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Wilmington Blue Rocks - 2058 World Series Champions


The Wilmington Blue Rocks swept the Grover Potholes in 4 games to win the 2058 World Series.
The Blue Rocks were on FIRE offensively the entire Series. The Team Stats for the Series:
.345 Avg, 1.468 OPS, 17 doubles, 2 triples, 12 Home Runs, 36 Runs scored, 48 Hits.
The MVP of the Series was Richie Zisk. His numbers are mind blowing, and most likely a PC record:
.722 Avg, .889 OBP, 3.500 OPS, 1 double, 8 Home Runs, 14 RBI.
Zisk got on base nearly 90% of his plate appearances, and hit 2 Home Runs in each game.
The Blue Rocks took the lead early in Game 1 scoring on Tom Herr’s 2 Run RBI in the 1st. The Potholes tied the game in the top of the 4th, but the Blue Rocks answered back in the bottom half to take a 4-2 lead. Zisk hit a solo Home Run in the 6th, and a 2 run homer in the 8th. Joel Pinero held the Potholes to 2 runs on 4 hits through 7, giving the Blue Rocks the win 10-3.
Zisk led things off in the 1st inning of Game 2 with a solo Home Run and Frank Thomas doubled and scored. Zisk added a 2 run homer in the 2nd inning. Consecutive doubles by Thomas, Daulton and Herr added 3 in the 3rd and the Blue Rocks were off to a 7-0 lead. Clayton Kershaw got the complete game win, with the Blue Rocks taking the game 10-4.
The Potholes fought hard to get into the win column in Game 3. The Blue Rocks jumped out on top in the 2nd on Paul Blair’s 2 run homer. Zisk added to the lead with a solo homer in the 5th. Ron Hassey got the Potholes on the board in the bottom of the 5th with a solo home run. The Potholes tied the game at 4 in the 7th on Andruw Jones’ 2 run homer, and Game 3 went to extra innings. The Blue Rocks opened 10th loading the bases, and Frank Thomas drove in 2 with a double to give the Blue Rocks the win 8-4.
The Blue Rocks got 15 hits in Game 4, continuing their offensive dominance. Zisk got things started in the 3rd with his 7th home run of the series, and in the 4th, Zisk hit a 3 run home run giving him number 8. Boone hit a 2 run homer in the 5th, and Zisk added a RBI double. Madison Bumgarner got the complete game win holding the Potholes to 3 runs on 5 hits, giving the Blue Rocks the Championship 9-3.
Giles led the Potholes on offense batting .333 with a 1.000 OPS, 1 home run and 4 RBI

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WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

C. Blackmon, Nasty Boys .5003 HR12 RBI
C. Yastrzemski, Coyotes .4444 HR9 RBI
M. Giles, Potholes .4004 HR6 RBI
R. Braun, Raging Cats .3753 HR8 RBI
J. Edmonds, Knights .3753 HR6 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

R. Sanders, Zephyrs 0 for 20 (.000)
D. Jeter, Drifters 3 for 19 (.158)
B. McCann, Tropics 2 for 18 (.111)
S. Casey, Potholes 1 for 17 (.059)
A. Cabrera, Red Wings 3 for 21 (.143)

