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Game Played March 15, 2000 in Paradise


Immanuel Kant

Most Cosmic Player





































Scoresheet Abbreviations & Symbols
- single   = double   FO flyout   GO ground out   LO lineout   W walk   K strikeout   HR homerun   DP doubleplay   E error
1B Firstbase   2B Secondbase   3B Thirdbase   SS Shortstop   LF Leftfield   CF Centerfield   RF Rightfield   C Catcher   P Pitcher






































Boxscore Abbreviations
AB At Bat    H Hit    HR Homerun    RBI Run Batted In    B AVE Batting Average





Pitching Abbreviations
IP Innings Pitched    H Hits    R Runs    ER Earned Runs    BB Walks    K Strikeouts;     W Won    L Lost








































Batting
Homeruns   Turing, Kant-2 Triples   NoneDoubles   Hegel, Russell
Left-on-Base   Ionians-6; Pisces-9 Sacrifice Hits   None
Baserunning
Stolen Bases   NoneCaught Stealing   NoneMental Errors   None
Defense
Errors   None Doubleplays   Ionians- None; Pisces- None
Other Data
Umpires   Halle Barry, Darva Conger, Rick Rockwell,
Time   3 hours 15 min.Attendance   33,333Weather   58 F, Overcast

Two of the Cosmic Baseball Association's oldest teams met to launch the 19th cosmic season on the Ides of March. Despite the score it was a good game to watch with some exciting offensive moments almost exclusively offered by CBA's team of interesting philosophers and scientists, the Alphatown Ionians. Ionian veteran outfielder and esteemed German thinker, Immanuel Kant, whacked two thunderous balls out of Paradise Park scaring away the crows and seagulls in the way. For his offensive display Kant got the nod as the game's Most Cosmic Player. The Paradise Pisces, last season's Overleague pennant winner, have their work cut out for them this season...if this primordial season opener is any indication.




















Cosmic Season 2000 Opening Game- Ionians @ Pisces
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Published: March 15, 2000
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