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2031 Playoff Report

Frontier League: In a matchup featuring the Frontier League's winningest squad against the defending world champions, the Portland Skunks outlasted the Cincinnati Spiders in seven games. Portland first baseman Jeff Bagwell was named MVP after hitting .320 with 5 homers and 10 RBI's, including game-winning homers with two outs in the ninth inning of Game One and Game Three. Portland left fielder Mike Easler hit .333 with 3 homers and 8 RBI's, including two homers in the decisive Game Seven. Southpaw Jarrod Washburn went 1-0 with a 1.32 ERA, surrendering just one earned run in 7.2 innings in Game Seven. Cincinnati was led by second baseman Junior Spivey, who hit .308 with 3 homers and 7 RBI's, and southpaw Ricky Romero, who went 1-0 with a 2.25 ERA and 16 strikeouts in 16 innings. The Baltimore Robins, making their first playoff appearance in twelve years, upset the Seattle Whales, as the two teams traded victories throughout the seven-game series. Baltimore catcher Gary Sanchez took home MVP honors, hitting .385 with 5 homers and 13 RBI's. Right fielder Hal McRae hit .357 with a homer, 6 runs scored, and 4 RBI's. Lefty Clayton Richard went 2-0, including a Game Seven victory, with a 0.52 ERA in 17.1 innings, while Randy Johnson went 2-0 with a 1.69 ERA and 25 strikeouts, including a 2-hit, 13-strikeout gem in Game Five. Seattle rightfielder Sherry Magee hit .310 with 3 homers and 5 RBI's. The London Werewolves ousted the Chicago Mules in seven games. London was led by first baseman Greg Gagne, who hit .379 with 5 doubles and 3 RBI's, and second baseman Ryne Sandberg, who hit .323 with a homer and 6 RBI's. Starting pitchers Vern Olsen, Alex Wood, and Frank Papish combined for a 3-0 record and a 1.64 ERA in five starts. Chicago first baseman George Altman was named MVP in a losing effort, hitting .414 with 3 homers and 10 RBI's. In the lone Wild Card series that didn't go the full seven games, the Denver Spikes dominated the favored Detroit Purple Gang in a five-game romp. Denver second baseman Bernie Friberg was named MVP after hitting .500 with a homer and 3 RBI's. Right fielder Felix Jose hit .320 with 2 homers and 4 RBI's, including an 11th inning walk-off blast in Game Five. Chick Brandom led a dominant Denver bullpen, as he pitched 6 shutout innings, and the bullpen allowed just 7 hits and 1 run in 16 innings. Detroit right fielder Larry Sheets popped 3 solo homers, and Charlie Puleo threw 8 shutout innings, allowing just one hit and whiffing 11 Denver hitters.

Baltimore's magic ran out in the Division Series, as Portland swept the Robins, outscoring them 21-2. Portland right fielder Cliff Floyd took home the hardware, hitting .438 with 6 extra-base hits and 3 RBI's. Left fielder Mike Easler hit .313 with 2 homers and a series-high 8 RBI's. Lefty Mark Thurmond and righhander Kyle Snyder combined for 17 shutout innings. Baltimore right fielder Hal McRae provided the only offense for the Robins, hitting .294 and driving in both of their runs with a pair of solo shots. The London Werewolves upended the Denver Spikes in six games, with left fielder Duffy Lewis hit .522 with 3 doubles, 6 runs scored and 3 RBI's. Ryne Sandberg hit .333 with a homer and 8 RBI's. Righthander Frank Papish went 1-0 with a 1.38 ERA in 13 innings. Denver was led by right fielder Felix Jose, who hit .417 with a homer and 7 RBI's. In the League Championship Series, the Portland Skunks nearly blew a three-games-to-one lead, before eliminating the London Werewolves in seven games to make their first World Series appearance. Portland left fielder Mike Easler earned MVP honors, hitting .417 with a homer and 8 RBI's. Second baseman John Knight hit .379 and slugged .690, popping 2 homers, scoring 5 runs, and plating 5 runners, and third baseman Mike Moustakas drove in a team-high 11 runs. Righthander Denny McLain filled in admirably for Jarrod Washburn, who tore an elbow ligament, going 2-0 with a 1.35 ERA. Ryne Sandberg starred once again for London, hitting .462 with 2 homers, 7 runs scored, and 11 RBI's.

