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Sardines Seal Piazza Division, Final Playoff Spot
The Sardine City Straphanges won their third straight and finalizing their hold on the Piazza Division. Livingston had given them a bit of a scare in the last few days, but came up just short. The Straphangers are set up to take on the Blue Ridge Bombers, while the Hoboken Cutters will host the Hopatcong Floating Fish.
Hopatcong Clinches, One Spot Remains
The Floating Fish won their 5th in a row and sewed up the last wild card spot. One spot remains: the winner of the Piazza Division. Neither team seems to want it too badly as the leading Straphangers have dropped 8 straight, while the Lords have dropped 6 in a row and remain 2 games behind.
Blue Ridge, Hoboken Clinch
Blue Ridge secured their first playoff berth in franchise history. Meanwhile, the Hoboken Cutters also clinched and moved ever closer to locking up the Bonds Division. Two spots remain.
Tucson Is Second In
The Kingsnakes have now become the second team to clinch a playoff spot Monday, though the Clemente Division is still in play. Tucson's magic number to clinch the division is currently 8.
Vancouver clinches first Playoff Berth,Division
The Vancouver Iron Fist were off on Wednesday, but they still managed to clinch the Keith Hernandez Division title with a Poovey Farms loss. Vancouver has coasted to a pretty easy win in the Hernandez Division, maintaining a double-digit games lead for most of the season.
Diamond Pounds Micro In All-Star Blowout
The Diamond Conference All-Stars unleashed their fury on the Micro Conference in a 12-4 blowout Thursday night. Mark Trumbo of Philadelphia was named MVP.
Hillsborough Hired No-Hitmen?
Hillsborough pitchers Joe Musgrove and Hunter Cervenka combined to no-hit the Sardine City Straphangers 5-0. Musgrove walked 4 and struck out 5 in his 8 innings.
|Game of the Week|
El Paso 1, Empire City 0|
Jason Hammel pitched an 11-inning, 3-hit complete game, defeating the Trojans 1-0.
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.
|6/23||All Star Game|
|12/12||2017 Draft Lottery|
|6/19||All Star Voting Results|
|6/8||All Star Ballot|
|10/28||Executive of the Year|
|Batter of the Month|
Jhonny Peralta, ARK
|Pitcher of the Month|
Clayton Kershaw, HBK
|DMBL World Series|
|Arkansas at Tucson|
Tucson wins series 4-2
|Date||Road Team||Home Team|
|10/4||Arkansas 2, Tucson 1|
|10/5||Tucson 2, Arkansas 0|
|10/7||Arkansas 4, Tucson 2|
|10/8||Tucson 5, Arkansas 3|
|10/10||Tucson 2, Arkansas 1|
|10/12||Tucson 6, Arkansas 5|
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