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Solar League Baseball - A Future History: 2536 Regular Season & Postseason

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40 minutes ago, Goran The Man said:

Oh no! I hope PUA stay - they are my favourite team in the league! Please don't finish last in the division!

 

Hey, you never know! Maybe they'll save themselves and get a winning season! Or someday down the road they could get the team back, a la Washington Senators/Nationals. 

 

According to wiki: In 1960, Major League Baseball granted the city of Minneapolis an expansion team. Washington owner Calvin Griffith, Clark's nephew and adopted son, requested that he be allowed to move his team to Minneapolis-St. Paul and instead give Washington the expansion team. Upon league approval, the team moved to Minnesota after the 1960 season, setting up shop in Metropolitan Stadium, while Washington fielded a brand new "Washington Senators" (which later became the Texas Rangers prior to the 1972 season). 

 

And then the Washington National moved in during the 2005 season. 

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2535 Season

 

Divisional Quick Recaps

 

AL Enterprise Division: 

  • In an incredible underdog story, the Luna Apollos leaped from a last-place finish in 2534 to a division title in 2535, clinching their first divisional title since 2512, a 23-year drought.
  • It was a neck-to-neck race for 2nd place in the division and the 2nd Wild Card spot between the Mars Warriors and the Earth Astronauts. The Warriors defeated the Astronauts in a one-game playoff, 10-3, with an eight-run inning. 
  • Defending SLB Champions Venus Sparrows finished 4th in the division. 
  • The Mets finished last in the division with an identical record from last season. 

AL Endeavour Division: 

  • As expected, the Callisto Cubs blew everybody away with an SLB-record 117 wins. Four of their starting pitchers had 5+ WAR, and centerfielder Sean Watkins set an SLB record with 13.7 WAR. Catcher Joel Heuer also racked up 11.6 WAR, good for third all-time. 
  • The Ceres Belters returned to the playoffs for the first time since 2532. 
  • The rebuilding Jupiter Kings has improved their record every year since 2531, building up from 61 wins to 74. 
  • The two recent expansion teams, the Io Vulcans and Ursula Majors, are still finding their footing. 

CL Sputnik Division:

  • Leading the league in stolen bases with 226 swipes, the Venus Reign sped toward their first divisional title since 2531. 
  • The steady Kennedy Rockets finished with 88 wins for the second straight year and will be in the playoffs for the third straight year. 
  • For the first time since 2527, the Valles Marineris Canyons will not be a divisional winner, but they still managed to sneak in with the 2nd Wild Card spot. 
  • The Mendez Islanders improved by 10 wins by winning 80 games this season. 
  • With yet another losing season and a last-place finish, the PUA Emperors will be relocating to the Lagrange Islands. The most likely destination will be Pamoja, the third largest establishment in the SUN. 

CL Soyuz Division: 

  • The Europa Mastodons clinched their first divisional title in franchise history. 
  • The young Neptune Mariners finished in 2nd place with 79 wins, one more than last season. 
  • The Titan Scorpions and the Ganymede Giants, both who made the playoffs last year, finished 3rd and 4th respectively. 
  • The second-year Pluto Hounds are still finding their footing in the Soyuz Division with a last-place finish.

 

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Awards

 

Astro League

Most Valuable Player CF Sean Watkins, Callisto

Pitcher of the Year SP Roberto Ricker, Callisto 

Rookie of the Year SP Ricky Skeel, Mars

Reliever of the Year CL Carlos Whitmer, Earth

 

Cosmo League

Most Valuable Player CF Miguel Valadez, Venus R.

Pitcher of the Year SP Gunther Nulph, Mendez

Rookie of the Year LF Tyler Kelber, PUA

Reliever of the Year RP Alex Loaiza, Venus R.

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2535 Postseason

 

League Divisional Series

  • The Callisto Cubs started out hot by winning the first two games, but the Mars Warriors took them all the way to Game 5, winning three straight games to erase a 0-2 deficit in a massive upset.
  • The no. 2 Luna Apollos picked the Ceres Belters apart by winning the series 3 games to 1. 
  • The Europa Mastodons rumbled through the canyons of Valles Mariners, defeating the Canyons 3 games to 1. 
  • In a see-saw affair between the Kennedy Rockets and the Venus Reign, the Rockets won the last two games to advance to the CLCS. 

