Category: Dagorlad

Two Towers Series Goes the Distance, Dunharrow Prevails

Thursday, October 27th, 2039
A classic and dramatic Two Towers Series has wrapped up, with the Dunharrow Devils outlasting the Dagorlad Disaster to advance to the Return of the King Series.

Dunharrow won the final game by a score of 2-1 and took the series 4-3.

“We can enjoy this one tonight, but then it’s back to work and thinking about the next win,” said Dunharrow shortstop Alok Elassidil, whose standout performance earned him the nod as series MVP.

Elassidil hit .357 with a .438 on-base percentage. He had 0 home runs, drove in 1 RBI and scored 3 runs.

The Dunharrow Devils will play against the Bucklebury Fairies in the next round. Bucklebury won their series against the Bywater Bounders 4 games to 3. The Return of the King Series schedule will be announced after the Two Towers Series finishes.

Disaster Hammered by Brockhouse, Drop Game 6 to Devils

The Dunharrow Devils and the Dagorlad Disaster will take the Two Towers Series to a decisive 7th game. In a must-win situation today, the Devils beat the Disaster 4-1 at Dagorlad Memorial Stadium to force the series into what will essentially be a one-game playoff. Dunharrow first baseman Asphodel Brockhouse was named player of the game in the win after he hit 2 home runs. He drove in 3 runs and scored twice.

The game turned with no one out in the top of the sixth when Brockhouse hit a 2-run home run. It propelled the Devils into the lead, 2-0.

“Things broke our way today and that’s great,” Devils manager Tika Dap said. “It’s important, though, to stay focused and not pat yourself on the back too much. We aren’t done yet.”

The next game is set to be played tomorrow at Dagorlad Memorial Stadium. Slated to start are Eva Chiselarm for the Dunharrow Devils and Joop Nasor for the the Dagorlad Disaster.

Host Devils Drop Pivotal Game 5, Now Trail Series 3-2

Game 5 was big. So was Sourk Ratbelly.

The Dagorlad starter rose to the occasion at Dunharrow Field today, earning player of the game honors after leading the Disaster to a crucial 5-2 victory over the Dunharrow Devils. Ratbelly threw 7 innings of 6-hit ball as the Disaster won on the road to seize a 3-2 lead in the best-of-7 Two Towers Series.

Higak the Rude, who is a two-time Legolas Fielder Award winner, aided the Dagorlad cause with a 2-run home run in the top of the third. For the game, the center fielder was 1-4 with a home run, while adding 2 RBI and scoring once.

“We’ll enjoy this win,” said the Rude. “But there’s more we hope to accomplish.”

The next game is scheduled for Wednesday at Dagorlad Memorial Stadium. Slated to start are Todo Gilmore for Dunharrow and Noisur Farren for Dagorlad.

Devils Clip Disaster 2-1 in Game 4 to Even Series

The Dunharrow Devils defeated the Dagorlad Disaster, 2-1 in Game 4 of the Two Towers Series today. Earning player of the game honors was starter Lantai Lómebrildur, who threw 7 innings of 4-hit ball. The win moves Dunharrow into a 2-2 tie with Dagorlad in the series.

Tied up with the Disaster in the bottom of the fifth inning, the Devils got a boost from second baseman Mubur Curumo. With runners on 1st and 2nd, Curumo saw a full count fastball from Danya Headon and hit a run-scoring single to break the stalemate and put Dunharrow on top, 2-1.

“I made some pitches when I had to,” said Lómebrildur.

Game 5 is scheduled for tomorrow at Dunharrow Field. Slated to start are Sourk Ratbelly for the Dagorlad Disaster and Gruudash Facestomper for the the Dunharrow Devils.

Dunharrow Wins at Home to Narrow Series Deficit

The Dunharrow Devils have closed some of the gap between themselves and the series-leading Dagorlad Disaster, winning 3-1 at Dunharrow Field today. Devils right-hander Eva Chiselarm was named player of the game after she threw 7 innings of 5-hit ball. The win cuts the deficit facing the Devils to 2-1 in the best-of-7 Two Towers Series.

One important at-bat for Dunharrow came with two out in the bottom of the fourth inning. With runners on 1st and 2nd, Chiselarm hit a run-scoring single, which contributed to the Devils win.

“If I go out there and help the team win, that’s all you can do,” said Chiselarm.

