Tucson stomps Falcons
The Scorpions left no doubt about who should win the Clemente Divison, pounding the Golden Falcons 10-0.
Hillsborough clinches 2nd wild card, Arkansas/Tucson to settle it on Tuesday
Hillsborough clinched the final wild card slot with Arkansas' and Tucson's loss Monday. Meanwhile, the winner of the Clemente Divison will be settled with a play-in game on Tuesday in Tucson.
Sardine City, Hopatcong, & Marietta clinch
The Floating Fish sewed up the Bonds Division over the weekend. Meanwhile, the Straphangers and Mighty Men are still fighting for the Piazza Division, but both are in for the playoffs.
Vancouver nabs first playoff spot
The Iron Fist locked up the Hernandez Division with a 3-1 stifling of the San Francisco Experience. Despite having only the 4th best record in the league, the Fist took advantage of a weak division to lock up 2018's first division title.
Diamond Edges Micro 4-3
Jose Ramirez led Micro in a back-and-forth contest in this year's All Star Game.
Nola Gets a No-No
Vancouver's Aaron Nola blanked the El Paso Chihuahuas for 2018's third no-hitter. Nola walked two and struck out nine, improving to 8-4 on the season.
No-No No. 2
Ervin Santana pitched this season's second no-hitter, this time a complete game effort. The Lords of the Swing blanked the Floating Fish 4-0 as Santana retired all but one batter, a lone walk to Robinson Cano. Santana, another pitcher who had been struggling prior to pitching a no-hitter, improved to 3-7 on the year.
Davies-Neris No-Hit Bombers
Entering the game with an 0-8 record and ERA north of 8.00, Zach Davies pitched 8 innings of no-hit ball. Hector Neris pitched a perfect 9th to seal the deal. It wasn't all sunshine and rainbows as Davies walked an astounding 10 batters, but four double plays and some clutch pitching bailed him out time and time again. It's the second no-hitter in San Francisco's history.
|Game of the Week|
Philadelphia 17, Livingston 2|
Philly's Jose Ramirez tied the record for most home runs in a game with 4 and the Green Rage tied a record for most home runs by a team with 10.
June 7, 2009 The Blue Ridge Bombers traded their first round draft pick, Justin Duchscherer, to the Newark Sugar Bears for Jed Lowrie, Kevin Millwood, and a 3rd round pick. Duchscherer did go 8-4 with a 4.03 ERA for the divison champion Sugar Bears and never pitched again in the DMBL.
|1/15||2018 Draft Lottery|
|6/23||All Star Game|
|12/12||2017 Draft Lottery|
|6/19||All Star Voting Results|
|6/8||All Star Ballot|
|Batter of the Month|
Jhonny Peralta, ARK
|Pitcher of the Month|
Clayton Kershaw, HBK
|Vancouver at Hopatcong|
Hopatcong leads series 1-0
|Date||Road Team||Home Team|
|9/24||Hopatcong 5, Vancouver 3|
|9/30, if necessary||Vancouver||Hopatcong|
|10/2, if necessary||Hopatcong||Vancouver|
|10/4, if necessary||Vancouver||Hopatcong|
|Tucson at Sardine City|
Sardine City leads series 2-0
|Date||Road Team||Home Team|
|9/23||Sardine City 5, Tucson 3|
|9/24||Sardine City 7, Tucson 3|
|9/29, if necessary||Tucson||Sardine City|
|10/1, if necessary||Sardine City||Tucson|
|10/3, if necessary||Tucson||Sardine City|
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