Sasquatch and Blazers play for the first time.
Game 1: Chen @ Kershaw
Bottom 1, a Freeman sac fly gives the Blazers a 1-0 lead.
Bottom 4, a Tulo RBI single made it 2-0.
Bottom 5, a Freeman RBI triple, Kinsler sac fly and Bourn RBI single put NM up 5-0.
Top 6, Gattis blasts a 2 run bomb off of Kershaw. That was the 9th HR Kershaw has give up this year in 64 innings (8 in 149 innings last year in RL.)
A Saunders RBI single make it 6-2, and that’s the score the Blazers win by.
WP Kershaw (6-1)
LP Chen (4-3)
Game 2: Finnegan @ Tanaka
Gattis, Lamb and Piscotty HR off of Tanaka and The Sas lead 5-2 in the 9th.
Bottom 9 and Osuna on, and with one out, Freeman triples, Kinsler hits a sac fly for out #2 but Saunders then HR’s to pull the Blazers within one run. Bourn singles to put the tying run on base, but Tulo pops up to end it as Sas win 5-4.
WP Finnegan (6-2)
LP Tanaka (9-6)
S Osuna (15)
Game 3: Quintana @ Sanchez
Carp HR’s to lead off the game and Tulo rips and RBI single in the 4th to put NM up 2-0.
In the 7th a Tulo HR and Freeman RBI groundout make it 4-0 NM.
A Kinsler error in the 9th gives The Sas a run making it a save situation.
Which Kimbrel converts with ease as Blazers win 4-1.
WP Quintana (11-5)
LP Sanches (3-6)
S Kimbrel (27)
Game 4: Moore @ Fister
Fister pitches great with 6 IP, 3 H, 3 BB and 7 K. A Freeman single plates 2 in the 5th for the only damage against him.
Moore, however, was brilliant going 6 IP with 3 H, 1 BB and 0 runs
With 2 outs in the 9th, Kimbrel walks Gattis and Correa doubles him to third putting the tying runs in scoring position. Narvaez grounds one over the bag at second that Kinsler robs and converts the out at first to end the game in a Blazer 2-0 shutout win.
WP Moore (8-2)
S Kimbrel (28)
After a 1-3 start, Blazers go 15-5 to finish the chapter 16-8 and continue their winning streak against the EL to what seems like 100 years and counting.
Law Dogs and Blazers square off in interleague.
Game 1: Happ @ Kershaw
Happ goes 8 innings with 13 K’s but gives up 5 runs on HR’s to Betts, Kinsler and McCann.
Meanwhile, Kershaw goes 7 with 13 K’s and one hit. Blazers win 5-0.
WP Kershaw (5-1)
LP Happ (5-3)
Game 2: Chatwood @ Tanaka
A Zobrist RBI single in the third is matched by a Betts bomb in the 6th.
Bottom 11, with Wood on the hill, Saunders starts off with a double. A fly ball gets him to third and a Garcia sac fly walks off the Blazer win 2-1.
WP Trienen (3-0)
LP Wood (1-2)
Game 3: Quintana @ Whisler
An AGone RBI double in the second is matched by a Tulo bomb in the third.
Bottom 9, with Treinen on, Markakis doubled to lead off the inning. Cabrerra was IBB’d and Cervenka was brought on to get AGone. AGone grounds into a DP putting PR Gordon on third. Devenski is now on to get Orlando, but Orlando singles to center for the walk off 2-1 Dogs win.
WP Davis (3-1)
LP Treinen (3-1)
Game 4: Warren @ Lewis.
After a Betts first inning HR, Tulo HR’s in the second, Freeman rips a 2 RBI double and Saunders with the RBI single for a 5-0 advantage.
Bottom 3, Dogs fight back with a Ramos 2 RBI single and Markakis RBI single to pull to 5-3.
Bottom 5, Ramos with a 2 run jack ties the game.
Top 6, Carp and Freeman with RBI singles and Bourn with a 2 RBI single after a WP scores a run for a 10-5 Blazer lead.
Bottom 6. Myers with a 2 run bomb and it’s 10-7.
Kimbrel on in the 9th and after a lead off single, a DP and K ends it for the New Milford 10-7 win .
WP Moore (7-2)
LP Lewis (3-6)
S Kimbrel (25)
Outlaws travel to New Milford to take on the Blazers.
Game 1: Miranda @ Kershaw
Goldy is HBP and Springer goes yard for the first two batters to start the game for Kershaw. This is Clayton Fucking Kershaw and his BDBL stats up to this point are fucking stupid.
Bottom 1, with 2 outs, Kinsler ties the game with a 2 run jack and Tulo gives the Blazers the lead with a RBI single.
Bottom 6, a Kinsler HR makes it 6-3.
Bottom 7, a Kinsler RBI double and Saunders RBI single make it 8-3.
Bottom 8, Grandy and Tulo go back to back for a 10-4 lead.
Top 9, Treinen can’t get many outs so Kimbrel is brought in to get the final out in what is now a save situation. After 3 walks, one of which lead to a run, future Hall of Famer Aaron Judge lines out as Blazers escape 10-8.
WP Kershaw (4-1)
LP Miranda (2-1)
S Kimbrel (25)
Game 2: McHugh @ Tanaka
Bottom 3, a Freeman 2 RBI 3B and Grandy 3 run bomb make it 5-0.
Bottom 5, a Grandy RBI 3B and Tulo RBI single and it’s 7-0.
Tanaka (6.2 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 7 K) wouldn’t need 6 of those runs. Blazers win 7-0.
WP Tanaka (9-5)
LP McHugh (6-8)
Game 3: Greinke @ Quintana
Bottom 3, a Betts solo shot and Kinsler 2 run jack make it 3-0.
Bottom 5, a Carp HR, Kinsler RBI single, and Tulo 2 RBI double make it 7-0.
Bottom 8, Betts with a 2 run bomb puts the exclamation point on a Blazer 9-2 win
WP Quintana (10-5)
LP Greinke (6-5)
Game 4: Leake @ Moore
A Suarez RBI single in the first and Martin RBI BB in the second is matched by a Tulo RBI single and Leake WP in the second.
Bottom 3, Betts reaches on an error, stole second, moved to third on a groundout and scored on a WP to put NM up 3-2.
Moore is pulled after 4 giving up 4 H and 5 BB but only 2 runs. Devenski goes 3 holding the Outlaws in check.
Meanwhile a Kinsler single and Saunders sac fly make it 5-2.
Tulo HR’s in the 6th for a 6-2 lead.
Tulo HR’s again for 3 more in the 8th, and Blazers complete the sweep 9-2.
WP Devenski (9-3)
LP Leake (5-8)
Kinsler (571/647/1.357) and Tulo (563/529/1.313) go ape shit and drive in 20 runs with 3 HR each. Betts and Grandy hit a paltry 2 HR each.