Oregon, the wild misty North of the Buckos Nation. Its rugged mountain vistas have been the backdrop for some of Tapey Beercone’s most iconic moments, but this November, all of that storied history becomes a fart in the wind compared to what’s coming…
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Today, April 1st, 2020, the Commissioner’s Office of Tapey Beercone announced the immediate and indefinite suspension of the 6th Season of Tapey Beercone due to the growing impacts of the Wuhan Coronavirus Pandemic. While there are as yet no confirmed cases within the Buckos Nation, the Commissioner’s could not guarantee the safety of the player’s leading to this drastic measure.
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This season,for a change of pace, the Oregon Tapey Beercone Invitational was moved up to Labor Day Weekend and taken on the road. Instead of being played local venue in the Willamette Valley, the game was held in extreme southern Oregon at Pastoral Nest. But these changes didn’t hinder the competition, as the usual combination of exciting play, plentiful drinking, and off-field hilarity were all readily on display.
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Tapey Beercone comes in many forms. In the standard version of play, the game revolves around two somewhat evenly composed teams. Then there are variants, such as the three player version known as Icelandic Rules, or the four team round robin format used for the Tapey Beercone Open. In all these versions of play, the players are organized into teams. But what if there was a completely different way to play? A variant to the rules that set each player apart? and pit them all again each other in an dynamic battle royale gauntlet? Enter: The Tapey Beercone Kumite!
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For months baseball fans have speculated as to where All-Star free agents Dallas Keuchel and Craig Kimbrel would play in 2019. Those questions where finally answered Monday when both players announced, during an April Fools Day press conference, that they would be taking their talents to Tapey Beercone.
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Two weekends ago a very successful and exciting series of games were played over Beerpope Day Weekend at Anarchy Canyon. The weekend marked the 10th Anniversary of the creation of the Games of Kings, and the games marked the first games of Season 6. The Annals have now been updated to include content from both games of the series.
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Tapey Beercone Celebrated its 10 Year Anniversary this past weekend marking a decade since beer cans were first wrapped in duct tape to play a base and ball sport. And with the Anniversary came a monumentous occurrence, the Coronation of a New Beerpope:
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Last month saw the third running of the Tapey Beercone Winter Classic, this year in Merced, California at the newly created field Creekview Court. The game was an exciting match pitting teams of three regents each, with each team assisted by one additional player. In the end it was Team Reverend Coach Master feat. “The Student” who emerged victorious.
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Season 5 – Jim Siemens Award of Excellence – Nomination Letter – Gerry “The Stud”
To The Board of Regents and the Player’s Association at Large,
Allow this letter to serve as my formal nomination of Gerry “The Stud” for the Season 5 Jim Siemens Award of Excellence. In no uncertain terms, Gerry is the avatar of excellence. Since his astonishing debut in the waning days of Season 3, Gerry has consitently confounded expectation.
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