Saturday's event in Washington Valley became an exhibition game so the Neshanock's record remains at 18-7, heading into Saturday when Flemington will once again take part in the Doc Adams Festival at Old Bethpage Village on Long Island. After a hiatus of many years, the Neshanock will play the Providence Grays for the second time in just three weeks. In their second match, Flemington will take on the Boston Beaneaters, either for the first time or at least the first time in a decade. In the meantime, below are pictures of some of your favorite Neshanock, courtesy of Dennis Tuttle (all rights reserved) who does an outstanding job of photography each year at the Gettysburg Festival. Remember to click on the picture to enlarge.
Danny "Lunch Time" Shaw
Flemington defense awaits the ball being put in play by the Walker Tavern Wheelmen
Mark "Gaslight" Granieri (erect) and Chris "Low Ball" Lowry go after an outfield hit
Meshack "Shack" Desane
Rene "Mango" Marrero
Although omitting his trademark tumble, Ken "Tumbles" Mandel reaches the bag safely