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Team W L %
NWA White Sox (1) 13 3 0.813
NWA X-Tinct (2) 13 3 0.813
Bentonville Dodgers (3) 9 7 0.563
Arkansas Cardinals (4) 8 10 0.444
NWA Wingnuts (5) 4 10 0.286
Thunder Chickens (6) 1 15 0.063


October 2, 2016

Championship Game

X-Tinct 17  White Sox 5

The White Sox had taken three of four games from the X-Tinct this season and had broken up what was a more than three-year undefeated run.  Hoping to end the hopes of the X-Tinct four-peating for another championship, the White Sox seemed like the team that could do it.  However, things just went way wrong to start the game.  Pitcher, Will Tucker, plunked the first two batters and after getting legendary masher, Ryan Paskiewicz to pop out to second, the X-Tinct loaded up the bases and ultimately plated four runs in the first frame which Tucker was pulled in favor of Tanner Daniels.  Daniels ended up with nearly the same fate by the second frame giving up two runs and more loaded bases.  Nick Wills relieved to try and keep the game within reach.  Even though down 10-4 in the 3rd, the White Sox held hopes, but the X-Tinct finally ran Wills off the mound by plating another 6 runs in the 5th to put the game away for good.  The White Sox never could get anything going offensively off X-Tinct pitcher, Nick Reid, despite getting 9 hits including Andy Miller's 2-run HR in the 3rd.  The White Sox stranded 10 runners in the 5 frames.  Pitching was the Sox ultimate factor with 7 HBP (5 scored) and 5 BB (3 scored) and timely hits behind them.  Offensively for the White Sox, Brad Hughes (2-3, 2R, RBI, BB), Andy Miller (3-3, R, 3RBI, HR), Stephen Boudreaux (1-2), Brent Smith (1-3, 2R, 2B, SB, K),Dakota Brissey (1-2, K), Gregg Rollins (1-2).  -- Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox


September 25, 2016
Playoffs Round Two


Cardinals 7 White Sox 14
It's dejavu all over again as the White Sox advance to the championship game by besting the Cardinals 14-7. With some key element players missing to start the game again, things had to shake back up a little. Having a 21-man roster is sometimes a difficult burden to please every player, but it always helps in this regard. Scheduled starter, Will Tucker could not attend, so Dakota Brissey got the ball to start the game. Brissey has been pretty lights out most of the year, but today, he didn't have his stuff as he had been nursing a bum knee. So in the first inning, Brissey spotted the Cardinals three runs by the first three batters. Coach, Patrick Taliaferro, wasted no time with the quick hook and called up Nick "Country Breakfast" Wills to hold the Cardinals back. Wills pitched 2 2/3 innings scoreless which was just what the doctor...er...the coach ordered. Dave Smith entered the game in the 4th inning and pitched three clean innings only surrendering one earned run in the top of the fourth to put the score 4-1 Cardinals. I had mentioned right before our at-bat in the bottom of the fourth that the White Sox historically had what we called a "Sox Inning" where 5 or more runs are scored in a frame. Lo and behold...Andy Miller started off the frame with a single, Brad Hughes with a double and Dakota Brissey walked to load the bases. Stephen Boudreaux came up with the bases loaded and plated Miller and Hughes to get the ball rolling. Taliaferro walked to re-load the bases and Nick Wheeler (who literally just walked into the dugout) got an RBI walk of his own. Jake Adkins plated Boudreaux and Dustin Wilson drove in Taliaferro and Wheelr to complete the "Sox Inning" with 6 runs. The White Sox ended up having a second such inning in the 6th plating 5 runs to cap off the game with a final 14-7. Smith gets the win. Brett Booker pitched the seventh inning surrendering two meaningless runs to earn the save. Chris Gatling of the Cardinals gets the loss. Offensively for the White Sox: Brent Smith (2-3, R, 2B, 3B, RBI, K), Dustin Wilson (2-4, R, 2RBI, K), Andy Miller (1-2, 3R, 2BB), Brad Hughes (2-4, 4R, 2B, RBI), Stephen Boudreaux (2-4, R, 2RBI, K), Patrick Taliaferro (3-3, R, 2RBI), Keith Nicholson (2-4, RBI, 2K), Nick "Spark Plug" Wheeler (1-2, 2R, RBI, BB)--Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox

September 11, 2016

Congratulations to the 2016 NWAMSBL All Stars!