League Championship Series:

  • ALCS – With the Cubs out of the playoffs, the Luna Apollos thought they’d have it easy. They were wrong, as the Mars Warriors took them all the way to Game 7. The Apollos prevailed, defeating the Warriors 6-3 at the Lunardome to advance to the Galactic Series. 
  • CLCS – After losing the first two games to the Europa Mastodons, the Kennedy Rockets rode the hot bat of 4-time MVP Bobby Keenan to win four straight games to take the series, 4 games to 2. 

Note: The first Galactic Series where both teams are from the Moon!

 

Galactic Series

 

Game 1: In one of the longest Galactic Series game ever, the 19-inning affair became an instant classic. In the top of the 19th inning, the Kennedy Rockets scored a run to get ahead. But the Luna Apollos responded in the bottom of the 19th inning with a walk-off sacrifice fly from Jorge Chavez to win the game, 4-3. 

 

Game 2: Kennedy second baseman Gabe Louis produced all the offense the Rockets would need today in the club's 8-1 win over the Luna Apollos. Louis was 2 for 4 with 2 home runs. He drove in 4 runs and scored twice and was named player of the game, while Kennedy moved into a tie in the Galactic Series. The Rockets and Apollos are now even at 1-1 in the best-of-7 series.

 

Game 3: Leave it to the veteran. The Kennedy Rockets got a great start from 35-year-old left-hander Zi-jun Wang, who earned player of the game honors today as Kennedy won the contest 5-3 at Kennedy Field. Wang threw 7 innings of 4-hit ball in the win, which allowed the Kennedy to grab a 2-1 lead in the best-of-7 series.

 

Game 4: There must be something in the water on the Moon that makes the veteran perform at a higher level. The Luna Apollos got a great start from 36-year-old right-hander Jared Seiler, who earned player of the game honors today as Luna won the contest 7-3 at Kennedy Field. Seiler tossed 5 solid innings of 4-hit ball in the win, which knotted the best-of-7 series at 2-2.

 

Game 5: An all-important Game 5 of the Galactic Series went into extra innings at Kennedy Field, with the Luna Apollos eventually emerging on top. Luna has Tim Channel to thank, after the designated hitter went 3 for 6 with a home run and 2 singles. He scored 2 times and drove in 2 in the 6-5 victory. John Gordon also hit a go-ahead homer in the top of the 12th inning. The Apollos are now one game away from the Round 4, holding a 3-2 lead in the best-of-7 series. 

 

Game 6: The Kennedy Rockets and the Luna Apollos will take the Galactic Series to a decisive 7th game. In a must-win situation today, the Rockets beat the Apollos 8-4 at Lunardome to force the series into what will essentially be a one-game playoff. Kennedy first baseman Matt D'Ariano was named player of the game in the win after he slugged 2 home runs. He drove in 4 runs and scored twice.

 

Game 7: The Kennedy Rockets ignited a huge celebration as they beat the Luna Apollos 3-0 in Game 7 to win the Galactic Series. Kennedy won the series 4-3, capturing the title for the 1st time.

 

Zi-jun Wang had a game for the ages, throwing 8 1/3 shutout innings with nine strikeouts. He allowed just 2 runs over 15 1/3 innings in the series. 

 

"We stepped it up at the right time, and now we're the champs," said Kennedy manager John Torbeck. "It's a great feeling."

 

The champs finished the regular season 88-74 and claimed second place in the Cosmo League Sputnik. In the jubilant clubhouse after the decisive game, series MVP and center fielder Bobby Keenan said the Rockets have "great fans and they deserve this."

 

"I am so happy for our city right now," he said. “And the people of the Moon too. They got a fantastic series that went all the way to Game 7.”

