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BETTS,Mookie CCC  AL .444 1.278 6 18 8 1 1 4 5 8 3 2 0 1 0 0
BUNDY,Dylan FRE  AL 2 2 0 0 1.00 18 2 2 14 25 8 0 1 0 1 0
HOSKINS,Rhys SEL  NL .375 1.250 5 16 6 2 0 4 6 7 5 4 0 0 0 1
MENGDEN,Daniel JNE  NL 2 1 0 0 0.00 12 0 0 6 10 1 0 1 0 0 0

Long Beach  Dirt Bags @ Selkirk  Steelers

Series Preview: Selkirk has been playing better lately and now they host Long Beach.
Game #1: Profar homers Mats wins 7-5 for Selkirk.
Game #2: Long Beach wins in extras as they blew a huge lead. 8-7 Long Beach in 11.
Game #3: Cuthbert and Hoskins Homer as Selkirk wins in extras 5-4 in 10..
Game #4: Hoskins hits two homers and Keller improves to 10-2 for Selkirk.
Game #5: Hoskins homers but not enough as Encarnacion homers in the long beach win, 6-3.
Game #6: Sanchez 2 hitter gets the long beach win.
Series Summary: Hoskins for player of the week 6 for 16 with 4 homers.

Tempe Tempers @ Bethesda Bandicoots

Series Preview: Stocking itself with a bevy of players I can’t stomach, the Tempe Tempers are a team that’s easy to dislike which makes it all the more painful that they’re stinking good and coincidentally visiting Bethesda to kick our asses for six games.
Game #1: Let the ass-kicking commence!
The king of players I can’t stand, JD Martinez, comes through with his 32nd home run of the year and drives in two runs as the Tempers take it by a deceptively close score of 5-4.
Corey Kluber allowed an unforgiveable two runs which meant he got the old heave-ho after just four innings of two-hit ball (one of the hits was a Jonthan Schoop’s 9th dinger of the year for Bethesda.
Tyson Ross (8-7) pitched like a putz allowing all five Tempe runs in six innings of eight-hit ball, but at least he had control as he struck out seven and walked just one.
Weird factoid – the Bandicoots had just five hits in the game but all went for extra bases. David Peralta (18) also homered for the losers.
Maikel Franco had two doubles and a single for Tempe.
Game #2: More ass-kicking with one-dimensional Evan Gattis who can play most everywhere but nowhere well coming through with a two-run homer to pace Tempe to a 5-2 win.
Jake Arrieta (4-5) pitched like a putz as well allowing seven hits and eight fricking walks over just five innings and just like Tyson Ross before him gave up all of the Tempe runs. Jerk.
Joey Votto and Marcell Ozuna each had two hits for Tempe. Trevor Story banged his 30th homer for Bethesda … very small yay.
Golf clap to one-season wonder Miles Mikolas who improved to 11-2 with six innings of one-run ball. He gave up five hits, walking two and striking out six.
Ryan Brassiere picked up his 12th save with a scoreless 9th against the blundering Bandicoots.
Game #3: Putz-like starting pitching continues for Bethesda and this time we head to the Far East’s Hyun-Jin Ryu who coughed up five runs in four stomach-wrenching innings in an 8-4 ass-whooping by Tempe.
Ryu’s first loss of the season was helped along by some sketchy defence by Jeff McNeil’s whose screwed up double play relay resulted in two unearned runs scoring in the 3rd inning.
Ozzie Albies (12), JD Martinez (33), and Michael Brantley (15) all homered for Tempe with Albies and Martinez doing the damage off Ryu while Brantley made Jonathan Holder his bitch with a three-run pinch hit shot in the 6th.
Anthony Rendon homered (#11) and doubled to drive in three of Bethesda’s runs.
Jhoulys Chacin (8-0) got the win although was kinda shaky himself. He gave up four runs on six hits and two walks in five innings.
Game #4: Putzlike starting pitching finally came to an unlikely end with Alex Cobb on the mound but the Tempe pitching staff was stingy as hell and limited the Bandicoots offense to just three hits in a Tempers’ 3-2 win.
Tempe had only five hits themselves with no single player with more than one hit and only Xander Bogaerts had an extra base hit with a double in the only inning they scored – the 3rd. Wade Miley’s deep flyball out in the 3rd also accounted for a run as it was deep enough to bring in Marecell Ozuna from 3rd. Evan Gattis and Ozuna got the other RBIs.
Uninspiring Wade Miley (1-0) gave up two runs on three hits and four walks in five innings for the win with Jared Hughes picking up his 3rd save of the year with two innings of relief in which he struck out four.
Game #5: My apologies to Chris but Bethesda won 6-4.
Game #6: Apologies withdrawn as the Bandicoots had the shit kicked out of them 7-0.
Correction, Blue Jays reliever Ryan Tepera had the shit kicked out of him with four runs allowed in 1-1/3 innings in a Tempe 3-run 6th and two-run 7th.
Marcell Ozuna was the big kahuna on the day with his 10th homer of the year and four RBIs. Ass-pick JD Martinez (why don’t more guys throw at this guy’s head … oh yeah cuz pitchers these days are pussies) clubbed two homers and drove in the other three Tempe runs.
Corey Kluber (11-5) got the win with seven shutout innings which is OK cuz I actually like this guy which makes me wonder why he is on this team. Oh well.
Tyson Ross fell to 8-8 despite just giving up two runs and two hits over five innings.
Game #7: No game played which is a shame as I was having so much fun watching my team get its head kicked in.
Series Summary: Blechhhhhhh. A good step towards the draft lottery though.

