Dharma Beats @ Paradise PiscesNovember 26, 2006
Game 4 Line Score
Pisces Win Game 4, [10-7](Pisces Lead Series, 3-1)
Game 4 Box Score
Game 4 Score Card
Dharma Beats @ Paradise Pisces
Lineup: Beats Plymell CF Ferlinghetti RF Corso 1B Kerouac LF Bremser 3B Huncke C Whalen 2B Carr SS Amram P Lineup: Pisces Longfellow 3B Harrison 2B Domino 1B GinsburgR LF Varsi RF Reventlow SS HearstP CF Gleaton C Bork P Inn. 1: Beats [Starter] Bork Plymell 1-3 . . . Ferlinghetti 4-3 . . . Corso 6-3 . . . Inn. 1: Pisces [Starter] Amram Longfellow 6-3 . . . Harrison 5-3 . . . Domino HBP . . X GinsburgR E-3 . X X WP X X . Varsi 5-3 X X . Inn. 2: Beats Kerouac 2B . X . Bremser 2B . X . 1 Huncke 3UN X . . Whalen BB X . X Carr 3-4 SQZ . X . 1 Amram K . X . Inn. 2: Pisces Reventlow HBP . . X HearstP 9 . . X Gleaton 1B . X X Bork 3 . X X Longfellow K . X X Inn. 3: Beats Plymell 4-3 . . . Ferlinghetti 6 . . . Corso 6-3 . . . Inn. 3: Pisces Harrison E-8 . X . Domino BB . X X GinsburgR BB X X X Varsi 5-4 F X . X 1 Reventlow K X . X HearstP 4 X . X Inn. 4: Beats Kerouac 2B . X . Bremser 6 . X . Huncke HR . . . 2 Whalen 4-3 . . . Carr 8 . . . Inn. 4: Pisces Gleaton 5 . . . Bork 6-3 . . . Longfellow 1-3 . . . Inn. 5: Beats Amram 6-3 . . . Plymell 6-3 . . . Ferlinghetti BB . . X Corso 6-3 . X . Inn. 5: Pisces Harrison 5-3 . . . Domino 6 . . . GinsburgR HBP . . X Varsi 5-3 . X . Inn. 6: Beats Kerouac 5-3 . . . Bremser 8 . . . Huncke BB . . X Whalen BB . X X Carr K . X X Inn. 6: Pisces Reventlow 1B . . X HearstP 4-6 F . . X Gleaton K . . X *EX:Bork (for PH) *PH:Chopin 5-4 F . . X Inn. 7: Beats [Relief] Holmes Amram 8 . . . Plymell K . . . Ferlinghetti 8 . . . Inn. 7: Pisces Longfellow BB . . X Harrison K . . X Domino 7 . . X GinsburgR HR . . . 2 Varsi 8 . . . Inn. 8: Beats Corso 1B . . X Kerouac 6-4 F . . X *EX:Kerouac (for PR) *PR:Holmes Bremser 5-4 F . . X *EX:Bremser (for PR) *PR:Cowen Huncke 3-1 . X . Inn. 8: Pisces Reventlow 2B . X . HearstP 1-3 . X . [Relief] Baraka Gleaton BB . X X *EX:Holmes (for PH) *PH:Lee 1B X X X Longfellow BB X X X 1 Harrison 1B . X X 2 *SB:Longfellow SB X X . *SB:Harrison SB X X . Domino 3 (Foul) X X . GinsburgR 2B . X . 2 Varsi HR . . . 2 Reventlow BB . . X [Relief] Snyder HearstP 3UN . X . Inn. 9: Beats [Relief] Charisse Whalen HR . . . 1 *EX:Carr (for PH) *PH:Asher 8 . . . *EX:Snyder (for PH) *PH:Jackson HBP . . X Plymell 2B X X . Ferlinghetti 1B . X . 2 [Relief] Browning [SUB]Barrymore(CF) for HearstP [DBL-SW]Barrymore bats #9 Browning bats #7 Corso 4-3 X . . Holmes K X . .
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 4 RBIs
Pisces rookie left fielder, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, had the game of her new cosmic baseball career. She seemed to be at every impotant event during the game. During the first inning, she came up to the plate after Beat starter and musical composer David Amram hit musician Fats Domino (one of three batters Amram beamed during the game). Ginsburg moved Domino to second when her easy grounder was mishandled by Beat firstbaseman poet Gregory Corso.
In the third inning Gisburg walked after four straight fastballs inside missed the corner of the plate while she just watched the balls zip by. In the fifth inning Amram hit Ginsburg with a slider that got out of hand.
In the seventh inning, with Pisces poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow stationed at firstbase as a result of an Amram walk, Ginsburg knocked a 2-run home run over the left field wall. But the Pisces were still down 4-3 when the inning ended.
And then, in the Pisces' eighth inning the flood gates opened up as the fish scored seven runs to put the game (and possibly the series) to rest. By the time Ginsburg got to the plate, she was the eigth batter in the inning (Amram had by then been relieved by Beat poet Amiri Baraka) the second woman on the U.S. Supreme Court smacked a double up the middle scoring two of the innings seven runs.
Ginsburg's line score for the day is impressive: 3 at bats, 2 runs, 2 hits, 4 runs batted in, a home run, a double, and she was hit by a pitched ball. Needless to say, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in her mighty offensive effort helped the Pisces take the series lead and has been named Game 3's most cosmic player.