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Old 11-28-2019, 05:45 PM   #441
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Saturday, September 28, 2002

Portland Beavers (79-81 .494 26 GB in 5th place in the PCL West) at
Hollywood Stars (84-76 .525 21 GB in 2nd place in the PCL West)

POR: Duke McKenzie (24-R 4-4 4.46 1 SV) Rookie vs. HOL: Tom Walters (26-R 7-9 3.90)

McKenzie has won 2 starts in a row. He gave up 3 runs in 6.1 IP at San Francisco in his last start and struck out 7 in a win.

Walters is their #1 starter now. He is 1-1 against us with 1 great game and 1 stinker. He is 0-4 in his last 5 starts.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: RF Brian Mitchell (21-L .306-373-0-16-.718) Rookie
2: SS Dave Risinger (26-R .281-406-7-46-.694)
3: 3B Fernando Mexicano (22-L .296-581-37-115-.920)
4: 1B Glenn Snowden (25-R .308-587-38-113-.942) 2-time All-Star(MVP)/Gold Glove
5: LF Fernando Martinez (27-L .275-422-20-65-.770) Gold Glove
6: C Jim Shippy (31-R .274-424-9-55-.743)
7: CF Larry Ballard (23-L .239-155-2-13-.678) Rookie
8: 2B Juan Rojas (23-S .238-365-1-27-.594)
9: P Duke McKenzie (24-R .222-18-0-1-.433) Rookie

HOLLYWOOD
1: RF Fred Rambo (25-L .315-596-6-50-.781)
2: 1B Bud Lisk (28-L .269-476-6-41-.718)
3: LF Jose Naranjo (28-R .337-632-19-102-.893) 2-time All-Star
4: C Steve Bone (27-R .314-535-23-117-.861) 2-time All-Star
5: 3B Larry Church (27-L .273-583-19-94-.769)
6: CF Jerry Suazo (28-L .295-555-2-54-.734)
7: 2B Bobby Deaton (28-S .241-212-1-19-.607)
8: SS Jerry Hatcher (25-R .222-531-10-65-.609)
9: P Tom Walters (26-R .146-48-0-3-.327)

Game Start: 7:05 PM
Ballpark: Chase Field
Weather: Roof Closed
Attendance: 19,975

Top of the First:

Brian Mitchell grounds a hit to right. He steals 2nd. Dave Risinger grounds out to the pitcher and Mitchell goes to 3rd. Fernando Mexicano grounds out to 2nd and Mitchell scores. 1 to 0, Beavers! Glenn Snowden pops out to center.

Bottom of the First:
Fred Rambo flies out to left. Bud Lisk takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4. Jose Naranjo grounds a hit to center and Lisk beats the throw to 3rd. With Naranjo on the move, Steve Bone swings at a 3-2 pitch and misses. Naranjo is safe at 2nd. Larry Church loops a hit to right and both runners score and Church ends up on 2nd. 2 to 1, Stars. Jerry Suazo lines a hit to right. Bobby Deaton swings at a 3-2 pitch and grounds out to 3rd. 38 pitch inning...

Bottom of the Second:
With 1 out, P Tom Walters grounds a hit to right. Fred Rambo grounds into a force at 2nd, 4-6. He steals 2nd. Bud Lisk draws a walk. Jose Naranjo takes a 3-2 pitch for ball 4 to load the bases up with 2 outs. Steve Bone hits a Grand Slam to left... 6 to 1, Stars. No .500 this year....

Top of the Fourth:
Glenn Snowden leads off with a double to left. With 1 out, Jim Shippy grounds a hit to right and Snowden scores. 6 to 2, Stars. With 2 outs, Juan Rojas doubles to center and Shippy scores. 6 to 3, Stars.

Top of the Fifth:

Brian Mitchell grounds a hit to right and goes to 2nd on a wild pitch. With 1 out, Fernando Mexicano hits a home run down the right field line! 6 to 5, Stars. That does it for P Tom Walters. New Pitcher: Frank Wood (28-R) with a 6.03 ERA in 71.2 IP. He gets Snowden and Martinez out.

Top of the Eighth:
Fernando Martinez beats out an infield hit. They make a pitching change. New Pitcher: Bud Dennis (35-L) with a 3.23 ERA in 47.1 IP. Jim Shippy draws a walk. PH Jose Julio (28-R) takes three swings and then goes and sits back down on the bench... Juan Rojas pops out to center... PH Rick Cruz (31-R), batting .186 and the last right-handed batter on the bench, strikes out on 3 pitches....

Top of the Ninth:
New Pitcher: Bob Deetz (40-L), their closer with a 3.25 ERA in 63.2 IP. Top of our order up. We go down 1-2-3....

Lost - 6 to 5

We had 11 hits and made no errors
Hollywood had 6 hits and made no errors

Duke McKenzie (L 4-5) went 2 innings, allowed 6 runs, 5 hits, 1 home run, 4 walks and struck out 1. 74 pitches.
RHP Bill Moon pitched 1 perfect inning and struck out 1.
RHP Garry Ayers went 2 scoreless innings, allowed 2 walks and struck out 3.
RHP Edwin Mares pitched 2 perfect innings.
RHP Jim Kokos went 1 scoreless inning and allowed 1 hit.

