Fall Finale Tournament Teams Preview (Teams 25-28 in no particular order)

25. HAYES TAVERN – Captain: Marlon Tauriac

Hometown: Lawrence, MA

Marlon and his team have played in this tournament many times before and they have a lot of success in pool play, is this the year where they can power through and advance on? They were a late addition to the tournament and just couldn’t resist the itch to get in those final swings outdoors in the season.

26. MASS INSURANCE – Captain: Matt Ells

Hometown: Chelsea, MA

Most of this squad hails from north of Boston, specifically the Somerville, Wakefield, and Peabody area. Back again for a 2nd straight year this group of guys had a great time last year. If memory serves correct they were in a tough pool at Condon Field last year. Another late addition to the tourney, they’re looking to turn some heads on Saturday.

27. HURRICANES – Captain: Keith Martin

Hometown: Haverhill, MA

Keith and his group of mashers join us again in 2017 with only one goal in mind, a championship trophy. These guys are good, and they’re good in every aspect of the game. You’ll be hard pressed to find the weak link in the lineup with this squad. Coming into this thing as one the sure favorites they will have to keep the pedal to the metal considering how stacked the field is this year.

28. BACKDOOR SLIDERS – Captain: Matt LoSciuto

Hometown: Quincy, MA

We recently saw the core of this team compete in the Pumpkin Ball Bash this year. They held their own and ended up advancing in the Silver bracket. They’re out for bigger and better things now, they want Gold. They come in as the official last entry of the tournament as team #28 and they wouldn’t have entered if they didn’t think they have a legit shot at this thing. Only time will tell once first pitch is tossed up on Saturday!

Fall Finale Tournament Teams Preview (Teams 17-24 in no particular order)

17. BOMBERS – Captain: Ivan Carrasco

Hometown: Norwood, MA

Ivan and his Bombers squad are on a roller coaster of success the past few weekends in tourney ball. Last weekend they were crowned champions of the Tommy Tunes Wood Bat Tournament after giving up less than 10 runs in the whole tournament. However, they gave up 21 runs in the first game of the Pumpkin Ball Bash and were never able to climb out of the run differential hole to advance. Long-ranging outfielders and good pitching will keep them in the game, but they must avoid overthrows and errors to advance.

18. GROGAN-MARCIANO NOMADS – Captain: Chris Tracy

Hometown: Easton, MA

Chris provided us with a quick tidbit on his team: “We are all from the same ASA league, Easton Men’s Softball, Easton MA. We have never all played together but we play against each other often. We are a mix of 3-4 teams in our league.” Whenever you combine a few teams into one, friendships are put aside, and the competition quickly becomes your team mate. This should be a recipe for success, but they will need to click on all cylinders to be successful on Saturday.

19. BRIGG’S CORNER – Captain: Ryan Shaughnessy

Hometown: Canton, MA

A perennial favorite out of the Canton Men’s League, these guys mean business. Ryan and his team traditionally enter this tournament and every year they are one of the top contenders. With limited action in Hub games this season we haven’t got a peak at this squad this year. One thing’s for sure though, they’re determined to play as hard as any team out there.

20. US FUEL – Captain: CJ Braden

Hometown: Gloucester, MA

Coming in as one of the sure shot favorites to win this tournament, the US Fuel team has the arsenal of weapons to win back to back Hub tournaments. After giving up 12 runs in the Pumpkin Ball Bash Tournament two weekends ago they were simply dominant on their way to another championship. There is no reason to ever take this team lightly, they’re looking like a top favorite no question about it.

21. SOUTHIE – Captain: Keith Savage

Hometown: South Boston, MA

Well their name clearly gives away where these group of guys live. Another squad hailing from the ever-popular Southie. These guys typically play in the M Street fast pitch league during the year. They’re slowing it down to jump in the Fall Finale and feel confident they have what it takes to compete. Somewhat of a sleeper pick here, these guys could pull off some major upsets.

22. YAHD DOGS – Captain: Kris Monson

Hometown: Cambridge, MA

If you look up the word softball in the dictionary you will find a picture of Kris Monson. He lives, eats, and breathes the game. He has played in over 250 games this year, no the zero at the end of that number is not a mistake. We count him on 16 different rosters for league and tourney ball this season with Hub. Joining him are a group of guys that share that same desire, passion and love for the game. An affection for softball never got anyone a W though, they hope to play at the top of their game to have the ability to move past pool play come Saturday.

