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All games were played by a viewer as we were not able to netplay but Jason figured out how we could both view the games and make all decisions.


Game # 1  Iwakuma  vs  Cueto    


Both Pitchers went the Distance in this one. Iwakuma was touched up with solo Homeruns from Carlos Gomes and Reddick for Sin city. They add 2 more runs and Cueto cruises to a complete game shut 4-0.

Winning pitcher - Cueto     Losing pitcher - Iwakuma


Sin city up 1-0


Game # 2   Cobb  vs  Sanchez


Another fine pitching performance by both starters. Sin City gets a run in the Top of 3rd on a Sacrifice Fly by Ramirez (after a Wild Pitch moved Bruce fron 2nd to 3rd).

The Hounds strike back in the bottom of the 4th.  Goldscmidt singles, folowed by a single by Stanton,  Holliday doubles in a run and the Hounds have 2nd and 3rd with nobody out...but Uribe strikes out and Perez and Reyes can't get it done.... and the score is now tied at 1 - run apiece.  

It remains tied at 1 to 1until the Top of 7th inning.  Buster Posey leads off with a walk and Machado doubles him home to make the score 2-1.  .Hounds go quietly and Sin takes a 2-0 series lead.

Winning pitcher Sanchez 6.2 IP, 1 ER.  Losing pitcher Cobb 6 IP,  2 ER Save - Benoit    No Homeruns

Game # 3   Beckett vs Gio Gonzalez 


For the first time in the series, the Hounds have the lead as they score one run in Top of the 3rd,  only to see Sin City score 4 runs in bottom half of inning.

The Hounds squeeze across a run in the 5th and then a run in the 6th, but that was all they could muster as Gonzalez only lasted 3 innings and Manager Jason Kip went 6 innings with his very strong bull pen. Final Score...  4-3   Sin City looking to wrap things up as they lead the Series  3 -0


Winning pitcher - Doolittle   Losing pitcher - Beckett   Save - Benoit


Note: One of the biggest differences so far in the Series was the DEFENSE.   Sin City has mostly "1's" all over the place and Long Island has Reyes (a 3"), Kipnis ( a "4") and it seemed as if Holliday (a "3") in Leftfield could not make a catch.....while Sin City was making Double Plays.... the Hounds could not field the ball!


Game # 4     Pineda vs Cueto


One of the only games the Hounds can match up with Sin City's starting pitching... and dare I say have an advantage.  Well, finally the bats EXPLODE for The Hounds as we score 6 runs in the bottom of the 1st inning. .Pineda cruises to a line score of 8 innings 3 hits 1 run. Sin City loads the bases in the 9th (as Pineda can only pitch 8 innings sue you usage limits)... but Neshek puts out the fire.

Final score 8-3.  Sin city leads 3 games to 1
~Winning pitcher Pined 1.   Losing pitcher Cueto   

(Cueto was quoted saying "I just did not have it tonight")

Game #5     Iwakuma vs Hernandez

The game is scoreless through 4 innings.In the top of 5th with one out Uribe singles,Followed by a Reyes single then Finally Trout says no doubt about this one as he launches his first HR of the series.Trout actually lead the league during the regular season in avg,runs scored,homeruns,and RBIs.Sin city gets one back in the bottom of the inning on a sacrifice fly by Jay bruce.Machado in the bottom of the 6th grounds out for another run for sin city.Middle infielders long gone for the hounds to bring in the defense but they hit a little bit to as Hicks goes deep in top of ninth and the hounds cruise to a 4-2 win.Papelbon goes final 2 innings for the save.

Getting interesting but Sin city still leads 3 games to 2

Winning pitcher-Iwakuma     Losing pitcher- Hernandez


Game #6   Series moves back to Long Island   Cobb vs Sanchez

Bottom of the 1st, Cabrera leads off with a Double, Trout drawa a Walk,Goldscmidt flies out and Stanton reaches 1st on another Walk. Bases are now loaded with 1 out and Jaso due up. Jason and Sin City take out their starting pitching and bring in a Lefty to face Jaso. The Hounds decide to let Jaso hit so they won't lose him the rest of the game.  He comes through with a Sacrifice Fly.  Goldscmidt hits a "solo shot" in the 3rd. Reyes get a base hit in the 4th to drive home Kipnis.  The Hounds score 2 more runs in the 7th inning. Papelbon pitches the 9th and the Hounds win 5-1 to tie the series 3-3

Winning pitcher Cobb.  5 1/3 innings, 1 hit, 0 runs. Too bad he had Tommy John surgery after this start. Losing pitcher Sanchez as he lasts only 1/3 of an inning.

