Zeke wins second straight title, third overall

Zeke Christensen dominated again with his Angels, winning the second consecutive title and third overall. Back-to-back championships have only been done before by the Big Ted Machine in seasons one and two.

Chris Mertz wins kudos for his sophomore surge into the World Series with the Ashlanta Bravos. Almost all season he was tied for first with the Once Mighty Aardvarks.

During the season, Zeke tied a league record 13 consecutive wins, first set by the Cavemen.

Season 13 is lucky number for Zeke who wins second title

Zeke won his second title with the Tampa Bay Devils-Angels and the most dominant team we’ve seen since the Cavemen, who also were swept in the division playoff.

He led the Wildcat Division most of the season with a team ERA nearly one full run per game better than any opponent.

He made a clean sweep in the World Series over Chris Mertz and the Ashlanta Bravos, but the new owner was impressive in making the playoffs in his first try. He beat the Goats in yet another Game 7 loss for the beloved commish.

Cone dominates, Big Ted Machine win 6-3

David Cone was brilliant last night, allowing just 1 hit over 6 innings, leading the Big Ted Machine to a 6-3 win over the AARDVARKS. | Box

Sandberg sparks 6-0 win for Bravos

Ryne Sandberg's hot bat helped the Bravos to a 6-0 win over the Gators. Sandberg collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

Justice unloads, Big Ted Machine still lose

David Justice blasted 2 homers, but it wasn't enough to lift the Big Ted Machine over the AARDVARKS. ASHLAND won by a score of 7-6. | Box

Maas delivers in clutch, Angels win

Kevin Maas drove in 4 runs, carrying Versailles to a 9-3 victory over the Kernels. Alex Cole recorded 4 hits. Lou Whitaker of the Angels had 4 hits in the game. Eric King was on fire, allowing just 3 hits over 8 innings for Versailles. | Box

Praying Mantes ride Gardner to victory over Angels

Mark Gardner was brilliant last night, allowing just 3 hits over 9 innings, leading the Praying Mantes to a 2-1 win over the Angels. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

L. Walker, Bravos .3043 HR5 RBI
D. Justice, Big Ted Machi.. .5383 HR5 RBI
J. Canseco, Big Ted Machi.. .3812 HR6 RBI
R. Sandberg, Bravos .4762 HR4 RBI
E. Murray, AARDVARKS .2501 HR6 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

R. Gant, Cavemen 4 for 21 (.190)
M. Webster, Bravos 2 for 19 (.105)
D. Magadan, Praying Mante.. 1 for 15 (.067)
B. Butler, Fat Boys 7 for 21 (.333)
O. Smith, Big Ted Machine 2 for 16 (.125)

Leaders: AVG

L. Dykstra, Angels .341
T. Raines, Goats .340
R. Henderson, Gators .337
B. Roberts, Fat Boys .337
D. Magadan, Praying Mantes .331

Leaders: WHIP

Z. Smith, Cavemen 0.90
J. Tudor, Cavemen 1.08
O. Boyd, Bravos 1.11
E. King, Angels 1.12
R. DeLucia, Angels 1.14

Season 12 goes to Cavemen

The Cavemen went wire to wire in Season 12 and swept easily in the World Series championship. The Kernels had their franchise's best season and dominated in the Underdog Division. But they could not break a rock over the Cavemen's domination.

This was the third title for Stephen Maynard's Cavers. The Big Ted Machine and Aardvarks still look back dreamingly to their four titles each.

Aardvarks win fourth title in Season 11

Mark Maynard led his Aardvarks to their fourth title and did so as an absentee landlord spending time with the Vanderbilts in Asheville, N.C., while on vacation. Mark has now tied Ted Sloan as the winningest club owner in our 11-season history.

The beloved Commissioner and his beloved Dodgers lost yet again in their third World Series appearance because of the hated Aardvarks.

At least the Varks have spaced out their championships to Seasons 3, 6, 8, and 11 to pretend like other owners are allowed to enjoy the game.

Zeke's Seattle Angels dominated all season in the Underdog Division but were swept and upset by the beloved Dodgers in the playoff.

The same happened to Ted Sloan and his toothless Detroit Tigers, dominating all season and then rolling over like a kitty in catnip for the Varks.

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Three rookie GMs join Season 11

Duane Bonifer, Scott Walter, and Jeff D'Alessio made their debut as GMs in Season 11.

Bob Edwards retired after 10 seasons to run a separate fantasy league.

Caveman World Series Champ Steve Maynard chose favorite franchises for the Season 11 draft.

Will one of the rookies stop four-time champ Ted Sloan from repeating? Will the Mighty Aardvarks rise again? Will the Commish ever win anything -- maybe this season with the Dodgers?

Cavemen win Season 10 championship

The Cavemen won their second World Series title, going wire to wire in a dominant Season 10 comprised of 1994 strike-shortened rosters played out to 162 games. The Cavemen won with the 1994 Indians.

Angels and Zeke win first championship in Season 9

In a battle of franchise decades, Zeke Christensen shamefully took his beloved Angels to their first championship without Nolan Ryan. He went for the decade of Mike Trout.

Brandon Porter of the Atlanta Bravos won the Challenger Division with the superb pitching of Maddux, Glavine and Smoltz.

Season 8 dominated by Aardvarks

The Ashland Aardvarks and Mark Maynard dominated the NL all season and advanced to the World Series for the third time, beating Ted Sloan’s Island Misfits in the playoffs.

In one of the closest races in history, all four AL teams led the league multiple times and all were in contention into the final week of play. Bob Edwards and Arch Madness swept the brilliant and beloved Rog’s Hogs in a wildcard playoff. Zeke Christensen and the Versailles Redlegs won the second round and advanced to their third World Series appearance.

It was all Aardvarks in the World Series as Mark won his third championship in three appearances, breezing past the Redlegs in five games.

Sloan wins 4th title in Season 7

Ted Sloan won his fourth title in seven seasons, beating the Cavemen and Stephen Maynard in a tight World Series. The Cavemen held the AL lead all season and were the best team in baseball. But sure Hall of Fame GM Ted Sloan continued to dominate as the Evil Empire of the Rog League.

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