News and Announcements
Final Series Game 1 of Best of 3:
Rockets rallied for 3 in bottom of 7 to win capped off by Jason Smalley two run single to walk it off. Jared Worth two home runs for Posse.
The Richardson Pioneer Men’s Fastball League regular season has come to an end. Friday will see 3 games with The Wynyard Blues hosting a double header against the Rosebud Royals in the 4/5 Playoff Best of Three at 6:30. In Neudorf the Posse will also host Balcarres Bronx for one game in their semi final best of three series starting at 7:00 PM. BBQ fundraiser on site. With the undefeated record the Rhein Rockets will await the winner of Wynyard and Rosebud in the other Semi-Final Best of Three Series.
Richardson Pioneer Men’s Fastball League FINAL Standings 2022:
Rhein Rockets 8-0
Neudorf Posse 5-3
Balcarres Bronx 3-5
Wynyard Blues 2-5
Rosebud Royals 1-6
Richardson Pioneer Men’s Fastball League set to start Friday.
The Richardson Pioneer Men’s Fastball League will start at the new North Shore Fishing Lake diamond located near Saskin Beach on the Kuroki Community Club Green-space. The Rhein Rockets will visit the Rosebud Royals (mostly Kelvington and Wadena players) in the leagues first game of the year at 6:45 Friday June 3rd. Then on Sunday in Ituna, the Rhein Rockets and Wynyard Blues will play a double header with game times set for 2:00 and 4:00.
Pictured: North Shore Diamond fence installation underway today by Nordic Fencing. Grand re-Opening of the Kuroki Community Club Greenspace headed up by the North Shore Recreation Revitalization group is scheduled in August. Details to come.
Richardson Pioneer Men’s Fastball League Returns with action the Rhein Rockets visiting Wynyard Blue May 27th at 6:45. Most of the teams will then face off in the Wynyard Blue Ice-Breaker on Sunday. The remaining schedule can be found on the league website. Playoffs this year are set for July 7-14 for Round 1, Round 2 is July 15-21, and the League Finals Best of Three will be July 22-29, 2022.
After taking the first game in Neudorf on Monday,
Rhein Rockets defeated the Neudorf Posse 7-6 on Wednesday to take the league title for the second year in a row.
Rockets got out to an early 3-0 lead in top 1 courtesy a two run line drive from Terry Peppler before the Posse puts up 4 of their own to lead 4-3 as both teams were feeling a little nerves to start. Game settled down nicely after that and turned into a great defensive battle. Chris Baber hit a solo home run to put the Posse up 5-3 in bottom 3. Rhein then scored 2 to tie the game in the top of the 4th. Teams exchange runs in the fifth before Rhett Reeve hit a solo home run to give the Rockets a 7-6 lead in the top of 7. Terry Peppler retired Neudorf’s 9-1-2-3-4-5 batters in order in the bottom of the 6th and 7th to cement the victory. Excellent pitching and defense both ways. Bret Peppler at short stop for Rhein and Jared Werth at 2nd base for Neudorf were exceptional. Rhett Reeve named playoff MVP.
WP – Terry Peppler
LP – Drew Hoehn