Game #7  Beckett (in his final start of his career) vs Cueto

In the bottom of the 1st, the Hounds load the bases but can't push a run across. Long Island would do much better in the bottom of the2nd as Kipnis leads off with a Walk, Uribe Singles which is then followed by an RBI Single from Reyes.  Melky Singles home another and the Hounds lead by a score of  2-0.  Beckett is cruising through 5 innings and Long Island pushes another run across in the bottom of the 5th. .Beckett pitches a great  6 1/3 innings giving up 2 hits no runs (regular season Beckett was 14-1... 2.75 ERA in 17 starts) He was quoted as saying "This was the way I wanted to end my career.")

Papelbon and Neshek are perfect for 2 2/3 innings and the Hounds win 3-0... coming back from a 3 game to 0 game deficit to win their 1st Championship in G.U.S.S.O.M.O.


I enjoyed playing Jason in the World Series.... He has a Great Team!  

Winning Pitcher - Beckett  6 1/3 IP, 2 Hits, 0 Runs 

Losing pitcher - Cueto  5 2/3 IP, 10 Hits, 3 Runs


Grand Rapids at Sin City

Sin City wins the series 4 games to 3. Every game was a nail bitter but one including the final game. We tried net play but couldn’t get it to work so Jerry showed me a program called Team Viewer and we were able to play online that way. Felix Herrnandez and Manny Machado were the big players for Sin City in this series.Felix went 2-0 with a .77 ERA and Manny hit .364 with 3 bombs.Steve Pearce was the big hitter for Long Island hitting .304 with 2 HR’s... But the series was pretty much pitching,pitching,pitching as only 29 runs were scored in the 7 games. On to the World Series for Sin City!

Starling City at Long Island

Game 6 -  Keuchel  vs Lohse

Hounds win in bottom of ninth on a 2 run HR from Goldscmidt.  Up 4-2 in ninth, Starling scores 2 runs to tie the game off Neshek.... but "Goldie" wins it in bottom of inning. .Trout also had a 3 run bomb earlier in the game.


Hounds win 4 games to 2  -- Good series!





Busters Battalions come to Terrapin Station to start the 2014 World Series vs. The Chicago Mob

GAME 1:  Clayton Kershaw vs. James Shields

Both pitchers are a bit shaky in the first inning with both letting 2 men on base but no damage is done.  James Shields walks the first 2 batters in the 2nd, but then strikes out the side.  In the Mob 2nd with 1 out, Josh Satin singles and Jacoby Ellsbury walks, bringing up Denard Span.  Span cracks one into the right centerfield gap, making it all the way to 3rd on a bases clearing triple.  Jose Altuve is instructed to lay down a squeeze bunt and he does beautifully with Altuve scoring to make it 3 - 0 Mob.  In the top of the 3rd, Jose Tabata gets a one out walk, steals second and scores on a Adam Jones single, but Chicago gets that run back in the bottom of the 3rd on singles by Jhonny Peralta and Jose Lobaton followed by a Josh Satin double.  Chicago adds to the lead in the 4th when Altuve singles home Span who had walked and went to 2nd on a groundout.  

James Shield had settled in and was having no trouble with Busters since the 7th, but gives up a lead off home run to Aaron Hill to make it a 5 - 2 game.  Manager Fred Turtle summons Tanner Roark.  Roark gets pinch hitter Hank Conger but gives up a single to Adam Jones.  Jones steals 2nd but Roark is able to get the next 2 to end the threat.  Mob closer Grant Balfour comes in to pitch the 9th and with the Mob faithful on their feet, rewards Fred with a 1,2,3 inning and The Mob take game 1. James Shields struck out 11.  

FINAL:  Chicago 5   Busters 2     WP - James Shields   LP - Clayton  Sv - Grant Balfour.