Continental League: The Albuquerque Conquistadors, owners of the best offense in baseball, pounded the Jacksonville Gulls, scoring 34 runs in a five-game victory. Conquistadors catcher Tex Erwin earned MVP honors, hitting .500 with 2 homers and 5 RBI's. Third baseman Frank Baker hit .474 with a homer and 5 RBI's, while right fielder Doc Miller hit .400 with 2 homers and drove in 8 runs. Dave Righetti won both his starts for Albuquerque. Center fielder Roy Weatherly led Jacksonville, hitting .400 with 7 RBI's. The Dallas Wildcatters, who only clinched a playoff spot on the final day of the year, upset the heavily-favored Los Angeles Kangaroos in five games. Right fielder George "High Pockets" Kelly earned MVP honors after hitting .556 with 3 homers and 7 RBI's, and first baseman Brad Fullmer hit .400 with 2 homers and 7 RBI's. Righthander Hank Borowy went 2-0 with a 3.21 ERA. DH Norm Cash led Los Angeles, hitting .350 with a homer and 5 RBI's. The Las Vegas Aces knocked off the New Orleans Crawfish in six games, with DH George Bell taking home MVP honors after hitting .375 with 4 homers and 11 RBI's. Right fielder Tony Gwynn hit .346, swiped 3 bases, and scored 6 runs. Roberto Hernandez led a strong bullpen, surrendering just one hit in 4.2 shutout innings and earning the win in Game Six. The Washington Ambassadors knocked off the Phoenix Lizards in six games, with shortstop Miguel Tejada taking home the hardware after hitting .440 with 2 homers and 10 RBI's. Third baseman Mike Benjamin hit .478 with a homer and 6 RBI's. Center fielder Johnny Groth hit .364 with 7 RBI's. Closer Chris Short notched three saves in 6 shutout innings of 2-hit ball.

In a shocking upset, the Dallas Wildcatters, who had a negative run differential on the season, upended the 99-win Albuquerque Wildcatters in 7 games, taking Game Seven in dramatic fashion by scoring 5 runs in the top of the ninth inning to erase a 5-1 deficit. Right fielder George "High Pockets" Kelly led Dallas, hitting .323 with 2 homers and 10 RBI's, including a grand slam in the top of the ninth inning of Game Seven. Dallas left fielder Mike Greenwell hit .346 with a .469 on-base percentage. Righthander Hank Borowy went 1-0 with a 3.21 ERA. Albuquerque first baseman earned MVP honors in a losing effort, hitting .464 with 2 homers and 8 RBI's. Albuquerque left fielder Andy Tomberlin hit .345 with 4 homers and 7 RBI's. Remarkably, Dallas won despite being outhomered 13-5 by Albuquerque. After dropping Game One of the League Championship Series to the Las Vegas Aces, the Washington Ambassadors pulled out four consecutive victories by a combined seven runs. Washington first baseman Lee Stevens took MVP honors after hitting .421 with 2 homers and 10 RBI's- driving in more than half the Ambassadors' runs in the series. Shortstop Miguel Tejada hit .316, and first baseman Eddie Robinson hit .300 and scored 3 runs. Las Vegas was led offensively by catcher Miguel Olivo, who hit .389 and scored four runs. On the mound, relievers Mike Cuellar and Yhency Brazoban combined for 8 shutout innings, allowing just two hits. In the League Championship Series, the Dallas Wildcatters edged the Washington Ambassadors in seven games. Dallas right fielder George "High Pockets" Kelly continued his strong postseason, earning MVP honors after hitting .406 with 3 homers and 6 RBI's. Center fielder Jim Busby hit .486 with 17 hits and 8 runs scored. Right hander Dinelson Lamet went 1-0 with a 2.02 ERA, while Hank Borowy notched the win in Game Seven and posted a 2.81 ERA, striking out 16 batters in 16 innings. Catcher Stephen Vogt led Washington, hitting .389 with 3 homers and 11 RBI's.

World Series: The matchup of two first-time World Series participants was a mismatch on paper, as the Portland Skunks won 104 games, and led the Frontier League in runs scored, while the 86-win Dallas Wildcatters posted a -20 run differential on the season and finished just 16th in the Continental League in runs scored. Portland dominated Dallas in five games, outscoring Dallas 42-14 along the way, and winning each game by at least six runs.