Leaders: RBI

M. McGwire, Nasty Boys 49
C. Delgado, Green Sox 46
A. Belle, Twymans 46
C. Yelich, Chiefs 45
P. O'Neill, Ballers 45

Leaders: Wins

A. Benes, Nasty Boys 8
I. Anderson, Zephyrs 7
S. Carlton, Nasty Boys 7
T. Gonsolin, Claws 7
R. Halladay, Twymans 7

Detroit Stars - 2057 World Series Champion

In the most dramatic World Series on record, the Detroit Stars defeated the Blue Ridge Drifters 4 games to 3 to win the 2057 Championship. The Drifters won the first 3 games, looking to sweep the series, but the Stars fought back winning the last 4 games. 6 of the 7 games were decided by only 1 run. If there wasn’t enough drama in the first 6 games, Game 7 was one for the ages, going 21 innings. Stories must start at the beginning, so here we go…..
Game 1 to Blue Ridge. The scoring started early, and the Drifters built on a 1st inning 2-1 lead, scoring on back to back 5th inning home runs by Freddie Freeman and David Wright. The Stars fought back tying the score 4-4, into the bottom of the 8th, when Ronald Acuna’s pinch hit RBI single gave the Drifters the 5-4 victory. Jonathan Papelbon shut the door in the 9th, earning the win.
Game 2 to Blue Ridge. Johan Santana and Mike Soroka battled it out for 8 innings pitching nearly perfect games. Santana came out on top for the Drifters, shutting out the Stars, allowing only 1 hit and 1 walk. The game was decided in the 8th when the Drifters scored 2 unearned runs. As he did in the first, Acuna’s pinch hit, this time a RBI double, won the game following an error by Youkilis, giving the Drifters the win 2-0.
Game 3 to Blue Ridge. The Drifters took the early lead on Nomar Garciaparra’s 1st inning solo Home Run, and built a 3-0 advantage in the 6th on Wright’s solo home run. Wade Boggs tied the game with a 2 RBI double in the bottom of the 6th. The Drifters answered back in the top of the 7th, on Feeman’s 3 run home run to take the lead 6-3. Doug DeCinces cut the lead to 6-5 in the bottom of the 7th with a 2 run homer. Rich Gedman gave the Drifters an insurance run with a solo homer in the 8th giving the Drifters the victory 7-6 and a commanding 3 games to none World Series lead.
Game 4 to Detroit in 11 innings. The Drifters looked to be in great shape taking a 4-1 lead into the 5th. Boggs cut the lead with a RBI single, and Richie Zisk tied it with a 2 run double. With the score tied 4-4, the game went into extra innings. In the top of the 11th, Ben Zorbist broke the tie with a solo Home Run. With 2 outs in the bottom of the 11th, the Jose Altuve hit a 2 run double keeping the Stars alive with a dramatic 6-5 victory.
Game 5 to Detroit. The Drifters once again took the early lead scoring 2 in the first. In the bottom of the 4th, the Stars took the lead for good on Zisk’s 3 run Home Run. Altuve added to the lead in the 5th with a RBI double, and the Stars held on for the win 4-3.
Game 6 to Detroit. Soroka and Santana faced off again, but this time Soroka came out on top, allowing 1 run on 7 hits, holding the Drifters scoreless into the 8th. The Stars scored first, on Youkilis’s 2nd inning solo homer, and added a run in the 5th on Frank Catalanotto’s RBI single. The Drifters narrowed the lead in the 8th, but Soroka pitched out of the jam, earning the win with the 2-1 victory.
Game 7 to Detroit in 21 innings. First 3 games to Blue Ridge, Second 3 games to Detroit. Blue Ridge 23 runs, Detroit 22 runs. Game 7 was set up to be another dramatic one, and all that can be said is HOLY COW. The Drifters took the lead, 2-0 scoring on solo homers by Cal Ripken in the 2nd and Garciaparra in the 3rd. In the top of the 4th the Stars broke out on top scoring 4 runs on a leadoff homer by Mike Trout and a 3 run double by Catalanotto. The Drifters tied the game in the bottom of the 4th on solo homers by Freeman and Wright. The score remained tied at 4 as the game went into extra innings. Fast forward to the 18th. After 14 scoreless innings, Doug DeCinces broke the drought with a leadoff home run, giving the Stars the temporary lead. The Drifters tied the game in the bottom of the 18th on Bryan Reynolds’ RBI double. Fast forward to the 21st inning. Mike Trout opened the inning with a double, and after advancing to 3rd, Marcus Giles ground ball, throw to the plate. Trout safe at home. Stars take the win and the World Series 6-5. Game, Set, Match, WOW.
Series MVP goes to Mike Trout with a Home Run and 2 doubles and the game winning run in game 7. Trout only batted .167 for the Series, but his game 7 performance gives him the award.
Freeman led the Drifters on offense batting .300 with 2 doubles and 3 home runs for the series.

