By Lou Roesch
As Scrap Yard Dawgs head coach Gerry Glasco was driving to Baton Rouge, he said all he wanted were four more wins and preferably four straight. Well, it took five games to get four wins but he's not complaining as his Dawgs are the 2017 Cowles Cup
Aug 20, 2017
By Lou Roesch
It's do or die, put up or shut up time for the Scrap Yard Dawgs after a 5-0 loss to the USSSA Pride in game one of the NPF championship title series. It was not the way the game was supposed to go but then
Saturday night's National Pro Fastpitch championship series begins as it should be with the two best teams all season long battling it out for the Cowles Cup.
The Pride with just nine losses all season dispatched of the Chicago Bandits in a series sweep on Friday evening. The Bandits had
Last season, the Scrap Yard Dawgs surprised the National Pro FastPitch world by making it to the championship tournament along with perennial powers USSSA Pride and the Chicago Bnadits. The Dawgs pushed the Bandits to the limit before bowing out one game short of the tile series. This season there
JULY 20, 2017 HOUSTON, TX
Katiyana Mauga's three home run performance in game two of a twi-night doubleheader led the Scrap Yard Dawgs to a doubleheader sweep of the Beijing Eagles. The Dawgs who set four franchise records in game one continued to rewrite the record book in game two
July 28, 2017, Conroe, TX
Records fell in game one of Friday night's doubleheader opening game win by the Scrap Yard Dawgs. The Dawgs 14-4 win included a team record five home runs against the Beijing Shougang Eagles. The franchise setting five home run outburst marked the fourth time this season
The Scrapyard Dawgs swept a twi-night doubleheader Friday night with the Beijing Eagles at Constellation Field in Sugar Land, Texas. The Dawgs won both games in walk-off fashion taking the opener 3-2 and the nightcap 8-7 in 10 innings. The extra inning affair marked the third consecutive walk-off win for
The Scrapyard Dawgs won their second consecutive game in walk-off fashion. On Sunday, it was a Kasey Cooper's first professional hit and RBI that propelled the Dawgs to a 7-6 wlak-off win. Five days later, Britt Vonk scored the game winner again, this time off the bat of Kiki Stokes.
If the Scrap Yard Dawgs never have to face the USSSA Pride in 2017, you won't hear them complaining. ith one more game left in the current home and home series with the USSSA Pride, the Dawgs have dropped four in a row to the Pride including back-to-back extra inning
The Scrap Yard Dawgs (9-7) dropped a heartbreaking 5-3 decision on Friday night at home to the USSSA Pride. The Dawgs pounded Pride pitching for 11 hits including three from second baseman Nerissa Meyers but could not get the big hit when they needed it most.
The Dawgs loaded the bases