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16" BROKER B-BALL WEEKLY ROUNDUP
16" BROKER B-BALL WEEKLY ROUNDUP
MVP: Colliers' Ned Frank was on the bump and threw a one-run, five-hit gem against the game fellows from BA.
 
Off the field: Ned repped Lawson Products in the disposition of two of their industrial buildings, 85k SF in Addison, and 103k SF in Vernon Hills, respectively. It was a package deal that closed earlier this month.
 
Postgame Schmooze: Commercial furniture dealership Office Revolution prez Bernie Donaldson sponsored the postgame festivities at Gamekeepers, with Evolution Interiors' Tony Amigleo helping out with sponsorship funds. Karaoke Korral was, of course, hosted by Bill Barry of Draper & Kramer. CBRE's Mark Floersch brought down the house with an incendiary version of Led Zeppelin's "Hey Hey What Can I Do" to serenade his bride, Whitney, who is expecting in August.
 
FIELD 1: KLEIN'S CORPORATE, 18 C&W, 4 . Klein’s rebounded from its disastrous opening day loss with a resounding victory over the revamped C&W squad. Klein's Jim Murphy turned in a monster three-run ding dong and Russ Steinberg a bases-jammed double.
 
FIELD 2: CBRE 14, JLL TOO 0. A lot of CBRE guys had multi-hit games, and in a move not often seen, after the game, JLL II stayed on the field for more practice.
 
FIELD 3: TRANSWESTERN 19, CTK PARTNERS 5. Transwestern, with guidance from CEO Mike Watts, evened its record with a vic over CTK. TW shortstop Anthony Wentzel flashed gold-glove prowess and Eric Griffin and Joe Young each went 5-6.
 
FIELD 4: COLLIERS 16, BRADFORD ALLEN 1. Besides MVP Ned's stellar performance, Colliers' Mark Bell went 4-4 including a dooblay, dinger and a ton of ribbies. Steve Groetsem a also went 4-4 with a triple and more ribs.
 
FIELD 5: TISHMAN SPEYERS 16, JLL1 15. An upset in an epic extra-inning thriller. The last time TSP started this well was—back in ’87.
 
FIELD 6: GOLUB 14, UGL-EQUIS 13. In another barnburner, Golub came from behind to clip the wings of UGL-Equis. Golub was down all game, but kept chopping away at the lead.
 
FIELD 7: MB 26, INLAND AMERICA 10: Hitting star Jeff Laski  was 4-5 with 2 HRs, a double, a triple and 7 RBIs. All 10 MB players scored (three of them four times).