Torquay Tropics - 2056 World Series Champion


The Torquay Tropics defeated the Blue Ridge Drifters 4 games to 3 to win the 2056 World Series.
The Drifters were cruising to victory in Game 1, Yu Darvish held the Tropics scoreless allowing 5 hits into the 9th. Leading 4-0, with 1 out in the 9th, Kurt Gibson dropped the ball. After Gibson’s error, the wheels came off. Darvish walked two, and Ray Lankford hit a walk off Grand Slam to give the Tropics the victory 5-4.
The Tropics carried that momentum into Game 2. Chris Hoiles hit a Solo Home Run in the 3rd; Edgar Martinez and Josh Hamilton hit back to back homers in the 4th. The Drifters rallied to tie the game in the top of the 7th, but the Tropics responded with RBI doubles by John Lowenstein and Series MVP Scott Rolen. Hoiles hit his second homer of the game in the 8th giving the Topics the win 7-3.
Scott Rolen led the Tropics with 1 double, 1 triple, 3 home runs, and 8 RBI, batting .296 with a 1.296 OPS.
The Series shifted to Blue Ridge and the Drifters took advantage of the home field to win the next two games to tie the Series at 2 games each. In Game 3, John Means allowed 2 runs on 4 hits to get the win. Gregg Jeffries drove in 2 runs with a 3rd inning triple, and Rico Carty hit an RBI double in the 7th to give the Drifters a much needed win 5-2.
In Game 4, the Drifters took the early lead with a 1st inning 3 run homer by Ben Zorbist. The Tropics rallied scoring 2 runs in the 4th and 5th on 2 run homers by Martinez and Chuck Knoblauch. The Drifters took the lead back in the 8th on a 2 run pinch hit home run by Freddie Freeman, taking the game 5-4.
Game 5 was another great one. The Tropics took the early lead in the 2nd on Hoiles’ 2 run homer, and widened the lead to 4-1 on Alex Rodriguez’s 2 run homer in the 3rd. The Drifters chipped away at the lead behind a homer by Christian Yelich in the 4th, David Wright in the 5th, and tied the game in the 6th on Chad Kreuter’s 2 run double. In the top of the 9th, two walks loaded the bases for the Tropics and Rolen drove in the game winner with game winning a sac fly… 6-5 Tropics.
The Drifters again tied the Series in Game 6 with an offensive explosion, scoring 9 runs on 15 hits. The Drifters opened the game with 3 runs in the 1st on RBI singles by Nomar Garciaparra, Darin Erstad and Ichiro Suzuki. In the 5th, they scored 5 runs on 6 hits, with RBIs by Yelich, Garciaparra and Erstad taking the win 9-4.
Game 7 started as a battle, with the score tied at 2 into the 5th inning, when the Tropics offense took command of the game. Rolen started the onslaught with a 3 run homer followed by Rodriguez’ solo home run. Taking a 8-3 lead into the 8th, the Tropics unloaded with a pair of 3 run homers, the first by Martinez, the second by Hamilton, cruising to a dominating 14-4 victory and the 2056 Championship.
Rico Carty led the Drifters on offense finishing the series with a .357 Avg, 1.179 OPS, 2 doubles, 1 triple, 1 home run and 4 RBI.

