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Field 1 – DTZ 11, Transwestern 6: It was a game the Transfusions could have won, and it exposed a weakness in the powerful DTZ squad. DTZ offense was led by Brian Aloisio who went 4-4 with four runs, Tim Lisy 3-4 with four RBIs, and Jeff Goad 3-4 with a couple of shots to left field.

Field 2 – Eastdil 12, Cresa 6: Another top team showed some vulnerability with a tepid win. Less than ideal turf conditions contributed to an error-plagued game on both sides but Eastdil prevailed. Bob Johnson once again made his case for the Gold Glove with another diving catch from his flex position.

Field 3 – Colliers 21, CBRE 9: Colliers had a lot to prove after dropping an ugly goose egg the week before, taking the lead in the second inning and never looking back. Peter Bourke came out of retirement, going 2-4 with a stand-up double and five RBIs. Nate Silver’s prediction for CB? Pain!

Field 4 – Golub 9, Cushman & Wakefield 1: The newly retooled Goo Goos dominated C&W in every phase of the game. Golub’s ringer shortstop Alex “Don’t Call Me Alice” Cooper made at least 10 masterful put-outs and helped the Goos hold the high-flying C&W squad to a three- or four-hit game.

Field 5 – JF McKinney 19, CTK Chicago Partners 1: It was a brutal night for CTK as JFM relived the glory years from 10 years ago when the average age on the team was only 53. JFM’s savvy early-season acquisition of John “Big Red Cliffy” Clifford has paid dividends with some great pitching and solid defense.

Field 6 – MBRE 12, JLL 0: JLL probably has 52,000 employees but could only muster up six on Monday night. Hall of Shame for JLL.

Field 7 – Retailers 7, Inland 4: An impressive come-from-behind victory. Inland went down with a whimper, three up and three down in the bottom of the 7th, giving the now 4-2 streaking Retailers another W. Top hitters: Eric Hussey, Hebrew Hammer, Peter “Long Dong” Caruso, and Hip Hip Jose.