Reigning Weasel of the Year Brandon Fogel knocked a batting-practice fastball out of the park earlier this month on Red Wednesday at the Red Lion in Lincoln Square to snatch the league lead from rival Jake Trotta. Fogel drew a Germany bordered by inexperienced players, and he teed off on them, posting the largest non-solo score in the club's Sum of Squares era, a whopping 82.571. With only two scheduled dates remaining--August 9 at the Red Lion and the Weasel Pyle on September 2--this ballgame appears to be over.
Played July 12, Game No. 345 ended by time limit after the Fall 1906 turn in the following center counts:
Austria (Ali Adib): 5; 7.143 points.
England (Nicole Campbell): 3; 2.571 points.
France (Kevin Zhou): 1; 0.286 points.
Germany (Brandon Fogel: 17; 82.571 points.
Italy (Mick Johnson): 3; 2.571 points.
Russia (Gus Spelman): 1; 0.286 points.
Turkey (Ted McClelland): 4; 4.571 points.
The supply center chart is here. Players, what happened?