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Game Played 5/10/2018 6:45PM  

One Full Orbit
Haley "The Comet" Hougen tripled in 3 runs in the 2nd.
Beautiful Beast
Josh "The Beast" Kallail hurled in relief.
Thursday, May 10, 2018, 9:00 P.M. at McKinnish Park Field #11.

The Knights posted seven runs in the top of the first inning, but the Royals answered with nine in the bottom half, and sprinted away with the victory at McKinnish Park. The Blue & Orange got a leadoff walk from Rodger "The Poet" Battani. Casey "Sugar" Rush and Josh "The Beast" Kallail reached on consecutive infield errors and the heart of the Knights order punished the home team, stringing together five RBI hits in succession. Before the fireworks, Battani scored on a failed pickoff attempt at third base. The catcher sailed a throw into left field, allowing all the runners to advance a base. Jimmy "The Assassin" Richardson and Haley "The Comet" Hougen drove in runs with RBI singles to follow. Scott "Freight Train" McCain tripled home two more, and scored himself, on Marc "Supersonic" Hepburn's double to left center field. Stacy "The Grill Master" Scott ended the hit parade, when his RBI single gave the Knights a 7-0 advantage. The Royals exploded for nine runs on six hits, two walks and a hit batter in the home half of the first, off starting pitcher, Stacy Scott. The Knights wrestled the lead back in the top of the second. Bret "The Summit" Brummitt laid down a bunt single with one out, but was caught stealing, as the second out. Battani walked behind Brummitt, and his team mates put together a two out rally. Singles by Rush and Kallail chased home "The Poet" and Richardson walked to load the sacks. Hougen cleared the bases with a three run triple to the center field fence, and the Knights were back in front 11-9. The relentless Royals plated five more in their second, highlighted by cleanup hitter Ravi "King Kong" Malik's second long home run, in as many plate appearances. The booming Royals bats chased Scott off the mound and Josh Kallail took his place, with one out in the second. "The Beast" got a fly ball to left field and a ground out to end the inning, but the Knights were now chasing a three run deficit. Scott drew a leadoff walk in the top of the third, but was erased when Al "The Law" Herrera grounded sharply into a 5-4-3 double play. A single by Scott "Mr. Clean" Bale and a base on balls from Richard "Trip" Somers had a little something cooking, but an infield pop out ended the threat. The Royals chased home an unearned run in their third, on an infield error and a sacrifice fly ball. Battani led off the Knights fourth with an infield single and stole second base to advance into scoring position. Rush moved the runner with a ground out to the second baseman. Richardson, Hougen and McCain walked in succession bringing home their skipper, but a fielder's choice ground out left the bases loaded. The Royals tacked on three more in the bottom of the fourth and batted until the two hour game clock expired. The final tally was Royals 18 and the visiting Knights 12. The Knights face the Modocs on Thursday, May 17, in an 8:45 P.M. start at historic Reverchon Park in downtown Dallas.   

Full Steam Ahead
Scott "Freight Train" McCain raced to a 2 run triple in the 1st.


Upcoming Games
Date Event Time Location
Thu 5/24 Baseball Astros vs Knights 9:00 PM - 11:00 PM McKinnish Park (Field #10)
Recent Games
Date Event Time Location
Thu 5/17 Baseball Knights 1 vs Modoc 9 8:45 PM - 10:45 PM Reverchon Park