Tom Walters went 4.1 innings, gave us 5 runs, 7 hits, 1 home run, 1 walk and struck out 1. He threw a WP. At bat, he had a hit.
RHP Frank Wood (W 8-5) went 2.2 scoreless innings and gave us 4 hits.
LHP Bob Deetz (SV 30) pitched a perfect 9th with 1 strikeout.

RF/CF Brian Mitchell had 3 hits, stole his 17th base of the season and scored 2 runs. 3B Fernando Mexicano had 2 hits with his 38th home run and 3 RBI. 1B Glenn Snowden hit a double and scored a run. C Jim Shippy had a hit and a walk, scored a run and had an RBI. 2B Juan Rojas had 2 hits with a double and an RBI. PH Don Neumann drew a walk.

For Hollywood, 1B Bud Lisk walked 3 times and scored 2 runs. C Steve Bone hit a Grand Slam, his 24th home run of the year.

Around the League: Detroit lost their 8th game in a row and Atlanta won at Pittsburgh, 15 to 9, to take a 1 game lead with 1 to play in the NL West. The Crackers had 28 hits.
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Sunday, September 29, 2002

The final game of 2002. There is absolutely no significance to this game at all for either team. Hollywood is locked in 2nd place and we are locked in 5th place. We could tie the Angels with a win, if they lose their game, but they hold the tie breaker on us with a better head to head record.

Portland Beavers (79-82 .491 26 GB in 5th place in the PCL West) at
Hollywood Stars (85-76 .528 20 GB in 2nd place in the PCL West)

POR: Bobby Johnson (23-R 13-11 3.13) vs. HOL: Gerry Sullivan (26-R 12-5 2.54 8 SV)

Johnson has won 2 starts in a row and has not lost in September. He pitched a complete game win last time out with 4 runs allowed.

Sullivan is 1-0 on two starts against us this season and pitched well both times. One of his Saves was also earned at our expense.

Lineups: Pos Name (Age-Bats BA-AB-HR-RBI-OPS)
PORTLAND
1: RF Brian Mitchell (21-L .310-378-0-16-.724) Rookie
2: SS Dave Risinger (26-R .278-410-7-46-.688)
3: 3B Fernando Mexicano (22-L .297-586-38-118-.924)
4: 1B Glenn Snowden (25-R .308-591-38-113-.941) 2-time All-Star(MVP)/Gold Glove
5: LF Fernando Martinez (27-L .275-426-20-65-.767) Gold Glove
6: C Jim Shippy (31-R .274-427-9-56-.744)
7: CF Larry Ballard (23-L .241-158-2-13-.677) Rookie
8: 2B Juan Rojas (23-S .241-369-1-28-.601)
9: P Bobby Johnson (23-R .136-81-0-2-.384)

HOLLYWOOD
1: RF Fred Rambo (25-L .313-600-6-50-.776)
2: 1B Bud Lisk (28-L .268-477-6-41-.720)
3: LF Jose Naranjo (28-R .337-635-19-102-.893) 2-time All-Star
4: C Steve Bone (27-R .314-539-24-121-.864) 2-time All-Star
5: 3B Larry Church (27-L .273-586-19-96-.770)
6: CF Jerry Suazo (28-L .295-559-2-54-.732)
7: 2B Bobby Deaton (28-S .242-215-1-19-.616)
8: SS Jerry Hatcher (25-R .221-535-10-65-.605)
9: P Gerry Sullivan (26-R .118-51-0-4-.269)

Game Start: 2:05 PM
Ballpark: Chase Field
Weather: 83 F, Clear Skies, with an 8 MPH wind blowing out to left
Attendance: 20,596

Top of the First:
Brian Mitchell grounds out to 1st, unassisted. Dave Risinger beats out an infield hit. He gets caught stealing... Fernando Mexicano strikes out...

Bottom of the First:
Fred Rambo swings at a 3-2 pitch and hits a home run down the right field line... 1 to 0, Stars. Bud Lisk flies out to right. Jose Naranjo swings at a 3-2 pitch and lines hit #215 to right. He steals 2nd. Steve Bone pops out to center. Larry Church grounds one to 2nd, but 1B Glenn Snowden drops the ball for error #20.... Jerry Suazo drives one to deep center, but Larry Ballard makes a leaping catch!

Bottom of the Second:
Bobby Deaton leads off with the second home run of his season.... 2 to 0, Stars.

Lost - 5 to 0

We end the season with 5 losses in a row...

We had 4 whole hits (all singles) and made 1 error
Hollywood had 10 hits and made no errors

Bobby Johnson (L 13-12) went 4 innings, allowed 4 runs, 7 hits, 2 home runs, 1 walk and struck out 3.
RHP Ken Powell got 2 outs and gave up a hit and then got hurt (I told Trudy to skip the report; I don't care if he is dead or alive).
RHP Bill Moon went 2.1 innings, allowed 1 run, 2 hits, 1 home run, 1 walk and struck out 2.
RHP Jim Kokos pitched 1 perfect inning and struck out 1.

Gerry Sullivan (W 13-5) went 7.1 shutout innings, gave us 4 hits, no walks and struck out 7. At bat, he drew a walk.

Nobody did anything worthy of being mentioned.... It was just plain sorry to watch...