Portland blasted Dallas 12-2 in Game One, pounding six homers, as Mark Thurmond threw a complete-game seven-hitter, while Dallas rookie hurler Red Ames surrendered nine runs in four innings. Third baseman Mike Moustakas went 3-for-3 with 2 homers and 2 walks. Cliff Floyd doubled twice, homered, and drove in 3 runs, and Mike Easler homered and drove in 3 runs. Portland took Game Two by a 9-2 score, with Butch Henry throwing a complete game. Portland center fielder Dave Henderson had three hits, including a homer, and drove in 4 runs, while Jeff Bagwell popped his first homer since the League Championship Series.

Dallas fought back to take Game Three by a 5-2 score, as Hank Borowy outdueled Denny McLain to bring his postseason record to 5-0. Wildcatters sluggers Mike Greenwell and Brad Fullmer broke the game open with back-to-back homers off McLain in the sixth inning. Mike Easler and Dave Henderson popped solo blasts for Portland, bringing Easler within one RBI of the single-season postseason record held by Jody Davis (31). Portland took Game Four 6-1, as Kyle Snyder threw a six-hit complete game. Catcher Michael Barrett homered and drove in five runs, while Cliff Floyd hit a two-run triple. Portland clinched the series in Game Five, winning 12-4, as Mark Thurmond posted another complete-game victory. Portland left nothing to chance, erupting for six runs in the top of the first inning, as Dave Henderson popped a bases-loaded double. Henderson posted 3 hits, with 3 runs scored and 3 RBI's, and Jeff Bagwell pounded 3 hits, including a homer and a triple, and drove in 4 runs.

Portland centerfielder Dave Henderson was named World Series MVP, hitting .524 and slugging an incredible 1.238, with 4 round-trippers and 11 RBI's. Michael Barrett and Cliff Floyd each hit .429, combining for 3 homers and 13 RBI's. Mike Moustakas launched 3 homers, while Jeff Bagwell and second baseman John Knight each ripped a pair of homers and drove in 6 runs apiece. Mark Thurmond led the way on the mound, going 2-0 with a 2.50 ERA. Left fielder Mike Greenwell led Dallas, hitting .400 and slugging .800 with a homer and 3 RBI's.
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Frontier League MVP: Corey Seager, SS, CIN (28): .364/ .444/ .636, 222 hits, 32 doubles, 4 triples, 42 HR, 127 RBI, 122 runs, 90 BB, 2 SB, +7.1 Zone Rating 179 OPS+, 11.1 WAR
Second place- Jeff Bagwell, 1B, POR (17): .341/ .459/ .705, 193 hits, 29 doubles, 6 triples, 55 HR, 143 RBI, 134 runs, 112 BB, 9 SB, 199 OPS+, 11.0 WAR
Third place- Ryne Sandberg, 2B, LON: .368/ .428/ .619, 228 hits, 29 doubles, 5 triples, 39 HR, 127 RBI, 130 runs, 64 BB, 66 SB, +9.3 Zone Rating, 166 OPS+, 9.9 WAR
Fourth place- Minnie Minoso, LF, TOR: .348/ .427/ .646, 210 hits, 36 doubles, 48 HR, 123 RBI, 136 runs, 62 BB, 17 SB, 176 OPS+, 8.2 WAR
Fifth place- Steve Barber, LHP, DEN (3): 21-8, 2.25 ERA, 1.10 WHIP, 268 IP, 228 K, 92 BB, 10 CG, 3 shutouts, 199 ERA+, 8.3 WAR

Frontier League Cy Young Award- Steve Barber, DEN (44): 21-8, 2.25 ERA, 1.10 WHIP, 268 IP, 228 K, 92 BB, 10 CG, 3 shutouts, 199 ERA+, 8.3 WAR
Second place- Randy Johnson, BAL (3): 17-4, 1.87 ERA, 0.95 WHIP, 207 IP, 239 K, 67 BB, 4 CG, 1 shutout, 236 ERA+, 7.6 WAR
Third place- Jose Guzman, SEA (1): 23-5, 2.64 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, 256 IP, 237 K, 90 BB, 10 CG, 3 shutouts, 167 ERA+, 4.9 WAR
Fourth place- Bob Moose, CHI: 18-7, 2.97 ERA, 1.17 WHIP, 237 IP, 250 K, 65 BB, 7 CG, 2 shutouts, 149 ERA+, 9.3 WAR
Fifth place- Smoky Joe Wood, PIT: 21-8, 3.21 ERA, 1.26 WHIP, 264 IP, 257 K, 107 BB, 5 CG, 2 shutouts, 138 ERA+, 9.3 WAR

