Paradise Pisces at Dharma Beats

August 7, 1997

Linescore Scoresheet Boxscore Pitching Notes MCP Comments


Inning 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Runs Hits Errors
Pisces 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 7 2
Beats 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 3


Pisces-4 at Beats-1

DP-Double Play; E-Error; FO-Fly Out; GO-Ground Out; HR-Homerun
K-Strikeout; LO-Lineout; T-Triple; W-Walk; - Single; = Double


Pisces-4 at Beats-1

AB-At Bats; H-Hits; HR-Homeruns
RBI-Runs Batted In; B AVE-Batting Average

Pitching Details

W-Won; L-Lost; IP-Innings Pitched; H-Hits
R-Runs ER-Earned Runs; W-Walks; K-Strikeouts

Game Notes

Homeruns none
Triples none
Doubles Wolf, Jack Kerouac
Errors Pisces-2 (Capone, Farrakhan)
Beats-3 (Carr-2; Jan Kerouac)
Doubleplays Pisces- 1
Left-on-Base Pisces- 7

Stolen Bases none
Caught Stealing none
Umpires Bundy, Di Salvo, Gacy,
Game Time 3 hours 15 minutes
Attendance 31,997


Most Cosmic Player (MCP)
Luis Bunuel


This may have been one of the sloppiest cosmic games played this season. And it is surprising because usually when these two teams meet we get an excellent contest. The Beats have long wanted to supplant the Pisces as CBA's flagship team. However, after this game, maybe neither team deserves that title.

All of the scoring was completed by the second inning. So what the fans got to see for the last 7 innings was horrendous defense and good pitching. Five errors were committed by the two teams in a unique display of fielding ineptitude.

Pisces rookie pitcher, Luis Bunuel, not only made riveting and introspective cinema, he pitched a lovely game today, yielding one run on six hits with 10 strikeouts. Somewhat of an iron man, Bunuel pitched a complete game.

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