Munchkins Take Series Lead With 3-1 Win

The Land of Oz Munchkins have a critical edge over the Dunharrow Devils in the UFBL Championship, thanks to the veteran arm of Rodney Fyrà.

Fyrà, 37, put on a dominant performance at Dunharrow Field today, leading the Munchkins to victory, 3-1, in a pivotal Game 3. Land of Oz leads the best-of-7 series by a margin of 2-1.

Dominic Mithrilbow aided the Land of Oz cause with a 2-run double in the top of the fourth. For the game, the shortstop went 2 for 4 with 2 doubles. He drove in 2 runs.

“We have been clicking right from the start of this series, so our mission statement at the moment is just don’t tinker with anything,” Land of Oz manager Lloyd Alexander told reporters.

The next game is scheduled for tomorrow at Dunharrow Field. Slated to start are Silvian Bramble for Land of Oz and Eva Chiselarm for Dunharrow.

Devils Even the Score with 3-1 Victory in Game 2

Game 2 was big. So was Todo Gilmore.

The Dunharrow starter rose to the occasion at Land of Oz Fields today, earning player of the game honors after leading the Devils to a crucial 3-1 victory over the Land of Oz Munchkins. Gilmore threw 7 innings of 5-hit ball as the Devils won on the road to tie the UFBL Championship Series at 1 game apiece.

Fral Cleverhelm made it 3-1 in favor of Dunharrow when he delivered a 2-run home run. It came with one out in the top of the eighth. The Devils went on to win.

Gilmore called the win the result of “everyone being in sync.”

Game 3 is set to be played Tuesday, November 8th, 2039 at Dunharrow Field. Slated to start are Rodney Fyrà for Land of Oz and Eva Chiselarm for Dunharrow.

Championship Game 1 Victory for LeStrange and Oz

In a pivotal Game 1, the Land of Oz Munchkins were hoping for a big game from starter Farauron LeStrange. They got one.

The right-hander shut out the Dunharrow Devils, proving to be the difference-maker as he led his club to a 3-0 victory. The Munchkins took the 3-0 win over the Dunharrow Devils to seize a 1-0 lead in the best-of-7 series.

LeStrange, a native of Rhun, Unknown Lands, was dealing all game. He kept Dunharrow hitters off-balance, while giving the Munchkins 7 quality innings. LeStrange threw 96 pitches, allowing 2 hits and striking out 4.

LeStrange called the win “a collective effort.”

The next game is scheduled for tomorrow at Land of Oz Fields. Slated to start are Todo Gilmore for Dunharrow and Hosur Ringsmith for Land of Oz.

Devils Crowned Champions

Thursday, November 3rd, 2039
It was all about winning for the Dunharrow Devils — and win they did.

There was nothing fancy in how they went about it, players said, they just prepared mentally and physically and then went out and played baseball.

“We did the little things right and we did the big things right,” said right fielder Bill Sandyman, who was named series MVP. “Now we’re the league champions.”

Dunharrow defeated the Bucklebury Fairies by a score of 7-2 at The Fairie Dome to take the series 4-1.

“Sometimes you get lucky and sometimes you make your own luck,” said Dunharrow manager Tika Dap. “We got lucky a few times, but mostly we did the right things by being prepared for each game and playing the game the way it’s meant to be played.”

the Iron Giant, Fairies Wallop Devils in Game 4

On the verge of being swept and facing a red-hot Dunharrow Devils team, the Bucklebury Fairies had a tough assignment. Galiamir the Iron Giant delivered.

The Fairies second baseman was unstoppable for the visitors, as he was 3 for 4 with 2 home runs and a double, while scoring 3 runs and driving in 2 in guiding his club to its first victory of the series, 9-2. the Iron Giant, 33, was named player of the game for his efforts. The win means Bucklebury now trails 3-1 in the best-of-7 series.

Erling Millstone aided the Bucklebury cause with a run-scoring triple in the bottom of the third. For the game, the right fielder was 1-5 with a triple.

“I thought we played a nice game,” the Iron Giant told the Bucklebury Times. “Good pitching, timely hitting, it was all there.”

Game 5 is scheduled for tomorrow at The Fairie Dome. Slated to start are Gruudash Facestomper for Dunharrow and Hozpog Knifecrawler for Bucklebury.

Gilmore Handcuffs Fairies, Devils Up 3-0

The Dunharrow Devils got an exceptional performance from starter Todo Gilmore, who silenced the Bucklebury offense en route to a 5-0 shutout win in Game 3 of the Return of the King Series today. The Fairies could never get a bead on the right-handed Gilmore, who threw 9 innings of shutout ball to earn player of the game honors. The Devils now hold a 3-0 advantage in the best-of-7 series.

The Fairies had trouble solving Gilmore, who surrendered no earned runs on 6 hits over 9 innings.

“I feel honored to be a part of this team,” said Gilmore.

The next game is set to be played tomorrow at The Fairie Dome. The scheduled starters for the game are Eva Chiselarm for Dunharrow and Vatok Marquez for Bucklebury.

Lómebrildur Handcuffs Fairies, Devils Lead 2-0

Leave it to the veteran.

The Dunharrow Devils got a great start from 34-year-old left-hander Lantai Lómebrildur, who earned player of the game honors today as Dunharrow won the contest 4-3 at Dunharrow Field. Lómebrildur threw 7 innings of 1-hit ball in the win, which allowed the Dunharrow to grab a 2-0 lead in the best-of-7 series.

Lómebrildur was in the zone all game. He frustrated Bucklebury hitters while giving the Devils 7 innings of quality work. Lómebrildur threw 106 pitches, allowing 1 hit and getting 6 punchouts.

“We have been clicking right from the start of this series, so our mission statement at the moment is just don’t tinker with anything,” Dunharrow manager Tika Dap told reporters.

The next game is set to be played Tuesday, November 1st, 2039 at The Fairie Dome. The scheduled starters for the game are Todo Gilmore for the Dunharrow Devils and Vatok Marquez for the the Bucklebury Fairies.

Return of the King Series Game 1 Victory for Facestomper and Dunharrow

The stakes were high. Gruudash Facestomper was ready.

The right-hander turned in a performance for the ages at Dunharrow Field today, pitching a 9-inning, complete-game shutout to lead the Dunharrow Devils to victory in Game 1 of the Return of the King Series. Facestomper held the Bucklebury Fairies to 1 hit and no walks, while striking out 7. The win got the best-of-7 series off to a good start for Dunharrow, which now leads 1-0.

Facestomper pitched a complete game for Dunharrow. The 28-year-old right-hander was charged with no runs on 1 hit. He struck out 7 during his 103-pitch performance.

“We’ll relax tonight and enjoy this win,” said Facestomper.

The next game is set to be played tomorrow at Dunharrow Field. Slated to start are Vatok Marquez for Bucklebury and Lantai Lómebrildur for Dunharrow.

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.