Around the League: Atlanta won at Pittsburgh, 7 to 5, to clinch the National League West Division Championship.
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September 30, 2002

Monday Morning Report

NL Player of the Week - Burt McTyre, 1B, St. Louis (29-R .290/.344/.433) Had 18 hits with 3 2B, 3 HR, 3 BB, 0 SO, 13 R and 7 RBI in 7 G
PCL Player of the Week - Kevin McKinney, LF, Denver (22-R .330/.384/.515) Had 20 hits with 3 2B, 1 3B, 6 HR, 2 BB, 1 SO, 3 SB, 14 R and 13 RBI in 7 G (Greatest week ever!)

(Slash lines are for the season, not the week)

Editor's Note:
The game, for some reason does not pick a Player of the Week for the final week of the season, so I had to pick these myself.

September 23 - Toronto lost at Baltimore, 7 to 0, ending their 15 game winning streak. Jeff Hunt (26-) shut them out on 5 hits. He walked 1, beaned 1 and struck out 5. At bat, he had a hit. It is his 6th shutout of the season, which leads all of Baseball. He is now 15-13 with a 2.71 ERA in 35 starts.
September 24 - CF Tom Boyles (23-R) of Denver had 4 hits, scored 4 runs and had 2 RBI at home versus Milwaukee. The Bears won, 17 to 4.
September 24 - Greg Ware (26-L) of Oakland pitched a 3 hit shutout at San Diego. He did not walk a batter and struck out 6. 95 pitches thrown. At bat, he had 3 hits and 2 RBI. It is his 2nd shutout of the season. He is now 19-8 with a 2.80 ERA in 34 starts. The Oaks won, 7 to 0.
September 24 - New York won at Montreal, 4 to 2, and clinched the National League East Division Championship.
September 25 - C Steve Bone (27-R) of Hollywood had 2 hits with a Grand Slam, scored 2 runs and had 5 RBI at home versus Seattle. The Stars won, 11 to 6.
September 25 - 3B/2B Roe Boudreaux (28-R) of St. Louis went 5 for 5 with a double, stole a base, scored 3 runs and had an RBI at home versus Detroit. RF Esteban Arango (26-R) had 3 hits with a home run and 5 RBI. The Cardinals won, 8 to 1.
September 27 - CF Kennie Masline (27-L) of Milwaukee had 5 hits, stole a base and scored 3 runs at Minnesota. SS Greg Hobbs (2-R) hit 2 home runs, drew 3 walks, scored 4 runs and had 4 RBI. The Brewers won, 17 to 5.
September 27 - LF Kevin McKinney (22-R) of Denver went 5 for 5 with a double, scored a run and had 2 RBI at home versus Salt Lake City. The Bears won, 6 to 5, with a pair of runs in the bottom of the 9th.
September 27 - Sam Henderson (28-R) of Los Angeles pitched a 5 hit shutout at home versus San Diego. He did not walk a batter and struck out 4. At bat, he had a hit. It is his 5th shutout of the season, which ties him for the PCL lead with 2 other pitchers. He is now 16-11 with a 2.47 ERA in 36 starts. The Angels won, 2 to 0.
September 27 - C Orlando Selva (32-R) of Boston hit 2 home runs, drew a walk, scored 3 runs and had 5 RBI at home versus Toronto. The Braves won, 6 to 2.
September 27 - LF Michael Guerrero (31-L) had 3 hits with a home run, scored 3 runs and had 3 RBI at home versus Chicago, but the Tigers lost, 7 to 6, when the Cubs scored 4 times in the top of the 9th.
September 28 - SS Roberto Blanco (25-S) of Atlanta had 3 hits with a double, scored 3 runs and had 4 RBI at Pittsburgh. The Crackers won, 15 to 9, to take a 1 game lead in the NL West with 1 to play. Atlanta had 28 hits.
September 28 - C Paul McInerney (29-R) of Cincinnati had 3 hits with a home run and a walk and 5 RBI at Miami. The Reds won, 10 to 6, in 11 innings.

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Monthly Awards for September, 2002
NL Player of the Month: Roberto Perez, 1b, Montreal (31-L) .363/.431/.686 102 AB, 8 2B, 2 3B, 7 HR, 13 BB, 12 SO, 1 SB, 1 CS, 23 R, 19 RBI in 27 G
NL Pitcher of the Month: Pete Kinser, lhp, St. Louis (29-L) 5-1 2.20 ERA 6 GS, 49 IP, 37 H, 1 HR, 9 BB, 22 SO
NL Rookie of the Month: Luis Aranda, lhp, Cleveland (25-L) 4-1 3.60 ERA 6 GS, 45 IP, 50 H, 2 HR, 9 BB, 22 SO (3rd RoM - April, July)

PCL Player of the Month: Jim Jaeger, 3b, San Antonio (35-R) .384/.484/.657 99 AB, 6 2b, 0 3b, 7 HR, 20 BB, 8 SO, 1 SB, 0 CS, 18 R, 19 RBI in 26 G (25 GS)
PCL Pitcher of the Month: John Riley, rhp, San Diego (27-R) 5-1 1.03 ERA 6 GS, 43.2 IP, 23 H, 1 HR, 10 BB, 20 SO (2nd career PoM)
PCL Rookie of the Month: Bill Reynolds, rhp, Houston (27-R) 4-1 1.65 ERA 6 GS, 43.2 IP, 31 H, 1 HR, 15 BB, 28 SO

