Little League baseball is in full swing now and tomorrow nightís game features the local favorites, the Tigers, against their returning rivals, the Cubs, from the next town over. For the playersí parents, anticipation was high for an excellent game as both teams were performing well within their divisions. Five players in particular on the Tigers team were expected to shine Ė these star players had all been playing exceptionally well within the last few weeks and their parents couldnít be prouder of them. Determine the name of these five players, the names of their parents, the position each played on the field, and the number on each playerís uniform.
1. Jennifer was not married to Ralph and her son was not Chris. Nate didnít wear an even numbered uniform. Charles wasnít married to Beverly. Walterís son wasnít Bill.
2. Billís uniform number was higher than the third basemanís but lower than that of Maryís son.
3. The boy playing shortstop had a uniform number of 13, but it wasnít Nate. Billís mother wasnít Jane. Henry was the catcher.
4. Chrisís mother wasnít Beverly. The boy playing third base didnít have 4 for a uniform number. Uniform number 22 was worn by Jamesí son, who wasnít the first baseman.
5. The pitcherís father was Ralph. Susan and Adam were very proud of their son, but he wasnít the catcher. Jenniferís son played the first base position.
6. The even numbered uniforms were worn by Maryís son, the first baseman, and Rick, in no particular order. Janeís son, who wasnít Nate, had a uniform number of 13.