1986 Brewers (59), 2004 Brewers (86), 1986 Royals (64), 1969 Angels (79)
Game 1: 2004 Brewers defeat the 1986 Brewers 6-0, player of the game, Ben Sheets was the winning pitcher and had a no-hitter going through 6.1 Innings.
Game 2: 1986 Royals defeat the 1969 Angels 5-1, player of the game was Rudy Law, unsung hero who went 3-3 with 2 HR and 4 RBI’s out of the 9 hole in the batting order.
Game 3: 1986 Royals defeat the 2004 Brewers 8-3. The Royals plated 4 runs in the 1st inning and never looked back, pounding the Brewers for 18 hits. Player of the game was tough to decide, however, Angel Salazar ended the night 4-5 at the plate, scoring 1 run and adding 2 RBI’s.
Game 4: 1986 Brewers defeat the 1969 Angels 2-0. The Angels are eliminated. A bit of a pitchers duel, only 9 hits between the two teams… however, Paul Molitor led off the 1st inning with a homerun, the only offense the Brewers would need. Next up, a rematch with the 2004 Brewers.
Game 5: 1986 Brewers defeat the 2004 Brewers 8-3. The 2004 Brewers are eliminated. Lots of offense to end this game, and when the game got close, Ernest Riles delivered a back breaking Grand Slam to extend the lead out to 5 runs and the 2004 Brewers never mounted a serious threat after that.
Game 6: 1986 Royals defeat the 1986 Brewers 1-0 in 14 innings. The 1986 Brewers are eliminated and the 1986 Royals move on to the field of 64! Not much offense for either side, though the Royals did leave 16 men on base in the contest. Charlie Liebrandt pitched 6 scoreless innings and is named the player of the game.