Monthly Awards for August, 2002
NL Player of the Month: Bob Stout, rf, Detroit (30-R) .388/.441/.603 116 AB, 12 2B, 2 3B, 3 HR, 11 BB, 9 SO, 8 SB, 9 CS, 16 R, 22 RBI in 28 G (27 GS)
NL Pitcher of the Month: Guy Boeck, rhp, Boston (31-R) 6-0 2.49 ERA 6 GS, 43.1 IP, 42 H, 1 HR, 10 BB, 19 SO
NL Rookie of the Month: Jesse Duncan, 1b, Brooklyn (25-L) .385/.442/.692 78 AB. 4 2B, 1 3B, 6 HR, 8 BB, 6 SO, 0 SB, 1 CS, 15 R and 20 RBI in 23 G (19 GS)

PCL Player of the Month: Tim Metts, 1b, Oakland (26-L) .293/.404/.739 92 AB, 5 2b, 0 3b, 12 HR, 17 BB, 10 SO, 0 SB, 0 CS, 20 R, 28 RBI in 28 G (24 GS) (Hit 1 HR in July)
PCL Pitcher of the Month: Bill Wertz, rhp, Salt Lake City (31-R) 4-2 1.15 ERA 6 GS, 47 IP, 33 H, 0 HR, 8 BB, 25 SO (3rd career PoM)
PCL Rookie of the Month: Dong-hak Shong, rf/lf, Milwaukee (23-L) .245/.349/.457 94 AB, 6 2B, 1 3B, 4 HR, 15 BB, 19 SO, 2 SB, 0 CS, 17 R and 17 RBI in 29 G (22 GS)

Monthly Awards for July, 2002
NL Player of the Month: Enrique Ramos, lf, New York (23-L) .444/.521/.828 99 AB, 7 2B, 5 3B, 7 HR, 17 BB, 12 SO, 0 SB, 0 CS, 20 R, 26 RBI in 25 G
NL Pitcher of the Month: Ivan Mejia, rhp, Philadelphia (23-R) 4-0 0.59 ERA 10 SV 15 G, 15.1 IP, 7 H, 0 HR, 5 BB, 17 SO
NL Rookie of the Month: Luis Aranda, lhp, Cleveland (25-L) 3-3 2.81 ERA 6 GS 48 IP 45 H 1 HR 16 BB 31 SO (2nd RoM - April)

PCL Player of the Month: Fernando Mexicano, 3b, Portland (22-L) .394/.491/.713 94 AB, 6 2b, 0 3b, 8 HR, 16 BB, 20 SO, 1 SB, 0 CS, 21 R, 23 RBI in 26 G (25 GS) (2nd straight Beaver PoM!)
PCL Pitcher of the Month: Bruce Croft, rhp, Dallas (27-R) 5-0 1.64 ERA 6 GS, 44 IP, 34 H, 4 HR, 13 BB, 30 SO
PCL Rookie of the Month: Duke McKenzie, rhp, Portland (24-R) 2-1 1.99 ERA 5 G, 4 GS, 31.2 IP, 27 H, 0 HR, 6 BB, 20 SO (2nd straight Beaver RoM)

Monthly Awards for June, 2002
NL Player of the Month: Steve Ward, lf, Toronto (32-R) .396/.431/.623 106 AB, 7 2B, 1 3B, 5 HR, 7 BB, 6 SO, 1 SB, 0 CS, 19 R, 17 RBI in 27 G (26 GS) (2nd straight PoM)
NL Pitcher of the Month: Brian Nordmann, rhp, New York (27-R) 5-0 1.10 ERA 6 GS, 49 IP, 25 H, 0 HR, 12 BB, 42 SO
NL Rookie of the Month: Glen Hebert, rhp, Brooklyn (24-R) 3-1 3.44 ERA 5 GS 34 IP 29 H 3 HR 24 BB 18 SO

PCL Player of the Month: Glenn Snowden, 1b, Portland (25-R) .425/.470/.811 106 AB, 6 2b, 1 3b, 11 HR (!), 9 BB, 8 SO, 0 SB, 0 CS, 25 R, 31 RBI (!) in 27 G (25 GS)
PCL Pitcher of the Month: Al Johnson, rhp, Kansas City (21-R) 6-0 1.91 ERA 6 GS, 47 IP, 36 H, 1 HR, 8 BB, 23 SO (2nd PoM this season; 3rd career) (Worst monthly ERA of the season!)
PCL Rookie of the Month: Frank Flores, rhp, Portland (23-R) 3-1 2.03 ERA 6 GS, 44.1 IP, 44 H, 2 HR, 9 BB, 13 SO (2nd RoM)

Monthly Awards for May, 2002
NL Player of the Month: Steve Ward, lf, Toronto (32-R) .400/.453/.629 105 AB, 3 2B, 0 3B, 7 HR, 11 BB, 5 SO, 0 SB, 0 CS, 26 R, 27 RBI in 28 G (26 GS)
NL Pitcher of the Month: Billy Fritts, lhp, New York (28-L) 5-1 2.38 ERA 6 GS, 45.1 IP, 43 H, 1 HR, 14 BB, 38 SO (3rd career PoM)
NL Rookie of the Month: Jim Haulk, rhp, St. Louis (29-R) 3-1 3.83 ERA 6 GS 44.2 IP 46 H 3 HR 15 BB 27 SO (Was 0-5 with an 8.13 ERA in April)

