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HOLD THE PEPPERONI: THE SIMONDS SURPRISE
STATEN ISLAND, New York (March 30) -- Since owners Jon Simonds of the Brooklyn Bruisers and Dylan Simonds of the New England Seahawks would not attend this year's owners gathering, they decided the least they could do is order a couple of pizza pies and bottles of coke. The delivery was set for 1pm. ¶ Earlier, at 11:30am, the Lower East Side caravan rolled out from Ludlow Street with Andy "Boss" Wong driving and Jesus Diaz riding shotgun. Next stop: Brooklyn where LES Con-men chief Pete Stratigakis waited. ¶ With light traffic on this Sunday over the Verrazano, the trio arrived on time. What got said in the LES caravan remained in the LES caravan. ¶ New York Knights and host, Mr. Adam Goldberg, greeted the caravan of bosses. "The pizza just got here," said Mr. Goldberg, with a wide smile. He would be raising the Theodore Strum Trophy for winning the 1946 BVL World Series. (Editor's note: the trophy would not get raised by Mr. Goldberg. It got left behind, in White Plains.) ¶ The four owners stepped into the lower level. They were met by an incredible surprise: the Simonds duo finishing their slice! Lots of hugs followed. ¶ Also present, Banksville's own Mr. Robert Fermann. ¶ After the delay of slices, the bash began with Robert Emrich of Homestead appearing clearly on Skype and Andrew Villalba Sr., via cellphone. Temporary Indianapolis boss Joseph "Josef" Jesselli (also known as the Mighty Builder) had mailed in his draft selection. ¶ Besides the return of the 15-round draft, the owners passed one other proposal, the Ohtani Edict. A proposal introducing Opener Starters was shelved for future discussion.

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