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There’s a cluster at the top of the standings in the Deep River Horseshoe League as teams continue to vie for first place. The Astros hold tight to a half-game advantage over the Royals at the top of the pack. Meanwhile, the Mets are in third, just a half-game behind second place, and the Reds are a half-game behind the Mets in fourth place.
Leading the A Division players this week was the Yankees’ Mark Goodale, who pitched a score of 140. Kris Toohey of the Pirates took second with a score of 136, while the Astros’ Cris Christensen came in third place by tossing a 135.
The Yankees’ Todd Nuhn stood atop the B Division with a score of 109 this week. The Cody Layton of the White Sox took second place with a score of 102. Dennis Goodrich of the Red Sox notched a score of 100 to come in third place.
As for the C Division, Brian Walsh of the Rangers came in first place with a score of 95. The Orioles’ Tim Johnson threw for a score of 78 to earn second place, and Rob Stack of the Indians took third with a score of 76.
In the league standings, the top-four teams are all separated by a half-game margin. The Astros are in first place with their record of 29-13, and the Royals are in second place at 28.5-13.5. The Mets hold third place with a record of 28-14, while the Reds are in fourth place at a 27.5-14.5. The White Sox are in fifth place with a record of 25.5-16.5.
Here is a look at the rest of the standings: Cubs (24.5-17.5), Angels (24-18), Tigers (23-19), Yankees (22.5-19.5), Rangers (22-20), Braves (22-20), Pirates (21-21), Cardinals (19-23), Orioles (19-23), Red Sox (19-23), Dodgers (17-25), Marlins (16-26), Giants (12.5-29.5), Padres (12-30), and Indians (8-34).
The Deep River Horseshoe League has 20 teams that feature three players of each of the A, B, and C divisions. The league plays every Thursday night on the First Congregational Green in Deep River and welcomes anyone to come watch its contests. For info, visit deepriverhorseshoes.com.
Information courtesy of Deep River Horseshoe League
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