GAME 2:  A.J. Griffin vs. Jovani Gallardo

It's a happy partisan crowd in Chicago, looking for their club to take a 2 - 0 lead in the series.  Buster starter A.J. Griffin has other plans by striking out the first 4 Mob batters and allowing nothing in the first 2 innings.  Gallardo has an easy first 2 innings but runs into trouble in the 3rd.  Alex Avila leads off the inning with a single, followed by a single from Rajai Davis.  Aaron Hill is next, and he laces a single, scoring Avila and sending Davis to 3rd.  Jose Tabata hits a ground ball.  Davis holds 3rd as HIll moves up to 2nd.  In a rare move, manager Fred Turtle decides to intentionally walk Adam Jones, loading the bases for Carlos Santana.  Carlos shows why Fred rarely does this by stroking a single to left.  Davis scores and Trumbo's throw home gets by Salty allowing both Hill and Jones.  David Freese then singles home Santana and it's suddenly 5 - 0 Battalions.  In the bottom of the 3rd, Chicago gets a 2 out walk from Satin followed by a double by Craig Gentry but Griffin pops out Altuve to end the mild threat.  

 Fred lets Gallardo take the mound to start the 4th but again, runs into trouble.  Chad Gaudin is summoned and is able to end the Battalion rally with no runs scoring. Griffin, meanwhile is taking care of business, not allowing anything in the 4th or 5th and a harmless single in the 6th.  Gaudin is doing well to hold Busters but gives up doubles to Jene Segura and Adam Jones in the 7th for a 6 - 0 game.  Busters adds a run in the 9th and A.J. Griffin is able to finish the game.

 FINAL:  Busters 7     Chicago 0    WP - A.J. Griffin     LP - Jovani Gallardo

GAME 3:  Matt Harvey vs. Travis Wood

Chicago hopes to forget their embarrassing loss in game 2 as the series moves to Dogbone Meadows for game 3.  Things get off to a bad start for Chicago, though, when Harvey gives up a lead off single in the 1st to Jene Segura, who promptly steals 2nd.  Ed Lucas then grounds one to Kyle Seager at 3rd, who let's it go through the wickets for a 2 base error and a 1 - 0 Battalion lead.  Back in the dugout after the inning, Fred Turtle has a mini team meeting telling the guys to get their heads out of their butts and start playing some baseball.  The team responds.  Jhonny Peralta gets a 1 out walk and Jose Lobaton singles him to 3rd.  The Josh Satin strikes out but Jacoby Ellsbury and Denard Span single, good for 2 runs and the lead.  In the Mob fourth, again after 1 out, Peralta singles and Lobaton doubles him to 3rd.  Josh Satin this time comes through with a single scoring Peralta and Ellsbury follows with a double scoring Lobaton.   Buster manager Andy Rosenberg has seen enough of Wood and has Greg Holland come in to end the inning with Chicago leading 4 - 1.  

  Matt Harvey has been excellent for Chicago since his first inning jitters but then runs into 5th inning trouble.  A leadoff walk by David Freese is followed one out later by Rajai Davis' single.  Davis steals second.  Freese scores on Segura's ground ball and Harvey fans Aaron Hill to end the inning but it is now 4 - 2.  Buster's rallies again in the 6th.  Hill singles to lead it off, but Adam Jones hits into a DP.  Harvey however has lost it, loading the bases on a hit and 2 walks.  With righty Michael Morse due, Fred goes to the bullpen and summons lefty Brett Oberholtzer.  The first round pick responds by having Morse hit a soft liner to SS to end the inning a preserve the lead.  Oberholtzer pitches a scoreless 7th and Tanner Roark a scoreless 8th.  Chicago picks up an insurance run in the 9th on back to back doubles by Gentry and Altuve.  Grant Balfour is summoned to close and has another 1, 2, 3 inning to give Chicago a 2 - 1 series lead.

FINAL:  Chicago 5   Busters 2    WP - Matt Harvey           LP - Travis Wood         Sv - Grant Balfour.

GAME 4:  James Shields vs. Clayton Kershaw

It's rematch time and a large, boisterous crowd has packed Dogbone Meadows to inspire their team.  Chicago quiets them early when Mark Trumbo sends a Kershaw fastball into the left field seats for a home run (the first one of the series).  Shields holds Buster scoreless the first 2 innings, but gets into trouble in the 3rd.  Segura gets a 1 out single and steals 2nd.  Shields then uncorks a 57 footer that allows Segura to take 3rd.  Shields then composes himself and strikes out Tabata but Hill slaps a groundball past Peralta to tie the game at 1.  Kershaw has been in good form, keeping Chicago off the scoreboard since the 1st.  Shields has also been good, but Busters finally gets to him in the 5th with 4 straight singles to start the inning, good for 2 runs.  Chicago catches a break when Carlos Santana clobbers one, right to Altuve who is able to double off Hill at first for an inning ending DP.  