 

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Game-by-Game Results

G1 – Apollos 4, Rockets 3

G2 – Rockets 8, Apollos 1

G3 – Rockets 5, Apollos 3

G4 – Apollos 7, Rockets 3

G5 – Apollos 6, Rockets 5

G6 – Rockets 8, Apollos 4

G7 – Rockets 3, Apollos 0

 

Past Galactic Series

2535 – Kennedy over Luna, 4-3

2534 – Venus S. over Valles Marineris, 4-1

2533 – Earth over Valles Mariners, 4-1

2532 – Callisto over Valles Marineris, 4-0

2531 – Earth over Venus R., 4-3

2530 – Canyons over Earth, 4-3

2529 – Venus S. over Venus R., 4-2

2528 – Earth over Venus R., 4-2

2527 – Luna over Ganymede, 4-3

2526 – Earth over Mendez, 4-1

2525 – Earth over Kennedy, 4-2

2524 – Venus S. over Venus R., 4-2

2523 – Earth over Venus R., 4-2

2522 – Venus R. over Venus S., 4-2

2521 – Venus R. over Ceres, 4-3

2520 – Ganymede over Mercury, 4-3

2519 – Earth over Jupiter, 4-2

2518 – Mercury over Venus R., 4-1

2517 – Jupiter over Venus S., 4-3

2516 – Mars over Mendez, 4-2

2515 – Ceres over Jupiter, 4-3

2514 – Luna over Mendez, 4-3

2513 – Mercury over Mendez, 4-3

2512 – Mendez over Luna, 4-1

2511 – Ceres over Luna, 4-3

2510 – Luna over Earth, 4-3

2509 – Luna over Mars, 4-1

2508 – Mars over Luna, 4-2

2507 – Luna over Mars, 4-3

2506 – Mars over Earth, 4-2

2505 – Mars over Earth, 4-1

2504 – Mars over Mercury, 4-1

2503 – Earth over Mercury, 4-1

2502 – Earth over Mercury, 4-0

2501 – Earth over Mercury, 4-2

2500 – Earth over Mercury, 4-2

 

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2 hours ago, RedfieldNick said:

Also, the graphic shows Luna winning it all.

 

I suck at making graphics.... 

 

Thanks to everybody for keeping an eye out! Appreciate it. 

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2536 Preseason

 

Hall of Fame

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Tyler Davis, CL (69.6 percent of ballots, 2nd year)

Teams: Venus Reign (11.2 WAR), Mendez Islanders (3.1), Mercury Mets (1.4), Mars Warriors (0.3)

Career WAR: 16.0 

Highlights:

2x Reliever of the Year

2x Galactic Series winner

8x All-Solar

5x Pitcher of the Month

Led the league in saves 3 times

Led the league in games pitched twice

12th all-time with 260 career saves

 

HOF Classes

2536 – CL Tyler Davis (Venus R)

2535 – CL Ryan DeMaggio (Ceres)

2534 – SS Jon Marquez (Jupiter)

2533 – 2B Mike Lazcano (Jupiter)

2532 – 2B Ryan Peterson (Mercury), LF Ryan Cox (Mendez)

2531 – CL Tony Hansen (Kennedy), CL Keith Quigley (Mendez)

2530 – 2B Adam Morgenstern (Ceres), 2B Ian Martin (Luna)

2529 – 3B Peter Dierauer (Mars)

2528 – 3B Rob Beckman (Venus S.), RF Bubba Forrest (Mars), 2B Kyle Recupero (Mars), SP Steve Shook (Luna)

2527 – CL Joe Tieszen (Jupiter), 1B Bret Hopson (Mars)

2526 – no players inducted 

2525 – 1B Skip Flanagan (Earth), C Matt Bradbury (Venus S.)

2524 – RF Josh Macura (Luna), CL Alex Pier (Mercury)

2523 – LF Jim Jackson (Luna)

2522 – RF Miguel Medrano (Mars)

2521 – no players inducted 

2520 – SS Zack Dobson (Earth)

2519 – C Dylan Nulph (Mars), SP Dylan Heuer (Earth)

2518 – CF Luke Tasler (Earth)

2517 – RF Xie-li Shui (Mercury), CL Jerrod Pickens (Mercury), 3B Jonny Furman (Earth)

 

Preseason Predictions

As of Opening Day

 

ASTRO LEAGUE

 

