1989 Series 1

 Game 1       123 456 789    R  H E NOTES             
 Jersey Shore 000 100 010 -  2  5 0 W-Tudor L-Higuera
 Tempe        300 210 04x - 10 15 0 HR-Deer GW-Jackson

 Darrin Jackson started off a 2-3 day with an rbi double in the  bottom of the first that put the Tigers ahead to stay. Jose 
 Oquendo, who performed superbly all season for manager Pat Mitchell, also got two hits, with 2 rbi in 4 trips. John Tudor 
 allowed just 3 hits in 7 innings for the win.

 Game 2       123 456 789 0   R  H E NOTES             
 Jersey Shore 000 000 100 4 - 5  7 0 W-Plesac L-Nelson
 Tempe        000 000 001 1 - 2 11 3 HR-none GW-Bradley

 The teams battled into the 10th inning as Jersey gained a split at Tempe. Dale Sveum had an rbi single in the 7th that gave JST the 
 lead until Lenny Harris' single tied it in the bottom of the 9th.  R.J. Reynolds' error on the first play of the 10th put Garry 
 Templeton on 2b. Phil Bradley then drove him in with a pinch-hit single. In an inning that saw another error, a passed ball, a balk 
 and a sacrifice fly, the Tides tallied three more runs to take a commanding 5-1 lead into the bottom half. A leadoff triple and run 
 by Mookie Wilson excited the home crowd, but a JST double play quieted them and the Tides won it.

 Game 3       123 456 789   R  H E NOTES                        
.Tempe        000 110 006 - 8 12 0 W-Franco L-Plesac S-Henke
 Jersey Shore 000 000 050 - 5  8 1 HR-Butler,Strawb'ry GW-Tabler

 Darryl Strawberry's two-out 3-run homerun capped off a 5-run 8th inning and put Jersey up 5-2. The Tides' bullpen couldn't hold off 
 the scrappy Tigers though. The first three Tiger batters reached base in the 9th and Carney Lansford hit an rbi single to make it 
 5-3. Then with two outs, Steve Lyons singled in another run, 5-4 Tides. Pat Tabler and Brett Butler then hit back-to-back 2-run 
 singles giving the Tigers a come-from-behind victory. Strawberry was a perfect 4-4 on the day with a double. Lansford was 3-4 for 

 Game 4       123 456 789   R  H E NOTES                 
 Tempe        000 000 000 - 0  9 1 W-Higuera L-Tudor
 Jersey Shore 000 000 21x - 3  7 2 HR-Strawberry GW-Sveum

 Teddy Higuera won the rematch of game one starters by scattering 9 hits, walking none and striking out 10 Tigers. Darryl Strawberry
 turned in another fine outing, going 3-4 with 2 doubles and a homerun.

 Game 5       123 456 789   R  H E NOTES                                
 Tempe        000 102 000 - 3  9 0 W-Maddux L-Smiley S-Franco
 Jersey Shore 000 000 200 - 2  6 0 HR-Sundberg,Oquendo,Sveum GW-Sundberg

 Jim Sundberg hit a solo homerun in the 4th inning that put Tempe ahead to stay. Jose Oquendo and Lenny Harris combined for 4 of 
 Tempe's 9 hits. Mike Schmidt had 3 hits in 4 trips for the Tides. John Franco was perfect over the last 1.2 innings for the save.

 Game 6       123 456 789 01   R  H E NOTES                                   
 Jersey Shore 002 000 000 00 - 2  6 0 W-Franco L-McCullers
 Tempe        000 000 011 01 - 3 13 1 HR-McReynolds,Reynoids,Oquendo GW-Butler

 Kevin McReynolds blasted a Don August offering in the top of the 3rd inning to give Jersey a 2-0 lead. Bob Ojeda rode the narrow 
 lead through the 7th inning before yielding a run and heading for the shower. Ace reliever Dan Plesac of the Tides couldn't hold 
 off the Tigers in the 9th as they tallied a run to force extra innings. It was not to be for Joe Zinkowicz's squad as the Tiger 
 bullpen allowed only 2 walks in the last 4 innings of the game. With one out in the bottom of the 10th, Brett Butler hit an rbi 
 triple that plated the winner and put the Tigers into the SWBA World Series. Jose Oquendo was a perfect 4-4 at the plate with a 
 double, homerun, rbi and 2 runs scored. R.J. Reynolds turned in a 3-4 outing with a solo homerun. The Tigers advance to the 
 SWBA's second World Series.