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@@@ 6th @@@
It’s a ground OUT for openers at the top of the 6th but then Calico cracks the bat and sends one sailing high up into the bleachers for a SOLO HOME RUN!! (+1)
Kaji pounds one out and makes it to first.
When Beaker steps into the pitch with the swing, there’s no doubt where that ball’s going to end up; OVER THE FENCE!! That’s a HOME RUN for sure!! Kaji and Beaker add (+2).
Apparently the next two Pois batters were hoping to catch a little of the same action but Macaw mitts pulled those fly balls down for OUTS 2 & 3, sending those Pois to their dugout.


Needing to double their score, the Macaws come out swinging.
The first batter misses altogether. Three times. 1st OUT.
The second batter connects but P’n’D Gizmo quick action makes it an OUT at first.
The third batter, like the first, swings for the bleachers but sends nothing there but air making it 3 up/ 3 down in the bottom of the sixth.

The Macaws can break THIS pattern anytime soon.


@@@ 7th @@@
Hot off the bat of Pois hitter Ollie, it’s a three-bagger for starters at the top of the 7th.
A grounder that plows it’s way straight to second base is whipped to first by Reba after a moment’s hesitation on just where to throw the ball. The runner’s OUT at first. Ollie stays put on third when the ball’s quickly returned to pitcher Ruby.
Sam makes it easy for Ollie to come home when he clobbers the pitch for a beautiful HOME RUN!! (+2) Ollie and Sam receive a warm welcome home from both teammates and fans in the stands.
A high flying hit lands in center fielder RaneBeau’s mitt for a 2nd OUT.
Up next — Leah. And she takes the first pitch off flockmate Ruby’s wing, sending that ball deep into right field... no, wait, it’s going, it’s going... it’s OVER THE WALL! SOLO HOME RUN!! (+1)
There’s no sweet pitch for Calico- she gets walked to first where she’s left following a third OUT on a grounder.

This brings us to STRETCH TIME! The score stands at 14 - 5 with the Mighty Macaws yet to play their half of the 7th inning. As you refill those drinks or order up another cheesy nacho, ponder the ramifications of this situation. If the Pois hold this lead, you may be about to eat your last ballpark frank. If the Macaws pull together their mighty powers, the ones that got them here in the first place, you’ll have tomorrow to enjoy eat another tasty treat from the concession stand. Either way, what remains of this game is surely going to be

E*X*C*I*T*I*N*G !!
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