EASTON USA SOFTBALL STADIUM POWER TOUR MANUFACTURES CUP CHAMPIONS
May 17 : San Diego Padres – Monsta: Messersmith, Greinert, Miken: Crine, Brambilla – RESULTS
June 14 : Minnesota Twins – Miken: Collins, Pearson, Easton: Wegman, Clark, Worth: Connell, Harvey – RESULTS
July 20 : Las Vegas 51’s – Miken: Crine, Worth: Larsen, Easton: Wegman, Clark – RESULTS
July 23 : Tampa Bay Rays – Monsta: Dacko, Greinert, Easton: Wegman, Clark, Miken: Collins, Pearson, Worth: Branch, Harvey – RESULTS
July 30 : Charlotte Knights – Monsta: Dacko, Miken: Miller – RESULTS
August 11 : Colorado Sky Sox – Easton: Wegman, Clark, Monsta: Greinert, Worth: Larsen – RESULTS
August 18 : Houston Astro’s – Monsta: Dacko, Greinert, Miken Pearson, Nimmo (Hitting for Harvey) – RESULTS
August 24 : St Louis Cardinals – Easton: Wegman, Clark, Miken: Pearson, Worth: Connell, Harvey – RESULTS
August 29 : Brooklyn Cyclones – Monsta: Dacko, Greinert, Worth: Miller (Hitting for Harvey) – RESULTS – RAIN OUT
September 19 : Miami Marlins – FINALS: Top 4 in Points, Top 2 in Team – RESULTS
Team Easton: Brian Wegman, Travis Clark
Team Miken/Worth: Kyle Pearson, Andrew Collins
Team Monsta: Ryan Dacko, Chris Greinert
Team Worth/Miken: Ryan Harvey, Greg Connell
2017 Manufactures Cup Standings (each team will get 150 total swings)
Team Easton: 96 Points – Avg .640 points per swing, Avg 19.20 points per event, 0 swings left
Team Miken/Worth: 89 Points – Avg .593 points per swing, Avg 17.80 points per event, 0 swings left
Team Worth/Miken: 71 Points – Avg .526 points per swing, Avg 15.77 points per event, 15 swings left
Team Monsta: 50 Points – Avg .416 points per swing, Avg 12.50 points per event, 30 swings left
2017 Individual Standings
Kyle Pearson – Miken/Worth – 55 Points, Avg .733 points per swing, Swings Remaining 0 – Crine hit in San Diego
Travis Clark – Easton 50 Points, Avg .667 points per swing, Swings Remaining 0
Brian Wegman – Easton 46 Points, Ave .613 points per swing, Swings Remaining 0
Greg Connell – Worth/Miken 36 Points, Avg .480 points per swing, Swings Remaining 0 – Larsen hit in Las Vegas and Colorado, Branch hit in Tampa
Ryan Harvey – Worth/Miken 35 Points, Avg .583 points per swing, Swings Remaining 15 – Nimmo hit in Houston
Andrew Collins – Miken/Worth 34 Points, Avg .453 points per swing, Swings Remaining 0 – Brambilla hit in San Diego, Crine hit in Las Vegas, Miller hit in Charlotte
Ryan Dacko – Monsta 33 Points, Ave .550 points per swing, Swings Remaining 15 – Messersmith hit in San Diego
Chris Greinert – Monsta 17 Points, Ave .283 points per swing, Swings Remaining 15
Individual Finals Format
- Player (or players) with highest finishing regular season point total starts with 1 point
- Player (or players) that come in second in regular season points starts with .5 point
- Player who comes in 3rdand 4th in points, starts with ZERO points
- Batting order is chosen by the player with the highest points.
- Top 4 players in points qualify for Finals
In case of tie for 4th place, all hitters who tie for 4th place will advance for finals.
- FINALS allow up to 5 takes during 15 swings
- SUDDEN DEATH up to one take per swing (if you take first pitch you have to swing at second this goes for every swing in sudden death).
Manufacture’s Cup Season Points
- Each hitter’s Top 5 finishes counts toward their brand’s MFG Cup total.
- The Top Two teams advance to Finals
- Team with highest point total will start with 1 point
- Runner up team starts with ZERO points
In event of season tie for first place, teams will both start with ZERO points
- Winner takes all
In event of a tie during FINAL’S, it will be sudden death with one swing per player until an elimination occurs.
In event of a MFG Cup tie, whoever finished highest in regular season will WIN.
If Teams tied for regular season and tied at the Championships, teams will go to sudden death, alternating hitters at bat.211.