In another fun and exciting series the 84 San Diego Padres edge the 80 Philadelphia Phillies. Series went back and forth with crazy moments for both teams. Padres move on to face the #1 seed 86 New York Mets. Game 1 Jack Murphy StadiumPadres 2, Phillies 0WP: Eric Show (1-0)LP: Steve Carlton (0-1) Game 2 Jack Murphy StadiumPhillies 5, Padres 0WP: Dick Ruthven (1-0)LP: Ed Whitson (0-1) Game 3 Veterans StadiumPadres 6, Phillies 5WP: Mark Thurmond (1-0)LP: Ron Reed (0-1)Save: Goose Gossage (1) Game 4 Veterans StadiumPhillies 6, Padres 5WP: Tug McGraw (1-0)LP: Goose Gossage (0-1) Game 5 Jack Murphy StadiumPadres 3, Phillies 2WP: Ed Whitson (1-1)LP: Dick Ruthven (1-1)Save: Craig Lefferts (1)
The AL Elite 8 is now set after the play in series has concluded. Should be a wild crazy ride as every team in this tournament can win a 3 of 5 series. #1 84 Detroit Tigers vs #9 81 New York Yankees #4 83 Baltimore Orioles vs #5 80 Kansas City Royals #2 79 Baltimore Orioles vs #7 82 Milwaukee Brewers #3 78 New York Yankees vs #6 86 Boston Red Sox
The Yankees sweep the series from 85 Royals. All 3 games where one run affairs and defensive miscues directly led to 2 Royal loses. The Yankees move on to face the #1 seed 84 Detroit Tigers. Game 1 Royals Stadium Yankees 4, Royals 3 WP:Ron Guidry (1-0)LP: Charlie Leibrandt (0-1)Save: Goose Gossage (1) Game 2 Royals StadiumYankees 3, Royals 2WP: Ron Davis (1-0)LP: Dan Quisenberry (0-1)Save: Goose Gossage (3) Game 3 Yankee StadiumYankees 1, Royals 0WP: Rick Reuschel (1-0)LP: Danny Jackson (0-1) Series MVP: Goose Gossage 2 two inning saves in Games 1 & 2 to give the Yankees the advantage heading to NY.
The Brewers win a crazy series 3 games to 2 as they win games 4 and 5 to advance to face the #2 seed 1979 Baltimore Orioles. Game 1 - County StadiumBrewers 3 - Twins 2 (10)WP: Rollie Fingers (1-0)LP: Jeff Reardon (0-1) Game 2 - County StadiumTwins 13 - Brewers 1WP:Bert Blyleven (1-0)LP: Don Sutton (0-1) Game 3 - MetrodomeWP: Les Straker (1-0)LP: Pete Vuchovich (0-1) Game 4 - MetrodomeWP: Mike Caldwell (1-0)LP: Frank Viola (0-1) Game 5 - County StadiumWP: Jim Slaton (1-0)LP: Jeff Reardon (0-2)
The Mets get off the deck and win their first game of the year shutting out the Reds 6-0. Sid Fernandez fires a 2 hit shutout and Keith Hernandez goes deep for his first homer of the season. Mets Replay record 1-2.Mets Actual record 3-0.
The Cardinals once again come up with a big inning, this time a 4 run 6th to win 5-3. Braun with a homer for the Cards. Mets Replay record 0-2. Mets Actual record 2-0. So not the start we were looking for to the season, that is for sure.
So far we have held 5 tournaments using Out Of The Park 19 and they have been so fun to play. Canâ€™t recommend this game enough as a great way to play baseballs past, present, and future. We started out tournament replays in the 1990â€™s and as you can see from the winners below just like baseball anybody can beat anybody in a given series. We are now up to 1995 which will be an exciting tourney for sure. Montreal Expos with back to back tourney titles going into 95. Tournament Results 1990 Tournament Champion â€“ #11 Texas Rangers 1991Â Tournament Champion â€“ #9 St. Louis Cardinals 1992Â Tournament Champion â€“ #1 Atlanta Braves 1993Â Tournament Champion â€“ #6 Montreal Expos 1994Â Tournament Champion â€“ #1 Montreal Expos 1995 Tournament Champion -…
What a great way to end an exciting tournament, 7 games in the Finals. Ken Hill wins Game 7 over John Smiley 1-0 (Frazier homer) in a game reminiscent of the 91 World Series. The Reds where able to beat Pedro Martinez twice but the Expos where able to take Games 6 and 7 for the Tournament Championship. Congrats Montreal. Game Summaries Below:
1994 OOTP 19 Tournament Final is now set. Two National League powers will meet as the top seed Montreal Expos will face off against the Cincinnati Reds in a best of 7 for all the marbles. 1994 Tournament Finals #6 Cincinnati Reds vs #1 Montreal Expos