Champlain Green Sox – 2055 World Series Champion


The Champlain Green Sox won back to back World Championships beating the Torquay Tropics 4 games to 2.
The Tropics took the first two games of the Series. John Lackey led the way in Game 1 holding the Green Sox to 2 runs on 5 hits to take the victory 4-2. Game 2 was a thriller. The Green Sox took the early lead 2-1 in the first inning, and the Tropics tied it in the 2nd with a solo homer by Chris Hoiles. In the 6th, the Topics extended the lead on a 2 run Homer by John Lowenstein his second of the day. Leading 4-3 in the 9th, the Tropics extended the lead to 8-3 behind Luis Castillo’s RBI double and a 2 run homer by Jack Clark. The Green Sox tried to rally scoring 3 runs in the bottom of the 9th, but Craig Kimbrel shut the rally down giving the Tropics a 2-0 Series lead with the 8-6 victory.
As they did in the 2054 World Series, the Green Sox were ready to rally from a 2 game World Series deficit. Walks plagued the Tropics in this Series, giving up 25, and the Green Sox took full advantage. In Game 3 the Green Sox took the lead early, led by Series MVP Dave Martinez’ 3rd inning, 2 run homer. After widening the lead to 6-1 in the 5th, they added 2 in the 9th on Martinez’ RBI double to take the game 8-3.
Martinez hit .538 for the Series with a 2.038 OPS, 2 doubles, 5 Home Runs and 9 RBI.
In Game 4, John Lester got the complete game win, holding the Tropics to 2 runs on 7 hits. Down 2-1 in the top 6th, Josh Donaldson gave the Green Sox a lead they would not relinquish with a 2 run homer, evening the series at 2 games each with a 5-2 victory.
Game 5 was all offense with 28 hits in the game. The Green Sox used the long ball efficiently. Jim Edmonds opened the scoring with a 2 run home run in the 1st, and Willie Randolph followed with a 2 run homer in the 2nd. Down 5-0, the Tropics responded as Clark and Lowenstein each hit 2 run home runs in the bottom of the 3rd narrowing the lead to 5-4. The Tropics then scored 4 more in the 5th on 2 run doubles by Alex Rodriguez and Chris Hoiles to take the lead 8-6. That lead did not last long. The Green Sox scored 4 in the 6th behind a 2 run Homer by Clark and a 2 run triple by Randolph. In the 7th, the Sox put the game out of reach. Martinez hit a 2 run homer and back to back RBI doubles by Garry Maddox and Cal Ripken gave the victory to Champlain 15-10.
The Green Sox bats continued to dominate in Game 6. Edgardo Alfonzo started the scoring with a 2 run home run in the 1st. In the 2nd, Jim Edmonds cleared the bases with a huge Grand Slam. Adding 2 insurance runs in the 4th, R.A. Dickey cruised to a 9-1 victory allowing only 6 hits with the complete game win, giving Champlain the World Series Championship.
Lowenstein led the Tropics offense with a .333 Avg, 1.381 OPS, 2 triples, 2 Home Runs and 7 RBI.

Champlain Green Sox – 2054 World Series Champion


After losing the first two games, the Champlain Green Sox won 4 straight to beat the Santa Ana Claws 4 games to 2 to win the 2054 World Series.
The Green Sox jumped out early in Game 1, 3-0. The Claws narrowed the lead in the 5th on Ben Grieve’s 2 run homer, and took the lead for good in the 7th on Andre Dawson’s 2 RBI single giving the Claws the win 6-4.
The Green Sox once again took the early lead in Game 2, scoring on Rich Gedman’s 2nd inning Grand Slam. As in Game 1, the Claws fought back scoring 8 runs on 6 solo homers in the next 4 innings: Derrek Lee in the 3rd, Richie Hebner in the 5th… and in the 6th Ben Grieve, Derrek Lee, Ian Desmond, and Rob Wilfong hit back to back to back to back homers giving the Claws the win 8-7.
In Game 3, the Claws started fast scoring 3 runs in the top of the 1st behind Grieve’s 2 run triple. With their backs to the wall, the Green Sox responded quickly scoring on Mickey Morandini’s 2 run homer in the 1st, Gedman’s RBI single in the 2nd and Cal Ripken’s RBI grounder in the 3rd. The Green Sox would add single runs in the 6th, 7th and 8th to get their 1st win of the series, 8-5.
Pitching settled in in Game 4. Wilbur Wood and Ben Sheets both pitched complete games, Sheets struck out 7 allowing 3 runs on 8 hits, but Wood was a little better allowing 1 run on 7 hits. Cal Ripken and Wil Clark each hit solo homers and the Green Sox tied the Series with the 3-1 victory.
Frank Pastore took the mound in Game 5 allowing 1 run on 5 hits to give the Green Sox the Series lead 3 games to 2. Series MVP Juan Soto had 4 hits and 2 Home Runs; Ripken and Donaldson each hit solo homers in the 5-1 victory. In the Series, Soto hit .364 with a 1.455 OPS, 3 Doubles and 2 Home Runs.
Game 6 was a thriller. Jon Lester allowed 3 runs on 5 hits for the Green Sox and Hideo Nomo allowed 2 runs on 7 hits for the Claws. The Green Sox scored first in the 2nd on Donaldson’s RBI single. The Claws responded in the bottom half on Dale Murphy’s 2 run homer and took the lead 3-1 in the 3rd on a solo shot by Paul Goldschmidt. The Green Sox narrowed the lead in the 5th on Donaldson’s solo homer. With 1 out in the 9th, pinch hitter Dave Martinez tied the game with an RBI single sending the game into extra innings. In the top of the 10th, Morandini hit an RBI single and Edmonds’ sac fly gave the Green Sox the Championship with a 5-3 victory.
Derrek Lee led the Claws on offense hitting .412 with a 1.824 OPS and 4 Home Runs.