Dakota Brissey
Andy Miller
David Smith
Brad Hughes
Nick Wheeler
Brent Smith
Coach Stephen Boudreaux

August 28, 2016

White Sox 1  Dodgers 3

Dodgers 9  White Sox 2


August 21, 2016

White Sox 9 X-Tinct 7
X-Tinct 10 White Sox 7

Ryan Paskiewicz both hit and pitched well for NWA X-Tinct, but it wasn't enough as NWA X-Tinct fell to the NWA White Sox 9-7 due to poor fielding. Paskiewicz got on base four times in the game for NWA X-Tinct. He scored two runs and had one RBI. He homered in the seventh inning and held the NWA White Sox hitless over one inning, allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out none. The NWA White Sox jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first. The NWA White Sox got things going when Nick Wheeler singled. A stolen base then moved Nick Wheeler from first to second. The NWA White Sox pushed more runs across when Miller scored on an error. NWA X-Tinct tied the game in the second on a passed ball that scored Ed Woods and went up for good in the sixth, scoring four runs on two singles. After pushing across one run in the top of the seventh, NWA X-Tinct faced just a 9-7 deficit. A solo home run by Paskiewicz fueled NWA X-Tinct's comeback, but it wasn't enough in the end.

NWA X-Tinct prevented an NWA White Sox sweep on Sunday after 12 lead changes, squeaking out a 10-7 win at Lincoln Field one. NWA X-Tinct jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first after Corey Campbell doubled, and kept the pressure on the Sox pitching, as Jose Cueto singled, scoring Devin Henderson. In the third, NWA X-Tinct scored on a walk by Paskiewicz, bringing home Henderson. In total, they scored two runs in the third inning, and then followed it up with two more in the fifth. A key sixth-inning rally gave NWA X-Tinct the lead for good. NWA X-Tinct tacked on a total of four runs on a two-run error and a sacrifice fly by Cueto, and held on to the victory by scoring on an RBI single by Casey Benincosa off Mozzoni. Ryan Paskiewicz singled in each of his two at bats. Ed Woods teamed up with Paskiewicz for four hits and two RBIs.--from www.facebook.com/nwaxtinct


August 14, 2016

Cardinals 1 White Sox 5
White Sox 4 Cardinals 1

After a two week layoff for the White Sox and the constant threat of rain, it seems the team came out flat today. Fortunately, the Cardinals were less than inspired as well which led to a "normalized" good pitching beats good hitting day and a pair of low-scoring affairs. In game one, Will Tucker received the start and worked through three quick innings only giving up a hit in the first and a potential double in the third which was quickly squashed by a fantastic throw from left by Brett Booker to Ben Adkins at second for the tag. Tucker (3IN, 0R, 2B, 1H, 0BB, 4K). Matt Mozzoni picked up where Tucker left off and had a similar line only giving up one meaningless run  (3IN, 1R, 4H, 1BB, 5K). Brett Booker came in to relieve to get the save (1IN, 0ER, 1H, 2B, 0BB, 0K). Offensively, it was a quiet game with only Patrick Taliaferro (1-2, R, K) and Brett Booker (1-2, RBI) having any sort of production.
Game two was really more of the same. Rookie, Tanner Daniels got his first start and looked solid (2IN, 0R, 0BB, 5K). David Smith got the middle relief and looked better than his previous outing (3IN, 0R, 2H, 0BB, HBP, 3K). Nick "Country Breakfast" Wills earns the save (2IN, 1ER, 2H, K). Offensively, Dakota Brissey (1-2, R, BB, SB), Andy Miller (2-2, 2R, 3RBI, BB), Brent Smith (1-4, R, 3SB), Keith Nicholson (2-3, RBI), Nick Wills (1-2). -- Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox

