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Why Underdog Kickball?

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Players of the Game

Aug 27 - Jan 21

James H Three Run Homer

Summer G

Keg Kickers

Caught a laser and got a double play for the win

Ben C

Ball Related

All the dives

Elise B

Hold My Kick

Hit Stick

Britney P

Vodka Red Balls

She looked good out there

Sarah S

Ball Related

Sweet double play

Azar K

Hold My Kick

3 drops and 2 runs given up.

Dave N

Hold My Kick

Super Dave with a skinned knee single

Trenton M

Sit On My Base

Playing through a pulled hammy

Monica Z

Vodka Red Balls

Intimidating Glasses and Effort

Players of the Week

Aug 27 - Jan 21

Steven Ernst

Johnny Tsunami & The Salami Mommies

Conditions were tricky in the outfield grass with a light rain making things very slick, but hey, that didn't prevent Steven from making plays all game long. It was shut-down time in left field as he made catch after catch, including a smokin' line drive that he tracked down with bases loaded to prevent a big inning for Ballzinga. Offensively, Steven was the difference maker early--with a 2 run homer to give Tsunami a 3rd inning 3 run lead, and late--with a game winning 7th inning 3 run home run for the comback victory after the Tsunami's fell behind in the bottom of the 6th. It was a complete and nearly mistake free performance and a well deserved POTW.

Matt Walker

Balls Against Humanity

Matt played well on both sides of the ball with some great stretches and catches at first base to keep Ball-eving off the bases helping to hold them to 6 total runs. He also had some big kicks, going 4 for 5 with 2 singles, a double and a huge game-changing Grand Slam HR in the 3rd that got Balls Against Humanity on the board and seemed to prime their offense. Matt also took part in a key double play in the 6th that prevented runs from scoring and preserved the lead for Balls. A complete game and well earned POTW.

Chris Bodven

Rubber Duckies 2

Chris was an offensive dynamo on Sunday, getting on base every at bat and scoring 3 runs. His big kick was a Grand Slam HR to really get the scoring going for the Rubber Duckies. He added a 2 run double and a couple singles for 6 RKI meaning he alone accounted for 75 percent of the offensive scoring. In left field he was a catching machine with no balls getting down anywhere within his wide range and this helped keep Ball-eving off the scoreboard until the 6th inning [where they did make a nice run, but...]. Thanks for bringing it all and having fun!

Milford John-Williams

Seahorse Mafia

After getting dumped on by a sudden downpour Sunday afternoon, Milford shook it off and came through with a huge performance. Game 1 was an offensive battle with 35 runs scored total but that was just the warm-up for his offensive display in game 2. This included a 2 run HR in the 2nd followed by, yes, another 2 run HR in the 4th--not too shabby. But his most important kick came with the game tied, bottom 6th and final inning. With runner's on base he sliced one down the RF line for a very sweet walk-off single and big victory for the Seahorse Mafia.

Mike Zaruba

Benekick Cumberpitch

I'm going to have to give this week's player of the week shout out to Mike Zaruba. The Captain of Benekick Cumberpitch. For taking an Indy team from Downtown and turning it into something great, an official team. This is what we hope for out of our Indy teams. And even though Mike ended up having a not so great first game. Being able to organize all of this and rally his team to a solid first showing, shows everyone just how awesome Mike truly is. I hope you heal up fast Mike!

Alex Foss

Your Pitch Makes My Kick Hard - Indy #K16

Alex crushed it on the diamond tonight! He was the catcher for his team’s game and made it evident why they chose him for that spot on the first two kickers of the night. Alex burst out from behind the plate to easily field the two bunts and got both outs to start his team off on the right foot. His defense was a big reason why his team got their first win of the season 7-4. Great work Alex!

Jesann Spani

Pitches Be Trippin' - Indy #K15

Jesann has some of the best ball control that I have ever seen for Softcore Kickball. She deflected the ball multiple times to get very hard outs. When the ball was coming to her at first and she knew it would be difficult to catch and keep her foot on the base. She would just slap it into the runner as they were going by. They were some of the toughest calls I've had to make all season but watching those incredible plays unfold. I had to give her credit for them and awarded the outs. Spectacular job Jesann, keep up the good work!

Clarissa Snow

Kickin' McThuggets

Clarissa Snow rolled her team to an impressive victory on Thursday night. The young pitcher was dominant on the mound, allowing just 2 runs over the full 7 innings. The Kickin' McThuggets offense did the rest, putting up a whopping 13 runs in the game Clarissa and her team are a force to be reckoned with.

Tim Lawrence

We Got the Runs!

In a very close and competitive game, Tim’s impeccable outfielding abilities made all the difference and helped his team secure the hard-fought victory. Even though the sun was shining right in his eyes, Tim still pulled off many great catches and proved himself as an All-Star outfielder.

Peter Plantenberg

Test Eagles

For playing his 2nd game ever, Peter was an absolute force out in the field and in the batter's box. He made over 10 catches in their double header in the outfield and I'm pretty sure he went 8 for 8 at the plate. The team voted him player of the game for both games and he was a huge morale booster for them. Always being on top of his game and rallying his team in a clutch one run win in the second game. Peter you were absolutely fantastic out there, and I hope to see more clutch performances in future games. Great Job!