Harsens Island  Walleye @ Triple Creek  Patriots

Series Preview: The Walleye (26-57) swim via Triple Creeks to take on the Patriots (43-41) .
Game #1: Harsen’s couldn’t get hits at the right time stranding 12 whereas the Patriots keyed up often. Piscotty and Marwin G each collect 3 RBI and even starter Newcomb got in on the action driving in 2. The Walleye outhit but fall short in the run column.


W – Newcomb (7-3)
L – Severino (7-6)

Game #2: Tied 2-2 heading into the bottom of 8 and Triple Creek busted the dam for 3. Once again Harsens collects more safeties but W’s dig runs more. Arenado went deep for HIW and Daniel Robertson delivered a big a 2-run job in the 8th off Rappin’ Rodney.


W – Jennings (3-3)
L – Rodney (2-4)
S – Soria (11)

Game #3: Arenado puts HIW on his back and brings the first W for Harsens with a 2-4 (2 HRs) 3 RBI day. Urena allowed just 2 over 6.1 and the bullpen was on lockdown.


W – Urena (5-9)
L – Gausman (4-4)
S – Anderson (2)

Game #4: What!? Both starters tossed 9 inning shutouts!! Yessir. Gio Gonzalez (4 hits) and Nick Tropeano (2 hitS) were nails all day. Soria was the goat but was also shived by a Gurriel throwing error in the 11th.


W – Springs (2-1)
L – Soria (4-5)
S – Rodney (12)

Game #5: Shane Bieber makes it back-to-back 8 inning shutouts for Triple Creek as he allows just 4 hits while striking out 9. Benintendi (3-4 w/ 2 doubles), Marwin G (2-4 2 RBI), Jonathan Villar (2-4 1 RBI) and Kelby Tomlinson (2-4 w/ triple) led the balanced Patriot attack. Bettis was solid but over shadowed today.


W – Bieber (6-3)
L – Bettis (4-7)

Game #6: Triple Creek was in control late 5-2 until Davidson took Jennings deep for a 2-run jack in the 9th. Jennings was able to right the ship and collect the save. Rodney shived Severino in the 7th or things might have worked out differently.


W – Soria (5-5)
L – Rodney (2-5)
S – Jennings (2)

Series Summary: Triple Creek takes the series 3-2 and are not one bit sad to see Arenado (9-20 w/ 3 doubles and 3 HRs) swim back upstream.

