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Charlston Battery - 2046 World Series Champion


Seven Games. Outstanding Pitching. The Charlston Battery won the 2046 World Series 4 games to 3 over the Boston Braves behind the arms of Jake Arietta (2-0, 17 IP, 2.11 ERA, .82 WHIP, 10.06 K/9) and Series MVP Don Sutton (2-0, 18 IP, 1.50 ERA, .62 WHIP, 6.5 K/9).
Down 3 games to 2, The Battery returned home for game 6 and Arietta pitched 8 strong innings, giving up only 1 run on 5 hits, striking out 8, leading the Battery to a 5-1 victory. The Battery scored 4 runs in the 5th behind a 2 run double by Mike Trout,
The Battery put the ball in Sutton’s hands for game 7 and he pitched a 2 hit gem bringing the Championship to Charlston with a 4-1 victory. The Braves only run came in the 1st on a solo Home Run by Andrelton Simmons. Manny Ramirez scored the go ahead run in the 4th inning on a FC grounder by Hanley Ramirez, and that was all Sutton needed.
The Braves had taken a 3-2 series lead behind the spectacular pitching of Jason Schmidt (2-0, 18 IP, 1.00 ERA, .50 WHIP, 12.5 K/9). Schmidt pitched two 4 hitters, in game 1 and again in game 5. Simmons led the Braves offense in game 5, driving in 3 runs on a solo shot in the 1st and a 2 run double in the 5th. Game 4 was an offensive shootout which the Braves took 10-7 evening the series 2-2. John Buck crushed two Home Runs, driving in 5 runs for the Braves.
Hanley Ramirez led the Battery to a 8-3 game 2 victory, driving in 5 runs on 2 Home Runs. Game 3 was a hard fought pitching duel between Sutton and Robbie Ray. The Braves took the early lead 2-0 behind a solo Home Run by Willie McCovey, but Sutton closed the door, and Manny Ramirez hit a 2 run Homer in the 8th to give the Battery the victory 3-2.
Mike Trout led the offense for the Battery finishing with a .300 Avg, .967 OPS, 3 doubles, 1 HR and 4 RBI.

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Clayton Kershaw struckout 9 Housatonic batters in a 7-2 win for the OUTLAWS. | Box

Bisons find a way to survive Blue

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Cobras fall to Battery despite Wakefield's efforts

Tim Wakefield whiffed 8 batters, but the Battery managed to beat the Cobras, 2-1. Jake Arrieta struckout 9 Roswell batters in the contest. | Box

Bolts overcome brilliant outing by Kluber

Hits were hard to come by against Corey Kluber last night, but the Bolts pushed across enough to defeat the Dragons, 1-0. Kluber allowed just 3 hits over 8 innings in the loss. | Box

Dukes fall to Ocean despite Scherzer's efforts

Max Scherzer whiffed 10 batters, but the Ocean managed to beat the Dukes, 4-3. | Box


WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

C. Jones, MicLics .4504 HR8 RBI
M. Teixeira, Stars .3534 HR8 RBI
J. Mumphrey, Bolts .5003 HR6 RBI
M. Trout, Battery .3503 HR8 RBI
T. Hafner, MicLics .4213 HR7 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

E. Suarez, Dukes 2 for 20 (.100)
A. Belle, Dodgers 0 for 18 (.000)
H. McRae, Ocean 3 for 20 (.150)
B. Boone, Dragons 2 for 19 (.105)
J. Oquendo, Bolts 2 for 18 (.111)

Leaders: RBI

M. Epstein, Hootin' Owl's 27
C. Bellinger, Zephyrs 24
Z. Cozart, OUTLAWS 22
D. Lopes, Baby Cakes 21
C. Yastrzemski, Baby Cakes 20

Leaders: Wins

J. Arrieta, Battery 3
S. Fernandez, Hootin' Owl's 3
J. Verlander, Bisons 3
C. Carpenter, Battery 3
B. Moore, Raging Cats 3

