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New York Gremlins prove they deserve top billing

Monday, July 29th, 2013

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Sean Whitten hurled the New York Gremlins to the championship of the Ed McCormick Men’s Fastpitch Tournament by defeating Pennsylvania Power in the championship, Sunday July 28 in Erie, Pennsylvania.

ERIE, Penn. – The world’s four top-ranked teams met in a head-to-head showdown and the New York Gremlins proved they deserve top billing.

The Gremlins, ranked No. 1 by the International Softball Congress, swept through the fourth annual Ed McCormick Men’s Fastpitch Tournament unblemished (4-0) and finished off the July 27-28 weekend by defeating No. 4 ranked Pennsylvania Power of Harrisburg, PA 11-4 in the final.

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New York Gremlins men’s fastpitch team finalizes roster

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

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CLIFTON PARK, NY – The New York Gremlins are happy to announce that Sean Whitten, Jeff Goolagong and Tyson Byrne will be joining the squad for the 2013 season. (Whitten, one of fastball’s top pitchers, played for the Eugene, Oregon / California A’s in 2012.)

The Gremlins, an annual threat to win an ISC World Tournament championship finished fourth ISC chronological order of finish in 2012 with a 4-2 record.

The Gremlin roster:

Andrew Kirkpatrick – P
Sean Whitten – P
Bill Hillhouse – P
Bryan Abrey – C
Blair Ezekiel – 1B
Rhys Casley – 2B
Tyson Byrne – 3B
Todd Schultz – SS
Travis Wilson – INF/DH
Nick Mullins – INF/C
Mathieu Roy – OF
Jeff Goolagong – OF
Derek Pukash – OF
Wayne Laulu – OF
Ben Wideman – OF
Vahram Mateosian – C/DH
Frank Perez – INF

Denny Bruckert – MGR
Gregg Leather – Coach
Jeff Hook – Coach
Peter Schmitt – Coach
Greg Nydick – Scorekeeper
Bruce Tanski – Sponsor
Bob Nydick – Sponsor

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Midland Explorers prepping for ISC world tournament

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

By John Kennett for the Midland Daily News

MIDLAND, MI – With one International Softball Congress World Tournament already under their belts, plans are well underway for the 2012 ISC Men’s World Fastball Tournament.

Projected to pump $2.3 million into the local economy, the Midland Explorers host committee welcomes over 70 teams to Emerson Park on Aug. 11 for eight days of the best fast pitch softball in the world.

“I still say we were very fortunate because we got great community response from the fans that came out in 2010,” said Midland Explorers’ Host Committee CO-chair Kyle Beane. “The second time through is easier. It’s still a lot of hard work, but there are not as many surprises this time because we have a list to work from.”

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