PCL Player of the Month: Russ Jimenez, 2b, Houston (31-R) .369/.443/.621 103 AB, 6 2b, 1 3b, 6 HR, 15 BB, 9 SO, 1 SB, 1 CS, 21 R, 19 RBI in 28 G (27 GS)
PCL Pitcher of the Month: Tim Willcox, rhp, Dallas (30-R) 6-0 0.86 ERA 6 GS, 52.1 IP, 34 H, 2 HR, 7 BB, 39 SO
PCL Rookie of the Month: Craig Raposo, rhp, Hollywood (24-R) 4-0 3.28 ERA 6 GS, 46.2 IP, 40 H, 4 HR, 13 BB, 41 SO

Monthly Awards for April, 2002

NL Player of the Month: Jim Wagner, lf, Washington (25-S) .348/.512/.629 89 AB, 5 2B, 1 3B, 6 HR, 31 BB (!!), 10 SO, 2 SB, 0 CS, 20 R, 16 RBI in 26 G
NL Pitcher of the Month: George Cann, lhp, Washington (24-L) 4-0 1.64 ERA 6 GS, 44 IP, 33 H, 2 HR, 15 BB, 27 SO
NL Rookie of the Month: Luis Aranda, lhp, Cleveland (24-L) 2-1 2.93 ERA 6 GS 43 IP 48 H 4 HR 20 BB 26 SO

PCL Player of the Month: Steve Hermanson, 2b, Milwaukee (24-S) .363/.431/.598 102 AB, 7 2b, 1 3b, 5 HR, 13 BB, 11 SO, 5 SB, 4 CS, 20 R, 17 RBI in 24 G
PCL Pitcher of the Month: Al Johnson, rhp, Kansas City (21-R) 5-1 1.70 ERA 6 GS, 47.2 IP, 31 H, 3 HR, 7 BB, 33 SO (2nd career PoM)
PCL Rookie of the Month: Frank Flores, rhp, Portland (23-R) 3-2 2.25 ERA 5 GS, 36 IP, 22 H, 2 HR, 11 BB, 13 SO

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Tuesday, October 1, 2002

National League Championship Series

Game 1
New York Giants (92-70 .568 Champions of the NL East) at
Atlanta Crackers (96-66 .593 Champions of the NL West)

All-Stars
NEW YORK
SP Billy Fritts (28-L 12-11 3.39)
SP Brian Nordmann (27-R 18-7 2.39)
LF Enrique Ramos (23-L .304-619-23-98-.862)

The Giants have no one on the DL

ATLANTA
RP John Willingham (27-R 8-6 2.23 42 SV)
3B Marco Perez (26-L .347-496-4-72-.848)

The Crackers have 3 SP and 1 RP on the DL

NY: Brian Nordmann (27-R 18-7 2.39) All-Star vs. ATL: Tom McCoy (26-R 15-10 2.91)

The Crackers won, 2 to 1

The Giants scored their run in the first. The Crackers a run in the 7th and a 2 out infield single by CF Cliff Reynolds (36-L) scored 3B Marco Perez (26-L) to win the game. Reynolds had both RBI for Atlanta.

W - RP John Willingham (27-R) (1-0)

L - SP Brian Nordmann (27-R) (0-1)
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Wednesday, October 2, 2002

National League Championship Series
Game 2

New York Giants (0-1 Champions of the NL East) at
Atlanta Crackers (1-0 Champions of the NL West)

NY: Billy Fritts (28-L 12-11 3.39) 2-time All-Star vs. ATL: Ron Williams (33-R 6-2 2.73)

The Crackers won, 4 to 0

ATL: SP Ron Williams (33-R) pitched a 4 hit shutout. He walked 1, beaned 1 and struck out 3. 2B Jim Winkler (33-R), the #8 hitter, hit a 2 run home run. He only hit 5 during the season.

WP - SP Ron Williams (33-R) (1-0)

LP - SP Billy Fritts (28-L) (0-1)


Pacific Coast League Championship Series
Game 1

Kansas City Royals (104-58 .642 Champions of the PCL East) at
San Francisco Seals (106-56 .654 Champions of the PCL West)

All-Stars
KANSAS CITY
SP Al Johnson (22-R 25-6 2.31)
SP Dave Kushion (30-L 18-6 2.30)
RP Danny Mathies (29-R 5-8 2.09 37 SV)

The Royals have 2 SP and a backup RF on he DL

SAN FRANCISCO
LF Dave McDowell (31-R .327-560-41-133-1.074)
CF Clay Laurence (23-R .318-654-22-96-.882)

The Seals had 2 SP and 2 RP on the DL

KC: Graham Pethel (25-R 17-13 2.86) vs. SF: Mike Bennett (31-L 19-6 3.00)

The Seals won, 4 to 0

SF: SP Mike Bennett (31-L) pitched 8.2 shutout innings, allowed 4 hits, 1 walk and struck out 4. 2B Bill Webber (25-S) was 2 for 4 with a 3 run home run (1st inning), scored 2 runs and had 3 RBI.