August 7, 2016

White Sox PP  Wingnuts PP

Wingnuts PP  White Sox PP

July 31, 2016

X-Tinct 12 White Sox 13
White Sox 9 X-Tinct 6
Three and a half years.  The X-Tinct have dominated the NWAMSBL in convincing fashion winning three straight championships without a blemish on their records.  In my 22 years with the NWAMSBL, I have not seen anything that impressive.  As they say, all titans must eventually fall.  The games were in mild danger of not happening with recent rains.  Thanks to Patrick Taliaferro and Andy Miller along with some other helping hands, including X-Tinct, Toby Mileham running for some drying agent, the games were on.  In Game One, Will Tucker got the start and not personally being intimidated by history tossed a solid three innings to put himself in line for the win.  Tucker's line 3IN, 1ER, 3H, 3BB, SAC, 5K.  Matt Villines was not feeling 100% before the game, but being a gamer, he took the next 2 2/3 innings and allowed the X-Tinct to punch their way back into the game with the White Sox up 7-6 in the 6th (Villines's line:  2 2/3IN, 4R, 6H, 2-2B, K). Brett Booker...the seldom used middle infielder, took the challenge to get the save in the last 1 1/3 inning tossing a gem by enticing Heath Robinson to line out with the bases loaded to end the threat.  Offensively, Andy Miller's 3RHR opened things up for the White Sox, Dakota Brissey (1-2, R, 2B, RBI, BB, HBP, K), Will Smith (2-3, 2R, 2B, RBI), Matt Villines (1-1, 2B, RBI, 2SB (including stealing home...)). 

Game Two was a bit more interesting.  Dakota Brissey started off getting rattled by an F7, 1B, F8, 2RHR and an E4 to make things look nasty to start.  However, SS, Jake Adkins made a dandy play on Casey Benicosa's bid to end the threat.  Brissey settled down to kill the side in the 2nd and 3rd innings 1-2-3.  Andy Miller...normally a stalwart on the mound came in the 4th and the X-Tinct...being very familiar with his delivery...took advantage by plating 6 runs on 3 doubles, a HR, a BB, and an E1.  Newcomer Nick "Country Breakfast" Wills came into relief in the 6th and allowed the X-Tinct to tie the game up at 12 apiece.  So...to the bottom of the 7th, the stage was set for a Will Tucker BB, Nick Wheeler K, Brent Smith 1B, Dustin Wilson K, Andy Miller BB, and now the bases were loaded.  Brad Hughes stepped to the plate with a 2-1 hitters count, roped a ball into the right-center gap for the walk-off win.  13-12 White Sox.  Offensively led by Brent Smith (4-5, 2R, 2B, 3RBI), Dustin Wilson (3-4, R, 2RBI, BB, K), Brad Hughes (2-5, 2R, woRBI, K), Gregg Rollins (2-4, 3RBI), Will Smith (1-1, R, 2B).--Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox

July 24, 2016

White Sox 7 Dodgers 6
Dodgers 2 White Sox 7

The Dodgers and White Sox have always had a competitive series dating back to when both teams were in the 18+ Division. Most of the White Sox core group is still soldiering on from those days. The Dodgers, however, are a younger, newer version and will make waves again like their storied history. On this day...the White Sox were focused and had numbers in a sweltering heat. In game one, Matt Villines took the hill and pitched 4 dandy innings only giving up two scattered runs (4IN, 2R, 4H, 2B, 4K, HBP,) and left the game with a 5-2 lead. David Smith came into relieve and fell victim to an HBP>E6>E9>PB to see the lead lost and a tie game at 5-5. The White Sox offense managed to plate two runs in the bottom of the 6th powered by Nick Wheeler's 2B, Brent Smith RBI Single, Dustin Wilson single and Andy Miller's RBI single. The Dodgers plated a run in the top of the 7th to make the score 7-6, White Sox, but Smith managed to coerce three batters to fly out to center, center, and right, respectively. Offensively, the top of the order, Nick Wheeler is keeping his streak salty (3-4, 2R, 2B, RBI) and Brent Smith (2-4, 2R, RBI). Stephen Boudreaux (2-4, R, RBI), Matt Villines (2-3, 2B, 2RBI).

In game two, the heat managed to take its toll on the short-handed Dodgers while the White Sox's numbers might have paid off. Dakota Brissey is continuing his solid performances on the mound pitching (3IN, 0ER, 2H, 2BB, 3K). Matt Mozzoni returned in relief and shut down the Dodgers the rest of the way (4IN, ER, 2H, 2B, 2BB, 5K, HBP). Offensively, Nick Wheeler again (1-2, R, 2B, BB), Dustin Wilson (2-4, R, 2B, K), Andy Miller (3-4, R, 2B, RBI), Brad Hughes (2-2, R, 2B, 2RBI, SAC), Keith Nicholson (2-4, R, 2RBI, K), and Brett Booker (2-4, SB, K).--Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox


