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European Champions Cup 2017: Day 2

Despite Rimini’s 9-2 loss vs L&D Amsterdam Pirates, it was a good day for the Italian baseball clubs. The other two Italian representatives won with big numbers. Rouen Huskies  0  –  14  Fortitudo Bologna If Fortitudo Bologna had stepped on it a bit more, the game vs the Rouen Huskies could have been over in… Continue reading European Champions Cup 2017: Day 2

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European Champions Cup 2017: Major upset in group A

Today Dutch champion Curaçao Neptunus faced the Mainz Athletics. One grand slam home run made the difference today. Who did hit it? Max Boldt of the Mainz Athletics. Eventually, it prevented Neptunus from winning the game as the Rotterdam-based team lost 7-6. Misja Harcksen started on the mound for Curaçao Neptunus. It was quite a while… Continue reading European Champions Cup 2017: Major upset in group A

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European Champions Cup 2017: Day 1

Next, to the two games in which the two Dutch representatives played, there were two other games featuring the Mainz Athletics and the Rouen Huskies and the Buchbinder Legionnaere from Regensburg and the Rimini Pirates. Mainz Athletics  7  –  17  Rouen Huskies In a crazy game, the Mainz Athletics blew a 3-1 and a 5-3 lead… Continue reading European Champions Cup 2017: Day 1

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Munich-Haar Disciples and head coach part ways

German first Bundesliga club Munich-Haar Disciples announced on their website the club will part ways with head coach Don Freeman. Not because of the bad results but only because of important family matters he has to deal with. Despite a positive start of the season and the accomplishment of the goals set, the Disciples and… Continue reading Munich-Haar Disciples and head coach part ways

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Dutchies around the world, part 2

In this week’s edition of Dutchies around the world,  we are paying attention to Kenley Jansen, Jair Jurrjens, John Polonius, Ray-Patrick Didder, Chris Pieters, Wladimir Balentien and Mike Bolsenbroek. Kenley Jansen So far, Kenley had four save opportunities and he did convert them all. Next to these four games, Kenley appeared in two games in a… Continue reading Dutchies around the world, part 2

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Dutchies around the world

Another overview of the performances of players from Aruba, Curacao and the Netherlands in the various baseball leagues on this planet. This time WITH Andrelton Simmons and with some nice performance of Carter Kieboom. Andrelton Simmons is having a good start of the 2017 season. The shortstop of the Anaheim Angels is hitting a solid .391. In… Continue reading Dutchies around the world

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Dutchies around the world

Today a complete overview of all Dutchies, playing in the MLB, MiLB, in Japan, Korea and Germany.  So far, Xander Bogaerts has a slow start. A lot of twos in his stats. So far he played two games, collected two hits in nine at-bats, struck out twice, stole two bases and has a batting average… Continue reading Dutchies around the world