Rosemere  Renegades @ Jersey  Nor’easters

Series Preview: The Nor’easters hit the 500 make last week, can they get above it this week?
Series Summary: Yes they can! Jersey takes the series 4-2 and moves 2 games above 500 and only 2 games off the Division lead. The difference between going 3-3 as opposed to 4-2 in this series was a 12th inning grand slam homer by light hitting catcher Nick Ciuffo in the final game of the series.

Hollywood Werewolves @ Virginia Sluggers

Series Preview: Hollywood comes to Virginia hoping to gain ground on Division leader Southbend.
Game #1: HOL 10-7

Hollywood used a 6-run 4th to get in front of Virginia and they stayed there. Christian Yelich crushed a 3-run homer in that 6-run uprising and Matt Chapman added a 2-run double. Virginia tried to get back in the game on a George Springer grand slam but Hollywoods bullpen put a stop to that and Richard Rodriguez notched his 15th save.

Game #2: VIR 2-0

Clayton Kershaw and Luis Castillo hooked up in a pitcher’s duel. Surprise! Kershaw did not win. Castillo threw a CG 1-hit shutout to give the win to Virginia. Of course it helped that Castillo got a run scoring double from Whit Merrifield and a SF from Jean Segura.

Game #3: HOL 5-3

Light hitting Noel Cuevas blasted a 8th inning 2-run homer to give David Price his 6th win and Richard Rodriguez picked up save number 16. The game had been tied 2-2 thanks to Hollywood’s Ketal Marte’s 2-RBI triple and Virginia’s Rafael Devers’ 2-run homer. But Hollywood’s 3-run 8th made the difference and put HOL up 2-1 in the series.

Game #4: VIR 5-2

Virginia evened the series up at 2 all by scratching out 5 runs on 7 hits. Louis Brinson led the Sluggers with 2 hits in 4 at bats while driving in 2 runs. 1 Werewolves’ batter and 2 Sluggers’ batters were beaned in the contest. Benches emptied but no punches were thrown. Hollywood’s Hector Velazquez was ejected after hitting his 2nd batter.

Game #5: HOL 13-9

Hollywood muscled up 17 hits to pound Virginia. Paul Goldschmidt was 3-5 with a longball and 6 RBI and Ketal Marte was 4-5 with 4 runs scored and 3 RBI. Matt Olson chipped in with a 3-run Homer.

Game #6: HOL 7-6

Tied at 4-all in the 7th, Hollywood scored 3 runs to grab a 7-4 lead and then held on to get the victory and a 4-2 series win. The decisive blow came from a solo blast from Christain Vazquez. Once Hollywood had the lead, the bullpen faced 10 batters with only one of them reaching base and that was on a walk.

Series Summary: Hollywood does what Hollywood does,…they win the series 4-2.

Southwest Detroit  Fighting Chihuahuas @ Mesa  Solar Sox

Series Preview: Mesa stalking first place in the division while Southwest Detroit is mired inlast place, stalking the #1 draft pick in 2020.
Game #1: Mondesi and Marisnick go deep I support of James Paxton, who wins his 11th. Mesa wins 6-2 despite Joey Ricards homer for SW Detroit.
Game #2: Preston Tucker homers for Detroit to give them the lead but Lopez gives up back to back to back homers in the bottom of the 5th (Grichuk, Tellez, Anderson) and Mesa takes game 2, 4-2.
Game #3: Beanballs were plunking players right and left (Yan Gomes out for 12 games, Colin Moran out for 4, both hit in the head). Detroit built a 5-4 lead with Dansby Swanson driving in 3 with a double and a homer. However, closer Corbin Burnes gives up a double to Mazara and a walk off homer to Jake Mariznick! Mesa 6-5.
Game #4: Mesa, now rolling, gets a 6-1 win behind Trevor Bauer and homers from Rosario and Tellez.
Game #5: Miguel Andujar homers for SW Detroit for the second game in a row, but Mesa counters with long balls from Eugenio Suarez, Jesus Aguilar, and Taylor Ward. Heaney goes to 11-3 with a 6-2 win.
Game #6: The Chihuahuas get a three run homer from Healey, but as quick as SW Detroit scored, Eugenio Suarez answered. He hit 3 homers and drove in 5. The 6-6 game was won in the bottom of the 9th when Rosario doubled home Marisnick for another game winner.
Series Summary: Suarez hit 4 homers and drove in 8 as Mesa sweeps SW Detroit

