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MORALES,Kendrys DET  AL .588 1.353 5 17 10 1 0 4 6 14 3 1 0 0 0 0
CORBIN,Patrick DAL  AL 2 2 0 0 1.15 15 3 2 10 18 3 0 1 0 0 1
HOSKINS,Rhys SEL  NL .524 .952 6 21 11 3 0 2 6 9 4 4 0 1 0 0
SCHERZER,Max SAC  NL 3 2 0 0 0.00 12 0 0 1 17 1 0 0 0 0 0

Harsens Island  Walleye @ Long Beach  Dirt Bags

Series Summary: Long Beach takes 5 of 6 but needs Pittsburgh to sweep Bethesda to tie for the final Wild Card spot.

Jersey  Nor’easters @ Corktown  Cycle

Series Summary: The season ends for both clubs, but Jersey goes out on top winning the last 5 games and taking the series 5-1

Portland  Lumber Jax @ Triple Creek  Patriots

Series Preview: Season ending series with two middling squads.
Game #1: 14 innings to tire out the pens early. Teams combine for 29 hits and Portland Jose Martinez goes a cool 5-7 w/ 2 doubles.

Jax 6 Pats 5

W -Clippard (1-3)
L – Montas (2-7)
S – Ramos (2)

Game #2: The Jax score early and often opening up a 5 run cushion through 4. Triple Creek would never threaten. Cron and Conforto each go 3-5 and homers by Gomez and Pillar lead the Jax attack.

Jax 8 Pats 2

W – Stripling (7-10)
L – Nix (5-6)

Game #3: Newcomb outduels Buehler as Sean whiffs 14! It was 1-1 heading into the bottom of the 8th when Marwin Gonzalez juiced a 2-run bomb for the W.

Jax 1 Pats 3

W – Newcomb (12-6)
L – Buehler (9-10)

Game #4: Jack Flaherty allows 2 hits and no runs over 6 full. Freeland mucks up the shutout but McFar(g)land locks down the W. Bautista with a solo shot in the 9th was the difference.

Jax 2 Pats 1

W – Freeland (16-7)
L – Bieber (9-6)
S – McFar(g)land 21

Game #5: Back and forth battle decided by a single run. Portland scored single runs in the 6th and 7th to tie it up but Triple Creek scratches one out in the 8th to steal the win. Bellinger drills numbers 36 and 37 and drives in 3 of 4 Pats.

Jax 3 Pats 4

W – Soria (6-8)
L – Hardy (6-4)

Game #6: Tit-for-tat as Portland exercises revenge for game 5 with a 4-3 win. Arroyo’s RBI triple in the 8th came up huge.

Jax 4 Pats 3

W – Eflin (6-5)
L – Wood (8-9)
S – McFar(g)land 22

Series Summary: Portland takes 4 of 6 in a series that featured a 14-inning game and 4 1-run games.

Southwest Detroit  Fighting Chihuahuas @ Dallas  Cougars

Series Summary: Dallas ends the 2019 season on a positive note winning 5 of 6 against Southwest Detroit.
Patrick Corbin wins two games to remain a cy young contender. Corbin finishes the season 22-5 2.30 with 277 strikeouts and 6 CG’S.
Other notables for Dallas:
Justin Smoak reaches 25 homers.
Jose Abreu gets to 45 doubles.
A.J. Pollock finishes 2019 with 8 triples and 25 homers.

Detroit  Crime @ Tijuana  Bottle Rockets

Series Summary: Detroit wins the final series this season over Tijuana 4- 2.

Columbus  Explorers @ Selkirk  Steelers

Series Preview: Columbus is a 100 win looking to coast int he post season Selkirk is looking for the kids to finish strong and get a respectable record avoiding 90 losses.
Game #1: Selkirk rookie of the year hopeful pitcher Keller was great again allowing 1 in 7.1 innings winning his 16th vs 5 losses. Profar homered and drove in 4 as Selkirk won 8-1.
Game #2: Desmond hit a 3 RUN homer of Gibson(14-10) but it wasn’t enough as Profar homers in the 4-3 Selkirk win.
Game #3: Zimmerman was a monster as homering and driving in 5 as Freids first MWBL start was an ugly 9 runs allowed. Columbus 12 Selkirk 4 Happ wins his 20th vs 3 losses!
Game #4: Blackmon and Choo homer of Turnbull (7-10) but not enough as Selkirk wins 5-4.
Game #5: Rhys Hoskins hits his 29th and drove in 5 as Selkirk wins 9-5 as Shields wins his 10th vs 14 losses.
Game #6: Keller finishes strong finishing 17-5 2.55 and Hoskins hits his 30th in the 4-2 Selkirk win.
Series Summary: Selkirk made the fans happy winning 5-1 although the strong finish hurts on draft day. Pitcher of the week Keller 2-0 3 runs in 15.2 innings.
Batter of the week Hoskins 11 for 21 with 9 rbis and 2 homers.
Good luck to Columbus in the playoffs.

