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New York Mr. Mets - Season 16 World Series Champions

The New York Mr. Mets won the Season 16 World Series 4 games to 1 over the Baltimore Birds.
The Mets needed their rally caps to take game 1. The Mets scored first on a sacrifice fly RBI by Buster Posey. The Birds took the lead in the 4th on an RBI Single by Hack Wilson and a sacrifice fly by Willie Mays. Carrying the lead, 3-1, into the 9th, disaster struck the Birds’ bullpen. Dellin Betances, who has been spectacular all year out of the pen, never gained control. He gave up 1 run on a leadoff single, 3 wild pitches and 2 walks. It didn’t go any better for Lee Smith who gave up the tying run on another wild pitch. Bobby Veach drove in the winning run on an infield single, and the Mets literally walked away with the victory 4-3.
JR Richard took the mound for the Mets in game 2, and got the complete game win, shutting out the Birds on 4 hits and 6 strike outs. Ted Williams drove in all 3 Mets runs. The first on a 3rd inning sacrifice fly, and hit a 2 run homer in the 5th, giving the Mets a 3-0 victory and a 2 game series lead.
The Mets continued their pitching dominance in game 3. Don Wilson took the mound, and once again shut out the Birds, scattering 4 hits in 8 innings. The Mets got their first run in the 4th, on an RBI ground out by West. In the 7th, the Mets added 3 more runs behind a 2 run double by Nomar Garciaparra, and took the game 4-0.
The Birds needed to get a win, and got it in a Game 4 marathon. The Birds took a 4-2 lead in the 4th on a 2 RBI triple by Hack Wilson. The Mets tied the game in the 7th when Williams scored on a sacrifice fly. Josh Hamilton hit a walk off, lead-off Home Run in the 13th inning to give the Birds life with a 5-4 victory.
The Mets’ staff got back to business in game 5. Cy Morgan took the mound and gave up 2 runs on 3 hits, giving the Mets the Season 16 World Championship. The Birds jumped on top with 2 runs in the first on a triple by Willie Mays. The Mets tied the game in the 3rd and took the lead in the 7th on a double by Ted Williams. The Mets took control of the game in the 8th on another RBI double by Williams, and took the game 7-2.
Bernie Williams took the Series MVP, scoring 5 runs, batting .389 with a 1.11 OPS, with 2 doubles.
Willie Mays led the Birds on offense batting .263 with a .842 OPS, with 1 double and 1 triple.

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Cash delivers in clutch, Stompers win

Norm Cash drove in 4 runs, carrying Oakland to a 17-3 victory over the Rally Monkeys. Hack Wilson had a big game as well, knocking in 3 runs for Oakland while recording 3 hits. Stan Musial had a big game as well, knocking in 3 runs for Oakland while recording 3 hits. Don Wilson struckout 9 Los Angeles batters in the contest. | Box

Higuera dominates, Paws win 2-0

Teddy Higuera was brilliant last night, allowing just 3 hits over 8 innings, leading the Paws to a 2-0 win over the Twin City Bears. | Box

Goldschmidt in the zone for victorious Dandys

Paul Goldschmidt's hot bat helped the Dandys to a 7-2 win over the Ranger Captains. Goldschmidt collected 4 hits in the game. | Box

Lou Seals can't contain Mathews, fall 9-3

Eddie Mathews was on his game, knocking in 3 runs in Pittsburgh's 9-3 victory over the Lou Seals. Mathews also had 3 hits in the game. Larry Doby recorded 4 hits. | Box

Mariner Moose find a way to survive Mathewson

Hits were hard to come by against Christy Mathewson last night, but the Mariner Moose pushed across enough to defeat the Junction Jacks, 1-0. Mathewson allowed just 4 hits over 9 innings in the loss. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

M. Ott, Mariner Moose .4212 HR8 RBI
J. Edmonds, Dodger Dogs .3183 HR5 RBI
M. Vaughn, Phanatics .4442 HR5 RBI
J. Giambi, Stompers .3001 HR7 RBI
N. Cash, Stompers .3162 HR5 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

E. Collins, Bernie Brewer.. 5 for 24 (.208)
J. Burkett, Dingers 1 for 20 (.050)
K. Lofton, Mariner Moose 3 for 22 (.136)
B. Herman, Raymonds 1 for 19 (.053)
H. Duffy, Aces 2 for 20 (.100)

Leaders: RBI

R. Palmeiro, Green Monsters 101
T. Williams, Baby Bears 98
L. Walker, Billy Marlins 91
M. Ott, Mariner Moose 90
M. Mantle, Baxter Bobcats 89

Leaders: Wins

T. Keefe, Birds 17
E. Reulbach, Green Monsters 17
M. Brown, Swinging Friars 16
J. Pfiester, Junction Jacks 16
E. Morris, Green Monsters 16

Season 17 Draft Order

1. Los Angeles Rally Monkeys
2. Chicago Baby Bears
3. Colorado Dingers
4. Philadelphia Phanatics
5. New York Dandys
6. San Francisco Lou Seals
7. Oakland Stompers
8. Tampa Bay Raymonds
9. Cincinnati Mr. Redlegs
10. Cleveland Sliders
11. Toronto Aces
12. Milwaukee Bernie Brewers
13. Atlanta Homers
14. Chicago Southpaws
15. Kansas City Sluggers
16. St. Louis Redbirds
17. Miami Billy Marlins
18. Texas Ranger Captains
19. Washington Screeches
20. Minnesota Twin City Bears
21. Seattle Mariner Moose
22. Baltimore Birds
23. Boston Green Monsters
24. New York Mr. Mets
25. Houston Junction Jacks
26. Los Angeles Dodger Dogs
27. San Diego Swinging Friars
28. Pittsburgh Pirate Parrots
29. Detroit Paws
30. Arizona Baxter Bobcats

