Inn. 1: 2005 Presidents Salome [Starter] AdamsJQ 1B . . X Tyler 7 . . X - AdamsJQ SB . X . Grant 3-6 DP! . . . Inn. 1: 2005 Virgins Kennedy [Starter] Duncan 3B X . . Farmer 8 SAC . . . 1 Blavatsky 1B . . X Lopatka 1B X . X ClintonH 4-6 FO . . X 1 Lafave 6-3 . X . Inn. 2: 2005 Presidents BushGW BB . . X - BushGW SB/E-2 X . . W-Pit . . . 1 Coolidge 3-UN . . . Hayes 8 . . . Truman 8 . . . Inn. 2: 2005 Virgins Dickinson 1B . . X Solanas 6 . . X Salome K . . X Duncan 7 . . X Inn. 3: 2005 Presidents Ford K . . . Kennedy 6-3 . . . AdamsJQ 5-3 . . . Inn. 3: 2005 Virgins Farmer K . . . Blavatsky 4-3 . . . Lopatka 2 (Foul) . . . Inn. 4: 2005 Presidents Tyler 4-3 . . . Grant BB . . X BushGW 5-4-3 DP . . . Inn. 4: 2005 Virgins ClintonH 9 . . . Lafave K . . . Dickinson 5-3 . . . Inn. 5: 2005 Presidents Coolidge K . . . Hayes 6-3 . . . Truman 5-3 . . . Inn. 5: 2005 Virgins Solanas 6-3 . . . Salome 1B . . X Duncan 1B . X X Farmer 7 . X X Blavatsky 3B X . . 2 Lopatka 4-3 X . . Inn. 6: 2005 Presidents Ford 8 . . . Kennedy K . . . AdamsJQ 1B . . X Tyler 1B . X X Grant K . X X Inn. 6: 2005 Virgins ClintonH HR . . . 1 Lafave 6-3 . . . Dickinson K . . . Solanas 6-3 . . . Inn. 7: 2005 Presidents BushGW 8 . . . Coolidge BB . . X Hayes K . . X Truman E-5 . X X Ford HBP X X X [PH] Rooseve 6-3 X X . Inn. 7: 2005 Virgins Polk [Relief] Salome K . . . Duncan 4-3 . . . Farmer 9 . . . Inn. 8: 2005 Presidents [PH] Rooseve 9 . . . [PH] AdamsJ 4-3 . . . Grant K . . . Inn. 8: 2005 Virgins Blavatsky 8 . . . Lopatka 8 . . . ClintonH 2B . X . Lafave 6-3 . X . Inn. 9: 2005 Presidents BushGW E-6 . . X Coolidge 9 . . X W-Pit . X . Hayes K . X . Truman 7 . X .
|Attendance||Game Time||Weather||Umpires||Official Scorer||MCP||Simulation|
|33,123||2h:54m||Cloudy, 66o||Nathan Leopold
|C. Hilton||Lou Andreas-Salome
The Vestal Virgins, error prone as usual, looked good from the mound and from the plate. Virgin starter and psychoanalyst Lou Andreas-Salome went the distance and pitched one of the best games of her career. As a result she was named the game's Most Cosmic Player by official scorer C. Hilton. Some would have given the MCP to Virgin secondbasewoman and U.S. Senator Hilary Clinton who had a good day at the plate. The Washington Presidents were anemic or maybe they were just bewitched by the phenomenal pitching of Salome. President John Kennedy yielded five earned runs in six innings and his earned run average continues to swell early in the season.