Manhattan  Project @ Virginia  Sluggers

Series Preview: A very injured, bushed, and tired Manhatten visits a Virginia team coming off a 4-2 series win over front-running Southbend,…and dashes any hopes of Virginia making the wildcard playoff.
Game #1: VIR 8-7 W-Jace Fry (2-0) L-Brett Anderson (8-6)

MAN takes a quick 4-0 lead on the back of a Brian Goodwin 3-run homer in the 1st. VIR pulled to within 1 run on a 2-run homer from Brian Anderson that landed just inside the leftfield foul pole in the 5th. Each team got a single run in the 6th and 2 in the 7th. Going into the bottom of the 9th MAN held a 7-6 lead. After George Springer grounded out, VIR sent up Jose Rondon to PH for Joe Castro, “J. RONDON facing S. OBERG, B 9th, 1 Out, Bases Empty, Behind 6-7… The offering from OBERG … and a long one … into left field … GOODWIN looks up … adios!… good-bye! … arrividerci! … Jose ties it up! … Jose trots around the bases… he loves a trip downtown …” With the game tied at 7 all it reached the bottom of the 11th. Anthony Rizzo singled to right center and George Springer lined a single to left putting runners at 1st and 2nd. The runners moved up on a WP and Brian Anderson struck out for the first out of the inning. Upped stepped Rafael Devers. “They’re pulled in around the infield … RIZZO off third … the pitch… lined shot to right toward the line … HANIGER got a good jump … he’s back… it’s over his head … he doesn’t even bother … it’s all over! … RIZZO scores
PROJECT 7, SLUGGERS 8 And VIR pulls off the comeback win.

Game #2: MAN 6-3 W-Andrew Suarez (6-6) L-Trevor Williams (14-11) SV-T.Bashlor (6)

One bad inning did it to VIR. MAN scored 5 runs in the 3rd and VIR just couldn’t catch up. Tyler Whit gave MAN all the runs they would need with one swing, ” T. WHITE facing T. WILLIAMS, T 3rd, 1 Out, Bases Loaded, Tied 0-0… Infield back at double play depth … now WILLIAMS pitches… and he tags this one right on the button … deep to straightaway center… that could be trouble … SPRINGER racing back … big trouble … that ball is gone!
a grand salami … and they’re going to have quite a party at home plate…
WHITE will circle the bases … and he’s sure taking his time … WILLIAMS hung one
and WHITE made him pay … WILLIAMS does some landscaping on the mound
PROJECT 4, SLUGGERS 0″ Jackie Bradley hit a 2-run shot for VIR but they couldn’t overcome that grandslam.

Game #3: VIR 15-8 W-Chris Archer (12-7) Jose Quintana (8-10)

VIR exloded for 14 hits to score 15 runs in an easy win. George Springer hit a 3-run shot for VIR and Jose Rondon added a solo blast. Jean Segura also added 3 RBI in the winning cause. Nelson Cruz and Hanley Ramirez went yard for MAN.

Game #4: MAN 4-1 W-Masahiro Tanaka (12-9) L-Trevor Cahill (5-6) SV-Scott Oberg (13)

This game was Tyler White’s. He only had 2 hits in 5 at bats,…but they both cleared the wll and brought in 3 RBI for MAN. White gave MAN their first run with a solo blast in the 3rd and MAN added another run in the 4th for a 2-0 lead. then in the top of the 9th, “the pitch … WHITE swings… he hits it well toward SPRINGER … it’ll be out of here … way out of here! … a two-run shot… PROJECT 4, SLUGGERS 0” VIR got on the board in the bottom of the 9th on Carlos Santana’s 22nd homer of the year, but it wasn’t enough as MAN tied the series up at 2 all.

Game #5: MAN 8-7 W-Trevor Richards (17-8) L-Adam Plutko (4-8) SV-Scott Oberg (14)

Mitch Haniger and Hanley Ramirez combined for 7 hit in 9 at bats with 4 RBI in leading MAN to the win. Brian Goodwin, Nelson Cruz, Haniger, and J.Fernandez, all left the yard as MAN hitters pounded 16 hits with 8 of them going for extra bases. And even though VIR got to within 1 in 8th, Scott Oberg pitched a perfect 9th for the save and giving MAN a 3-2 series lead

Game #6: MAN 3-1 W-S.Alexander (5-4) L-Heath Fillmyer (6-8) SV-Scott Oberg (15)

Well, when it’s going your way, it’s going your way. Neither team could do much of anything (other than make outs) for the first 8 innings. After a Mitch Haniger walk to lead off the top of the 9th, MAN decided to PH for Hanley Ramirez and sent Je Man Choi to the plate. “J. CHOI facing H. FILLMYER, T 9th, No Outs, Runner on 1st, Tied 1-1… Firstbaseman RIZZO’s on the bag … the pitch … towering fly ball … back goes ANDERSON… never mind … it’s out of here … nothing cheap about that one … two-run shot for CHOI… he seems to like base runners … CHOI will touch them all … and he’s sure taking his time…he’s greeted at the plate…PROJECT 3, SLUGGERS 1” That was all MAN needed as Oberg came in to get his 3rd consecutive save and keep MAN’s hopes for a playoff spot alive.