Coconut Creek  Crushers @ Motor City  Muscle

Series Preview: CCC @ MCM for a 6 game series. Quick rematch of these two teams on a home-and-home.
Game #1: CCC 5 – MCM 4

WP: Gomber
LP: J. Wilson
SV: Snell

HR: CCC–Palka, Refsnyder, Betts
CCC takes game one on the strength of the long ball. Daniel Palka was the star for CCC, with three hits, two runs scored, and a HR. Mike Trout and Nick Castellanos collided on a play and MCM lost Trout for 5 days.

Game #2: MCM 4 – CCC 0

WP: de Grom
LP: Godley

HR: MCM–Granderson

Jacob de Grom dominated over eight innings, striking out 12 while allowing only two hits.

Game #3: MCM 3 – CCC 2

WP: Verlander
LP: Gomber
SV: W. Davis

HR: CCC–Nimmo; MCM–A. Garcia, S. Perez

Homers by Sal Perez and Avisail Garcia backed a solid outing from Justin Verlander.

Game #4: CCC 8 – MCM 3

WP: Snell
LP: Z. Davies
SV: Chargois

HR: CCC–Betts (2), C. Hernandez; MCM–C. Villanueva

Mookie Betts’ two home runs paced the CCC attack.

Game #5: MCM 4 – CCC 3 (11 inn.)

WP: Nuno
LP: Stratton

HR: CCC–Betts; MCM–Castellanos, J. Hicks

MCM had to rally late to tie it on a Nick Castellanos two-run HR to send it to extra innings, where Jeimer Candelario won it with a walk-off 11th-inning single. Mike Leake was very effective, striking out 13 in nine innings of work.

Game #6: MCM 7 – CCC 5

WP: Vizcaino
LP: Giles

HR: CCC–C. Hernandez, Barreto; MCM–Candelario

Another close game decided late. Howie Kendrick had a four-hit day, while Nick Castellanos and Jeimer Candelario had two RBI apiece

Series Summary: MCM takes the series 4 games to 2

For CCC, Mookie Betts hit four of their 12 HRs. Cesar Hernandez had two.

Blake Snell got both CCC wins, one in relief.

Detroit  Crime @ Dallas  Cougars

Game #1: Justin Smoak breaks open a close game with two outs in the 5th for Dallas by hitting a two run homer, his 17th of the year.
Dallas hangs on to win 5 to 3
Game #2: Crime jumped ahead 5-0 halfway though the 4th inning behind a Ben Zoberist two RBI double, a two RBI single by Martin Maldonado, and a solo home run by Manny Machado. Kyle Schwarber hits a 2 run blast in the 7th for the icing on the cake.
Detroit wins 7 to 2
Game #3: Brandon Belt hits two home runs and drives in 5 for Detroit.
Detroit win 6 to 2.
Game #4: The Crime got a couple runs the hard way by a failed double play opportunity and a sac fly to break a 3-3 tie in the 6th.
Detroit hangs on to win 6 to 4
Game #5: Dallas Keuchel gave up 4 unearned runs, but was still able to even his record at 8-8 as Blake Swihart broke open a close game by doubling home two in the 5th. Swihart went 3 for 4 in the game with two doubles, but still ends the day hitting only .159.
Dallas win 8 to 5
Game #6: Manny Machado hits a two run homer to help Detroit break away from the Cougars.
Detroit takes the finale 6 to 3
Series Summary: Detroit wins 4 in Dallas.