23. BULLDOGS – Captain: Alex Carrion

Hometown: Everett, MA

Alex and his crew are coming mostly from north of Boston. They are current top dogs in the Hub Weeknight Men’s League with an 8-2 record heading into the playoffs. They’re boasting a +29 run differential in a very stacked league. For comparison the team that won the ship in the summer is barely at .500 for the Fall season. League wins don’t always translate to tourney wins though. The field is more competitive than ever this year, but we know the Bulldogs will bring it.

24. LOLITA/DISSIDENT – Captain: Chris Jamison

Hometown: Boston, MA

Back again in 2017 Chris and the team are determined to clean up their act and play to the level they know they can. More often than we see their team advance out of pool play into bracket play. We play the games for a reason though, these guys need to live up to the hype and come out and compete. It’s going to be a doozy come Saturday, saddle up!

Team Spotlight – Concealed Head (West End on the Charles League)

“Concealed Head is comprised of a group of friends from a few teams here in Boston. Half our team comes from Akelius, a real estate company while the other half are friendships made in an summer architecture league. Our sponsor is Massachusetts Code Compliance, a company providing testing & inspections of Fire Protection systems, as well as design & install services. A few teams inquired what the story is behind our team name…. it’s a type of sprinkler. 🙂 💦” – Sean Mentzinger (team captain)

Every week Hub Sports will feature a team from one of our many different sports leagues throughout Greater Boston. It’s our way of saying thanks to you for being such great team players within our organization on and off the field! We would love to feature your team in our next “Team Spotlight”, to be included just shoot us over an email with a brief summary on the team and a quick snap shot. You’re that close to being famous and a true #HubAllStar

Fall Finale Tournament Teams Preview (Teams 9-16 in no particular order)

  1. SWAMP FOXES – Captain: Justin Deckert

Hometown: South Boston, MA

They hail from the oh-so-popular Southie, a cornerstone in Boston history and a mecca for the young and restless. After playing a full season together this year they feel they have what it takes to go up against all the top dogs from the region. Self-described as a rugged group of dudes, we’ll need to see all facets of the game from them on Saturday to be successful.

  1. THE YABO’S – Captain: Alex Marlow

Hometown: Charlestown, MA

Alex and his squad mostly reside north of Boston and are very familiar with Hub Softball as they have all played in at least one league with us. While we don’t believe we’ve seen this squad in particular suit up for a tourney with us, time will tell if they can live up to their name and hit some dingers on Saturday.

  1. HEO SPORTS – Captain: Brett Erikson

Hometown: Pittsfield, MA

Brett and his team are driving in from way out in Western Mass, they can almost throw a rock over the NY boarder. They’re certainly no strangers to this tournament. They wouldn’t be 2.5 hour drive just for the hell of it. They’re in it to win it and this could be their year, they usually carry a couple heavy hitters that could make a big impact in late innings.

  1. CHARLESTOWN CHEIFS – Captain: Jason Scarfo

Hometown: Charlestown, MA

Scarfo and the boys hail from all over the Greater Boston area. They are no strangers to success in Hub Softball. This year they captured what is believed to be their 8th overall championship in the existence of our organization. Consistency will be the key for them to advance on Saturday. If they play error free and get clutch base hits we should see them playing late into to afternoon.

  1. ADVANCED AUTO – Captain: Don Smoot

Hometown: East Boston, MA

The defending 2016 Fall Finale champs come into this thing confident as ever. Why wouldn’t they be? They know they have what it takes to win again in 2017 but you play the games for a reason. They’ve had their slip ups before, but too often. With one of the most competitive tournament team fields that we’ve ever seen Smoot and the fellas must keep the pedal to the metal to make it to the end.

  1. LOCO PIRATES – Captain: Charlie Conners

Hometown: Dorchester, MA

Mr. Conners and the Pirates are yet another top contender for the Fall Finale hardware. Winners of the 2016 Pumpkin Ball Bash they have had their fair share of games under the lights during Hub tourney time. They have a pretty stacked lineup mixed with some wide ranging outfielders that always keep them in games. A couple slip ups in this year’s Pumpkin Ball Bash cost bounced them to the Silver division, it’s all or nothing in this tourney for Charlie and the crew.

