San Diego Tigersharks vs.
Dobson Ranch Bashers

Game Location Results Win Loss Save
1 at Dobson Ranch Bashers 4, Tigersharks 0 J.Flaherty(2-0) J.Berrios(1-1) None
HR – None
2 at Dobson Ranch Tigersharks 8, Bashers 7 (19) D.German(1-0) B.Snell(0-1) None
HR – M.Muncy(3), S.Ohtani(1), A.Bregman(2), M.Machado,M(2)
3 at San Diego
HR –
4 at San Diego
HR –
5 at San Diego
HR –
6 at Dobson Ranch
HR –
7 at Dobson Ranch
HR –
(click game # for boxscore)

series tied 1-1

Game 1 –  October 12, 2019 – Oakland County Coliseum, 62 degrees – Things got ugly right off the bat for Jack Flaherty and the Bashers. A hit-by-pitch and two walks loaded the bases for the Tigersharks. Flaherty took a breath, rared back, then fanned both Max Muncy and George Springer to end the threat. Jack continued from there, pitching the next 5 innings perfectly. Jose Berrios, conversely, started off with 2 perfect frames, then gave up a leadoff single to Francisco Lindor to start the 3rd. Francisco Cervelli followed suit with a single and Flaherty moved them over with a bunt. Ian Happ put DRB on the board with a sac fly. Daniel Descalso walked and Manny Machado hit an RBI double to right center. Jesus Aguilar flied to left, but Shohei Ohtani misplayed it to make it a 4-0 game. The Basher bullpen was up to the challenge and kept the score right there to take game one.

Game 2 – October 13, 2019 – Max Muncy hit a 3-run shot in the top of the 1st inning to put San Diego up. Manny Machado hit a solo shot in the bottom of the inning to cut it to 3-1. Trevor Williams and David Price settled down and didn’t give up anymore runs thru 6 innings. The ‘Sharks got to the Dobson Ranch bullpen in the 7th as Shohei Ohtani went yard to drive in 3 more. The Bashers countered by sending 7 batters to the plate and scoring 3 runs on 2 hits and an error in the bottom half. Alex Bregman homered for SDT in the 8th to give them a 7-4 advantage. It didn’t last too long as the home team got a pair of singles by Andrew McCutchen and Matt Adams to knot the scoreboard. This game went deep into extra innings, deeper than any previous ALCS, NLCS or World Series game. Charlie Culberson broke the tie in the top of the 19th inning with an RBI single. Domingo German pitched a 1-2-3 inning for the win. He tallied 5 innings of one-hit ball with 9 strikeouts. Blake Snell was forced to pitch 2 innings of relief and was on the hill when the winning run scored. Bregman and Javier Baez each had 2 hits for San Diego. Machado had 3 hits for the Bashers.

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NLCS MVP – ?

NLCS MVP././., HR, RBI