Frontier League Rookie of the Year- Joe DiMaggio, CF, BOS (27): .311/ .362/ .550, 188 hits, 29 doubles, 5 triples, 35 HR, 144 RBI, 99 runs, 40 BB, 2 SB, +14.9 Zone Rating, 135 OPS+, 7.3 WAR
Second place- Don Wilson, RHP, KC (21): 11-11, 2.59 ERA, 1.22 WHIP, 215 IP, 204 K, 86 BB, 2 CG, 170 ERA+, 7.1 WAR
Third place- Rich Nye, LHP, PHI: 19-10, 2.88 ERA, 1.06 WHIP, 231 IP, 163 K, 74 BB, 1 CG, 1 shutout, 153 ERA+, 6.0 WAR

Continental League MVP- Frank Baker, 3B, ALB (48): .383/ .463/ .759, 230 hits, 34 doubles, 15 triples, 54 HR, 164 RBI, 151 runs, 91 BB, 12 SB, 206 OPS+, 12.0 WAR
Second place- Dots Miller, 1B, ATL: .344/ .397/ .669, 220 hits, 59 doubles, 4 triples, 47 HR, 119 RBI, 143 runs, 55 BB, 37 SB, 173 OPS+, 7.7 WAR
Third place- George Brett, 1B, ALB: .341/ .425/ .643, 212 hits, 54 doubles, 11 triples, 37 HR, 149 RBI, 138 runs, 98 BB, 10 SB, +9.1 Zone Rating, 169 OPS+, 8.8 WAR
Fourth place- Larry Hisle, LF, HOU: .362/ .447/ .634, 220 hits, 39 doubles, 3 triples, 40 HR, 112 RBI, 126 runs, 89 BB, 18 SB, 182 OPS+, 9.6 WAR
Fifth place- Tex Erwin, C, ALB: .296/ .402/ .623, 143 hits, 27 doubles, 1 triple, 43 HR, 121 RBI, 116 runs, 86 walks, 11 steals, 158 OPS+, 7.6 WAR

Continental League Cy Young Award- Don Drysdale, SA (37): 16-5, 2.75 ERA, 0.92 WHIP, 216 IP, 230 K, 18 BB, 2 CG, 1 shutout,168 ERA+, 8.9 WAR
Second place- Ron Kline, LV (6): 20-6, 2.44 ERA, 1.08 WHIP, 203 IP, 166 K, 60 BB, 193 ERA+, 4.2 WAR
Third place- John Montefusco, ATL (2): 15-12, 3.12 ERA, 1.19 WHIP, 269 IP, 204 K, 79 BB, 6 CG, 2 shutouts, 156 ERA+, 7.3 WAR
Fourth place- Red Ames, DAL: 15-12, 3.10 ERA, 1.17 WHIP, 218 IP, 286 K, 87 BB, 157 ERA+, 6.2 WAR
Fifth place- Nap Rucker, LA (2): 19-12, 3.15 ERA, 1.24 WHIP, 232 IP, 226 K, 101 BB, 1 CG, 154 ERA+, 5.9 WAR

Continental League Rookie of the Year- Jim Greengrass, LF/ RF, ATL (48): .355/ .412/ .605, 226 hits, 26 doubles, 8 triples, 39 HR, 118 RBI, 122 runs, 58 BB, 14 SB, 162 OPS+, 7.9 WAR
Second place- Red Ames, RHP, DAL: 15-12, 3.10 ERA, 1.17 WHIP, 218 IP, 286 K, 87 BB, 157 ERA+, 6.2 WAR
Third place- Steve Woodard, RHP, LA: 18-9, 3.77 ERA, 1.12 WHIP, 229 IP, 190 K, 23 BB, 129 ERA+, 4.9 WAR

Top draft picks: 1. Larry Walker, RF, Milwaukee Raccoons
2. Robin Yount, SS, Memphis River Pirates
3. Kal Daniels, LF, Kansas City Mad Hatters
4. Chris Carpenter, RHP, Hartford Huskies
5. Russ Christopher, RHP, New York Emperors
6. Jack Coombs, RHP, Montreal Knights
7. Hanley Ramirez, SS, Oklahoma City Otters
8. Dale Murphy, CF, Anaheim Antelopes
9. Andrew McCutchen, CF, Vancouver Viceroys
10. Sherm Lollar, C, Calgary Cattle Rustlers
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