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COLIN WALSH SETS THREE SOFTBALL PLAYOFF RECORDS

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Colin Walsh Set 3 Senior League Playoff Records In 2020

 

Colin Walsh (3 Cheers Pub Dodgers) turned in a record setting performance during the 2020 Molson St. John’s Senior Men’s Fastpitch League Playoffs.

Walsh and his 3 Cheers Pub Dodgers teammates went a perfect 6-0 en route to capturing their second Molson St. John’s Senior Men’s Fastpitch League Championship in 3-Seasons (2018 & 2020).

 

Playoff Record #1 – Batting Average (.700)

Walsh went an impressive 14-for-20 and finished with a record setting .700 Batting Average.

 

Previous Record

2015 – Brad Ezekiel (NTV Hitmen) .613BA (19-31)

 

Playoff Record #2 – Home Runs (7)

Walsh finished with a record setting 7 Home Runs. He hit 6 Home Runs in the Semi-Final and 1 Home Run in the Final.

Previous Record (Post-1961)

1999 – Stephen Jesso (Labatt Blues) 6 Home Runs

 

Previous Record (Pre-1961 Short Fences)

1959 – George Crewe (Aces) 9 Home Runs

 

Playoff Record #3 – Home Runs In Single Game (3)

Walsh hit 3 Home Runs in Game 2 of their Best-of-5 Semi-Final Series against The Bigs. He led-off the Top of the 1st Inning with a Solo Home Run to centerfield, With 1-Out in the Top of the 4th Inning he hit a Solo Home Run to centerfield and With 2-Out in the Top of the 6th Inning he hit a Solo Home Run to left-field.

 

Previous Record (Post-1961)

Held By 24 Players (2 Home Runs In Single Playoff Game)

Previous Record (Pre-1961 Short Fences)

Held By 9 Players (2 Home Runs In Single Playoff Game)

Colin Walsh’s 2020 Overall Playoff Stats:

Batting: 6GP, 14-20 .700BA, 13R, 7HR, 3BB, 8RBI

Pitching: 4GP, 3-0, 21INNS, 7ER, 2.33ERA, 20K, 1SV

Interesting Note: Walsh Never Struckout In 23 Plate Appearances In The Post-Season.

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