Wilmington Blue Rocks - 2053 World Series Champion


The Wilmington Blue Rocks swept the OxPhilly Twymans 4 games to 0 to win the 2053 World Series.
Game 1 was a firework show with 9 Home Runs. The Blue Rocks scored 2 in the first on Series MVP Frank Thomas’ 2 run homer. The Twymans answered back to take a 4-2 lead on Jesse Winker’s 3 run homer. Chris Hoiles tied the game in the 3rd with a 2 run shot and once again the Twymans answered with Troy Tulowitzki’s solo shot to stay in front 5-4. After tying the score in the 5th, the Blue Rocks took the lead for good in the 7th on Thomas’ second homer of the game, and held on for a 9-7 victory.
Thomas finished the series with 4 Home Runs and 9 RBI, batting .412 with a 1.824 OPS.
The Home Runs settled down in game 2, but the scoring continued. With the game tied at 2, the Blue Rocks exploded for 6 runs in the 4th. Marquis Grissom started it off with a 2 run homer and Evan Longoria hit a 2 run double giving the Blue Rocks a commanding lead and an 8-5 victory.
Steven Strasburg took the mound for the Twymans in game 3, and shut down the Blue Rocks offense, allowing 1 run on 3 hits. The Twymans again scored early, with 2 first inning runs on back to back solo home runs by Tulowitzki and David Wright. Down 2-1 in the bottom of the 9th, the Blue Rocks rallied for 3 runs. Edgardo Alfonzo’s 2 run pinch hit walk off homer gave the Blue Rocks the win 4-2.
Game 4 was a thriller. The Twymans jumped out on top on in the 2nd on Javy Lopez’s 3 run homer. The Blue Rocks narrowed the lead in the 4th, 4-3 on Frank Thomas’ 2 run homer, and in the 6th, took the lead for good. Thomas hit an RBI single to tie the game and came home on a bases loaded walk. Max Scherzer went the distance for the Blue Rocks getting the win 5-4, to complete the World Series sweep.
MVP Frank Thomas finished the series with 4 Home Runs and 9 RBI, batting .412 with a 1.824 OPS.
Troy Tulowitzki led the Twymans on offense batting .353 with a 1.412 OPS and 3 Home Runs.

New Orleans Zephyrs – 2052 World Series Champion


The Zephyrs cruised through an impressive post season with only one loss, sweeping the defending champion Pensacola Raging Cats in the Peter Uberoth Championship and sweeping the Indy Nasty Boys in the 2052 World Series.
In game 1, the Nasty Boys built a 4-3 lead on Home Runs by A-Rod, JD Martinez and Whit Merrifield. The Zephyrs exploded for 5 runs in the bottom of the 9th, tying the game on Yasiel Puig’s RBI double. With 2 outs and the bases loaded, Series MVP Bobby Abreu hit a walk off Grand Slam giving the Zephyrs the victory 8-4. Abreu was unstoppable in the World Series batting .583 with a 2.083 OPS, 3 doubles, 1 triple and 1 home run.
James Shields pitched a 3 hitter, allowing only 1 run through 7 in game 2. The Zephyrs took a 4-3 lead into the 9th behind home runs by Boog Powell, Puig and David Ross. JD Martinez hit a 2 run homer for the Nasty Boys in the top of the 9th, but the rally fell one run short, and the Zephyrs took the win, 4-3.
The Zephyrs scored 1st in game 3, on Jose Hernandez’s 2 run homer in the 4th, but the Nasty Boys struck right back taking a 3-2 lead in the bottom half behind Dave Winfield’s 2 run homer. In the 7th the Zephyrs regained the lead on Omar Vizquel’s 2-RBI double, and held on for the victory 4-3.
In game 4, the Nasty Boys once again held an early 3-1 lead, but the Zephyrs once again rallied. In the 7th, Ross drove in 2 with a triple, and came home on Abreu’s RBI double. Taking a 5-3 lead into the 9th, the Zephyrs added 3 more runs on Abreu’s second RBI double of the game and Cecil Cooper’s solo Home Run, completing the World Series sweep, 8-3.
Alex Rodriguez led the Nasty Boys on offense batting .400 with a 1.60 OPS, 2 doubles 1 triple and 1 home run.

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