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25
Jun

Jumpers Split Weekend Matches

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canaljumpers.0310.retroby Mike Woody

The Tippecanoe Canal Jumpers split their two weekend matches, both of which were tightly contested.

A heart stomping defeat was dealt to our gallant lads, by the Clodbusters on Saturday, June 19, but the next day, a victory was secured against the North Baltimore Cyclones.

In the first match, played in fields of Fairborn, the Canal Jumpers were in control throughout the first eight innings against their arch-rival the Clodbusters. However, their good fortunes were short lived as the lead was snatched away in the Clodbusters’ final turn at the plate.

Courtesy of the solid hurling by Phil ‘Curly’ Cox and some timely well – struck balls by Craig ‘The Cannon’ Seeman and Adam ‘Ricochet’ Blake the Canal Jumpers were ahead 5-3 after seven.

A key at bat occurred in the eighth, thanks to Mike ‘Big Papi’ McDermott a.k.a ‘Benedict’ who chose to play for the opposition, when it was discovered they were short a player. The turncoat Big Papi betrayed his team by loading the bases with a hit, which continued the dreadful inning and allowed the Clodbusters to secure a lead. Big Papi was originally called out, but the umpires call of a fair ball was reversed, thus allowing the inning to continue. By the time it was over, the Clodbusters had scored three aces and led 6-5.

The Canal Jumpers were retired quietly in the ninth, with the final ball caught by none other but the suddenly sure- handed Big Papi in center field.

Despite the outcome, it was a well played game by the Canal Jumpers who remained gentleman amidst the sorrow of defeat. A slight commotion was stirred when Ricochet was issued a fine of 25 cents by the umpire for spitting on the field and was made to apologize to the female cranks.

With no time to sulk, the Canal Jumpers readied for another match on June 20 at the Willowtree Inn with the North Baltimore Cyclones. A combination of well-struck balls and stellar assured the Jumpeers were 10-5 victors.

The gallant offensive attack was led by Kevin ‘The Inn Keeper’ Lett with a pair of base hits, one of which soared over the fence into the corn field, and Rod ‘The Vacuum’ Martino whose fleet-footed base running generates lightening speed.

It was a back -and -forth match, but the fine hurling of Mark ‘Mad Dog’ Mabelitini was able to keep the Canal Jumpers close, until they erupted with five aces over the last two innings to secure the victory.

The Cyclones struggled to string together

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a series of hits due, in part, to the cannon ball arm of Glen ‘Wolfpack’ McMurry at third, who effortlessly made the throw to retire runners at first. And behind the plate, Steven ‘Swifty’ Pope was splendid, recording four straight put-outs by catching foul tips.

One exception to the near perfectly played match by the Canal Jumpers was the Inn Keeper

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made to apologize to the cranks for throwing down his bat in frustration. Once match was completed in honor of Father’s Day, children in attendance were permitted to play.

The Jumpers are a much improved club from the beginning of the season and will attempt to establish their first two game winning streak in team history when they meet the Columbus Buckeyes on Saturday, July 10 at the Tipp City Park beginning at 1:00 p.m.

16
Jun

TWO Canal Jumpers Games This Weekend – Whew!

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Heritage Day PosterSaturday, 6/19 vs. Clodbusters BBC

On Saturday, June 19, the Canal Jumpers will be playing at Central Park in Fairborn for Fairborn’s Heritage Days. The game will be a rematch with the Clodbuster Base Ball Club who shellacked the might Canal Jumpers by the score of 17-0 on June 9.  Match time is 1 pm so come out and join the fun!  2010 Heritage Days Passport Flyer

TCJ v Norwood LoganSunday, 6/20 vs.

North Baltimore Cyclones

The Sheriff and Umpire aka Logan “White Lightening” Rogers wants to remind all you cranks about the Canal Jumper’s match at the Willowtree Inn this Sunday, June 20 at 1 pm. It’s Father’s Day so we’ll be doing a special father’s day toss with the kids. Come out and cheer on your home town base ball club!

19
May

CANAL JUMPERS WIN OPENER 6-3!!!

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The Tippecanoe Canal Jumpers WIN HOME OPENER 6-3!!! In a well fought match with the Norwood Highlanders Base Ball Club, the Canal Jumpers scored 5 aces in the 5th inning to best the Highlanders. A perfect day for base ball, Tippecanoe didn’t disappoint the hometown cranks (fans). Our next match is Wednesday, June 9 at Carrilon Park in Dayton and will be against the Kettering Clodbuster Base Ball Club. Well played Gentlemen of Tippecanoe!

Also at our home opener we premiered our NEW LOOK 2010 Canal Jumpers circa 1860 uniforms, featuring our new red shields, which are custom-made, hand-sewn plastrons that are attached to white dress shirts with 10 buttons each. This is more authentic than our 2009 uniforms, which featured red suspenders. We hope that our new plastrons will be the envy of ballists near and far.

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our sincere thanks to the Willowtree Inn for hosting this great Home Opener, and to Ms. Andrea Nay for sharing her wonderful photos of our beloved Canal

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Jumpers. We would like to express our sincere appreciation for her photographic talents. For more information, please visit our website at www.tippecanoecanaljumpers.com or follow us on Facebook!

10
May

Home Opener May 16th!

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canaljumpers.0310.retroThe Opening Day Game for the Tippecanoe Canal Jumper Vintage Base Ball Team is May 16th at 1pm at the Willowtree Inn – see you there!  The Canal Jumpers will be playing the visiting Norwood Highlanders, traveling to play us from Norwood, Ohio.  Tickets will be $2.00 and there will be ample free parking at the Willowtree Inn.  Come on out and join us for a great game!