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F.C. Kiwanis Little League Report


AA Sidewinders vs. Scrappers — Sidney Marsh recorded a number of key outs over several innings for the Scrappers, but it wasn’t enough to stave off the Sidewinders’ big bats, as the Scrappers fell to the Sidewinders 14-0.

Falls Church Kiwanis Little League Report

Spring’s promise of hope was in the air as some 400 players ages 5 – 12 representing 35 teams joined with their families to launch the Falls Church Kiwanis Little Leagues’ 61st season on Saturday, April 18, at Westgate Park.

Picking Splinters: Worst-to-First

Once upon a time the Tampa Bay Rays were terrible. Beyond terrible. Losing was a routine and the rebuilding project was interminable.

Picking Splinters: The Empire Strikes Out

When the Yankees and Orioles play out the final game at Yankee Stadium this Sunday, it will be from a far different script than many had foreseen at the start of the season.

F.C.-Kiwanis Little League Report

  AA (Regular Season) Storm 12 — Lugnuts 8: On June 3, the Storm and Lugnuts completed a suspended game, with the Storm coming out on top 12-8. Joe Andres of the Lugnuts had some of the game’s brightest moments, ripping a double in the first inning and making a spectacular diving catch in the […]

F.C.-Kiwanis Little League Report

Class A Games   Express vs. Mudcats — The Express played exceptionally well as they shut out the Mudcats 8-0. The offense was led by Armando Marquez, who hit a solid double while going 3-for-3 with an RBI, and Jacob Lusk, who also banged out three hits on three trips to the plate with an […]

Picking Splinters: Dealing With Dukes

If this winter feels warmer to you, there's no need to blame global warming or El Nino. Instead the cause may lie in Nashville's Opryland Hotel, where baseball's so called “Hot Stove” is ablaze and the trade winds are fanning the flames to every major leage market.

Picking Splinters: Spoiled By Success

It will be an offseason of great change for the New York Yankees, but it seems that the flawed perceptions of the team's ownership will endure, despite George Steinbrenner ceding operational control to his sons Hal and Hank. Last weekend, Hank Steinbrenner fired back at soon-to-be former manager Joe Torre. The reprisal came after Torre […]