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The Fresno Bee No matter where Andrea Duran goes, the former Selma High softball star seems to find championships...Florida Pride earn a 5-0 victory against the Chicago Bandits to force a deciding third game in the National Pro Fastpitch Championship
At 26, Amber Patton is in the prime of her softball career, a top player on a leading professional team that just played for its league championship. But she broke down in tears recently as she explained that she is considering walking away from the
Last year the Bandits were denied a chance to repeat as NPF champions when storms washed out a full day of play, prompting the league to cancel the title match. But Friday night at The Ballpark at Rosemont, the Bandits would not be denied as they
Akron advanced behind Sam Marder's three-run homer in the bottom of the fifth, will now play No. Pride (Florida) in Game 2 of the NPF tournment at 5:30 p.m. today in Rosemont...Friday's games will be carried livestream at www.profastpitch.com...
Pride started a pivotal four-game game series at the Ballpark at Rosemont on Wednesday, and the Pride rallied for 3 runs in the seventh inning to defeat the Bandits 3-2. The Bandits need 2 wins in order to secure a spot in the championship, while the
She got into a jam early in the first inning, allowing a hit and walking two batters to load the bases for the Comets. She quickly rebounded, getting a strikeout to end the inning and keep the Comets from scoring. Nerissa Myers came up big for the
Monica Abbott (10-1) and Rachel Fico (2-3) faced off in the circle, both pitching complete games...The Racers started the game with a single by Taylor Schlopy, but she was left stranded as the Bandits ended the inning with a putout by shortstop Tammy
The Bandits (14-4) lead the four-game series 2-1 with the finale today at 7:35 p.m. Monica Abbottt (6-1) came on in relief in the fifth inning and earned the victory...In the fourth inning, Eri Yamada walked, took second on a sacrifice bunt and third
Tammy Williams delivered 3 of the hits and scored twice to pace the Bandits (13-4), who rebounded from a loss to the Comets (3-15) on Wednesday to make a winner of starter Andi Williamson (4-0). The game was scoreless in the fourth inning when
Pride to a 5-0 victory over the Chicago Bandits in the second of a four-game series in Rosemont on Friday night. The win enabled the Pride (7-3) to regain a first-place tie with the Bandits (7-3) in the National Professional FastPitch softball league.