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Old 02-12-2019, 04:22 AM   #201
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NLCS Game 1 -- St. Louis 3, Madison 2

Andrew Benintendi hit a solo homer run in the first inning and scored what proved to be an important insurance run in the eighth to help the St. Louis River Walkers to a 3-2 win over the Madison Muskies in Game 1 of the National League Championship Series at Busch Stadium.
Matt Olson had an RBI double off St. Louis starting pitcher Aaron Nola in the top of the first, staking the Muskies to a 1-0 lead.
But Benintendi, the No. 2 batter in the River Walkers' order, quickly wiped that out with a 394-foot shot off Madison starting pitcher Adam Wainwright in the bottom half of the inning.
Two batters later, Michael Conforto sent a Wainwright delivery 384-feet to give St. Louis a 2-1 lead.
It would remain that way until the bottom of the eighth, when Benintendi drew a one-out walk from Drew Steckenrider.
He stole second and wound up on third on a throwing error by catcher Tyler Flowers.

A Steckenrider wild pitcher than allowed Benintendi to score.
Oakland answered back in the top of the ninth. Olson hitting a one-out homer off reliever Bobby Poyner.
Brett Gardner kept things going with a two-out walk from Brad Boxberger. He moved to third on a Tyler Flowers single.
However, Boxberger got Adalberto Mondesi to ground out to third baseman Nicky Delmonnico to end it.
After allowing the first-run, Nola was impressive going seven innings and allowing just the one run on three hits. He struck out one and walked none.
Wainwright was not bad either. He departed after six innings, giving up two runs on four hits. He struck out three and walked the same.
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ALCS Game 2 -- Columbus 11, Grand Rapids 7

Columbus put up two runs or more in four innings as it reached double digits in run for the second straight game in an 11-7 win over the Grand Rapids Traders in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series.
Unlike their 10-4 Game 1 win, when they cranked out five homers, the Golden Bears hit just one long ball -- a solo shot from Gary Sanchez off Carlos Rondon in the second inning - as this time they complied 15 hits and were helped by seven walks.
Tied at 1-1, Columbus took the lead for good in the third inning. Bryce Harper scored two with a single. A wild pitch plated the third run.
The Bears would later add two runs in both the fifth and sixth innings and three in the ninth.
Paul Goldschmidt finished with three RBIs. Harper, David Dahl and Chris Ianetta all had two.
Seven pitchers split up the mound duties for the Bears.
Starter Luis Castillo lasted four innings, giving up three runs on six hits.
Bryan Shaw, who got the final two outs of the eighth, earned the win.
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NLCS Game 2 -- Madison 3, St. Louis 2

The Madison Muskies pushed across a pair of runs in the fourth inning to take the lead and never trailed again, as they evened the National League Championship Series at a game apiece with a 3-2 win over the St. Louis River Walkers at Busch Stadium.
Ender Inciarte led off the bottom of the first with a single off Muskies starting pitcher Stephen Gonsalves and later scored on a Michael Conforto sacrifice fly as the Walkers grabbed an early 1-0 lead.
But Madison seized the lead against St. Louis starter Trevor Bauer when it opened the top of the fourth with three consecutive hits.
Chad Pinder got it started with the long ball -- a 375-foot shot into the left field stands -- Brett Gardner and Tyler Flowers followed with back-to-back doubles, extending Madison's lead to 2-1.
Flowers opened the sixth inning with another double, also off Bauer.
He later scored when Gonsalves singled off reliever Chaz Roe.
A Conforto homer off Gonsalves in the bottom of the sixth made it 3-2.
But three relievers -- Justin Wilson (0.2 IP), Drew Steckenrider (1.0) and Corey Knebel (2.0) combined to shutout the Walkers the rest of the way to send the series north to Madison deadlocked.
Gonsalves pitched 5.1 innings, allowing two runs on four hits. He struck out four and walked a pair.
Knebel allowed just one hit while pitching a scoreless eighth and ninth.
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ALCS Game 3: Columbus 8, Grand Rapids 4

The Columbus Golden Bears pushed five runs across in the top of the fifth inning and rode that to a series-sweep clinching 8-4 win over the Grand Rapids Traders in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series in Columbus.
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Tied at 2-2, Jackie Bradley Jr. had an RBI single and Paul Goldschmidt drove in a run with a double off Grand Rapids starter Felix Hernandez in the inning. Ozzie Albies also plated two with a double.
The Traders' John Hicks did have a two-run single off Blake Snell in the top of the fifth, pulling Grand Rapids to within 7-4.
However, the Traders would not score again as their season came to an end.
Snell pitched into the sixth inning (5.1 IP), allowing four runs on six hits.
Five relievers -- Adam Warren (0.2), Joe Kelly (1.0), Joakim Soria (0.1), Bryan Shaw (1.1) and Jake McGee (0.1) -- combed to shutout Grand Rapids the rest of the way.
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ALCS: Columbus defeats Grand Rapids 3-0