   In the top of the 7th, Kyle Seager leads off with a walk and Jhonny Peralta bloops a double with Seager holding at 3rd.  Jose Lobaton follows but Kershaw strikes him out.  Josh Satin is due up.  Fred decides to stick with his hot first baseman and is rewarded when Satin hits one off the wall for a 2 run double that ties the game at 3.  Andy Rosenberg has seen enough and sends in Aroldis Chapman to try and stop the Mob uprising.  Chapman walks Ellsbury but then strikes out Span.  Rosenberg then summons Greg Holland to pitch and Fred Turtle counters with Adam Lind.  Holland is careful with Lind and walks him to load the bases for Jose Altuve.  Altuve sends one into the gap in right center but Adam Jones is able to track it down and end the inning.  

Oberholtzer and Roark were able to keep Busters scoreless in their last 2 at bats.  Fred Turtle decides to start the 8th with Anthony Varvaro.  He gives up a lead off single to Santana and Chris Owings sacrifices him to second.  David Freese is next and Fred calls for Chad Gaudin.  Freese grounds out for the 2nd out with Santana taking 3rd.  Fred then decides to intentionally walk Alex Avila to face Rajai Davis.  Andy Rosenberg counters with Matt Davidson.  Davidson delivers a double that scores both runners and returns the 2 run lead to Busters.  Again, the intentional walk bites Chicago.  Greg Holland in his 3rd inning of work pitches a 1, 2, 3 ninth to tie the series.

FINAL:  Busters 5     Chicago 3           WP - Greg Holland           LP - Anthony Varvaro


GAME 5:  Miguel Gonzalez  vs. A.J. Griffin

A big game for both teams.  Both bullpens are gassed.  Chicago hopes to figure out Griffin and goes with Miguel Gonzalez, who did well in the divisional series'.  

Chicago still can't figure out A. J. Griffin as Griffin pitches a perfect first 3 innings.  Fortunately for Chicago, Gonzalez keeps Busters off the board early, although allowing 3 walks and a couple of singles in the process.  Griffin tosses a perfect 4th inning but Gonzalez can't say the same.  Walks to Alex Avila and Ryan Sweeney brings up Rajai Davis who singles to load the bases.   Jean Segura hits a fly to CF, deep enough to score Avila.  Aaron Hill and Carlos Santana single and before the dust clears, it is 3 - 0 Busters.  

  Seth Smith ends Griffin's perfectness leading off the 5th with a solid double, but Griffin gets the next 3.  In the bottom of the inning, after 2 outs, Gonzalez walks the next 2 batters.  Fred Turtle calls for Ernesto Frieri, who gets Davis to end the inning with no damage.  Griffin is perfect again in the 6th.  Frieri can't say the same, allowing 2 runs to score before Brandon Kintzler is summoned to stop the bleeding.  Griffin (take a guess) is perfect in the 7th but shows he is human by walking the lead off batter in the 8th...........  who is promptly erased in a DP.  Busters adds an insurance run in the 8th, like they needed it the way Griffin was pitching.  In the 9th after one out, Griffin walks Ellsbury and hits Craig Gentry with a pitch.  But it's only false hope as he gets both Altuve and Lind to fly out to end the game.  A one hit shutout, allowing only 2 walks a HBP with 6 K's.  

  In 2 games A.J. Griffin has thrown 18 innings, allowing all of 3 hits, 6 walks and 12 strikeouts.  Oh, and no runs allowed.

 FINAL:  Busters 6    Chicago 0    WP - A. J. Griffin    LP - Miguel Gonzalez.

The series had to be stopped at this point and will continue Sunday morning.  Busters Battalions has Chicago on the ropes with a 3 - 2 series lead.  This manager has been down 3 - 2 before and has come back to win and has also been up 3 - 2 and 3 - 1 only to lose the series so it is certainly possible Chicago can pull it out, especially since Griffin is done (though he could relieve if needed).  A big key is that Chicago has not been able to stop Busters running game.  Buster has stolen 12 bases, 7 by Jean Segura, with nary a caught stealing.  Chicago will also have to face Kershaw if there is a game 7.  Even though he has not been that great this series, it is still Clayton Kershaw.  Manager Fred Turtle has not decided on his starting pitcher for game 6.  He has instructed the team to relax.  Only a light workout is scheduled for the off day.    Will send all game files at the series conclusion.


It's been a gas playing the games with Andy over the phone with his dog barking away at seemingly appropriate moments.  See you later.





Hugely exciting face to face, (7) game WS, and 'uphill' win for the Albany Internationals over the Michigan Mad Dogs.

