Records

This Day in History

Today marks the official fifth anniversary of what has become Lowball. Following a morning of being the "hot dog guys" of Lincoln during the town-wide junk swap, the players who would become El Guapo and J-Mac ventured forth into what would become Gap Bridge, hallowed ground in the community of Lowball. There, the two warriors met with the man who would one day be Commisioner of our beloved sport. Though details of that day have been lost, what was started there and then, my friends, lives on in all of us. I, personally, am grateful for what Lowball has been, hopeful for what it may be and frickin' pumped for what we have created. Men, I am pleased beyond words to be associated with such like-minded men-children. I am raising my glass to all.

The Cycle

These players have hit for the cycle, meaning they have hit a single, double, triple, and homerun in a single game.


J-Mac - 7/31/07 at Twin Oaks - Game Recap Here
Claudio - 8/12/07 at Friendly Confines - Game Recap Here

Records Post

I noticed on the Little Fenway site they have a records section. We should begin compiling some...and I have a few:

-Consecutive Dingers
(3) Todd Goodyear

-Consecutive One and Done's (Multi-Inning)
(3) El Guapo (I blush)

Anyone else remember some tough to beat feats???