Game Recap -
It was game two of the championship finals. It was a must win for the Yankees after they dropped game one, 9-7. Lamb Division
Cy Young winner James Resue took to the mound for the Yankees, hoping they could beat the man no one could hit. Kyle McKelvey
lived up to the hype as he only allowed 3 hits. The No Names started the game with a 3-0 lead,
after Resue walked in three runs. Those three runs proved to be huge over the course of the game. Resue then calmed down and
pitched three scoreless innings. The Yankees struck back in the bottom of the 3rd, when James Resue hit his 13th home run
of the playoffs to bring the game to 3-2. Kyle got some revenge though in the top of the 5th, by belting a solo shot into
LF. That HR was also huge, as it would prove to be the game winner.
The Yankees had a chance to at least tie the game though in the bottom of
the 6th. After a couple of walks, the Yankees had men on first and second with no outs. Kyle bounced back and struck out the
next batter. With one out, Brandon DeNoyer grounded into a force out, but that allowed James Resue to round third and score.
On his way home he plowed over Jesse Horwedel. If Jesse would have been able to hold on to the ball and tag out James the
game would have been over. Yet the run scored and the Yankees were in business. Trailing by only one run, they had the Joseph
on third base waiting to tie the game up. Yet Jesse Reksc went down on strikes, and the No Names won the Championship. Kyle
McKelvey picked up the Finals MVP with his clutch pitching and his big hits. Congrats to everyone on a great season!