  1. SOUTHSIDE TAVERN – Captain: John Manning

Hometown: Quincy, MA

This team captured the Fall Finale championship in 2014 and they’re dying to be back in the thick of it. Some bad innings cost this team a chance at advancing in this year’s Pumpkin Ball Bash. However, you can never count these guys out. They constantly dominate in league ball, boasting a current 5-2 record with us in the Men’s MetroWest League. We will need to see some flawless defense from them on Saturday to have a shot at the trophy once again.

  1. ANDREA’S BRIDAL – Captain: Paul Grazia

Hometown: South Portland, ME

Making one of the longer drives on Saturday morning will be this squad sponsored out of the Greater South Portland, Maine area. Don’t let the team name fool you, they won’t be wearing wedding dresses on Saturday, they’ll be wearing their game faces. From what we hear they’re confident they have the speed and big boppers in the lineup to take care of business.

First 8 Teams (in no particular order)

  1. ECR/BRODIE – Captain: Mike Paniello

Hometown: Salem, NH

Mike and his squad hail from the Merrimack Valley region and they are no strangers to this tournament. They usually enter as the “Filthy Anglers” but have picked up a sponsor for this year. They have had some mixed results in year’s past but they’re always a stealthy defensive team, let’s see if they can swing the long ball this year.

  1. NEW YORK STATE POLICE – Captain: Richard Martinez

Hometown: Framingham, MA

Rich and his team hail mostly from Western Mass and all parts of New York. He has traditionally brought a strong squad to play in the tournament. The luck of the draw hasn’t been in his favor lately as they have had some real tough pool play games in the past. These guys don’t travel all this way for nothing though, they mean business and they have what it takes to advance.

  1. GHOSTS OF FAXON PARK – Captain: Lee Qualtieri

Hometown: Quincy, MA

Like many other teams that suit up for this end of the year tournament, these guys are no ghosts to this tournament. Last year we saw them in the finals of the Summer Showdown tournament, no doubt they have the ability to advance. They tend to play a station to station type of game with solid defense. They will have to play solid for all 7 innings to make an impact on their pool, no question they can get it done.

  1. PLP – Captain: Stephen Yovino

Hometown: Quincy, MA

We most recently saw Steve and his crew in the Men’s Early Bird tournament way back on 4/23. Steve also plays his fair share of Hub league ball as well. These guys have been playing with each other for a while so their familiarity on the field is huge. Putting up runs in a hurry is the name of the game for success, can they stay consistent throughout? Steve will tell you yes.

  1. HARDO PAUL – Captain: Derek Curley

Hometown: Milton, MA

Do these guys live up to their name? Derek will tell you so. The team is comprised of a bunch of high level ex baseball players that now all play slow pitch in their spare time. Will it be their defense or their offense that comes to dominate on Saturday? If they put the two together these guys could be a sleeper pick for sure.

  1. O’BRIENS – Captain: Jeff Comeau

Hometown: Newton, NH

We last saw Jeff and his squad in our coed Spring Fling Tournament held way back on 4/9. The tournament officially kicked off the outdoor season for they came out the gates with a bang! After advancing on past pool play they ran into some buzz-saw teams that bounced them out. However, needless to say this team has returned for the end of the year tourney with one goal in mind, win the championship at all costs.

  1. HOUNDS – Captain: Mike Tryba

Hometown: Brighton, MA

Mike and his team enter in this tournament with plenty of experience and an overall knack for scoring runs. They aren’t built like many tournament teams are, but they sure are consistent. Mike and most of the team play as “Swing the Meat” in the Hub weeknight league. They sure do play some hounding defense and speed will win you innings, but will it be enough for them to advance out of pool play come Saturday?

  1. SWINGERS – Captain: Brendan Shannon

Hometown: Cambridge, MA

Brendan and his gang are no strangers to Hub Softball. They’re currently playing in the men’s A/B weeknight division with us. We don’t believe they have ever suited for a tourney with us but there’s a first for everything. A definite dark-horse pick here, we’ll look to see if they have their best squad with them come tourney time, it’s really anyone’s day!

As we head into the final week of regular season play in the Wednesdays in Southie league things are really starting to heat up. The saying goes, “it’s anyone’s game” well that saying couldn’t be truer in this league. Below you’ll find a brief write up on all teams competing for the championship in the playoffs that begin one week from this Wednesday.