Game 1

Mad Dogs........ 0 0 0  0 5 0  0 0 0  -  5  5  1
Internationals.. 0 0 0 0 0  0 0  0 0 -   0  1  0

Jordan Zimmerman tosses a no-hitter thru 6, and Villenueva finishes the one-hitter for the win. With two outs and one in the 5th, consecutive 2B's by Zobrist and Mauer, and and a BB to Choo is followed by a J Morneau 3-run homer to stun the home crowd who have little to cheer about the rest of the way.

Game 2

Mad Dogs........ 1 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  1  3  0
Internationals.. 0 0 0 0 0  0   0 0 0 -   0 5  0

Brandon Morrow outduels CC Sabathia for the win, and Ogando records a 2 inning save as the Mad Dogs jump out to a commanding (2-0) series lead heading back to their home park
(2) International runners and (1) mad Dog runner thrown out at the plate in an exciting win for the visitors.

Game 3

Internationals.. 0 0 0  0 1 0  2 1 0  -  4  6  1
Mad Dogs........ 0 0 0  0 0 1  2 0 0 -   3  7  0

In a 'must win' game, Ted Lilly ends his International career with 5 innings of no-run ball, extending his improbable streak of scoreless innings to (3) consecutive playoff starts, and outdueling ace Cliff Lee. The game see-saws as Danny Espinosa and Travis Snyder exchange improbable 2-run homers in the 7th. WPolumbo plays the percentages bringing in Derek Holland to face PH Andre Ethier with 2 outs in the 8th. Ethier hits a run scoring double for the lead, and Mauer grounds into a 4-6-3 DP in the 9th to preserve the win.

Game 4

Internationals.. 0 0 0  0 0 1  0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  4 -  5 13  0
Mad Dogs........ 0 1 0   0 0 0 0 0 0   0 0 0   0 0 0 0 - 1 11 0

Another pitching duel, as Zimmerman and Verlander lock up, with each pitching 6 1/3 before giving in to the bullpen. The MadDogs hit into a 6-2-3 DP in the 7th to end their biggest threat. Holland(!*!) gives up a run scoring 2B to Pujols and a 3-run dinger to Bautista in the 16th as the Internationals claw their way back to tie the series.

Game 5

Internationals.. 0 0 0  0 0 1  2 0 0  -  3  9  1
Mad Dogs........ 2 0 0   2 1 0  4 0 -     9 15 1

The MadDogs torch Sabathia for 10 hits and 5 runs over (6) innings and never relinquish the lead in a convincing game 5 win to take the series lead 3 games to 2. Brandon Morrow pitches another great game for the win. After (5) games the Internationals have scored just (4) runs against MadDog starters.

Game 6

Mad Dogs........ 0 0 1  0 0 0  0 0 1  0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 -  2 10  0
Internationals.. 1 0 0   0 0 0 1 0 0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -   3 12 0

In another must win game, 40 yr old Bartolo Colon faces off against MadDog starter Cliff Lee Colon leaves after 7 1/3 WITH A NO-HITTER INTACT and a 2-1 lead. Lightening strikes in the 9th. With 2 outs and none on, MadDog slugger E Encarnacion hits a Ballprk HR to tie the game and silence the home town fans. The depleted International bullpen is forced to use its last available pitcher Chad Billingsley who tosses 4 1/3 shut-out innings for the win. John Mcdonald is the offensive hero for Albany, driving in the game's 1st run with a 2 out 1B, Homering for the lead in the 6th, and scoring the winning run in the 17th on a M Bourn no- out 1B.

Game 7

Mad Dogs........ 0 1 0  1 0 0  0 0 0  -  2  6  0
Internationals.. 0 2 0   0 4    0 1 1 -   8 -8  0

Pujols GS in the 5th off of MadDog stopper Ogando puts the Internationals ahead for good in the hard fought series.




                                                    SEATTLE PILOTS                                           


-Seattle won games 2,3,4,6.  Mississippi took games 1, 5.

-All 6 games were competitive into the 9th inning!

-Seattle rallied from 5-1 down to win Game 5, 6-5
after ace Zach Greinke was roughed up early.

-Pilots closer Kenley Jansen saved all 4 games.

-Seattle's Dan Haren was named World Series MVP
after holding Mississippi scoreless over 2 starts.

-The Pilots' Delino DeShields, Jr. tormented the same team
his father used to play for!  .458 OBP for the series.

