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Old 09-09-2019, 02:33 AM   #301
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MBL news: World Series Game 1 -- Cincinnati 10, Des Moines 0

Travis Swaggerty homered twice and drove in five runs as the Cincinnati Skyline pounded the Des Moines Harvesters 10-0 in Game 1 of the Midwest Baseball League World Series at Riverfront Stadium (1970).
The Skyline already led 2-0 by the time Swaggerty went deep for the first time, a two-run shot off Harvesters starting pitcher Sixto Sanchez in the fifth inning to make it 4-0.
His second bomb came in the eighth, this one off Rory Stevens, it drove in three and made it 10-0.
Micah Reed took a shutout into the eighth inning, when he retired with one out, as allowed just six hits in his 8.1 innings. He struck out seven and walked one.
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MBL World Series: Game 2 -- Cincinnati 4, Des Moines 2

The Cincinnati Skyline pounded Des Moines Harvesters starting pitcher Yeo-San Park for four runs in the bottom of the first inning and rode it to a 4-2 win in Game 2 of the Midwest Baseball League World Series at Riverfront Stadium (1970).
With the victory, Cincinnati took a 2-0 lead as the series heads to Des Moines for three games.
Trent Grisham got Skyline rolling right off the bat leading off the bottom of the first with a home run.
Derek Fisher later drove in two with a double. Trea Turner completed the early onslaught with an RBI single.
Cincinnati did have to deal with losing starting pitcher Yu Darvish to an injury in the second inning.
But four relievers picked up the slack, led off by Kirby Yates for worked 2.2 innings and earned the win.
Sam Freeman (1.2), Kelvin Herrera (1.0) and Reyes Moronta (2.0) combined to close it out with Moronta earning his second save of the postseason.
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MBL World Series: Game 2 -- Cincinnati 4, Des Moines 2

The Cincinnati Skyline pounded Des Moines Harvesters starting pitcher Yeo-San Park for four runs in the bottom of the first inning and rode it to a 4-2 win in Game 2 of the Midwest Baseball League World Series at Riverfront Stadium (1970).
With the victory, Cincinnati took a 2-0 lead as the series heads to Des Moines for three games.
Trent Grisham got Skyline rolling right off the bat leading off the bottom of the first with a home run.
Derek Fisher later drove in two with a double. Trea Turner completed the early onslaught with an RBI single.
Cincinnati did have to deal with losing starting pitcher Yu Darvish to an injury in the second inning.
But four relievers picked up the slack, led off by Kirby Yates for worked 2.2 innings and earned the win.
Sam Freeman (1.2), Kelvin Herrera (1.0) and Reyes Moronta (2.0) combined to close it out with Moronta earning his second save of the postseason.
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MBL news: World Series Game 3 -- Cincinnati 10, Des Moines 6

A Francisco Meija grand slam highlighted a five-run fifth inning for Cincinnati as it went on for a 10-6 win over Des Moines in Game 3 of the Midwest Baseball League World Series at LaBatt Park.
With the victory, Cincinnati owns a 3-0 advantage in the best-of-seven series.
Down 1-0, Cincinnati grabbed the lead in the top of the fourth when Derek Fisher connected on a two-run single off Harvesters starting pitcher Jose Berrios.
Then came the big fifth inning.
Before Meija's long ball of Berrios, Trent Grisham had tied with an RBI double.
Meija's big blast came with one out.
Two more runs in the sixth put the Skyline ahead 9-1.
Cincinnati starter Corbin Burnes worked six innings, giving up three runs on five hits.
Reliever Reyes Moronta turned in his second straight two-inning appearance to close it out and earn his third save of the postseason.
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MBL news: World Series Game 4 -- Des Moines 5, Cincinnati 2

The Des Moines Harvesters remained alive in the Midwest Baseball League World Series with a 5-2 Game 4 win over the Cincinnnati Skyline at LaBatt Park.
With the victory, the Harvesters trimmed the Skyline's advantage to 3-1 in the best-of-seven series.
Already leading 1-0, Des Moines took control with a four-run bottom of the fifth inning most of it against Cincinnati starter Kirby McIntyre.
John Lehto drove in two of the runs with a single.
Dallas Keuchel stepped up on the mound for Des Moines with five shutout innings.
Four relievers followed him to the mound, with Jandel Gustave taking care of the ninth for his third save of the postseason.
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MBL news: Game 5 -- Cincinnati 10, Des Moines 3

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. proved to be a virtual one-man wrecking crew hitting for the cycle as he powered Cincinnati to a 10-3 win over Des Moines which clinched Midwest Baseball League World Series title in five games for the Skyline.
With the win, the Skyline completed a dominant run through the MBL season. At 107-55, they posted the best record in the league by seven games and in the postseason dropped just one game in each round to go 7-2 overall.
Down 1-0, Guerrero tied it in the fourth with a solo homer off Des Moines starting pitcher Sixto Sanchez.
Cincinnati then broke the game open with a four-run fifth.
Guerrero again was a part of it with a two-run double off Sanchez.
Francisco Meija plated the other two with a double off reliever Dane Dunning.
The Skyline added two more runs in the sixth, again Guerrero was the primary culprit driving them both in with a triple off Dunning.
For the game, Guerrero was 4 for 6 with a double, triple, homer, two runs scored and four RBIs.
On the mound, Micah Reed allowed three runs on five hits over six innings. He struck out seven and walked two.
Sam Freeman handled the seventh inning.
Tim Hill took care of the eighth and recorded the first out of the ninth.
Braden Zarbinsky retired the only two batters he faced, as Cincinnati claimed its first championship of the Midwest Baseball League.
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Walkers news: Ends of season notes from the owner

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Walkers news: Buxton dealt to Twin Cities for LHP Lodolo

After two disappointing seasons at the plate, the St. Louis River Walkers have dealt 29-year-old center fielder Byron Buxton to the Twin Cities Snow Cats for left-handed relief pitcher Nick Lodolo
Signed as a free agent before the 2022 season, Buxton has excelled in the field earning a gold glove in his first year with the Walkers but his lack of production at the plate made him a part-time player by the second half of 2023.
In 2022, Buxton batted .225 with six homers and 20 RBIs, while in 2023 he hit .219 with 11 homers and 40 RBIs.
He missed a large chunk of 2023 with a fractured finger but upon his return did not produce and was only starting against left-handed pitchers the last two months of the season.
In return, St. Louis receives a 25-year-old left-handed reliever in Lodolo, who should combine with Jake Brentz and Brad Hand to give the team three strong left-handed relievers.
During the 2023 season, Ludolo pitched in 75 games going 7-5 with a 3.66 ERA.
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While some believe spring training marks the start of the baseball season, in many ways it really begins at the start of salary arbitration hearings as team's open up the process of building their roster as they head to spring training.
So with that, we'll end the 202 thread on the St. Louis River Walkers and move onto 2023.
We'll call it: 2024 St. Louis River Walkers -- Why can't this thing be fixed?
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