Manhattan  Project @ Yonge Street  Stalkers

Series Preview: Manhattan visits Yonge Street, both teams still fighting. MAN took the pre-All Star series 4 games to 2. Lets play 6 more.
Game #1: Adam Frazier, Aaron Hicks and Eric Thames all homered in the first to put YSS up 4-0. MAN chipped away but YSS scored a timely run to extend the lead before Eric Thames swatted a solo shot in the 8th to provide the difference. YSS 6 – MAN 5
Game #2: Jace Peterson (MAN) opened up the scoring with a 3 run HR in the 3rd. Nelson Cruz and Gorkys Hernandez added HRs in the 4th and 5th and that was enough. MAN 5 – YSS 3
Game #3: The Project swatted 17 hits including 6 doubles and a homer but were kinda pummelled. The home team managed just 4 extra base hits, but those were among 16 hits of their own to go along with 6 walks. Jose Iglesias (MAN) injured 5 days. YSS 10 – MAN 5
Game #4: Manhattan followed up their 17 hit attack with 16 more in gm 4 including 7 XBH. Once again it wasn’t enough. The Stalkers only had a double and a triple, but the 10 singles lifted them to victory. YSS 11 – MAN 8
Game #5: A nice pitchers duel between T. Richards (Trevor?) and Yonny Chirinos. The game was tied at 1 until a Mitch Haniger solo shot in the 7th gave MAN a 2-1 lead. YSS tied it up in the btm of the 9th. A Gorkys Hernandez solo HR in the 10th was the quick killer. MAN 3 – YSS 2
Game #6: Aaron Hicks and Joc Pederson drove home 4 each, Jason Heyward and Mike Zunino each plated a pair. A couple others contributed as well. You get the picture. YSS 15 – MAN 5
Series Summary: Yonge Street returned the favor and took the rematch series by the same 4-2 result. Manhattan will take their surprisingly tired squad to Southbend, while YSS jumps on the road to visit Mesa.

Pittsburgh  Lumber Company @ Sacramento  Capitals

Series Summary: Sacramento takes 5 of 6 from PIT, but 4 wins were of the very close 1-run variety. It was much closer than the split suggests.

Fremont  Cannons @ Tijuana  Bottle Rockets

Series Preview: Fremont visits Tijuana for 6.
Series Summary: Fremont takes the series 4-2.

