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.
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Scorpions Edge Falcons
The Tucson Scorpions are your 2016 DMBL World Champions after narrowly defeating the defending Golden Falcons 6-5 and winning the series 4 games to 2. It's the first championship for the Scorpions.
Falcons sweep Experience
The rematch of last year's DMBL World Series had similar results, as the Golden Falcons took care of San Francisco and advanced to their second straight Final.
Allentown slips by Sardine City
An 8th inning home run by Ian Kinsler helped the Mules edge the Straphangers to advance to face the Scorpions.
San Fran Eliminates Vancouver
The Experience outslugged the Iron Fist 9-7 and oust the from the playoffs.
The Micro Conference's pitching was too much for the Diamond All-Stars, as the Micro pitching staff dominated, winning 2-0 and holding the Diamonds to only three hits.
|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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