W - SP Mike Bennett (31-L) (1-0)

L - SP Graham Pethel (25-R) (0-1)
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Thursday, October 3, 2002

Pacific Coast League Championship Series

Game 2
Kansas City Royals (0-1 Champions of the PCL East) at
San Francisco Seals (1-0 Champions of the PCL West)

KC: Al Johnson (22-R 25-6 2.31) CY/RoY/2-time All-Star vs. SF: John Miner (30-R 9-3 3.40)

The Seals won, 5 to 4

In the bottom of the 9th, with the game tied at 4 all, RF Jerry Serrano (28-R) hit a 1 out double. With 2 outs, CF Clay Laurence (23-R) hit a line drive to right that KC RF Sergio de Santiago (27-L) misplayed into a 2 base error that ended the game.

SF: RF Jerry Serrano (28-R) had 3 hits with a double, scored a run and had an RBI. CF Clay Laurence (23-R) hit a double and a home run, scored a run and had an RBI, plus he hit the line drive that ended the game.

KC: 2B Dick Ohrn (26-R) had 3 hits with a double and a triple, scored a run and had an RBI. LF Ken Manning (23-R) and CF Larry Laramie (28-L) hit back to back home runs in the 5th.

W - RP Duane Paxton (29-R) (1-0)

L - RP Danny Mathies (29-R) (0-1)
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National League Championship Series
Game 3

Atlanta Crackers (2-0 Champions of the NL West) at
New York Giants (0-2 Champions of the NL East)

ATL: Tony Floyd (26-R 10-14 4.51) vs. NY: Jim Nicoson (24-L 13-10 3.04)

The Giants won, 7 to 2

NY: SP Jim Nicoson (24-L) pitched a complete game. He allowed 2 runs, 7 hits, 2 walks and struck out 6. 133 pitches. At bat, he had 2 hits and an RBI. LF Enrique Ramos (23-L) hit a double and a home run, drew 2 walks and scored 2 runs.

ATL: SP Tony Floyd (26-R) tore a flexor tendon and will be out for 6-7 months.

WP - SP Jim Nicoson (24-L) (1-0)

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National League Championship Series
Game 4

Atlanta Crackers (2-1 Champions of the NL West) at
New York Giants (1-2 Champions of the NL East)

ATL: Dan Wilcox (25-R 19-10 3.38) All-Star(01) vs. NY: Don Mack (37-R 10-7 3.72)

The Giants won, 5 to 0

NY: SP Don Mack (37-L) pitched 7.2 shutout innings, allowed 4 hits, 1 walk and struck out 5. 1B Mark Stone (34-S) hit 2 home runs and had 4 RBI.

WP - SP Don Mack (37-R) (1-0)

LP - SP Dan Wilcox (25-R) (0-1)

Pacific Coast League Championship Series
Game 3

San Francisco Seals (2-0 Champions of the PCL West) at
Kansas City Royals (0-2 Champions of the PCL East)

SF: Mike Evans (26-R 11-5 3.61) vs. KC: Dave Kushion (30-L 18-6 2.30) All-Star

The Royals won, 4 to 3

KC: 2B Dick Ohrn (26-R) had 2 hits with a home run, stole a base and had 2 RBI.

SF: LF Dave McDowell (31-R) hit a home run and had 2 RBI. 1B Mike Sorrel (26-L) had 3 hits with a double.

W - RP Humberto Munoz (33-R) (1-0)
SV - RP Danny Mathies (29-R) (1)

L - RP Dick McKinster (36-R) (0-1)

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National League Championship Series
Game 5

Atlanta Crackers (2-2 Champions of the NL West) at
New York Giants (2-2 Champions of the NL East)

ATL: Tom McCoy (26-R 15-10 2.91) vs. NY: Brian Nordmann (27-R 18-7 2.39) All-Star

The Crackers won this pitching matchup, 2 to 1, in game 1 at Atlanta.

The Giants won, 4 to 2

The game was tied at 2 until 3 hits and an intentional walk off 2-time All-Star RP John Willingham (27-R) netted the Giants a pair of runs in the bottom of the 8th.

NY: SP Brian Nordmann (27-R) went 7 innings, allowed 2 runs, 5 hits, 3 walks and struck out 6. Rookie RP Gary Dubreuil (24-R), their closer, finished the game with 2 perfect innings, striking out 2. C Jamie Larson (26-R) had 3 hits with a double and 2 RBI.

WP - RP Gary Dubreuil (24-R) (1-0)

LP - RP John Willingham (27-R) (1-1)

Pacific Coast League Championship Series
Game 4

San Francisco Seals (2-1 Champions of the PCL West) at
Kansas City Royals (1-2 Champions of the PCL East)

SF: Ricky Villa (34-R 12-6 3.87) vs. KC: George Wiedemann (25-R 13-6 2.90)

The Royals won, 4 to 2

KC: SP George Wiedemann (25-R) went 7 innings, allowed 2 runs, 6 hits, 1 walk and struck out 6.

