Roger Awad I-C Bat Winner Mound Honors To Bill Noble
Roger Awad classy shortstop for the pennant-winning Riverside Sports Shop club, has captured the Inter-City Fastball League’s individual batting championship with .346 average.
He collected 28 hits in 81 trips to the plate to run away from all other players in the five-team circuit.
Essex Packers’ first baseman Ted Zalba was the only other player in the League to top the coveted .300 mark. He hit .303 with 20 hits in 66 trips to the plate.
Awad rapped out the most doubles in the league, six, shared the runs batted in laurels with team-mate Doug Carley, each with 15, and tied for the most hits, 28, with Phil Abbott of Shirriff’s Chips.
Bill Noble of Essex Packers nosed out Gary Nolan of Riverside Sports Shop for the top pitching honors.
Noble, who won nine and lost two, posted a brilliant earned run average Of 0.70 and Nolan, with a 13-6 record was just a stride behind at 0.73. Following are the league’s batting and pitching leaders. Awad was also league MVP.
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