Series Summary: The hopes of one team ends and the hopes of another remains as MAN takes the series 4-2 and does some scoreboard watching with the hope of continuing their season past 162 games. VIR finishes above .500 for the season and looks to improve next season.

Motor City  Muscle @ Fremont  Cannons

Series Preview: Motor City @ Fremont for 6 games to finish the regular season
Game #1: MCM 9 – FRE 3

WP: de Grom
LP: Duffy

HR: MCM–D. Fowler (2), Wallach

MCM loses Salvador Perez for 15 days. His replacement, Chad Wallach, hits a HR. Dustin Fowler, in for Mike Trout, goes 4-5 with five RBI, three runs scored, and two HRs.

Game #2: MCM 8 – FRE 2

WP: Verlander
LP: J. Vargas

HR: MCM–Granderson, Hicks; FRE–T. Shaw

Justin Verlander wins his 20th with six innings of one-hit, shutout ball. MCM’s John Hicks went 4-5 with a HR, two runs scored, and two RBI.

Game #3: MCM 8 – FRE 3

WP: K. Hendricks
LP: Duffy

HR: MCM–Castellanos, Hicks, Ahmed; FRE–Kepler

MCM’s John Hicks has another big game, going 3-4 with two runs scored, two RBI, and another HR. Fremont’s Danny Duffy came back on short rest to take another loss.

Game #4: MCM 2 – FRE 1

WP: F. Pena
LP: S. Romano
SV: W. Davis

HR: MCM–Castellanos; FRE–Baez

Felix Pena pitched well over 7.1 innings, striking out nine with only three hits and one walk. Castellanos’s second HR in two days was the difference-maker.

Game #5: MCM 6 – FRE 1

WP: Z. Davies (CG)
LP: D. Norris

HR: MCM–A. Garcia

FRE’s Daniel Norris struck out 15 in 6.2 IP, but the MCM hitters who made contact made it count, including Avisail Garcia, who went 3-5 with two RBI and a HR, and Billy Hamilton, who went 4-5.

Game #6: MCM 8 – FRE 4

WP: Leake
LP: Jordan Hicks

HR: MCM–Arcia, A. Garcia; FRE–Ohtani, Kepler

MCM offense reigned again, led by Dustin Fowler (4-4, two doubles, two runs) and Billy Hamilton (2-3, two runs, two RBI). MCM loses utility player Howie Kendirck for 25 games.

Series Summary: MCM sweeps the 6 game series
Injuries: MCM–Sal Perez (15 days) Game 1; Howie Kendrick (25 days) Game 6
MCM outhomered FRE 12-5, and outscored them 33-11
Multi-HR players: MCM–Dustin Fowler (2), Nik Castellanos (2), Avisail Garcia (2), John Hicks (2); FRE–Max Kepler (2)
MCM’s Justin Verlander won his 20th game
FRE’s Daniel Norris struck out 15 in Game 5
Dann Duffy took two losses for FRE

Rosemere  Renegades @ Sacramento  Capitals

Series Summary: Sacramento closes out the MWBL season hosting Rosemere, taking the series 4-2. Scherzer closes out the season with a NO-HITTER!

Bethesda  Bandicoots @ Pittsburgh  Lumber Company

Series Summary: Pittsburgh comes into the series 3 games ahead of Bethesda, and does all they can to hand them the division crown.
When the dust settles… Pittsburgh ins the division by ONE game!

Hollywood  Werewolves @ Southbend  Lynx

Series Summary: Hollywood’s fight for the division title ended in game 1 of the series, losing to a 9th inning RBI that breaks a 2-2 tie. The rest of the series became meaningless, so Hollywood played a lot of backups, getting them into position for their Wild Card match up. Hollywood wins the meaningless series 4-2.
Injuries to Riddle and Cooper were meaningless as well since neither was slated to appear on the post season roster.

Valdosta  Snappers @ Tempe  Tempers

Series Preview: The young Snapper’s squad closes out the season in Tempe. The Temper’s bats look to recover from the prior week’s performance against Pittsburgh.
Series Summary: Tempe out scored Valdosta 45 to 7 and took five of six. The one bright spot for the Snappers’s was a complete game shutout by Tseng for a 1-0 win. Valdosta finishes the season 60 and 102. Tempe ends with identical home and road records and 126 total wins for their sixth best record in the franchise’s 21 year history.

Chicago  Mobsters @ Yonge Street  Stalkers

Series Preview: The Mobsters visit Yonge Street to wind down the season.
Series Summary: Yonge Street came out blazing. Almost like we weren’t mathematically eliminated. The Stalkers whisked their way to wins in game 1, game 2, and game 3. The road weary Mobsters had had enough. The visitors captured the final 3 games to end the year with a fitting split.

Coconut  Creek Crushers @ Mesa  Solar Sox

Series Summary: Mesa wraps up the season by going 5-1 vs. the Crushers. Eugenio Suarez finishes strong with 4 homers.

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