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Lots Of Beers - Left On Base
Both the Beers and Jays split last weekend, but the Jays could be in trouble as it appears as though Beers’ ace Ryan Smith is rounding into form.

Smith, who has pitched somewhat sparingly over the last few years, has been a workhorse for the Beers this year, logging 20 innings of work thus far to lead his club. He has pitched to a 0.35 ERA and struck out 43 batters in that time, serving as both a starter and a closer (2 saves).

The performance of Anderson Herrad, who has posted a 1.82 ERA over 15 innings, means that Beers have found a reliable No. 2 starter, which should make them tough to beat down the stretch.

  1. April 30, 2017
    at. NY Roughriders (5-1)
    W 8-6 | L 4-2
  2. May 7, 2017
    vs. NY Blue Jays (1-4)
    W 9-8 | W 10-7
  3. May 20, 2017
    vs. NYC Giants (3-5)
    W 12-3 | L 15-13
  4. Jun 4, 2017
    Vs. Mudhens (9-1)
    10:00 AM EST
  1. Baisley Park
    Baisley Park

NY Beers Workout with:
1B #11 - Max Loehrke
..to leave the Bulls wondering, "What happened?”

​​The New York Beers and Downtown Bulls matched up this off season in a spring training preseason game with no stakes in the line, but a whole lot to prove.​​
Sneak peek video of First Baseman, Max Loehrke's impressive workout regiment at The Beers Practice Facility, The Bronx Brewery.
In this regular season match up The Beers would have ace pitcher Ryan Smith (1-0) throwing game one and Anderson Herrad (1-1) throwing game two. 
​​With weather conditions worsening as the day progressed, Ryan Smith managed to grip on to a 5-0 lead and get his first win of the season 5-2. Anderson Herrad complete game performance on the mound in game two would prove to be a very positive outcome for The Beers. Winning 5-1 and sweeping the series against The Bulls.

Pitching may have proved to be dominating, but it was the work at the plate by Max Loehrke that really sparked The Beers offense. ​While talks of PEDs circulate in the MLB, conversations of PEBs (Performance Enhancing Beers) surface in the MABL. Max Loehrke has been batting .500 for the start of the season and with 11 Hits, he leads The Beers in hitting.​
K-K-K-K-K-Keep them
Ryan Smith strikes out 11 batters in 5 innings pitched. What a performance by the leagues best pitcher. Can he get any better?!
Victor Rivera recaps his epic game, hospital visit
PREVIEW: New York Beers vs. New York Roughriders
Following the holiday break, Victor Rivera helps the Beers route the other team with a loss. A major game at the plate for Victor, and can he keep this performance up during the season?
These two teams squared off last August in a wild, extra-inning playoff game that the Riders won in walk-off fashion. No doubt the Beers, coming into the game just a smidge under .500, will be looking for some measure of revenge on Sunday. 

The Beers' staff has been led by Ryan Smith and Anderson Herrad, who are both pitching to sub-1.00 ERAs thus far, and if both players take the mound on Sunday, they could have a chance to shut down a potent Riders' lineup that has been led by Rogelio Suriel, who is hitting an astounding .625 on the year. 
IPA: Inferior Performance Apathy for the Beers
Video analysis of the devastating Beers loss last weekend. 

See it here: 
Beers go flat after the 5th
The Beers found goose eggs in the win columns of their baskets on Easter Sunday. The Tigers pawed out a 9-2 victory in game one as The Beers starting pitcher struggled to find a rhythm.

Game two was flawless by Ryan Smith, setting The Beers up with a 5-0 lead after the 5th. Once again The Beers bullpen struggles, allowing 6 runs in two innings. The game ends in a 6-6 tie. "There should be no tying in baseball?!"