Portland  Lumber Jax @ Columbus  Explorers

Series Preview: Portland travels East to Columbus for the opening series after the All-Star Break. Columbus just spent a fortune to fix their bullpen for the remainder of the year and hopes it will pay some dividends – Jose LeClerc looks like he can be stout down the stretch,,,,
Game #1: Jose LeClerc wasn’t needed but did get some action to work off the rust. Matt Shoemaker (W 5-4)pitched a lot longer than expected because he took a no-hitter into the 8th before giving up 2 – one a solo homer to Carlos Gomez (4). But that was too little, too late for Portland as the Explorers scored 3 in the first on a Matt Carpenter blast (10). And they added 3 more along the way for a 6-1 win. Antonio Senzatela got the start and the loss (0-2).
Game #2: Portland pounds out 10 hits off Yacabonis (9 hits, L 2-2) and company, but the only scoring they had came in a 3 run 4th with Freddy Galvis, Jeff Mathis and Kyle Freeland each getting rbi singles. However, the 3 runs were enough as Freeland (W 11-4) goes 7 giving up 2 hits and 2 runs – homers to Charlie Blackmon (13) and Paul DeJong (14). However, DeJong also is involved in a collision and will miss the next 6 days! T.J. McFarland pitches the 9th, gives up a hit, but gets the save (11). Lumber Jax win 3-2.
Game #3: Explorers get another 3 run 1st and again parlay that into a big win, 7-2. Shin-Soo Choo homers (10) and gets 3 hits and 2 rbis. Ryan Zimmerman and Asdrubal Cabrera also get 2 rbis each. Carlos Gomez gets HBP and will miss 7 days. Wade LeBlanc goes 7 giving up 1 hit ans 1 run and gets the win (6-7). Ross Stripling (3-5) starts and takes the loss.
Game #4: 4 extra innings were needed to decide this one. Columbus got 2 in the 2nd – Tyler Flowers homer (8). Evan Longoria doubles in 2 in the 6th to tie. Starters German Marquez and Julio Teheran pitch well, but can’t get enough support. Lumber Jax then take the lead in the 8th. C.J. Cron walks with 1 out, steals 2nd. Goes to 3rd on a Michael Conforto bloop. Longoria steps in and flies out to Enrigue Hernandez, except that it pops out of his glove allowing Cron to score. Dee Gordon then ties it up in the 9th with his 3rd homer of the year!
Fast forward to the 13th, Victor Reyes up and he leads off with a sinlge. He then steals 2nd. And Dee Gordon then follows with what would have been an extra base hit, but Reyes scores (winning run) and Gordon settles for a single (a walk-off rbi single and his 2nd rbi of the game). Drew Steckenrider wins (2-1) in relief, Brad Peacock takes the loss (1-1).
Game #5: Tyler Mahle (W 1-2) goes 7 strong innings giving up 4 hits and a run. T.J. McFarland whiffs 2 in a perfect 9th for the save (12) and Portland eeks out a 2-1 win – all thanks to a Jose A. Martinez homer (16) in the 5th. Jordan Lyles again pitches well but doesn’t get enough help (4-4).
Game #6: Series finale goes 10 innings and the Explorers again come through in the free baseball land. And they do it by scoring runs in the 7th and 9th to come back from a 4-2 deficit and then winner in the 10th. Portland, trailing 1-0 in the 4th, explodes for 4 runs – Hernan Perez hits the biggest contributor, a 2 run double. But that was all the Lumber Jax could get (in spite of 14 hits). The 7th inning run for Columbus was a Charlie Blackmon homer (14). The 9th inning run came after Victor Reyes comes in to PR and steal a base, moves to 3rd on a ground out and scores a Dee Gordon SF. Winning run comes in the 11th when Enrique Hernandes reaches a Ross Stripling (L 3-6) throwing error. He’s bunted to 2nd. Spencer Kieboom singles, but only moves Hernandez to 3rd. Dee Gordon then hits another extra base hit that amounts to a walk-off single. Columbus wins 5-4. WP Jose LeClerc (2-1)!
Series Summary: Explorers win 4 of 6 but took lots of innings for 2 of those wins. Jose LeClerc contributes in 1st week with Columbus. Explorers stay home to host Triple Creek. Portland goes home to host Long Beach.