New Orleans Pelicans - 2045 World Series Champions


The first “Streetcar Series” came to New Orleans..... the Zephyrs (Tulane alum from the Parish) faced off against the Pelicans (UNO alum from Bucktown) for bragging rights in the Crescent City. The Pelicans brought their brooms, sweeping the Zephyrs in 4 games, but each game came down to the final inning. The Pelicans starting pitching told the story, holding the Zephyrs bats at bay all series, allowing 6 runs on 11 hits.
Pedro Martinez did all he could to lead the Zephyrs to victory in game 1 striking out 8, but the Pelicans rallied off Goose Gossage in relief; Tony Gwynn hitting the game winning single in the 9th.
The Pelicans used the long ball and the 2 hit pitching of Tim Lincecum to take a 2-0 series lead. The Pelicans jumped ahead 4-0, sparked by a 2 run Home Run by Troy Tulowizky. The Zephyrs came storming back with 3 runs in the 8th inning behind Adam Lind’s 2 run triple, but the Pelicans responded in the bottom of the 8th with solo shots by Albert Belle and Brad Hawpe, to take a 6-4 game 2 victory.
The Zephyrs came home to the Shrine on Airline for game 3, taking an early lead on Cody Bellinger’s 2 out Home Run in the 1st. The Pelicans took the lead in the 3rd on Albert Belle’s 2 run Single. Adam Lind came through again for the Zephyrs with a 2 run Homer in the 6th, but the Pelicans bullpen shut down the Zephyrs to take a 3-0 series lead.
JR Richard pitched brilliantly in game 4 striking out 7 with a 2 hit shutout, and the Pelicans offense scratched out 2 unearned runs in the 5th.
Joe Morgan was the Series MVP, batting .429 with a 1.286 OPS with 4 RBIs. Shane Halter led the Zephyrs’ offense batting .267 with a 1.133 OPS

Roswell Cobras - 2044 World Series Champion


The Roswell Cobras defeated the Boston Braves 4 games to 2, to win the 2044 World Series. The Cobra's offense dominated in their 4 victories. Series MVP Steve McCatty pitched two complete games, winning game 2, holding the Braves offense to 6 hits, and brought the World Series to Roswell with a 5 hitter in game 6. John Lowenstein led the Cobras scoring 9 runs and batting .500, .900 OBP, and an eye popping 2.25 OPS with 3 Doubles, 1 Tripple and 2 HR. Mo Vaughn drove in 10 runs for the Cobras on 3 HR.

The Braves took games 3 and 4 to tie the series at 2-2 behind the pitching of Jason Schmidt and Chris Archer. The Braves were led on offense by Ken Griffey who batted .304, and a 1.348 OPS, but managed on 4 RBI on his 3 HR.

Baumholder MicLics - World Series Champion


The Baumholder MicLics held off a great comeback attempt by the Biloxi Shuckers to take the World Series 4 games to 3. Game 7 looked to be going the Shuckers way, taking an early 5-0 lead. The MicLics rallied behind the bat of Series MVP Mike Lowell with 4 runs in the 3rd and 5 runs in the 4th. Mike Lowell finished the series batting .333 with 2 doubles, 2 HR and a 1.185 OPS.

The MicLics took a 3 games to 1 series lead, but the Shuckers fought back to tie the series behind the pitching of Ron Guidry and Lance McCullers.

Pensacola Raging Cats - World Series Champion


The Pensacola Raging Cats, behind stellar pitching, dominated the World Series, 4 games to 1, over the New Orleans Pelicans.

Series MVP Robbie Ray took two wins, opening the Series with a 2 hit shutout, striking out 8, and winning the decisive game 5, holding the Pelicans offense to 2 runs.

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They're definitely changing game to game. I had one guy go from a 99 ranking to a 50 after his last game. It's getting kind of tedious swapping them out after each game.
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