Baseball Ireland Machine Cage League 60mph 2022
|1||Mariners Baseball B||6||1||3||21||0.750||0||26||13||13||W1|
|3||Dublin City Hurricanes||2||2||6||12||0.500||0||4||4||0||T3|
|4||Comets Baseball B||2||2||6||12||0.500||0||15||20||-5||L1|
|5||Red Rox Baseball||0||2||8||8||0.400||0||0||3||-3||T3|
|6||Dublin Spartans B||0||4||6||6||0.300||0||0||6||-6||T2|
References: Calculated Automatically from Results in  Legend / Key: (P) = Games Played, (W) = Win, 4 Points, (T) = Tie, 2 Points, (L) = Loss, 1 Point, (Pts) = Points Total, (Pct) = Winning Percentage (W + (Tx0.5))/P), GB = Games Behind ((Team 1 Wins + Team 2 Losses) / 2) – ((Team 2 Wins + Team 1 Losses) / 2), (RS) = Runs Scored, (RA) = Runs Against, (Diff) = Run Difference, (Stk) = Winning, Losing or Tying Streak
Baseball Ireland Machine Cage League 60mph
Recap Week 1
The only runs scored in week 1 were by Mariners Baseball B team in their second game with the Dublin City Hurricanes, winning 3-0. All other games ended in 0-0 ties, including Comets Baseball B’s games with Dublin Spartans B and Ashbourne Titans games with Red Rox Baseball .
Recap Week 2
There were 1-0 wins for Mariners Baseball B, Ashbourne Titans and Comets Baseball B, all in their second games of the day, over Red Rox Baseball, Dublin Spartans B and Dublin City Hurricanes respectively, with the first of each of the three double-headers each finishing in a 0-0 tie . The Results left Mariners B on top of the Standings with 12 Points, then Ashbourne Titans and Comets B on 10 points each, Dublin Spartans B and Red Rox on 7 Points, and Dublin City Hurricanes on 6 Points .
Recap Week 3
Again the first games of each of the three double headers finished in a 0-0 tie. As batters got used to the batting machine, however, first Dublin City Hurricanes got their first win of the league, 2-0 against Dublin Spartans B, and then Mariners B gained a third victory of the league with a 2-1 win versus Ashbourne Titans, the first game in the 60mph league where both teams scored runs. The final match of the week was a 0-0 tie between Comets Baseball B and Red Rox Baseball . The Results meant Mariners B were out in front with 18 points, followed by Comets B on 14, Ashbourne Titans on 13, Dublin City Hurricanes making a jump up two places to fourth on 12 points, and in fifth Red Rox on 11 and sixth place was taken by Dublin Spartans B on 10 points 
Recap Week 4
Mariners B moved into a commanding position at the top of the 60mph League with two wins over Dublin Spartans B (2-0 and 1-0) to open the fourth weekend. The wins put them on 5 wins in total and 3 draws for 26 Points. Dublin Spartans B were rooted to the foot of the table with 4 draws and 4 losses for 12 points. Next up Dublin City Hurricanes got their second win with a 2-0 victory over Red Rox with the second game a 0-0 tie, moving the Hurricanes into third on 18 Points, and leaving Red Rox in fifth with 14 points from 6 Draws and 2 Losses. The Final match of the weekend saw Ashbourne Titans move into second place on 19 points with a 3-2 win over Comets B, with the second game a 0-0 draw. Comets were now on 17 points in fourth place .
Recap Week 5
In the Final Week of the Baseball Ireland Machine Cage League 60mph, Dublin Spartans B and Red Rox batted off to two 0-0 ties, followed by another two 0-0 ties between Dublin City Hurricanes and Ashbourne Titans. The Results left Ashbourne Titans on 23 points, Dublin City Hurricanes B on 22, Red Rox on 16 points and Dublin Spartans B on 16 points. With the title already wrapped up, Mariners Baseball B met Comets Baseball B the following day (Sunday the 6th of February) in what turned out to be a slugfest – Comets B took the first game 5-4 and Mariners B responded with a massive 13 runs in the second game to triumph 13-7, finishing on 31 points in the process, with Comets B in third on 22 points 
Using a Pitching Machine and Video System which could tell where hits went in a real Baseball Field in the new Irish Baseball Indoor Training Centre in Finglas, Dublin, the Baseball Ireland 60mph Machine Cage League opened the Irish Baseball Preseason for B League Teams in January 2022.
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Team LOGO REFERENCES
 Mariners Baseball (2021) Profile Picture, April 7 2021 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/MarinersBaseballClub/photos/a.152658488121688/3793642710689896/ [Accessed 19 June 2021]
 Dublin Spartans Facebook Page (2018) Dublin Spartans Logo [Internet] Available from: https://scontent-dub4-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-1/p200x200/12472700_1694851807430395_1309963740216936694_n.png?_nc_cat=110&oh=7c98365b37e8084eb781a5c420a31619&oe=5C517A8C [Accessed 6 October 2018]
 Comets Baseball Facebook Page (2020) Profile Picture, February 13, 2020. [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/Cavan.Comets/photos/a.143624539012535/3497830903591865/ [Accessed 19 June 2021]
 Dublin City Hurricanes Facebook Page (2018) Dublin City Hurricanes Logo [Internet] Available from: https://scontent-dub4-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-1/p200x200/10933776_804798689591934_8248138920111264355_n.jpg?_nc_cat=106&oh=fa032b0e9afd140ec2e5ffa4f8ae3c0b&oe=5C54C203 [Accessed 6 October 2018]
 Dublin City Hurricanes (2021) Ashbourne-Titans-Logo-150×150 [Internet] Available from: http://www.dublinhurricanes.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Ashbourne-Titans-Logo-150×150.png [Accessed 20 July 2021]
 Dublin City Hurricanes (2021) Red Rox Baseball [Internet] Available from: http://www.dublinhurricanes.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Red-Rox-Baseball-WhatsApp-Image-2021-06-25-at-15.10.43-150×150.jpeg [Accessed 20 July 2021]
 Baseball Ireland (2022) Machine Cage League 60mph [Internet] Available from: https://baseballireland.ie/league/166879/ [Accessed 10 February 2022]
 Baseball Ireland (2017) Baseball Ireland Logo Car Sticker [Internet] http://www.baseballireland.com/images/carsticker.jpg [Accessed 1 May 2017]
Thanks to Adrian Kelly, Tom Kelley, Dr. Jose A. Santos, Rav Mphande, Jason Wiebe and Sean Mitchell (Baseball Ireland, Dublin City Hurricanes, Comets Baseball, Ashbourne Giants, Ashbourne Titans).
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