The baseball season is well underway with Saskota baseball continuing to deliver excitement and entertainment to crowds across the southeast.
The Carlyle Cardinals, prior to this week’s deadline, were sitting with a 6-0 record with four wins at home and two on the road. With 46 runs for and a runs for average of 7.67 they are doing well allowing only 18 runs against them in six games making a runs against average of a mere 3.
The Kenosee Cubs are close behind with four wins and one tie so far this season. The Cubs are averaging 7.6 runs for and have allowed an average of 4.6 against.
The Arcola Threshers are sitting in third in the standings currently with 3 wins, 2 losses, and 2 ties. They’re sitting at a runs for average of 5 and a runs against average of 4.43.
It’s the Oxbow Chiefs that are sitting just behind the Threshers in the standings with a 3-3 win/loss ratio. They’ve averaged 4.5 runs for and against so far this season.
Sitting in the middle of the pack are the Carnduff Astros with a record of 2 wins and 3 losses. Averaging 6 runs for and allowing 6.6 runs against this season they will be fighting to climb the ranks.
The Estevan Tower Wolves are running on 2 wins and 4 losses this year with a runs for average of 5.5 and a runs against average of 5.83.
The Redvers A’s are tied with the Wolves counting 2 wins and 4 losses at time of publication. They’ve averaged 6 runs for and 6 runs against so far this season.
Following closely behind are the Lampman Pirates who have a record of 1 win, 3 losses, and 1 tie. They’re averaging 4.6 runs for, while allowing 6.6 runs against.
Trailing the Pirates are the Wawota Pats with 1 win and 5 losses. The Pats will have some work to do as they increase their runs for, which currently sits at 4.83, and stop the runs against, which is up to 10.17 on average.
The action is held every Tuesday and Thursday. Check ballcharts.com/teams/index.php?team=saskota for this year’s schedule. Big tourneys left for the season includes the Big Moose to be held July 3-5 in Carlyle and Kenosee. This will be followed a couple of weeks later with the Harbourne Memorial Playoff Tournament in Kenosee from July 24-26. The season will then be wrapped up with an All-Star Game hosted in Oxbow on Aug. 21 at 6 p.m. where the best of the northern league players will take on the best of the southern league players.