LAWTON — FDC Chiefs manager Stephen Pennington completed his reclamation job Sunday night. Pennington was not going to be part of the newly-formed PFC when the season began. SECFOR brother Hudson had reserved a spot but, three weeks into the season, he had not logged in to manage his team. That's when OIL commissioner Cliburn made the call to replace Hudson with Pennington, who deployed twice with the 158 and was a veteran of the DBFA. Pennington eagerly signed on, even though the team he was inheriting sat at 1-2. He never complained and got to work immediately. Now, 22 moves later, the FDC Chiefs are headed to the playoffs at 7-6. Congrats, Pennington.