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Tradewater Priates are Regular Season and Post Season Playoff Champions.


The Kitty League was founded in 1903 and played baseball at the Class D level until 1955. It produced many young players and gave opportunity for veterans to keep playing the game they loved.  After 50 years, the league was reborn in 2005 as the KIT League and nicknamed the Kitty League. 


FINAL 2010 REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS

KIT ONLY

OVERALL

 Team W L % GB

STR

W L

Tradewater

28

13

.683

-

W4

30

15

Fulton

27

14

.659

1

L1

29

15

Owensboro

20

20

.500

7.5

L3

20

22

Marion

16

24

.400

11.5

L6

22

26

Farmington

10

30

.250

17.5

W2

12

30

Overall record includes games with TSCBA teams.


Round 1

Best of 3 series

Round 2

Best of 3 series

July 30

Game 1

TRA 4 @ OWN 3

 

July 30

Game 2

OWN 1 @ TRA 3 

 

Playoff Stats Here

 

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for Box Scores

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2010 REGULAR & POST SEASON GAME SUMMARIES HERE


N E W S   &   I N F O R M A T I O N


2010 Kitty League Season Leaders. July 28, 2010 - The 2010 Regular Season completed on Tuesday with a tie breaking game between the Tradewater Pirates and the Fulton Railroaders.   There were 40 games played by each KIT team within the league against other KIT teams, except Tradewater and Fulton add 1 game with the tiebreaker.  Below are the individual Offensive and Pitching Leaders for the 2010 Regular Season play.  Post Season Playoff games will not be included, and playoff stats will be posted separately.  Congratulations to those players who were the best in 2010 and thanks to all the players for a great season of baseball. 

 

2010  Season League Leaders*

Offensive

Best Batting Average Travis Jankowski .484 Marion Bobcats
Most Home Runs Ryan Chesler 8 Marion Bobcats
Most Runs Batted In Justin Juneau 43 Tradewater Pirates
Most Hits Travis Jankowski 62 Marion Bobcats
Most Stolen Bases Travis Jankowski 45 Marion Bobcats

Pitching

Most Games Won Cody Crabaugh 7 Tradewater Pirates
  Taylor Riggs 7 Tradewater Pirates
Best W/L Percentage Cody Crabaugh 87.5 Tradewater Pirates
Best ERA Austin Park 2.21 Marion Bobcats
Most Strike Outs Justin O'Brien 63 Marion Bobcats
Most Saves Cody Gibson 5 Fulton Railroaders
  Benjamin Johnson 5 Fulton Railroaders

* Qualifying at 108+ plate appearances for batters and 32+ innings pitched for pitchers except saves (post-season games not included).


2010 Kitty League All Star Team

Fulton Railroaders

Farmington Browns

Tradewater Pirates

Brett Teschner - C Bubba Donathan - INF Justin Juneau - INF
Mike Bass - INF Bryan Krause - OF Tyler Duplantis - INF
Josh Reynolds - INF Zach Lewis - RHP Adam Culiver -RHP
Mitch McClay - OF Derek Casola - RHP Zac Treece - RHP
Derek Roof - RHP Honorable Mention Tyler Riggs - RHP
Honorable Mention Chris Dowd Honorable Mention
Gage Franklin Daniel Peters Cory Phillips
Cody Gibson (June 29, 2010) Alex Reynolds
Owensboro Oilers

 2010 KIT League All Stars

On June 28, league commissioner Randy Morgan met with the field mangers and representatives from every team and selected the 2010 Kitty League All Stars. The 2010 All Star Game will take place on Sunday, July 4, in Owensboro, Kentucky.  The game will pit the best of the Kitty League against the best of the Tennessee Summer Collegiate Baseball Association (TSCBA). An All-Star home run derby is at 4 pm and the All-Star Game starts at 6 pm.. All-Star festivities will take place at Apollo High School, to accommodate the expected crowd. Congratulations to those selected and for another great summer of baseball in 2010

Marion Bobcats
David Murphy - INF/DH Travis Jankowski - OF
Deaun Williams - OF Dylan Rash - OF
Jordan White - OF Ryan Chesler - DH
Luke Garmon - INF Mike Perez - C
Ryan Rogers - LHP Curran McNeely - RHP
Nathan James - RHP Austin Park - LHP
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Jeremy Dobbs Justin Stout
Mike Maddle
Randy Wienel

  


Results for July 4, 2010

 

All Star Game - Kitty League 6, TSCBA 0. by Brett Mills The All-Stars of the Kentucky-Illinois-Tennessee (KIT) League came together in Owensboro Kentucky to shut out the visiting All-Stars of the Tennessee Summer Collegiate Baseball Association (TSCBA) Sunday evening. The final score was 6 to 0. The KIT All-Stars scored first with one run in the bottom of the 1st inning. Mike Bass (Railroaders) led off with a single, and stole second base. Bass took third base on a fielders choice. He scored on an RBI groundout by Tyler Duplantis (Pirates). KIT increased its lead with two more runs in the bottom of the 3rd inning. Travis Jankowski (Bobcats) walked for the second time in the game. He stole second base, then scored on an RBI double off the bat of Justin Juneau (Pirates). Duplantis collected his second RBI of game by following with a RBI double of his own, scoring Juneau. KIT added two more runs in the bottom of the 6th inning. Jordan White (Oilers) singled. He scored all the way from first base on a RBI double by Ryan Chesler (Bobcats). Chesler moved to third base on a groundout and scored on an RBI grounder by Luke Garmon (OIlers). KIT scored one more run in the bottom of the 8th inning. Mike Perez (Bobcats) singled. Perez got to second base safely when a ball intended to start a 1-6-3 double play sailed over the shortstop's reach, so Garmon reached first safely. A walk loaded the bases. The TSCBA infield converted a fielder's choice into an opportunity to force Perez at the plate. but the bases remained loaded. Garmon scored on an RBI single by Kellen Begeman (Railroaders). TSCBA got the two outs it needed to leave the score at 6 to 0 in KIT's favor, where it remained at the end of the game. The succession of KIT pitchers combined for the three-hit shutout. The starter was Zach Lewis (Browns). Ryan Rogers (Oilers) gets the win -- pitching the two innings that made the game official. The losing pitcher was TSCBA starter Garrett Franchier (Wilson Co. Lynx). Click here for Box Scores.


2010 Kitty League Season includes inter-league play with TSCBA. March 8, 2010- The Kitty League is comprised of five (5) teams for the 2010 season. They are the Tradewater Pirates, Fulton Railroaders, Owensboro Oilers, Marion Bobcats and Farmington Browns. Adding to the leagues playing schedule will be several weekend games with teams with the T.S.C.B.A. (Tennessee Summer Collegiate Baseball Association).


 

                                

 

 

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