ALCS: Columbus defeats Grand Rapids 3-0
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Walkers news: Reliever Poyner earns PCL award

Left-handed reliever Bobby Poyner has been named the top relief pitcher in the American Conference of the AAA Pacific Coast League.
Poyner, 26, got into 44 games posting a record of 4-4 with 10 saves and an ERA of 1.85. He pitched a total of 48.2 innings with a WHIP of 1.03 and 56 strike outs.
He is a member of the River Walkers pitching staff in the National League Championship Series.
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NLCS Game 3: St. Louis 8, Madison 1

St. Louis scored twice in the top of the first inning and kept on adding on as it defeated Madison 8-1 to grab a 2-1 lead in the National League Championship Series at Comiskey Park.
Ender Inciarte opened the game with a single off Muskies starting pitcher Adam Slegers and scored when Andrew Benintendi followed with a double.
A Michael Conforto single two batters later plated Benintendi, giving St. Louis all the runs it would eventually need.
Madison did halve the lead in the bottom of the first, Nomar Mazara with a single which scored Brandon Nimmo, who had reached on an error by shortstop Adieny Hechavarria, but that would prove to be the only run the Muskies would get off Walkers starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks and the seven relievers who followed him to the mound.
Hendricks pitched six innings, giving up the one run on five hits. He struck out five and walked two.
At the plate, Hechavarria ended up 2 for 4 with a homer and three RBIs. Benintendi was 2 for 5 with a double and two RBIs as St. Louis scored single runs in the second, fourth, fifth and sixth innings before tallying twice in the eighth.
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NLCS Game 4: Madison 4, St. Louis 1

D.J. Mitchell and four relievers combined to limited St. Louis to one run and the Madison Muskies forced the National League Championship Series to a decisive Game 5 with a 4-1 win at Comiskey Park.
Mitchell pitched into the sixth inning (5.1 IP) allowing one run on five hits. He struck out two and walked one.
Aaron Barrett (0.2), Drew Steckenrider (1.0), Corey Knebel (1.0) and Jared Miller (1.0) combined to keep St. Louis silent the rest of the way.
Madison grabbed the lead, and it was for good, in the bottom of the fourht when Matt Olson led off the inning with a home run off Carlos Martinez.
The Muskies added another run in the same frame, when Chad Pinder followed Olson's blast with a single and later scored on a single from Mitchell.
St. Louis got its lone run in the sixth when Ender Inciarte drew a lead-off walk from Mitchell and later scored when Nicky Delmonico drew a bases-loaded walk from Barrett.
But Madison tacked on two more runs in the bottom of the seventh. Pinder with his second homer of the series, a solo blast off Bobby Poyner.
Brett Gardner followed with a triple of Poyner. He later scored on a Brandon Drury single off Reyes Moronta.
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Walkers news: Gohara wins PCL pitching honor

Memphis Redbirds starting pitcher Luis Gohara has been honored as the top pitcher in the American Conference of the Pacific Coast League.
In 21 starts, Gohara went 7-4 with 2.74 ERA. He pitched a total of 121.2 innings, posting a WHIP of 1.16 while striking out 133.
Gohara also pitched well for the River Walkers, going 3-2 in nine starts with an ERA of 3.47.
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NLCS Game 5: Madison 5, St. Louis 0

Adam Wainwright pitched seven scoreless inning and the Madison Muskies hit three home runs off St. Louis starting pitcher Aaron Nola in a 5-0 victory at Busch Stadium which won them the National League Championship Series in five games.
The 38-year-old Wainwright, was dominant allowing just five hits while striking out two and walking one.
Jose Ramirez and Justin Wilson combined to pitched a scoreless eighth inning. Juan Minaya handled the ninth, as the Muskies won the series' final two games to advance to the World Series, where they will face the American League Champion, the Columbus Golden Bears.
Madison got the only run it would ultimately need on the sixth pitch of the game, when Brandon Nimmo blasted a Nola pitch 365-feet into the left field seats for a solo home run.
It was light-hitting shortstop Alalberto Mondesi who did the job in the third with a solo blast to make it 2-0.
The Muskies pretty much put the game away with a three-run fifth.
Nimmo had an RBI single off Nola and Nomara Mazara made it 5-0 with a two-run shot.
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NLCS: Final statistics

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MBL World Series: Game 1 -- Columbus 3, Madison 2

Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a walk-off home run off Madison's Cory Knebel in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Columbus Golden Bears a 3-2 win in Game 1 of the Midwest Baseball League World Series at Forbes Field.
A Chad Pinder solo shot off Bears reliever Joakim Soria in the top of the ninth had even the game at 2.
Madison actually had struck first with a single run off Columbus starting pitcher Jose Quintana in the top of the third.
Columbus, however, tallied two in the seventh -- Mike Moustakas with a solo homer and Denard Span an RBI single, both of Madison starter Stephen Gosalves -- to go up 2-1.
Quintana was outstanding in a seven-inning stint, allowing one run on one hit. He struck out five and walked two.
Soria pitched the eighth inning and started the ninth, allowing Pinder's homer.
Bryan Shaw recorded the final three outs, earning his second win of the postseason.
Gonsalves pitched six innings, giving up just two runs on seven hits. He struck out five and walked four.
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MBL World Series: Game 2 -- Columbus 15, Madison 3

