14 thoughts on “October 19, 2019: More Than A Haircut”

  1. Salt River was blanked by Peoria 9-0 yesterday. The Rafters are 13-10 and are in first place by one game over Scottsdale.

    Luke Raley was 1-for-4. He is batting .185/.247/.277 in 65 at-bats.
    Jovani Moran pitched one inning, giving up two runs on one hit and two walks. He struck out one. His ERA is 7.88 with 12 strikeouts and 12 walks in 8 innings.

    Thursday, Wilin Rosario was 1-for-5 as Aguilas defeated Estrellas 3-2. He is batting .263/.364/.368 in 19 at-bats.
    Also Thursday, Jonathan Cheshire made his 2019 winter ball debut as Escogido defeated the Gigantes 5-0. He struck out both men he faced and got the win.

    1. fun piece. Thanks, Also, this quote:

      When I look at someone like Neil Young, he’s like Thor. He’s slaying monsters with his guitar. It’s unimaginable that he would ever stop playing music.

  2. Scoring alert!
    Illinois (3-4) just upset previously unbeaten & 6th-ranked Wisconsin (6-1), 24-23, kicking a 39-yard field goal as time expired to secure their first Big10 win of the season.

        1. Wisconsin has 2 wins against good teams this year (Michigan and Michigan St.), but today was just their second road game of the season. Their first was the first week of the season, a 49-0 win against South Florida. They travel to Ohio State next week but don't play Penn St.

          The Gophers, barring a second-half comeback by underdog Rutgers today, will be all alone in first place in the Big Ten West Division after today at 4-0. They host Wisconsin to finish the season. Prior to that, the Gophers only have 2 games left in which they probably won't be favored: At home vs. Penn St. and at Iowa. It's looking more and more like the winner of the final game will be going to the Big Ten Championship Game.

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