It was another great season for Storm. It’s amazing how consistently good this team has been over the years. The .813 winning percentage is the fifth highest winning percentage they have posted. Unfortunately, it was still only good enough for second place in the league. Storm watchers were left saying, “Bueller…. Bueller… Bueller, anyone?” on the final day of the season as the Buellers defaulted and gave the A’s first place.
Still, second is nothing to sneeze at and it leaves Storm a good draw in the playoffs.
It was an interesting year for Storm with some new players (one of whom actually showed up to games), and some old players who had a lot of other commitments that led to Storm frequently playing with 10 and sometimes even nine players. It will be interesting to see what attendance is like for the playoffs. Al also came out of retirement to post the second highest batting average of his career. So I guess he wasn’t quite done yet.
OPS: Rene - 2.191, Duran - 2.170, Joey - 2.108
OBP: Joey - .752, Rene - .750, Duran - .747
AVG: Rene - .779, Joey - .756, Duran - .752
HR: Joey - 14, Duran - 12, Lance - 11
RBI: Joey - 84, Lance - 73, Duran - 63
Runs: Duran - 92, Joey - 74, Mills - 56
Triples: Duran - 12, Mills - 10, Joey 5
Doubles: Duran - 32, Joey - 29, Bob - 24
Individual Season Records
Rene: AVG. - .779, runs - 49, SLG- 1.441, OPS - 2.191
Joey - Doubles - 29
Jeff - Doubles - 22
Storm hopes to carry their late season momentum (winning their last eight games) into the playoffs. Can they win five more in a row? Find out this weekend
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