-Mississippi had the tying run thrown out on a 1-16 chance late in Game 6.

-Mississippi's 2 winning games were started by Jacob DeGrom
who K'd 23 Pilots, including 14 in Game 5.






2015 WORLD SERIES                                LONG ISLAND HOUNDS                                 


The Long Island Hounds win Game # 7 by a score of 3-0... 
coming back from a 3 game to 0 game deficit to win their 1st Championship in G.U.S.S.O.M.O.







                                                   BUSTER’S BATTALIONS                                                      







2013 WORLD SERIES                                 ALBANY INTERNATIONALS                   Image result for PICTURE OF MICHIGAN MAD DOG
                                         DEFEATED THE MICHIGAN MAD DOGS 4 GAMES TO 3 GAMES



Albert Pujols’ Grand Slam in the 5th inning off of MadDog stopper Ogando
puts the Internationals ahead for good in the hard fought 7 game series.




2012 WORLD SERIES                                        FENWAY FAITHFUL                                               
                                             DEFEATED THE ITALIAN STALLIONS 4 GAMES TO 3 GAMES






2011 WORLD SERIES                                                                                                      
                                                                  ALBANY INTERNATIONALS                  
                                         DEFEATED THE MICHIGAN MAD DOGS 4 GAMES TO 2 GAMES
































2009 WORLD SERIES                                         SEATTLE PILOTS                                Image result for PICTURE OF MICHIGAN MAD DOG        
                                         DEFEATED THE MICHIGAN MAD DOGS 4 GAMES TO 2 GAMES                                                                             


The Seattle Pilots managed to end a 25 year drought with its very first GUSSOMO World Championship today.  Seattle battled the Michigan Mad Dogs in what was definitely a pitcher's Series, winning four games to two.  The games are summarized below.


This series was a battle of two very strong pitching staffs and most were very low-scoring affairs with the outcome in doubt right up to the last at bat.  Will and I both agreed that Dan Haren had earned the World Series MVP after his Game 6 performance.


I'd like to thank Will for a great series and for being such a gentleman in the face of such torment from the baseball gods.  The Pilots faced three powerful, outstanding teams in the playoffs, each with 100 or more wins in the regular season, and they managed to find a way to eke by each one.  Which should stand as a powerful testament to that timeless Law of Life:


'It's better to be lucky than good.'



Thanks, everyone, for a great season….













2008 WORLD SERIES                               ALBANY INTERNATIONALS                     Image result for PICTURE OF MICHIGAN MAD DOG
                                         DEFEATED THE MICHIGAN MAD DOGS 4 GAMES TO 1 GAMES









2007 WORLD SERIES                               ALBANY INTERNATIONALS                                        
                                        DEFEATED THE RICHMOND BANSHEES 4 GAMES TO 1 GAMES












































                                                  ITALIAN STALLIONS                                                                  
                                          DEFEATED THE WRIGLEY RAIDERS 4 GAMES TO 3 GAMES


Inspiration and emotion prevails as Daryl (# 57) Kile gets the nod for the Stallions versus Lefty Al Leiter. Mike Lieberthal and Mark McGwire get a chance at a lefty. This will be all time Stallion great McGwire's last appearance (although he has been promised a roster spot for life).

1st inning.... Raiders go down 1-2-3

The Stallions, after recieving 10 walks in game 6 are going to be patient once again. This strategy pays off. In the bottom of the 1st, Durham Walks to start things off... then is bunted to 2nd. Sanders grounds out... Gonzalez is Intentionally Walked. Mike Lieberthal and McGwire Walk. With two outs, Jim Edmonds hits a Double of the wall in Right Field to make the score 3-0 Stalllions!

The game settles down a bit as Kile and Leiter both hold their control until the bottom of the 4th.

Geoff Blum leads off with yet another walk. Viqual, trying to sacrifice, beats out the bunt for a hit. Durham, also trying to sacrifice, beats his bunt out for a hit. Jeff Cirrilo hits a fly to CF that gets thrown away on the attempt to get the man at home. Two more runs more score... and the Stallions have a huge 6-0 lead. After a Sanders Strikeout, Gonzalez walks. Lieberthal hits a "Gapper" for a Double that scores Gonzalez and brings the Stallion lead to 8-0. "Big Mac" then puts the Raiders out of thier misery with a 543 foot Home Run to Center for a 10-0 Stallion lead.

Daryl Kile gives up 3 more hits but leads the Stallions to a 10-0 7th game win!