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AL wins 2nd All-Star Game in the Bronx


Robin Ventura of the White Sox increased the AL's lead in the 8th with a 2-run HR
The 2nd Annual AYL All-Star Game in the Bronx was a one-sided affair with the American League avenging their loss from Season 1. The AL stars scored 2 runs in 3 different innings, and outhit their NL opponents all game long. The final score was 7-1 in front of a sold-out crowd at the House that Ruth built.

All-Star MVP outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury of the Red Sox went 3 for 5 and was the only AL position player who played all 9 innings. All of Ellsbury's hits were singles but they all figured in on the scoring as he drove in the eventual winning run with his first single in the 3rd Inning, and scored two runs on each of his other base-hits.

The game started as a pitchers' duel between the two starters - Phil Niekro for the NL, who had no trouble going 6 up, 6 down through his 2 innings of work, including 3 Ks. And Luis Tiant, who threw 2 scoreless innings himself, although his 2 innings weren't without incident. In the first, he walked Joe Lefebvre and hit Luke Voit in the ass with 2 out, but then got Gary Sheffield to ground out to end the inning. In the 2nd, Tiant got into even more trouble, giving up a lead-off single to last season's All-Star Game MVP Johnny Blanchard, and then hitting David Justice in the shoulder before striking out Steve Sax for the innings' first out. After an infield single by Deron Johnson to load the bases, Tiant squeaked out of the inning by getting Derek Jeter to fly out to shallow left field and then getting Lefebvre to fly out to center.

The scoring began in the 3rd as Ron Hassey singled off of Bob Friend with one out, followed by a 2-out double by Chuck Knoblauch and then an RBI single by Ellsbury.

Two innings later, with David Cone pitching for the NL, Ellsbury started the 5th off with a single to centerfield. After Bob Cerv drew a walk, Travis Hafner and Aaron Judge each delivered RBI singles to give the AL a 4-0 lead.

It stayed 4-0 until the top of the 8th, when Kevin Youkilis, subbing in for Chris Parmelee, hit a double to the gap in left-centrefield, followed by a 2-run HR by Robin Ventura, who had replaced Mark Reynolds at 3rd Base.

The Nationals did get a run back in the bottom of the eighth as their subs were finally able to get to the AL's strong pitching. With Goose Gossage on the mound, Brian McCann drew a one-out walk, followed by singles by Bobby Murcer and Kelly Johnson to load the bases. Morgan Ensberg then hit a screaming line-drive over the first base bag which looked like it was headed to the corner, but Youkilis managed to snare it, beating Ensberg to the bag to record the second out. McCann scored on the play for the NL's lone run of the ballgame.

The AL added one in the top of 9 as Carlos Beltran tripled in Ellsbury before Randy Johnson shut down the NL in the bottom of the 9th.

Each league has now won an All-Star game.

Good luck in the 2nd half everyone!


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WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

J. Olerud, Blue Jays .4444 HR12 RBI
P. O'Neill, Reds .5714 HR9 RBI
T. Hafner, Indians .5004 HR6 RBI
D. Tartabull, Royals .4712 HR9 RBI
J. Giambi, A's .3682 HR8 RBI

Leaders: SLG

T. Hafner, Indians .667
L. Voit, Cardinals .664
T. Clark, Tigers .632
B. Cerv, Angels .621
J. Clark, Giants .612

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

B. Cerv, Angels 1 for 19 (.053)
D. Silvestri, Angels 0 for 17 (.000)
C. May, White Sox 0 for 16 (.000)
N. Swisher, Indians 1 for 17 (.059)
R. White, Royals 2 for 17 (.118)

Leaders: H/9

R. Valdes, Phillies 4.7
G. Jackson, Phillies 6.3
L. Tiant, Red Sox 6.6
M. Pineda, Mariners 6.6
C. Hunter, A's 6.9
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WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

J. Olerud, Blue Jays .4444 HR12 RBI
P. O'Neill, Reds .5714 HR9 RBI
T. Hafner, Indians .5004 HR6 RBI
D. Tartabull, Royals .4712 HR9 RBI
J. Giambi, A's .3682 HR8 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

B. Cerv, Angels 1 for 19 (.053)
D. Silvestri, Angels 0 for 17 (.000)
C. May, White Sox 0 for 16 (.000)
N. Swisher, Indians 1 for 17 (.059)
R. White, Royals 2 for 17 (.118)

Leaders: SLG

T. Hafner, Indians .667
L. Voit, Cardinals .664
T. Clark, Tigers .632
B. Cerv, Angels .621
J. Clark, Giants .612

Leaders: H/9

R. Valdes, Phillies 4.7
G. Jackson, Phillies 6.3
L. Tiant, Red Sox 6.6
M. Pineda, Mariners 6.6
C. Hunter, A's 6.9
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Rule 13 Draft Results


Sevy almost unhittable in Game 1 throwing a 1-hitter with 10 Ks
Here are the 10 players picked up in the Rule 13 Draft (with their former teams in brackets)

Detroit Tigers - RP Justin Wilson (Pirates)
Milwaukee Brewers - 1B George Scott (Red Sox)
San Diego Padres - SP Joe Niekro (Astros)
Los Angeles Dodgers - OF Jimmy Wynn (Astros)
Texas Rangers - RP Sparky Lyle (Red Sox)
St. Louis Cardinals - RP Darren Holmes (Clippers)
Kansas City Royals - OF Rondell White (Expos)
Cleveland Indians - OF Shane Spencer
Chicago Cubs - C Dioner Navarro (Clippers)
Toronto Blue Jays - Mike Morgan (Twins)

AYL Players switching teams for Season 2


Colavito goes yard twice in a Homer-filled extra-inning game as Indians' new owner wins first game
The following players have been added or moved to their new teams for Season 2:
(list does note include Rule 13 moves, which have already been done)

Tyler Austin (moved from Bombers to Twins)
Billy McKinney (added to Blue Jays)
Andrew McCutcheon (added to Pirates)
David Hale (added to Braves)
Chasen Shreve (moved from Braves to Cardinals)
Adeiny Hechavarria (added to Clippers)
Dustin Fowler (added to A's)
Caleb Smith (added to Clippers)
Chris Martin (added to Rangers)
Mason Williams (added to Reds)

Welcome to the AYL (All Yankees League)


Kingman starts Season 2 with a bang going 4-5 with 2 bombs and 5 RBI in Game 1
- This is a unique league with some unusual rules, including limited Trades and Free Agency, players must play for franchises they played for in Real Life, a Rule 13 Draft which allows weak teams to steal players from good teams each offseason, and a Lucky Losers Rule for the worst team in each league.
- 28 Teams in the league, including 2 Original Yankee teams called the New York Yankees and the Bronx Bombers. Plus a combination expansion team made up of Arizona, Colorado, Miami, and Tampa Bay players called the Columbus Clippers (named after the Yanks' long-time farm team).
- The Washington Nationals play as the Montreal Expos (Commish is from Canada - Go Figure!!)
- The transactions of the real life MLB New York Yankees are the cornerstone of this league and what makes it unique and fun. Whenever the Yankees make a move in real life, it has a chance to impact teams in our AYL (All Yankees League). Your roster can change significantly based on what the real Yanks do from day to day and season to season.

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