W - SP George Wiedemann (25-R) (1-0)
SV - RP Danny Mathies (29-R) (2)

L - SP Ricky Villa (34-R) (0-1)

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Pacific Coast League Championship Series
Game 5

San Francisco Seals (2-2 Champions of the PCL West) at
Kansas City Royals (2-2 Champions of the PCL East)

SF: Mike Bennett (31-L 19-6 3.00) vs. KC: Graham Pethel (25-R 17-13 2.86)

The Seals won this pitching matchup, 4 to 0, in game 1 in San Francisco.

The Royals won, 9 to 7

The Seals scored 6 times in the 2nd inning and led until the Royals scored 3 runs in the bottom of the 8th on back to back home runs by CF Larry Laramie (28-L) and 1B Mickey Woods (35-R).

KC: RF Sergio de Santiago (27-L) had 2 hits with a home run, 2 walks and 3 RBI. He also made his 3rd error of the series. CF Larry Laramie (28-L) had 3 hits with a home run and 3 RBI. 1B Mickey Woods (35-R) had 3 hits with a triple and a home run and scored twice. Rookie SS Steve Oaks had 3 hits with a double and scored a run.

SF: RF Jerry Serrano (28-R) had 3 hits and a walk, scored a run and had an RBI. 3B Brian Dube (28-R) had 3 hits with a home run and 3 RBI. CF Clay Laurence (23-R) had 2 hits with a home run and a walk and stole a base. LF Dave McDowell (31-R) hit a home run and drew a walk. 2B Bruce Webber (25-S) had 3 hits with a double and scored a run.

W - RP Ruben Misquez (34-R) (1-0)

L - RP Duane Paxton (29-R) (1-1)

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National League Championship Series
Game 6

New York Giants (3-2 Champions of the NL East) at
Atlanta Crackers (2-3 Champions of the NL West) at

NY: Billy Fritts (28-L 12-11 3.39) 2-time All-Star vs. ATL: Jim Janz (31-R 2-2 8.55)

Fritts lost game 2 in Atlanta. Janz is making his debut in the series. Ron Williams (33-R), who beat Fritts with a 4 hit shutout, is being held back for some reason.

The Giants won, 4 to 0

They win the National League Championship for the second year in a row.

SP Billy Fritts (28-L) only went 2 innings until he had to leave with an injury that will keep him out of the World Series. 4 relievers completed the 5 hit shutout.

WP - RP Juan Romero (27-R) (1-0)

LP - SP Jim Janz (31-R) (0-1)

C Jamie Larson (26-R) of New York was named the series MVP. He had 7 hits (.304) and 4 RBI.
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Pacific Coast League Championship Series
Game 6

Kansas City Royals (3-2 Champions of the PCL East) at
San Francisco Seals (2-3 Champions of the PCL West) at

KC: Al Johnson (22-R 25-6 2.31) CY/RoY/2-time All-Star vs. SF: John Miner (30-R 9-3 3.40)

The Seals won this pitching matchup, 5 to 4, in game 2 in San Francisco.

The Royals won, 4 to 3

They win the Pacific Coast League Championship. They lost last year to the Los Angeles Angels.

2B Dick Ohrn (26-R) broke a 3-3 tie in the top of the 8th when he led off with a double and scored on an error by 2B Bill Webber (25-S).

KC: SP Al Johnson (22-R) went 7.2 innings, allowed 3 runs (2 earned), 6 hits, 2 walks and struck out 3. CF Larry Laramie (28-L) had 2 hits with his 3rd home run of the series and scored 2 runs.

W - SP Al Johnson (22-R) (1-0)
SV - RP Danny Mathies (29-R) (3)

L - RP Duane Paxton (29-R) (1-2)

2B Dick Ohrn (26-R) was named the series MVP. He had 11 hits (.440) with a HR and 4 RBI.
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Friday, October 11, 2002

World Series
Game 1

Kansas City Royals (104-58 .642 Champions of the Pacific Coast League) at
New York Giants (92-70 .568 Champions of the National League)

The Giants are the defending Champions.

KC: Dave Kushion (30-L 18-6 2.30) All-Star vs. NY: Brian Nordmann (27-R 18-7 2.39) All-Star

The Giants won, 8 to 2

They scored 5 times in the 6th inning and 3 times in the 8th.

NY: SP Brian Nordmann (27-R) went 8 innings, allowed 1 run, 5 hits, 2 walks, 1 HBP and struck out 6. At bat, he drew a bases-loaded walk for an RBI. 2B Danny Paul (30-R) went 3 for 3 with a double (the only XBH of the game) and 2 walks, scored a run and had 2 RBI.

KC: SP Dave Kushion (30-L) had to leave in the 1st inning with an injury. He is expected to make his next start, if there is an opportunity.

WP - SP Brian Nordmann (27-R) (1-0)

LP - RP Jon Weekley (26-R) (0-1)
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World Series
Game 2

Kansas City Royals (0-1 Champions of the Pacific Coast League) at
New York Giants (1-0 Champions of the National League)

KC: Graham Pethel (25-R 17-13 2.86) vs. NY: Jim Nicoson (24-L 13-10 3.04)

The Giants won, 1 to 0

The game was scoreless until the bottom of the 9th. 2B Danny Paul (30-R) led off the inning with a hit and was bunted to 2nd. After an intentional walk to All-Star Enrique Ramos (23-L), 1B Mark Stone (34-S) singled to win the game.

