1988 Series 1

Game 1          1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9       R  H  E
88 Warhawks     0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0       O  5  O 
88 Coolers      3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 X       5 10  O

W-Robinson,R    L-Clemens       S-None

The Coolers came out determined in game 1. Having not beaten Roger Clemens all year, the California bats were warm to the occasion
as they jumped all over the Wagram ace. The Coolers sent 9 men to the plate in the lst and pushed across 3 big runs. Clemens was 
gone after 2 innings thanks to the big hat of Mark McGwire. After 1 out, Tony Fernandez singled, was sacrificed to 2nd by Rance 
Mulliniks, the McGwire did what he does best, sending an off—speed pitch deep to left. The Coolers would get no more, but that was 
plenty as Ron "Clemens" Robinson shut the Warhawks out on just five hits. Robinson went the distance striking out 9 and walking 
only 2.

Game 2          1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9       R  H  E
88 Warhawks     4 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1       8 10  2 
88 Coolers      5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0       6  9  1

W-              L-              S-
HR-McGwire, Teufel

Game 2 featured early offensive explosions by both teams, then great pitching and finally a Wagram rally that sent these teams 
packing, tied 1—1. The Warhawks took out their lst game frustrations by blasting Cooler starter Rick Rhoden for 2 homers and 4 
first inning runs. Unfortunately for Wagram starter John Farrell, the Cooler bats were just as hot. A .3—run blast by none other 
than Mark McGwire, a Dave Parker double, and a throwing error by Farrell left the Coolers with a 5—4 lead and the momentum after 
1 inning. CAC added another run in the second and Rhoden, after that rocky first, was starting to settle down. Wagram nicked 
Rhoden for one more in the 4th, making it 6-5 , but that's the way it stayed until that fateful 8th inning. California, clinging 
to the one run lead, finally relieved Rhoden, bringing in Andy Hawkins to pitch the 8th, before Bob Walk would come on to gain 
the save in the 9th. That's the way manager White would have liked it, but Waqram had another idea as Tim Teufel, who already 
had 4 hits in the series, sent a 2 out offering into the CF bleachers for a 7—6 Wagram lead. The tying run got on due to 
confusion in the outfield as everybody converged on Julio Franco's pop fly, but nobody caught it. Wagram added an unearned run 
in the 9th and California's rally attempts were feeble at best, as all they could muster was a 1 out base on balls in the 8th.

Game 3          1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10    R  H  E
88 Coolers      3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2  l    7 10  0 
88 Warhawks     0 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0  0    6 12  1

W-              L-              S-
HR-D.Parker 2, Bernazard

The Coolers jumped on Rick Sutcliffe early in game 3 as Vince Coleman led off the first with a single and McGwire followed with
a 2 out double. Dave Parker then hit a 2-run shot for a 3—0 lead. Each team added a single tally i the 2nd and CAC went into the 
bottom of the 6th with a 4—1 lead and seemed to be cruising to a victory, but Wagram woke up and pounded in 5 runs in the inning. 
Andre Dawson led off with a double and Leon Durham singled him in. After a wild pitch, Mike LaValliere singled Durham to 3rd and 
Tracy Jones then singled to score run #2. With 2 on and none out, Tony Bernazard hit a 3-run shot to put WAW up 6—4. Wagram 
seemed to have the game in the bag as Dave Righetti came on to retire the first 2 in the ninth. Then disaster struck. Tommy Herr 
walked and Jose Canseco came through with a pinch-hit single, 2 on - 2 out. Coleman then stepped up and smacked one off the LF 
fence scoring both runs and tying the game. Then with 2 out in the 10th, Parker hit his second dinger of the game, a solo
shot for the win. Sutcliffe struck 10 in 7 innings for the losers.

Game 4          1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9       R  H  E
88 Coolers      0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0       2  6  2 
88 Warhawks     0 0 2 0 0 0 4 1 X       7  9  0

W-Clemens,R     L-Young,Cu      S-
HR-Whitt, Cotto

Game 4 saw Roger Clemens looking to avenge his first game shelling. Wagram drew first blood in the 3rd as LaValliere led "off with 
a single and Curt Young, CAC's last minute starter, muffed Clemens' sac bunt attempt. Tracy Jones then came through again doubling 
in both runs and the Warhawks led 2*0. California evened it up in the 4th on Ernie Whjtt's 2 out, 2-run blast, but that was all 
the Coolers could muster against Clemens as he went the distance allowing 6 hits and fanning 9. Wagram, though went on to score 4 
runs in the 7th as CAC played sloppy defense, an error and a passed ball went along with 4 WAW singles and a double in the inning. 
Henry Cotto added a solo pinch-hit HR in the 8th and Wagram evened the series at two with a 7-2 win.

Game 5          1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9       R  H  E
88 Coolers      3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3       8 14  0 
88 Warhawks     0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1       2 10  1

W-Robinson,R    L-              S-

Ron Robinson allowed 3 hits in 6 innings of shutout ball for his 2nd win in the 5 games played. In the first, Julio Franco booted 
Canseco's grounder to load the bases. McGwire then walks in Coleman, Lake sacrifice flies in Herr and Ken Williams hits an RBI 
single for 3 unearned runs. The Coolers added a pair in the 71:11 when Williams singled and Luis Salazar homered for a 5-0 
advantage. In the bottom half, the Warhawks managed a bases loaded one out situation, but failed to score. The Coolers tallied 3 
more in the 9th and barely missed 4 more as the inning ended on a DP to RF with the bases loaded.

Game 6          1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9       R  H  E
88 Warhawks     2 0 0 5 2 3 0 0 0      12 13  1 
88 Coolers      3 0 2 3 0 3 2 0 X      13 17  O

W-Hawkins,A     L-Leiper        S-
HR-Dawson 2, D.Parker, Mullinkiks, Teufel

California came home to the friendly confines of Wrigley Field with a 3 games to 2 edge. The fans definitely got their money's 
worth in this wild one as the home team rallied to win it and advance to the World Series. Luis Polonia led off the game with a 
double, advanced to 3b on a passed ball and scored on a Bobby Bonilla SF. Dawson then hit a solo shot for a 2—0 lead. It didn't 
last long, as Coleman singled, stole second, advanced to 3b on a fly ball and scored on Mulliniks' double. One out later, Parker 
hit it for the distance. In the 3rd, Fernandez doubled and Mulliniks homered for a 5—2 CAC lead. The top of the 4th saw Andre 
Dawson triple, Teufel walk, Durham sac fly in Dawson, LaValliere double in Teufel, and Ward hit a loop single. Mark Eichorn then 
doubled in LaValliere followed by Polonia's 2-rbi single. In CAC's half, Williams, Herr and Horton single, Coleman reaches on a 
FC and steals 2b, Fernandez beats Franco's throw for an rbi infield single, and Coleman scores on Mulliniks grounder, 8-7 
California. In the WAW 5th, Dawson gets hit by Horton and Teufel clears the ivy, 8. In the 6th, Polonia singles, Horton balks, 
Bonilla doubles home Luis, and Dawson greets Hawkins with a blast to CF, 12—8 Wagram. CAC comes back in the bottom as Fernandez 
and Mulliniks single; McGwire reaches on Bonilla's error to load the bases. Parker’s FC scores Fernandez , Whitt doubles in 
Mulliniks, Williams is hit by Righetti and Herr walks in a run. The 7th saw Coleman single, advance to second on Fernandez's bunt
and score on Mulliniks' double. Rance then scored the winning run on Parker's single. Hawkins shut down the Wagram attack with one 
hit over the last 3.1 for the win. Dave Leiper was on the hill to finish the game and take the loss for Wagram.