#1 – Rebels

Captain: Carl Plaut

Carl and the boys are not used to losing in flag football. They have been pretty dominant in 2017 amassing a 12-1 record so far on the year. They’re 4-1 in the Fall season after just suffering their first set back of the year on a 34-33 nail biter. Watch out for these guys to come out more focused than ever with the eyes on the prize, a second championship trophy this season.

#2 – Show Me Those TD’s

Captain: Al Ganem

Al and his squad are a close second in the rankings right now. Not to be taken lightly these guys have some speed and it shows when they let a long bomb fly. They will have to tighten it up on defense if they hope to make it all the way to the finals. They’ve given up a few more points than they’ve scored and that’s not a recipe for W’s. They’re at the top of the division for a reason though so don’t take them for granted.

#3 – Paul’s Wrecking Crewe

Captain: Nate Cullen

Nate and the crew are literally a few plays away from being undefeated and the top dogs in this division. Fresh off their victory over the previously undefeated Rebels team has Nate and the team flying on cloud 9 right now. Week 1 they lost by a matter of inches with their receiver catching a TD pass with a toe on the line that would have won the game. Their other defeat was by a point. The proof is in the pudding these guys can definitely ball.

#4 – Chef Cardo’s Cake Factory

Captain: Ryan Parker

Ryan and his team are another prime example of a team that is only a few plays away from calling themselves top dogs as well. Coming into the final week of play with a 3-2 record, these guys can put up points and put them up in a hurry. They’re currently sitting at +60 in points differential with almost 200 points scored in 5 games, whoa.

#5 – The Southie Squad

Captain: Deondra Randle

This squad is comprised of guys that all signed up individually and were placed together to form a team. “Indy” teams as we call them tend to have trouble out of the gates getting acquainted and establishing team comradery. These guys have made an exception to that. They have formed a tight team bond and the success has quickly followed. They dropped their first two games but have come back with a vengeance taking 3 straight to sit at 3-2 and a great dark-horse pick.

#6 – East Broadway Eagles

Captain: Andrew Thomas

Andrew and his Eagles team have had a bit of a roller coaster season. However, with a record of 3-2 they are right in the thick of it. They have a +5 point differential right now and currently sit in 6th place. If a couple plays went differently for them they very well could be a top 1-2 team. They hail from Southie and all went to BC together, the team name says it all. They also took home a couple intermural championships at BC so they know the feeling of victory and they like it.

#7 – Poon Squad

Captain: Peter Vakulskas

The record for Peter’s team is 3-2 but they very well could be lumped up in the top if they hadn’t dropped a close one last week by 2. That’s basically how it’s gone in this league. Every week you have to show up and play your hardest, there are no weeks off. Believe it or not a win could vault these guys up to a 3-4 seed for the playoffs. They’re +25 in points differential, scoring the 3rd most in the league. Obviously, these guys are not to be taken lightly.

#8 – Dawgedness

Captain: Tyler Nordbeck

Tyler and his guys are gamers, you can never count these guys out. They have an arsenal of weapons on the ground and in the air. Some inconsistencies at the QB position have cost them a couple close ones but they’re coming up their first victory of the Fall season and feeling confident they can keep the wheels in motion. Don’t ever count them out as they pulled off some upsets in the Summer season. These guys just can’t get enough, we’ll see them back for the indoor winter season as well!

#9 – FactSet

Captain: Ryan McKay

Don’t let the 1-4 record fool you, these guys, like all other teams in this league have dropped some real close ones. They came out the gate with a resounding 50-6 victory but since have dropped the rest of their games, all within less than 2 touchdowns though. They have the talent to beat anyone in the division, but they’ll need to be dominant on defense to come out victorious and keep advancing in the playoffs.

Playoffs start on 11/8 and will wrap up with the semifinals and championship on 11/15. All the action takes place at McConnell Park in Savin Hill between 8-11 PM. Flag football doesn’t stop when Old Man Winters comes knocking. We move the game indoors [click here] for all the indoor flag football action this Winter. Space is definitely filling up fast so don’t get left out in the cold in 2017!

Today marks the final regular season games in the Men’s Monday Nights in Brighton Flag Football League. Heading into week 6 of the regular season the teams have solidified themselves as all top contenders to take home the championship trophy in two weeks from today. Below you’ll find a brief write up summarizing all four teams in this league, enjoy!

