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Our Sixty-Ninth Year
The Oldest Continuously-Active Contest in Sport

The first winner of the new Bowl!

Harvey Rohde wins 2019 300 Club Batting Title at .3118; he also won in '95; Schreiber is 2nd and Kirkpatrick 3rd. Montell wins Pitchers, Schreiber, Homers; DiNicola wins SBs; Langen and Sugar tie for Dimaggio, no winner in RBIs

The sixty-ninth season of The Three Hundred Club, the oldest continuously active contest in Sport, draws to a close Monday September 30 with our Winner Harvey Rohde edging out Kevin Schreiber by .012. For the first time, three members of the Rohde family, Harvey, Thomas, and Brian, finished in the top 10. There was no RBI winner because nobody chose Anthony Rendon, who led MLB with 126. Ribbies. This year we inaugurate the new Germain Glidden Bowl, as the original is out of space, and Harvey's name will be inscribed as the first Winner! Congratulations and our thanks to all Members who participated in another wonderful year. PLEASE NOTE: Next season we will inaugurate a brand-new website and we will be in touch with the Membership over the chilly months with ideas for expanding our Membership. (Photo: Damianos Photography)
2018 Weekly Contest Winners
Week Ending Member Average
9/29 James Rohde 340
9/22 Robert Mills 287
9/15 James Wiltman 312
9/8 Daniel Costigan 301
9/1 Addie Davidson 360
8/25 Kevin Schreiber 316
8/17 Jack Glidden 370
8/11 John C. Glidden III 397
8/4 Richard Sanderson 336
7/28 Billy Russo 343
7/21 Benjamin Pinczewski 337
7/14 Ted Trainer 335
7/7 James Glidden 365
6/30 Kirk House 353
6/23 John Sparks 367
6/16 Sarah Rohde 328
6/9 Jake Hinnenbusch 324
6/2 Cassandre Montell 325
5/26 Dick Botelli 354
5/19 Lee Rohde 331

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