I'd Hit That pitcher David Lindstrom

Slo-pitch baseball teams I’d Hit That and The Guzzlers go head to head.

Slo-pitch baseball "beer leagues" face off in season play-offs.

  • Jul. 16, 2014 4:00 p.m.

Vanderhoof’s Slo-Pitch baseball league played it’s final play-off game on July 10. The deciding game came down to a match between local slo-pitch teams The Guzzlers and I’d Hit That.

“It was a close game right to the bitter end,” said Brenda Scott in an email detailing the game to our offices.

The game was tight-lipped and a suspenseful one with the score 12 to 11 in favour of team I’d Hit That at the end of the 6 inning. The Guzzlers came back to tie up the match in the 7 inning.

I’d Hit That batter David Lindstrom hit his first home run of the season, sending two players on base home and ultimately tipping the game in the favour of I’d Hit That and taking home the win.





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