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Ari and Ava Glass
Player of the Week: Newly appointed Zeller Realty EVP Ari Glass, playing for J.F. McKinney. Ari, pictured at the Friendly Confines with his eldest daughter Ava, went 3-5, with three RBIs and a tape measure home run.
Off the field: The Wrigley building renovation will commence in July, and Ari was also involved in the recent purchase of 4700 Marine Dr, which Zeller is actively leasing.
Postgame Schmooze: As usual, at Gamekeepers, with the Karaoke Korral hosted by Bill Barry of Draper & Kramer. The first annual DRESL Idol Karaoke competition will be held July 23.
FIELD 1: J.F. McKINNEY 17, JLL TWO 8. JFM chief Kyle Hanson had his team humming as they dissected JLL II with a balanced attack. Swinging the heavy lumber for JFM was Player of the Week Ari Glass, back in mid-'90s form.
FIELD 2: CBRE 13, MB REAL ESTATE 12. CBRE was about to go under .500 as they faced a three-run deficit and were down to their last out when Pete Marino and Matt Baumann came through with big-time clutch hits.
FIELD 3: JLL ONE 10, UGL-EQUIS 9. UGL looked like they were on the way with an eight-zip lead after the third inning. But JLL began chipping away with three in the third, four in the fifth and Andy Serafine knotting it up with a two-run dooblay in the sixth.
FIELD 4: TISHMAN SPEYER PROPERTIES 11, CTK PARTNERS 1. It was an old-fashioned beat-down, despite TSP jefe Rob Mason and hurler Casey Wold being absent.
FIELD 5: BRADFORD ALLEN 17, INLAND 6. BA finally broke into the win column with a pasting of Inland, ending Inland’s pain after the fifth inning. Perhaps BA’s new leadoff hitter, Brandi Haddock, was the answer as he went 3-4 with three ribbies.
FIELD 6: COLLIERS 9, CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD 3. Hitting stars included Rick Morris, who notched a big HR and went 2-4 with two RBIs, and Mark Bell, who went 1-3 with a triple and three RBIs. But the biggest star was former U. of Michigan national hockey champ Peter Bourke, coming out of retirement and going 2-4 with two huge clutch plays on defense.
FIELD 7: MID AMERICA 16, TRANSWESTERN 7. The retailers gave a spanking to the Transfusions, or a “Southern-style beating," as head retailer in charge of the squad, Tom Fritz, opined. Top hitters were Peter Caruso (4/5), Eric Hussey (4/5), and Stephen Ansani, with four infield hits.