#1 – Low Down and Dirty

Captain: Anthony Swain

Anthony and his squad have proved to the league that they are the top dogs boasting a 4-1 record and currently sitting in first place in the division. They have lightning fast speed, great field awareness and an overall knack for knowing where the football will be at all times. If these guys can stay cool and collected in the heat of the moment, they look to be the odds on favorites heading into playoffs.

#2 – The Flying Orions

Captain: Ioannis Kotsalidis

Yianni and his crew entered as primarily a work team looking to head from the office to the field to blow some steam off. These guys have played softball with us in the past and were looking to spice it up a little bit, thus we now see them on the gridiron. Don’t be fooled though, these guys know and play the game with the best of them. They have great athleticism which is often exemplified in some of the miraculous catches they exhibit on the field. They rotate QB’s from time to time and some inconsistent throws are the only thing standing in their way some championship hardware in a couple weeks.

#3 – Crabcakes and Football

Captain: Samuel Yoder

The name says it all, I mean who doesn’t like crab cakes and football? Great combo. Sam and his team certainly have the tools in the toolbox to make a title run. They have the size, speed, and ability to make some jaw dropping catches. Did I mention they are the only team to beat the top dogs Low Down and Dirty? The only thing standing in this team’s way is consistency, they must play at the top of their game and under control to keep to title run alive.

#4 – Gridiron Gang

Captain: Chad Bonin & Salman Punjani

This team is comprised of all individuals that registered for the league independently. They were placed together without knowing one from another and have quickly formed into a force to be reckoned with. Often indy teams will struggle to build chemistry and comradery necessary to be successful on the field. Well not only have these guys meshed on the field, they are starting the thrive. After their first victory of the season last week they’re now feeling confident and they know they can hang with any team in the league. If these boys can get the victory tonight their confidence will be through the roof, watch out!

Next 6 Teams (in no particular order)

7. EXTREMELY MEDIOCRE – Captain: Charlie Cornacchino –

Hometown: Hanscom AFB, MA

 Charlie’s team is comprised of all active duty military members. Best believe they’ll be “in attention” come Saturday morning. Heck they’ve probably been up since 0400 hours anyways right? No monkey business for this crew, but that doesn’t mean they don’t like to have fun. Watch out for this sleeper team to slip into the next round.

8. NO MERCY – Captain: Eric Gaalaas –

Hometown: Bedford, MA

This team comes in as a big favorite. They are no strangers to success as the core of this group is coming off their 8th Hub championship this past Summer season. They know how to put up runs in a hurry that’s for sure. They don’t consistently swing the long ball but base hits are their middle name. Station to station as they say, can this squad be stopped? They’re coming in confident they will be playing for the title on Saturday night.

9. CLAM BAKES AND PROTEIN SHAKES – Captain: Eric Pittard –

Hometown: Bridgewater, MA

Eric enters his team for the first time in this tournament after coming off a successful season with us in the Spring/Summer. Their Hub squad “Teats and Cleats” took home the title in the Tuesdays in Dedham league. They’re therefore very familiar with the fields for the tournament after playing on them all season. Don’t take this team lightly, they only lost once in the regular season and scored over 100 runs on the season.

10. BOMBERS – Captain: Ivan Carrasco –

Hometown: Norwood, MA

Ivan is a gamer, the guy lives and breathes softball and if you know Ivan you know this. You also know that he’s a stellar team captain and does a phenomenal job running and coaching his team. The Bombers enter this tournament with mixed success over the year’s. Last year they made it to the semi final round of this tournament and they’re boasting a 20-1 record this season in Hub ball. Bombers are coming off a Men’s Sunday Standard Hub championship victory a few weeks ago and don’t forget their big guy (Charlie) smashed a window in LF at Barry Field (that’s some Aaron Judge type power).

11. MILL CITY GHOSTS – Captain: Nick Bouras –

Hometown: Lowell, MA

 Nick is certainly no stranger to Hub tournaments or leagues. We count him on 9, yes 9 rosters for this season. You’ll often find Nick playing a robust 9 am-5 pm Sunday slate of softball games, so if you’re wondering if this squad loves softball, wonder no longer. They have been known to pull off some upsets in our tournaments before and they will refuse to be an easy out. Plus, their ghost uniforms couldn’t be more appropriate for this time of year!