Columbus pounded Madison pitchers for four runs in the opening inning and 10 in the second to pave the way to a lopsided 15-3 win over the Muskies in Game 2 of the Midwest League World Series at Forbes Field.
Moustakas homered in both innings, a two-run shot off Muskies starting pitcher Aaron Slegers in the first and a solo blast off Aaron Barrett in the second.
Moustakas finished the game 3 for 4 with a double, two homers and four RBIs.

David Dahl hit a three-run homer in the second inning off Barrett. He also finished the game with four RBIs. Gary Sanchez had a two-run double in the second and would wind up with three RBIs.

Paul Goldschmidt drove in the first run of the game with a double off Slegers. He had two RBIs in the contest.
Bears starting pitcher Luis Castillo went six innings, allowing three runs on six hits. He struck out six and walked two.
Lucas Sims supplied three innings of shutout relief. Archie Bradley contributed a scoreless ninth.
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MBL World Series: Game 3 -- Columbus 4, Madison 3

The Columbus Golden Bears scored three runs in the top of the sixth inning to take the lead and went on for a 4-3 win over the Madison Muskies in Game 3 of the Midwest Baseball League World Series at Comiskey Park.
The victory put Columbus up 3-0 in the best-of-seven series.
David Dahl, who had given the Bears a 1-0 lead with an RBI single off Madison starter Adam Wainwright in the first inning, gave his team the lead again in the sixth, this time for good, when he took Wainwright deep with his fourth home run of the postseason.
The lead grew to 3-1 when Jackie Bradley Jr. laced an RBI double off Wainwright. A two-out single from Ozzie Albies -- again off Wainwright -- stretch the advantage to 4-1.
The Muskies got two of those runs back in the bottom of the sixth -- Nick Senzel with a solo homer off Columbus starter Blake Snell and Brett Gardner with an RBI single off Alex Warren -- but that's all they would get.

Snell allowed three runs on five hits before leaving with no outs in the sixth.
Warren was able to wrap up the sixth inning with the Bears still in the lead.
From there. Jake McGee tossed a perfect seventh while Joakim Soria allowed just a single base runner in the eighth and ninth to earn his first save of the postseason.
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MBL World Series: Game 4 -- Madison 2, Columbus 0

D.J. Mitchell helped make sure Madison would remain alive in the World Series, tossing seven shutout innings to help the Muskies to a 2-0 win over Columbus in Game 4 of the Midwest Baseball League World Series at Comiskey Park.
With the win, Madison keeps the series going as the Golden Bears lead the series 3-1.
Mitchell allowed just two hits over seven innings. He struck out eight and walked two.
Cory Knebel handled the final two innings, earning his second save of the postseason. He didn't allow a base runner while striking out four.
Columbus starter Nathan Eovaldi was almost as good as Mitchell, matching his seven innings.

However, he allowed two runs on eight hits. He struck out seven and walked one.
The Muskies got their runs early, with one in each of the first two innings.
Nomar Mazzara plated the first run with a single off Eovaldi, scoring Nick Senzel who had tripled with one out in the first.

Mitchell himself drove in the Muskies' second-inning run, it coming on a single which scored Adalnberto Mondesi who had doubled just in front of him.
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MBL World Series: Game 5 -- Columbus 10, Madison 3

The Columbus Golden Bears scored five runs over the first three innings to pave the way for a 10-3 win over the Madison Muskies and clinch the Midwest Baseball League World Series title with a Game 5 victory at Comiskey Park.
The Bears came out swinging against Madison starting pitcher Stephen Gonsalves. Bryce Harper had an RBI double in the first inning and Jordy Mercer drove in one with a single to give them a 2-0.
Gonsalves issued a bases-loaded walk to Paul Goldschmidt in the second inning, as the lead grew to 3-0.
A two-run double from Ozzie Albies in the third made it 5-0.
Goldschmidt finished the game with three RBIs.Harper, catcher Gary Sanchez and pitcher Jose Quintana all scored two runs.
On the mound, Quintana went 6.1 innings, allowing three runs on four hits. He struck out five and walked the same.
Lucas Sims finished the seventh inning. Archie Bradley tossed a spotless eighth and ninth to seal the championship.
Third baseman Michael Moustakas was named World Series MVP, after hitting .389 with three homers and six RBIs over the five games.
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MBL World Series: Columbus defeats Madison 4-1

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Walkers news: Notes from the front office

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Walkers news: Collins will return as bench coach

Terry Collins has agreed to return as bench coach for the St. Louis River Walkers for the 2020 season.
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