The next game is scheduled for tomorrow at Dunharrow Field. Slated to start are Danya Headon for the Dagorlad Disaster and Lantai Lómebrildur for the the Dunharrow Devils.

Disaster Win to Extend Series Lead to 2-0

A strong performance from pitcher Todo Gilmore was not enough for the Dunharrow Devils, who were stopped by the visiting Dagorlad Disaster in a 6-3 loss in Game 2 of the Two Towers Series today. The Disaster never truly figured out the right-handed Gilmore, who threw 6 innings allowing 6 runs to earn player of the game honors. Still, the Disaster now hold a 2-0 in the best-of-7 series.

Curt Dryadslicer aided the Dagorlad cause with a run-scoring single in the bottom of the sixth. For the game, the left fielder went 1 for 4.

Dryadslicer attributed the win to “energy and focus on the part of everyone.”

Game 3 is set to be played Saturday at Dunharrow Field. The scheduled starters for the game are Joop Nasor for Dagorlad and Eva Chiselarm for Dunharrow.

Disaster Rally Past Devils to Claim 1-0 Series Lead

The Dagorlad Disaster started the Two Towers Series in dramatic fashion today, stealing Game 1 from the Dunharrow Devils in a walk-off. Dagorlad won 2-1 behind a good day from starter Rebo Hill. The right-hander threw 5 innings allowing 1 run in the win, which gave the Disaster a 1-0 lead to start the best-of-7 series.

Haleodur Slezak was the walk-off hero for Dagorlad. With the game tied in the bottom of the ninth inning, the Disaster catcher hit a dramatic solo home run to send the teams home.

“I had everything working,” said Hill.

The next game is set to be played tomorrow at Dagorlad Memorial Stadium. Slated to start are Todo Gilmore for Dunharrow and Joop Nasor for Dagorlad.

Disaster Win Fellowship Series

Saturday, October 15th, 2039
Issth Foriand was a standout performer in the Fellowship Series, but unfortunately the same couldn’t be said for the rest of the Misty Mountain Hops.

The Dagorlad Disaster beat Foriand’s Hops 5-2 at Dagorlad Memorial Stadium tonight, to capture the series 4-1.

Despite the series loss, Foriand was named MVP.

“It’s cold comfort,” he said solemnly when asked about the award. “I’d certainly rather be in Dagorlad’s position than mine.”

The Dagorlad Disaster will play against the Dunharrow Devils in the next round. Dunharrow won their series against the Weathertop Witch Kings 4 games to 1. The Two Towers Series schedule will be announced after the Fellowship Series finishes.

Dagorlad Wins Game 4 in Extras

The Dagorlad Disaster moved to within one game of the Two Towers Series today, downing the Misty Mountain Hops 2-1 in a low-scoring, extra-inning affair at Dagorlad Memorial Stadium. Leading the way for the Disaster was right-hander Sourk Ratbelly, who was named player of the game after he threw 7 innings of 5-hit ball. The win gives the Disaster a 3-1 advantage in the best-of-7 Fellowship Series.

Late in the game, first baseman Borthak the Wicked had a big at-bat for Dagorlad. In the bottom of the 11th, he hit a run-scoring single off Caoimhín Júlia. The play gave the Disaster a 2-1 lead.

“This place was rocking at the end,” the Wicked said.

The next game is set to be played tomorrow at Dagorlad Memorial Stadium. Slated to start are Kate Hilldweller for the Misty Mountain Hops and Snibb *Ninwocket for the the Dagorlad Disaster.

Home Loss Shrinks Disaster’ Series Lead to 2-1

The Misty Mountain Hops have closed some of the gap between themselves and the series-leading Dagorlad Disaster, winning 5-4 at Dagorlad Memorial Stadium today. Hops right fielder Rona Walekino was named player of the game after she was 4 for 5 with 2 doubles and 2 singles. She drove in 2 runs and scored once. The win cuts the deficit facing the Hops to 2-1 in the best-of-7 Fellowship Series.

The game was far from mistake-free. In the top of the fifth, the Disaster committed a costly error on a base hit by Ignatie Nyambek. Misty Mountain scored 2 on the play to take the lead, 4-3.

“You work hard, day in and day out, hoping to give the fans something to cheer about. Today was a good day,” Walekino told the Misty Mountain Today.

The next game is scheduled for tomorrow at Dagorlad Memorial Stadium. The scheduled starters for the game are Tanta Trample for Misty Mountain and Sourk Ratbelly for Dagorlad.