end BBQ:

Hank Consistency Award: Roger Betts
Clutch Award: Dan Hoover
Charlie Hustle: Matt McGoldrick
Courage: Jon Langlois
Most Improved: Kevin Wagner




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