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1950-2018
Our Sixty-Eighth Year
The Oldest Continuously-Active Contest in Sport

The Bowl came down to a single hit that wasn’t

Jim Wiltman wins 2018 300 Club Batting Prize at .3081; Addie Davidson is 2nd as Dodgers’ Machado goes 1 for 4 in season’s 163rd game; his avg falls to .297 and breaks first-ever 300 Club tie; Parkinson, Kirkpatrick and Bruce Miller also win; no winner in Stolen Bases or Dimaggio contests. Thanks to all Members!

Had the Dodgers’ Manny Machado gotten one more hit in LA’s tiebreaking 5-2 win over Colorado at Chavez Ravine on October 1, his average would have risen, not fallen, and Addie Davidson would have won the Bowl. But this closest finish in anyone’s memory came down to just one at bat as Jim Wiltman and Addie were tied before the game at .3081. Meanwhile, Joel Parkinson won the Pitcher’s Prize with Max Scherzer as first tiebreaker (nobody picked Matt Snell!). Rick Kirkpatrick won the Homers Contest outright with 131 homers, and Bruce Miller won the RBI prize with JD Martinez’s 130 RBI total just 2 away from his call and a tiebreaking Alts Avg. of .297. Nobody chose Whit Merrifield for Stolen Bases (45) or 20 Games for the Dimaggio Prize, so those are not awarded this year. Once again, thanks to all Members for playing in 2018! (Photo: Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)
2018 Weekly Contest Winners
Week Ending Member Average
9/30 Dick Brickley 302
9/23 Billy Russo 348
9/16 Grant DeVaul 317
9/9 Marque Miringoff 319
9/2 Marque Miringoff 319
8/26 Matthew Tropeano 341
8/19 Matthew Tropeano 317
8/12 2016 Champ
aka James Wiltman
347
8/5 Stephanie Wiltman 310
7/29 Billy Russo 343
7/22 Alex Khaddar 303
7/15 Robert Mills 365
7/8 Fritz Wiltman 359
7/1 Brian Rohde 331
6/24 Barbara Carvalho 351
6/17 Alex Khaddar 345
6/10 Matthew Tropeano 338
6/03 Jack Glidden 378
5/27 Bruce White 336
5/20 Sarah Rohde 369

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