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Old 01-26-2020, 05:55 AM   #301
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NLCS Game 2 -- St. Louis 8, Chicago 3

St. Louis put up back-to-back three spots in the seventh and eighth innings to wipe out a 1-0 deficit and defeat Chicago 8-3 in Game 2 of the National League Championship Series at Wrigley Field (1979).
The victory gives the River Walkers a 2-0 lead with the series heading back to St. Louis for Games 3 and 4.
The G-Men's Cruz Calderon led off the bottom of the fourth with a single off Walkers starter Argenis Batista.
A Jarred Kelenic double moved him to third and Gleyber Torres scored him with a ground out to make it 1-0.
That's where it stood going into bottom of the seventh.
Jared Thomas opened things with a single off Chicago starter Jake Mullholland but was eliminated when Tanner Kohlhepp hit into a fielder's choice.
That's when G-Men manager Kichibel Suitani decided to go to his bullpen,
First, he went to his closer James Pazos who walked the only batter he would face, Larry Ernesto.
Taylor Rogers took over and Andrew Benintendi came through with a single to score a run.
The next batter, Jean Carmona, duplicated that with another single to put the Walkers up 2-1.
Pinch-hitter Johan Camargo followed with a double, and all of a sudden St. Louis led 3-1.
It was one big swing which did most of the damage in the eighth, Ernesto blasting a three-run homer off Tony Cebero.
St. Louis continued to pile it on in the ninth with two more runs.
Both runs scored with two outs.
Taylor Kohlhepp chased home the first with a double off Jake Junis.
Benintendi did the second with a single.
Down 8-1, Chicago did score twice in the ninth when Kelenic hit a two-run homer off Willams Jerez but it didn't really matter.
Batista earned the win allowing one run on five hits in 6.1 innings. He struck out eight and walked none.
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ALCS Game 1 -- Fort Wayne 7, Akron 5

The Fort Wayne Mad Men jumped out to a 7-2 lead and held on to down Akron 7-5 in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series at Ebbets Field (1948).
Ha-Seong Kim hit a two-out solo homer off Akron starting pitcher Gerrit Cole in the second inning to open the scoring.
That lead was 6-1 after five inning, as Darlin Guzman (off Cole), Josh Friedman (off Cole) and Kim (off Casey Mize) all hit solo homers in the frame.
Tim Tawa collected a solo blast in the sixth off Mize to make it 7-2.
Corey Seager ripped a three-run homer off reliever Eric Warren in the eighth, as the Flying Feet pulled within 7-5.
Fort Wayne starter Jose Berrios allowed two runs on four hits over six innings. He struck out eight and walked a pair.
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ALCS Game 2 -- Akron 7, Fort Wayne 2

Akron pounded out six runs between the second and third innings to fuel a 7-2 win over Fort Wayne in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series at Ebbets Field (1949).
The victory sends the series back to Akron tied 1-1.
(Cannot do a full recap as the game log is glitched and features a game between the Fort Wayne Tin Caps and Clinton Lumber Kings).
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NLCS Game 3 -- St. Louis 9, Chicago 9

That's was quick.
Steven Brault recorded 26 of 27 out without allowing a run and St. Louis completed an impressive sweep of Chicago with a 9-0 win in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series at Busch Stadium (1997).
Brault threw eight shutout innings and got the first two outs in the ninth before hitting the wall following a two-out walk to Matt Wallner which put runners at first and second.
Closer Edwin Diaz got the call and he quickly ended it, getting Cruz Calderon to fly out on the third pitch he threw.
The River Walkers seized command with a four-run bottom of the second against G-Men starter Josh Hader.
Andrew Benintendi drew a one-out walk and Jean Carmona folllowed with a single.
Brault, who would finish 3 for 4 at the plate with two RBIs, drove in his first run with a double.
Bo Bichette plated the other three with his second homer of the series.
Carmona led off the bottom of the fourth with a homer off Hader, making it 5-0.
Carlos Vidal singled with two outs off Tony Cebrero in the sixth to score Carmona, making it 6-0.
Three more runs in the seventh made it 9-0.
Kohlhepp (with a double), Carmona (with a triple) and Brault (with a single) all earned RBIs with Jake Junis on the mound for Chicago.
Brault's line for the game was no runs on three hits. He struck out eight and walked one in his 8.2 innings.
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ALCS Game 3: Fort Wayne 3, Akron 2

Fort Wayne jumped out to a 3-0 lead and held on for a 3-2 win over Akron in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series at Candlestick Park (1993).
Once again the game log appears to be from a Frontier League game, so I have not much of a clue how the game played out.l
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ALCS Game 4: Akron 4, Fort Wayne 3, 13 innings

Note: Once again, the game log was missing, It appeared to be from some game played in Japan.
Akron's Trevor Canderia was hit by a Frankie Montas pitch with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 13th inning to drive in the winning run, as Akron downed Fort Wayne in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series at Candlestick Park (1993).
The series is even at 2-2 with Game 5 to be played back in Fort Wayne.
Ha-Seong Kim hit a three-run double off Akron starter Jack Flaherty in the top of the first to stake the Mad Men to a 3-0 lead.
But the Flying Feet tied with a pair of runs in the second and another in the third.
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ALCS Game 5: Akron 6, Fort Wayne 4

It'll be the Akron Flying Feet vs. the St. Louis River Walkers.
Akron completed its upset of Fort Wayne with a 6-4 victory in Game 5 of the American League Championship Series at Ebbet Field (1948)..
The victory advances the Flying Feet into the World Series where it will meet St. Louis.
The River Walkers will have home-field advantage after sweeping Chicago in the NLCS. The lower seeds prevailed in both series.
(Once again, no game log was available).
Fort Wayne jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning and led 3-1 after three.
The Feet took command in the fourth, scoring four times.
Logan Davidson hit a solo homer off Mad Men starter Jose Berrios and Ben Shewmake had an RBI single.
Fort Wayne's Ha-seong Kim would tie it with a single off Akron starter in the sixth.
But Akron would score once in the eighth (Davidson's second solo homer of the game, this one off Eric Warren) and once in the ninth (Shewmake also with a solo shot off Warren) to seize command.
Chris Archer pitched the first six innings,. allowing four runs on eight hits.
Jesus Cervantes handled the final 1.2 of the game for his first save of the postseason.
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