Inn. 1: 2005 Warriors Williams [Starter] Marion 9 . . . Rumsfeld 1B . . X - Rumsfeld SB . X . Blake 1B . . X 1 Yamamoto K . . X Giap 1B . X X Dayan 1B . X X 1 Crazy Horse E-4 . X X 1 Franks 6 . X X Inn. 1: 2005 Pisces Howie [Starter] HearstP 1B . . X Longfellow 7 . . X .Jobs BB . X X Varsi 4-6 FO X . X Domino 4-3 . X . Inn. 2: 2005 Warriors Howie 7 . . . Marion BB . . X Rumsfeld 9 . . X Blake 8 . . X Inn. 2: 2005 Pisces Lee K . . . Harrison 7 . . . Gleaton 7 . . . Inn. 3: 2005 Warriors Yamamoto 1B . . X - Yamamoto X-CS . . . Giap 8 . . . Dayan K . . . Inn. 3: 2005 Pisces Williams 6-3 . . . HearstP 1B . . X Longfellow 1B . X X .Jobs 3-6-3 DP X . . Inn. 4: 2005 Warriors Crazy Horse 1B . . X Franks 6-3 . X . Howie 1B X . X Marion 4-6-3 DP . . . Inn. 4: 2005 Pisces Varsi 5-3 . . . Domino 8 . . . Lee 2B . X . Harrison 5-3 . X . Inn. 5: 2005 Warriors Rumsfeld K . . . Blake 2B . X . Yamamoto 6-3 . X . Giap K . X . Inn. 5: 2005 Pisces Gleaton 5-3 . . . Williams K . . . HearstP 9 . . . Inn. 6: 2005 Warriors Dayan 1B . . X Crazy Horse 7 . . X Franks 9 . . X Howie 1B . X X Marion 8 . X X Inn. 6: 2005 Pisces Longfellow 6-3 . . . .Jobs 9 . . . Varsi K . . . Inn. 7: 2005 Warriors Rumsfeld 6-3 . . . Blake 1B . . X Yamamoto 5-4-3 DP . . . Inn. 7: 2005 Pisces Domino 4-3 . . . Lee 3-UN . . . Harrison 7 . . . Inn. 8: 2005 Warriors Giap 8 . . . Dayan 4-3 . . . Crazy Horse E-6 . . X Franks 8 . . X Inn. 8: 2005 Pisces Gleaton K . . . [PH] Barrymo 3-UN . . . HearstP 6-3 . . . Inn. 9: 2005 Warriors Gesell [Relief] Howie HBP . . X Marion 6-3 . X . Rumsfeld 7 . X . Blake 1B . . X 1 Yamamoto BB . X X Giap K . X X Inn. 9: 2005 Pisces Longfellow 4-3 . . . .Jobs 1B . . X Varsi 5-4-3 DP . . .
|Attendance||Game Time||Weather||Umpires||Official Scorer||MCP||Simulation|
|33,205||2h:33m||Fair, 57o||Peter Angelos
|J. Perlis||Esther Blake||505|
Season Opener. The champion Wonderland Warriors picked up right where they left off last season and roundly, soundly defeated the Paradise Pisces. Thomas Dry Howie, heroic World War II warrior, also known as the "Major of St. Lo" pitched a phenomenal complete game, yielding no runs, and striking out four. But the Most Cosmic Player of the game was Warrior catcher and first woman in the United States Air Force, Esther Blake. She racked up four hits (3 singles and a double), two runs batted in, and one run to lead the Warrior's potent offense. Pisces starter Vanessa Williams gave up eleven hits in eight innings, but only two of the four runs scored by the Warriors were earned. The Pisces defense was weak up the middle, both George Harrison and Spike Lee commited fielding errors. Bottom line: The Warriors look strong and the Pisces will have to improve to be competitive.