12. US FUEL – Captain: Mike Hudd –

Hometown: Malden, MA

 This crew is certainly one to be reckoned with, they’re good and they know it. Mike enters his team for another year with one goal and one goal only, to win it all. The team is comprised of mostly members of the Somerville wood bat league and they’re fresh off winning the league for the 8th straight year. They know how to win and they do it in all different ways. They can take you deep, turn a DP in a heartbeat and they never take their foot off the gas pedal. They’re a sure favorite to end up in the championship on Saturday but as always it takes near flawless execution on the field to get there.

The Preview of the tournament’s final teams will be released in the next 24-48 hours!

First 6 Teams (in no particular order)

1. SOUTHSIDE – Captain: Nikki Cignarella
Hometown: Norwood, MA

The Southside Tavern crew comes in with plenty of experience playing in Hub tournaments. Almost always we see this team advance from their pool to the championship rounds. They’re confident they’ll be right back there this year. If they keep the long ball to a minimum and play solid defense they’re sure to be a tough out.

2. NEPHEWS – Captain: David Scherer
Hometown: Somerville, MA

This team is also no stranger to Hub tourneys. Every year they come to compete and have been known to pull off an upset or two. A short little tidbit of info from them: “A bunch of 20 somethings just playing for the love of the game. We may not look like much; we may not win all the time; but we’ve got heart; and what’s more, we’re family! NEPHEWS!!!”

3. FOREPLAY – Captain: Steve Matteo
Hometown: Wilmington, MA

Steve has his group poised for an upset run. We got to chat with his crew last year and they certainly know how to have a good time, plus they’re never short with burgers or dogs on the grill! These guys don’t boast major power but they’re masters at getting on base and their speed on the base paths will lead to some headaches for teams.

4. THRILL RIDE – Captain: Keith Jones
Hometown: Plymouth, MA

This is a group of players hand selected from all over the south and north shore. Many of them play in Hub leagues throughout the week and weekend. They’ve been here before and their experience could lead to a lot of success on the field come Saturday.

5. SH TRAP HOUSE – Captain: Brendan Clooney
Hometown: Dorchester, MA

This squad is primarily comprised of the Hub Sunday Night League “Kekambas” team. They’re currently sitting in 3rd place in the division with a .500 record. Don’t let their average record fool you. They’ve entered this tournament with one goal and that’s to win at all costs.

6. DIRT DOGS – Captain: Paul Schoenfelder
Hometown: East Providence, RI

There is no doubt that Paul is a gamer. This guy is currently rostered on 4 different Hub rosters and his team is comprised of all Hub players. Coming up from Rhode Island these guys mean business. They have been involved in some really tight games in years past. This year is the year they look to break through and advance to the championship round. The Dirt Dogs have a lot of bark in their bite but can they move on?

The preview of the next 6 teams will be released in the next 24 hours. STAY TUNED!

Perry, Obrien and Loguidice. Not sure if it trips off the tongue like Pierce, Garnett and Allen, but Chris Perry, Tommy Loguidice and Billy Obrien are definitely in the running for the Big 3 of HUB Softball! Together they anchor 3 teams (there’s that number 3 again), The New England Grays, West Coast Offense and The Clams. They play coed and men’s, Sunday and Weeknight and when they are not playing on their own teams they are haunting the sub boards looking for more games to play. I’m not sure if they have a bet to see who can play the most games every season but between league and tournament (Billy and Chris are part of The Fam) I think a conservative estimate would be 10 games a week! So far the the spring has been, in the words of Chico Esquela “berry, berry good!”(all you millennials will need to Google that!) The Clams won the Men’s Sunday National Division, The New England Grays won the Metro North Division and are in the Championships of the Sunday Night League and West Coast Offense won the Men’s Metro Boston American Division.

Now they are by no means a 3 man team. All 3 teams are filled with talented ball players and I’d be remiss if I didn’t give a shout out to couple of key names among them. The Clams are captained by Big Nate Soli who is also a member of the Grays and Phil Edelen has put together a championship squad over West Coast Offense that is a testament to his leadership. You will also find a lot of cross pollination between the teams, with guys like Francisco Martinez and Noel Romero, among others, riding shotgun with these guys, but the Holy Trinity may be the glue of all three teams. So when the HUB builds it’s Hall of Fame we have a spot for three busts already picked out.

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