Milford Predators Softball: Welcome

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Monday, August 22
Predators 2016 Season Ends: Drop 2nd Round Playoff 15-0 To Dogs

Milford, CT (8/21/2016) The Predators 2016 "playoff run" lasted just under 3 hours this year, as the team was unable to put up a fight against the Dogs at Washington Field.

Sunday, August 21
Predators Win Bizarre Playoff Opener Over Star Factory 7-0

Milford, CT (8/21/2016)  The Predators found yet another way to snatch victory out of the jaws of defeat this afternoon at Foote Field. 

Sunday, August 7
Predators Finish Just Under .500 In 12-2 Loss To Casey's

James walks to plate in Predators 12-4 Loss to Casey's
Milford, CT (8/7/2016)

Monday, August 1
Predators Take Out The Originals In 7-0 Forfeit Win Via Ejection

Milford, CT (7/31/2016)

Sunday, July 24
Predators Win Again - Beat Gennaro's Steak House 14-9


Monday, July 18
Predators Emerge Victorious In 8-7 Win Over Ball So Hard

Milford, CT (7/17/2016)

Monday, July 18
Predators Bottom Out in 15-0 Loss to We Got Wood

Rainbow Over Team's Devastating Loss
Milford, CT (7/10/2016)

Sunday, June 26
Predators Lose to League Leading Berts Deli 13-7

Milford, CT (6/26/16)

Sunday, June 19
Predators Victorious Over Suicide Squad 9-8

Milford, CT (6/19/16)

Sunday, May 22
Predators Lose to Crush 15-8

Milford, CT (5/22/16)

Sunday, May 15
Jim's Plumbing Takes Down Predators 14-3

Milford, CT (5/15/16)

Sunday, April 24
Predators Drop Low Scoring Game 7-2 to Star Factory

Milford, CT (4/24/16)

Sunday, April 17
Predators Overpowered by Dogs 11-1

Milford, CT (4/17/16)

Sunday, April 10
Predators Storm To 16-4 Opening Day Victory Over Pitch Perfect

Carl Malinosky batting with bases loaded in the 3rd against Pitch Perfect

Milford, CT (4/10/2016)  The Predators got off to a great start to their 33rd season, with a solid 16-4 win over Pitch Perfect in 5 innings. With the help of new free agent players Chris June and James Leary, the Predators shook of the chilly 45 degree gametime temperature and cruised to a win this afternoon at Platt Tech Field.

As the visiting team, the Predators got right to work in the top of the 1st inning, scoring 4 times.  Carl Malinosky, David Weiss and Daryle Graf started off the game with back to back to back singles.  Bob Paradis drove a ball deep for a sacrice fly to score Malinosky for the first run of the season. After Mike Ranilla reached on an error, Rick Ruiz singled to drive in two runs. Fred Bialka capped off the inning with an RBI single.

In the 2nd inning the Predators added 4 more runs to take an 8-0 lead.  James Leary, Chris June, David Weiss and Daryle Graf each singled and later scored in the inning. Bob Paradis and  Matt Kraynak each contributed RBI singles in the inning.  In the top of the 3rd, the Predators extended their lead to 12-0.  Jeremy Weaver led the inning with a double to right and later scored on an RBI single by Carl Malinosky. James Leary and Chis June singled and scored on a single by David Weiss and a sacrifice by Daryle Graf.  Bob Paradis drove the last run on a sacrifice. In the bottom of the 3rd, Pitch Perfect finally scored - getting 2 runs on multiple fielding and throwing errors by the Predators.

After each team was scoreless in the 4th, the Predators added 4 insurance runs in the top of the 5th.  After Chris June led the inning off with a walk, Carl Malinosky singled. David Weiss drove in a run with a single. Daryle Graf crushed a triple to drive in two runs. Bob Paradis drove in the final run with his 2nd sacrifice of the day to give the Predators a commanding 16-2 lead.  In the bottom of the 5th, Pitch Perfect rallied with few hits and a couple of runs, but fell short of saving their day in a 16-4 mercy rule loss to the Predators.

Game Notes:  
  • Barry Kresen opened the season on the DL, and is week-to-week. 
  • New Predators James Leary and Chris June scored 5 runs with only 6 plate appearances.
  • Malinosky, Weiss and Graf scored 9 runs with their 12 plate appearances.
  • Bob Paradis pushed across the first Predator run and the final Predator run on sacifice flys.
  • Every Predator in the lineup today contributed at least one run scored or at least one RBI. 
  • Brought to you by the number 4: The Predators scored 4 runs in 4 different innings today.


Tuesday, March 15
Predators Return for 33rd Season In Milford Sunday Night League

The Predators have reopened their front office and have confirmed they will retun to plan in the Milford Umpires Association Sunday Night League for their 33rd consecutive season. The Predators (formerly known as "Shop Rite" from 1984-1995), return with a senior veteran core that have decades of softball experience.  Despite being the elder statesman of the league, the Predators will once again fight the elements and their aging bodies to battle against the "youts" of the league.

The Predators currently seek additional players to bolster their roster, and fill in for a "few" areas of need.  GM Matt Kraynak is looking to pick up help from the City of Milford Free Agent list as well as  from recommendations by trusted peers.