NY: SP Jim Nicoson (24-L) pitched a 1 hit shutout. He did not walk a batter, but beaned 1 and struck out 9. The hit was a 2 out single in the 5th by C Joel Brobston (30-R). 2B Danny Paul (30-R) had 3 hits (of NY's total of 5) with a double and scored the only run of the game.

KC: SP Graham Pethel went the distance (8.1 IP) allowed 1 run, 5 hits, 2 walks and struck out 5.

WP - SP Jim Nicoson (24-L) (1-0)

LP - SP Graham Pethel (25-R) (0-1)
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World Series
Game 3

New York Giants (2-0 Champions of the National League) at
Kansas City Royals (0-2 Champions of the Pacific Coast League)

NY: Dennis Rack (28-R 7-11 4.28) vs. KC: Al Johnson (22-R 25-6 2.31) CY/RoY/2-time All-Star

Rack was last year's World Series MVP.

The Royals won, 6 to 0

Rack will not be this year's World Series MVP. He only lasted 3 innings and gave up 4 runs.

KC: SP Al Johnson (22-R) went 8.1 shutout innings, allowed 7 hits (all singles), 1 walk and struck out 7. 2B Dick Ohrn (26-R) hit a home run and drew a walk. LF Ken Manning (23-R) hit a home run and had 3 RBI.

WP - SP Al Johnson (22-R) (1-0)

LP - SP Dennis Rack (28-R) (0-1)
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World Series
Game 4

New York Giants (2-1 Champions of the National League) at
Kansas City Royals (1-2 Champions of the Pacific Coast League)

NY: Don Mack (37-R 10-7 3.72) vs. KC: George Wiedemann (25-R 13-6 2.90)

Mack pitched 7.2 shutout innings and got a win in his NLCS start.
Wiedemann won his PCLCS start with 7 innings of 2 run ball.

The Royals won, 5 to 3

The Giants scored a run in the top of the 7th to go up, 3 to 2, but the Royals scored 3 runs in the bottom half of the inning.

KC: SP George Wiedemann (25-R) went 7 innings, allowed 3 runs, 7 hits, no walks and struck out 1. RP Danny Mathies struck out 5 in the final two innings.

WP - SP George Wiedemann (25-R) (1-0)
SV - RP Danny Mathies (1)

LP - SP Don Mack (37-R) (0-1)
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World Series
Game 5

New York Giants (2-2 Champions of the National League) at
Kansas City Royals (2-2 Champions of the Pacific Coast League)

NY: Brian Nordmann (27-R 18-7 2.39) All-Star vs. KC: Dave Kushion (30-L 18-6 2.30)

The Giants won this pitching matchup, 8 to 2, in game 1 in New York, but Kushion had to leave with an injury after facing only 3 batters.

The Giants won, 6 to 3

A 3 run 4th inning put the Giants up, 4 to 0.

NY: SP Brian Nordmann (27-R) went 7.2 innings, allowed 3 runs, 7 hits, 2 home runs, no walks and struck out 6. At bat, he had a hit, scored a run and had an RBI. RP Gary Dubreuil (24-R) retired the final 4 batters with 3 strikeouts. 3B John Sasko (26-R) had 2 hits with a home run and 3 RBI.

KC: RF Sergio de Santiago (27-L) had 2 hits with a home run and 2 RBI. CF Larry Laramie (28-L) hit a home run, his 4th of the postseason.

WP - SP Brian Nordmann (27-R) (2-0)
SV - RP Gary Dubreuil (1)

LP - SP Dave Kushion (30-L) (0-1)
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World Series
Game 6

Kansas City Royals (2-3 Champions of the Pacific Coast League) at
New York Giants (3-2 Champions of the National League)

KC: Graham Pethel (25-R 17-13 2.86) vs. NY: Jim Nicoson (24-L 13-10 3.04)

The Giants won this pitching matchup, 1 to 0, in game 2 in New York, with Nicoson pitching a 1 hitter.

The Giants won, 3 to 2, in 10 innings.
The first extra inning game in World Series history.

The Giants are the World Champions for the second year in a row.

With 1 out, in the bottom of the 10th, PH Rob Church (27-R) ended the Series with a home run.

NY: SP Jim Nicoson (24-L) went 7 innings, allowed 2 runs, 10 hits, 2 walks and struck out 7. Rookie RP Gary Dubreuil (24-R) pitched the final 3 innings and did not allow a run. He only gave up 1 hit and 1 walk and struck out 7.

KC: SP Graham Pethel (25-R) went 7 innings, allowed 2 runs, 5 hits, 4 walks and struck out 4. 2B Dick Ohrn (26-R) had 3 hits and scored a run.

WP - RP Gary Dubreuil (1-0)

LP - RP Danny Mathies (29-R) (0-1)

C Jamie Larson (26-R) was names Series MVP. He had 8 hits (.320) and 4 RBI. He was also the NLCS MVP.

I would have picked one of the 3 pitchers who excelled: Brian Nordmann (2-0 with 15.2 IP and a 2.30 ERA), Jim Nicoson (1-0 with 16 IP and 16 SO and a 1.13 ERA and 1 hit shutout) or rookie RP Gary Dubreuil (1-0 with 1 SV and 5.1 IP with no runs allowed and 11 SO).

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