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Softball Standings

Summer Co-ed Softball In West Seattle Sundays


Red Machine photo First Place Trophy

Co-ed Softball in West Seattle Sundays

  Red Machine

Red Machine ride stellar offense to league title!
Claim 2nd title in 4 seasons for the West Seattle league

Red Machine knew what they had to do- win 3 possible games in 80+ degree weather (add 10-15 degrees on the turf!). WIth the right mindset, almost anything is possible- and they were all up to the task in claiming their 2nd league title in 4 seasons.

The first two games were close ones right down to the wire for the Red Machine. They scored all of their runs in the 2nd and 3rd innings against Freak Indy Sheets, but held on for a tight 8-6 victory, highlighted by captain Maggie's deep 3-Run HR to right field. Their next opponent, They Might Be Giants had toppled them in the regular season and had the home field advantage. Offense was the name of the game in that one, as Red Machine held on to a 22-20 victory in a game where the bats on both sides couldn't be stopped. Red Machine rode their epic semifinal win to a blowout in the championship game, as they defeated their nemesis Softest Balls in the Land 14-5. It was a great season by many teams, and the Red Machine was the greatest of them all. Congrats!

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The Softest Balls in All the Land photo
Second Place Trophy

Co-ed Softball in West Seattle Sundays
Second Place

The Softest Balls in All the Land

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  Team Wins Losses Draws Ranking
  Birds of War
6 1 0 12 49
  They Might Be Giants
5 (1)º 2 0 10 67
  Red Machine
7 2 0 14 100
  The Softest Balls in All the Land
6 3 0 12 82
  Little Lebowski's Urban Achievers
4 3 (1)º 0 8 79
  Freak Indy Sheets - Indy #S18
2 5 0 4 79
2 4 0 4 120
  Turk Gods
1 5 0 2 89
  Scoring is the least of our problems
1 5 0 2 86
1 5 0 2 70
NOTE: These rankings have been manually adjusted to reflect external criteria.
º Forfeits
Parenthesized numbers indicate wins or losses by forfeit.
When calculating Ranking Points, forfeits may be weighted differently than normal wins and losses.