Chicago  Mobsters @ Southbend  Lynx

Series Preview: Chicago still hoping for a wild card slot travels to Southbend, looking for thier first Division crown, for a 6 game series.
Game #1: CHI jumps out early in the T1 when McCutchen hits a solo-HR, Freeman 2bs, and Goodrum hits an rbi-1b. The SBL strike right back in the B1 when Altuve bbs, Lowrie H&R 1b, and Muncy hits a 3-run HR. CHI Goodrum ties it with a solo-HR in the T4. In the B7 SBL Lowrie bbs with 2 outs, Betances is brought in, and Muncy promptly hits a 2-run HR. Moronta pitches a scoreless 8th, followed by Osuna with a scoreless 9th. Folty picks up win #12 and Osuna has Save #23.
SBL 5, CHI 3
Game #2: This game is all CHI McCullers as he tosses the CG shutout. McCullers spreads out 6 hits and 3 walks while fanning 8. He had 1 bases loaded jamb in the B4 but fanned Maxwell to end the inning. CHI got their 1st run in the T3 when Simmons 1bs, McCutchen 1bs, and Freeman has an rbi-1b. Freeman would add a 2-run HR in the 5th to go along with his 4-4 day. McCullers goes to 9-1 with the win.
CHI 4, SBL 0
Game #3: CHI gets out early again in the T1 when Bregman 2bs and Freeman stays hot with an rbi-1b. SBL tie it in the B3 when Altuve 1bs and Lowrie’s H&R rbi-2b. SBL open the game up in the B6 when Trumbo 1bs, Duda 1bs, Joyce bbs, and Cozart rips a 2-run 2b. SBL gets 2 more in the inning, 1 scoring off a L.Martin error on an Altuve fly ball. CHI gets back in the game in the T7 when Freeman bbs, Goodrum 2bs, Herrera rbi-groundout, and a Hamilton rbi-1b. In the B8 SBL Cozart 3bs, R.Martin rbi-1b, and an Altuve rbi-2b. CHI would put two runners on in the 9th but Familia and Osuna would close the door. Holland gets his 6th win and Osuna Save #24.
SBL 7, CHI 3
Game #4: The SBL finally score 1st in the B1 when Altuve 2bs and 2 outs later Escobar hits a 2-run HR. In the B5 Maxwell 1bs, and again, 2outs later, Muncy hits a 2-run HR for a 4-0 SBL lead. In the B7 Altuve bbs and Lowrie hits an rbi-2b but is pegged out at 3rd when Freeman cut the ball off. On the mound SBL F.Peralta pitches 5.1 innings giving up 3 hits and 6 walks, but manages to keep CHI off the scoreboard. The SBL bullpen takes over and is solid until the T8 when M.Barnes bbs McCutchen and Bregman, L.Martin then 1bs to LF where Muncy throw the ball away allowing 2 runs to score. Barnhart follows with a 2-out rbi-2b. SBL Moronta and Osuna close out the T9 for the SBL win. Perlata goes to 6-2 and Osuna picks up Save#25.
SBL 5, CHI 3
Game #5: CHI out early in the T1 again when with 2 out Bregman 1bs and Freeman hits a 2-run HR. In the B2 SBL Canha 1bs, Cozart rbi-2b and is safe at 3rd on the cutoff play, Joyce rbi-1b to tie the game. In the T5 CHI Hamilton 3bs, McCutchen rbi-groundout, Bregman bbs, and Freeman hits a 2-run HR. SBL stays close with a Duda solo-HR in the B6. In the T8 Goodrum hits a solo-HR to make it 6-3 CHI. In the B9 CHI calls on Chapman to close out the game. Cozart greets him with a solo-HR. Champman gets the next two hitters before walking Forsythe, Lowrie hits a grounder to Simmons that Freeman then drops the throw to put runners at 1st and 3rd. But Chapman bears down and fans potential MVP Escobar to end the game. Syndergaard with the win goes to 9-4 and Chapman picks up Save#18.
CHI 6, SBL 4
Game #6: All the runs in this game would come in the 6th inning. In the T6 CHI McCutchen reaches on Cozart’s error, steals 2nd, and then scores when Cozart makes a bad throw on Bregman’s grounder. In the B6 SBL with 2 out Lowrie 1bs, Muncy bbs, Escobar rbi-1b, CHI A.Miller is brought in, and M.Williams rips a 2-rbi 2b. Canha is then IW and Jackson follows with a 2-rbi 2b. Foltynewicz is strong this time giving up only 2 hits in 7IP, walking none and fanning 7 while giving up only the lone unearned run. Folty goes to 13-4 on the season.
SBL 5, CHI 1
Series Summary: Good series, several fun games. Freeman and Goodrum star for CHI while Muncy and Cozart shine for SBL.

SBL win the series 4-2.

Corktown  Cycle @ Valdosta  Snappers

Series Preview: Corktown pays a visit to Valdosta to take on the Snappers.
Series Summary: The Cycle takes 4 of 6 in a fairly close series.

WEDNESDAY 07/29/2020
AT 11:00 PM - ET!