There would be no
HFWB without this man right here. He was one of the many backbones that helped literally build this league. Ben built both
scoreboards, along with the strikezones. Ben also designed the beautiful Lamb Field. Sadly, it is unknown if Mr. Lamb will
return for the 2007 season, so we can only cross our fingers.
Andy Fassett put
up very respectable numbers on the plate and on the mound but what really got him into the Hall was his unbelievable defensive
skills. He regularly made difficult catches look easy. Andy was a great leader for the Khans, despite having a subpar season.
Chris helped the
Doofus Shooters win the first HFWB league Championship, by defeating the Muckdogs on August 16th, in a pitchers duel 4-2.
Chris also went through the entire year undefeated, earning himself a 7-0 record.
It didn't stop there, as the Canadians went on to win their second straight
HFWB title in 2006 by going 13-5. Chris won his second straight Cy Young award by going 4-1 with 73 K's. Chris also was lights
out in the playoffs by racking up an unheard of 86 K's in 5 games.
Ashley was the most
reliable fielder out there on the field for the Canadians in the 06 campaign. She played firstbase and at times came in for
relief. She was a great hitter for the Canadians as she hit a career high 5 HR's last year. Not only did she hit 5 taters,
every single one of them came at a huge moment in the game, either to tie the game or take the lead. Which is one of the reasons
why this Canadian is forever enshrined in the Hall of Fame.
continued his great play both offensively and even on the mound in the 2006 season, as he put up big numbers again. Chris
was also a solid outfielder finishing 4th for the Gold Glove.
Chris also won the 2006 Captain of the Year for his great leadership both
on and off the field. He is known for his motivating speeches before and after games to get his team pumped up. It must have
worked because his Cyclones finished the regular season 10-0.