July 17, 2016

White Sox 19  Cardinals 3
Cardinals 0 White Sox 10

The Cardinals were missing a few players we were looking forward to facing such as crafty pitcher Chris Gatling, Kyle Cherry, and a few others.  Nonetheless, we knew the Cardinals have always been a team to reckon with, so I asked Patrick to get the team focused and ready.  It seems the pep talk worked as the White Sox tagged Cardinal starter, Clay Fecht, with 6 runs in the first inning of the first game.  Fecht settled down in the 2nd through 5th innings only giving up two more runs and the Cardinals managed to scrap over 3 runs off White Sox starter, Will Tucker and his middle relief, David Smith putting the score at 8-3.  Knowing the contest is always in doubt until the final frame, the White Sox ran roughshod through the Cardinals in the 6th inning putting up 11 runs to seal the contest at 19-3.  Tucker earned the win with a solid line 3IN, 2R, 1ER, 5H, 2K, BB.  David Smith in middle relief (2IN, 1R, 0ER, 3K, BB, HBP), and Nick "Country Breakfast" Wills (1IN, 0H, 0ER, BB, HBP).  Offensively, the White Sox had many "stars" starting with leadoff Nick Wheeler (3-4, 4R, 3SB, BB), Andy Miller (3-4, R, HR, 5RBI), and Stephen Boudreaux (3-5, 3R, 2B) who all had a multi-hit game.

In game two, it looked as if the Cardinals were going to show their true colors by getting a leadoff walk and move runners around.  However, third baseman "Mr Fantastic" Brad Hughes would have nothing to do with it by snaring a would-be double line drive and doubling up the leadoff runner at first.  White Sox starter, Dakota Brissey, calmly struck out the next batter to end the threat.  Brissey pitched the first three innings to earn the win only giving up one meaningless hit (3IN, 0R, 0ER, 1H, 3K, 2BB).  Matt Villines came in to relive Brissey in the fourth and completed the shutout bid (2IN, 0R, 0ER, 2H, 2K, BB, HBP).  Offensively, things were a little more spread out, but... Nick Wheeler continued his streak (2-3, 2R, 2B, BB) as did Stephen Boudreaux (1-2, RBI, BB).  Brent Smith is keeping the top of the order hot (2-2, R, 2B, 2SB, 3RBI).  Andy Miller is also keeping his bat hot (2-3, R, RBI, K), Brad Hughes (2-3, R, 2RBI).  --Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox




July 10, 2016

White Sox 15 Thunder Chickens 1
Thunder Chickens 2 White Sox 10

The Thunder Chickens are going through some early season jitters getting things going with the sudden loss of their team manager, they could only muster 6 players on the day. The White Sox...having like a million guys on the roster this year...were happy to send over 4 players to help fill out the line-up for the day. Those volunteers, Jake and Ben Adkins, Brett Booker, and Keith Nicholson (and some other defensive helpers) proved to be a small difference maker at times...accounting for 3 of the 4 total hits by the Thunder Chickens all day and 2 of the 3 total runs scored. Jake Adkins played stellar third base and pitched a few dandy innings in BOTH games. And if it weren't for stalwart veteran, Brad Hughes, Jake might have even gotten a look at 3B when he returns to the Sox roster. Either way, kudos to those guys for keeping the games alive and avoiding forfeit scenarios. White Sox manager, Patrick Taliaferro, made the decision to make the games count regardless, so the focus was on...even if that meant losing to a team that was half our guys! Will Tucker took the mound in game 1 and settled nicely (2I, 3K, BB, 1B) followed by David Smith (3I, 2H, 4K), and Nick "Country Breakfast" Wills (1I, 0H, 2K, BB). Offensively, it was a bit of a whirlwind...Stephen Boudreaux (4-4, 2R, 2RBI), Dustin Wilson (2-3, 2R, 2RBI), Will Smith (2-4, 2R, 2B, 3RBI), and Patrick Taliaferro (2-2, R).
In game two, The White Sox kept the heat on starting Dakota Brissey on the hill (3I, 0H, 0R, 2K, BB) followed by Matt Villines, who was not 100% (2I, 2R, 3H, 2K, BB). Andy Miller was chosen to close out the contest...(2I, 0R, 0H, 3K). Offensively, Nick Wheeler (2-3, 3R, 5SB!), David Smith (2-4, 2R, 2B, 3RBI), Dustin Wilson (2-2, R, 2RBI, SAC, BB), and Stephen Boudreaux (2-2, RBI).
FOOTNOTE: I have been playing baseball for 42 years as of this year and I have seen a LOT of great defensive plays, but yesterday, Brent Smith made one of the most impressive diving catches I have seen in that 4 decade span...at ANY LEVEL. From my second base position, I was racing out to right center field certain that the ball was headed to the fence. I still cannot fathom how Brent got to that ball, let alone covered that much ground AFTER he left his feet and went parallel with it. Amazing... --Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox

June 26, 2016

Thunder Chickens 0 White Sox 16
The White Sox are continuing to work through the lineup in this early season platooning guys to see what sticks. The game was called official in 5 innings with a final score of 16-0, but carried on for two more innings so that both teams could get in some work. The White Sox started returning pitcher Matt Mozzoni and he did not disappoint (2 innings, 5K, BB, 1B, 0R). Matt Villines entered in the 3rd to try and work out some rotator cuff concerns and tallied his own fine line striking out the side with a line (2 innings, 4K, 1B, 0R). David Smith pitched the 5th and 6th innings to match the others with a line (2 innings, 4K, 1B, 0R), and Brett Booker closed things out in the 7th inning (2K, 0R)... total line 7 innings, 15K, 3H, 1BB, 0R. Not too shabby. Offensively, the White Sox got things started quickly on a few Thunder Chicken miscues proving that no matter the level of baseball, the offense almost always takes advantage of errors. 4R in the first on a BB>BLK>WP>1B>HBP>FC>1B. The bottom of the order didn't produce in the second, but would have a chance to contribute in the 3rd as 9 of 12 batters scored in the inning eliminating any doubt in the contest. The inning was highlighted by Andy Miller's 2RHR on what looked like a check swing. Only "country strong" gets that over the fence... Stat takers were Dustin Wilson (4-4, 3R, RBI), Andy Miller (1-2, HR, HBP, BB, 2RBI), Brad Hughes (1-2, 2R, K), Patrick Taliaferro (2-2, R). -- Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox

June 12, 2016

White Sox 12  Wingnuts 6

Opening day for the Wingnuts was yesterday against the White Sox. It was a competive loss as the Wingnuts dropped the contest 12-6. The Wingnuts squandered several opportunities to score, but the White Sox did what it took to shut those opportunities down. There were a bunch of web gems CF Aaron, SS Joey Dawes, 3B Jim Tackett, and 1B Zac Evins. Pitcher Jacob Koch pitched 7 good innings even though the score says different he held his own. He was even hit 3 times at the plate. The offense was provided by the Father and Son tandem of Joey and Joe Don Dawes. Joey Dawes had an RBI double down the right field line. And Joe capped it off by hitting a bases clearing triple scoring 3 runs. 2 other runs were scored from wild pitches. The Wingnuts will hit the field again on June 26th in Lincoln to take on the Dodgers. First pitch at 6:30.--Marc DeWeese, Wingnuts

The White Sox have a lot of bodies... so it was platoon day with 20 players on the roster and 18 showing up.  It's rare, but I love it.  The more the merrier!  On the platoon hill, Dakota Brissey got the start and pitched 2 scoreless with 4K and 2BB.  Will Tucker took first relief and pitched 2 scoreless innings with 3K, 2BB, 1HBP.  Nick "Country Breakfast" Wills took the 5th inning where things got a little interesting... started off with 2BB and then followed up with 2K and looked like he was going to get out of the jam, but the Wingnut star centerfielder, Aaron, who apparently has no last name as of this writing, hit a single to left to score the first run.  Wingnut SS, Joey Dawes then plated two more with a double.  Country got out of the mess by striking out veteran, Joe Don Dawes, but that put the contest at 5-3 White Sox.  David Smith relieved in the 6th and 7th innings pitching both scoreless with 3K, 1HBP,  and surrendering one meaningless hit.  In the 8th, Dustin Wilson came in for the close, but started things off with a BB, a K, and two HBP.  Wilson should probably have gotten out of the frame but that same veteran, Joe Don Dawes smacked a should-have-been-caught triple over the head of rookie right fielder, Ben Adkins, who had just entered the game to clear the loaded bases putting the score at 12-6, White Sox.  Andy Miller rescued Wilson and got the last two outs on a pair of easy fly balls.  Offensively for the White Sox, last year's rookie sensation, Brent Smith continued his ways by starting off the season 4-4, SB, 2R, 2B, RBI.  Nick Wheeler went 2-3, SB.  Brad Hughes 2-4, RBI.  Dustin Wilson 2-3, BB, R, 3RBI, K.  Stephen Boudreaux 2-4, 2RBI. --Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox



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