Martin Accounting may is the hottest team in the entire Honesdale Little Baseball Association at the moment. The White Sox are all alone atop the Rookie Division standings and currently riding an 8-game winning streak.


Martin Accounting is off to a blistering start in Honesdale Little Baseball Association action this spring.

Under the direction of coaches Todd Stephens & Todd Kinzinger, the White Sox have yet to suffer a Rookie Division defeat.

To date, Martin Accounting has won eight straight games and sits all alone in first place.

“This is one of the best teams I’ve ever coached,” Stephens told TWI Sports. “They’ve improved so much since the start of the season. They’re working really hard in practice and that’s showing up when it comes time to play.”

Next up for the White Sox is a Friday night battle with the Twins. The last time these two teams met, Martin Accounting barely escaped with a 9-8 win.

“That should be a really good game,” Coach Stephens said. “We’re definitely looking forward to it.”

This HLBA Rookie Division contest will get underway at 6:00 p.m. on the Fred Reisch Memorial diamond.

On the Field
Martin Accounting’s two latest victories came at the expense of FOE and B&B Dodge.

On Friday evening, the White Sox hung an 8-2 loss on the Rangers. They fol-lowed that up on Monday with a 10-4 decision over the Cardinals.

Alex Atcavage paced the offensive attack in Friday’s triumph. The young slugger enjoyed a perfect 4-for-4 day at the dish with three runs scored.

Matt Kinzinger chipped in with three basehits and three RBIs.

Jimmy Ludwig led the way for FOE with three hits in three at-bats.

Atcavage also ran wild in Monday’s win over the Cards. Alex ripped five hits and drove in three runs.

Jacob Panza went 2-for-4 with a pair of RBIs.

In addition, Martin Accounting’s Hayden Rowe recorded the first basehit of his HLBA career. Hayden smoked a line drive between the shortstop and third baseman.

Reed & Gelatt provided the Cards with a potent 1-2 punch. Trevor unloaded three hits in four at-bats, while Evan contributed a pair of base knocks in three trips.