San Diego Swinging Friars - Season 15 World Champions

The San Diego Swinging Friars won back to back World Championships, sweeping the Baltimore Birds.
The Swinging Friars took the first game 3-0 behind a solid performance by Chris Archer. Archer struck out 11, holding the Birds scoreless on 6 hits. After 7 scoreless innings, the Friars scored 2 runs in the 8th behind two singles, a run scoring error and two walks.
The Friars took an early 3-1 lead in game 2 behind 2 solo Home Runs by Series MVP Paul Goldschmidt, but the Birds tied the game in the 6th on Lance Berkman’s 2 run shot. The Friars took the lead for good in the 8th behind a double by Ryan Braun. The Friars were up 2 games to none heading home to Petco Park. Goldschmidt finished the series batting .389 with a 1.389 OPS, 1 Double, 2 Home Runs and 4 RBI.
Randy Johnson took the mound for the Friars in Game 3 and went the distance, scattering 4 hits. Larry Walker had 4 hits, and the Friars took the game 5-0.
Game 4 was a pitching duel between Dan Haren and Mickey Lolich, going 2-2 into the 9th. Walks haunted the Birds all series, and was their undoing once again. Dellin Betances walked 3 batters, and Lorenzo Cain scored on a ball 4 wild pitch, giving the Swinging Friars the Series with a 3-2 win.
Charlie Blackmon led the Birds on offense batting .400 with a .933 OPS.

San Diego Swinging Friars - Season 14 World Champions

The San Diego Swinging Friars defeated the Oakland Stompers 4 games to 2 in a terrific World Series. The Friars took an early 6-0 lead in game 1 with the long ball. Ryan Klesko hit a 3 run Homer in the 3rd, and Bobby Doerr followed with a 2 run shot in the 4th. The Stompers fought back with 3 runs in the 6th on Ralph Kiner’s 2 run Home Run, but could not catch the Friars who took the game 6-4.
Vida Blue and Dan Haren took the mound in game 2 and both pitched superbly. Blue gave up 2 runs in 7 1/3, but Haren pitched 6 shut out innings, striking out 6. Rocky Colavito hit the game winning, pinch hit Home Run in the 8th and the Swinging Friars had the win 2-1, and now had a 2-0 World Series lead.
The Series shifted to Oakland for game 3, and the Stompers were looking for some better luck at home. The game was a slugfest. The Friars took a 7-1 lead into the 6th, scoring every inning but the 2nd using timely hitting throughout the lineup. The Stompers came charging back with 2 runs in the 6th on Chuck Klein’s 2 run triple, and 4 runs in the 7th. The game was now tied 7-7. The Friars responded with 2 runs in the 8th on Scott Rolen’s RBI Double and Doerr’s Sac Fly. The Friars won the game 9-7, and now had a commanding 3-0 Series lead.
The Sompers needed help, and Addie Joss came to the rescue in game 4, striking out 8, allowing only 4 baserunners on 2 hits, and Frankie Frisch hit a solo home run in the 2nd and a RBI double in the 7th giving the Stompers life with a 4-0 victory. With their backs still against the wall, Jeff Tesreau followed with another 2 hitter in game 5 keeping the Stompers alive, and the Stompers offense seemed to also have new life in an 8-1 victory. The Stompers scored early and often led by Klein and Chipper Jones RBI doubles.
Back home at PETCO Park, the Friars sent game 2 winner Haren back to the mound to face Blue. The Stompers struck first in the top of the 3rd but the Friars stormed right back with 4 runs on a bases clearing triple by Ernie Banks. The Stompers did not give up, tying the game in the 7th on a 2 run single by Kiner and the game went to extra innings knotted up at 5. In the bottom of the 10th, Goldschmidt led off with a single, and after getting on base with a FC, Banks scored when pinch hitter and series MVP Ryan Klesko hit a 2 out, game winning double. In the Series Klesko drove in 7 runs on 2 doubles and 1 Home Run, finishing with a 1.267 OPS. Klein led the Stompers on offense batting .435, 1.478 OPS, with 3 doubles, 1 triple and 1 Home Run.

Philadelphia Phanatics - Season 13 World Series Champions

The Philadelphia Phanatics defeated the Baltimore Birds 4 games to 2 in a very exciting, hard fought World Series in which 3 games were decided in extra innings.
The Phanatics opened the series with a 7-4 game 1 win. Rallying from an early 3 run deficit, the Phanatics scored 3 runs in the 8th on consecutive doubles by Hrbek, Lowell and Carter.
Game 2 was a 16 inning pitching duel, and the Birds evened the series taking a 2-1 victory when Pedro Guerrero drove in the game winning run in the top of the 16th. Game 2 pitching was magnificent; Rube Waddell held the Phanatics to 4 hits through 8 innings and Series MVP Catfish Hunter held the Birds to n 7 hits in 10 innings.
In game 3, Chris Sale pitched 6 shutout innings, allowing 5 hits as the Phanatics won 3-1 behind solo Home runs by Vlad Guerrero and Jose VIdro.
The Birds again evened the series in game 4, rallying from a 3-0 deficit in the 8th behind Sam Thompson's 2 run triple. Game 5 was another marathon thriller, which the Phanatics scored 5 scrappy runs on 4 singles in the 15th inning.
Catfish Hunter brought the Championship to Philly with another pitching gem, holding the Birds to 1 run on 7 hits. Hunter finished the Series with a 1.04 ERA and .924 WHIP. Jimmy Rollins led the Phanatics on offense batting .400 with a 1.267 OPS, driving in 4 runs with 1 Home Run. Ozzie Smith led the Birds offense batting .333 with a 1.067 OPS.

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