AL Enterprise

1.Mars Warriors

2.Earth Astronauts

3.Venus Sparrows

4.Mercury Mets

5.Luna Apollos

 

AL Endeavour

1.Callisto Cubs

2.Ceres Belters

3.Ursula Majors

4.Jupiter Kings

5.Io Vulcans 

 

COSMO LEAGUE

 

CL Sputnik

1.Kennedy Rockets

2.Venus Reign

3.Mendez Islanders

4.Valles Marineris Canyons 

5.Pamoja Guardians

 

CL Soyuz

1.Titan Scorpions

2.Europa Mastodons

3.Neptune Mariners

4.Ganymede Giants

5.Pluto Hounds

 

Top 10 Pitchers

Position, Name, Total WAR of last 2 seasons (2533-2534), Team

 

1.LHP Ricky Lindsay, 12.1, Callisto

2.RHP Ryan Dennis, 11.5, Venus S.

3.RHP Jose Stephens, 11.5, Ceres

4.RHP Gunther Nulph, 10.9, Mendez

5.RHP Leon Chavez, 10.7, Mendez

6.LHP Sean Matthews, 10.3, Europa

7.RHP Roberto Ricker, 10.2, Callisto

8.LHP Dimitrije Djokovic, 9.9, Venus R.

9.RHP Mike Coggeshall, 9.9, Venus S.

10.LHP Jake Alsworth, 8.7, Europa

 

Top 10 Hitters

Position, Name, Total WAR of last 2 seasons (2534-2535), Team

 

1.C Joel Heuer, 22.4, Earth

2.CF Sean Watkins, 21.2, Callisto

3.1B Ramon Poston, 15.5, Earth

4.SS Chance Larson, 14.8, Valles Marineris

5.CF Jesse Miner, 14.3, Mars

6.CF Brad Lawrence, 13.4, Titan

7.CF Miguel Valadez, 12.3, Venus R.

8.2B Nobuhisa Shimokawa, 12.1, Venus S.

9.LF Mike McKissick, 11.6, Titan

10.3B Mike Lane, 11.3, Callisto

 

Top 10 Prospects 

Overall ranking, Position, Name, Age, Team

 

1.CF Vinny Navejas, 22, Jupiter

2.CF Bobby Calderilla, 23, Venus

3.RF Kimitada Okada, 23, Mercury

4.LHP Mike King, 24, Luna

5.CF Carlos Mejia, 22, Io

6.LF Danny Wimmer, 23, Europa

7.RHP Zach Farnum, 23, Io

8.CF Elias Long, 23, Mars

9.CF Yoshiaki Shibata, 21, Mercury

10.LHP Chris Ashbrook, 21, Pluto

 

Top 5 Farm Systems

1.Ceres Belters

2.Mercury Mets

3.Venus Reign

4.Jupiter Kings

5.Luna Apollos

 

Pamoja Guardians

 

Name: The PUA Emperors has officially relocated to the Pamoja Island of the Lagrange Islands. They will be renamed the Pamoja Guardians, in honor of the open immigration policy. The great city of Pamoja was happy to take in an SLB team as if they were their guardian angel. 

 

Stadium: Their stadium will be set in the lush and dense Pamoja Jungle, surrounded by makeshift tall trees similar to the Redwoods in North America. The stadium is high up in midair, with the baseball field being atop a cutoff tree. The seating is also hoisted in midair using the trees as support pillars, creating a unique jungle environment in the SLB. 

 

Logos and Colors: The Guardians has chosen to go with forest green, purple and light blue for their color scheme. The green represents the Paomja Jungle. The light blue is for the rays of lights that can be found all over Pamoja Island, being used for everything. The purple is for the diversity of cultures that can be found on Pamoja. Many different cultures from all over has the color purple in their scheme for one or another reason. The circle logo found in the logos is a bird's eye view of the Pamoja Island. The three tips are the landing docks of the massive space station. The four "tips" in the bottom of the GUARDIANS wordmark represents the location of Pamoja Island, which is at lagrange point #4.    

 

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RoughRiders99's Notes/Disclaimers:

 

Yes, the Guardians are very Halo-esque. Ever since I started this project, I've always wanted to do a team as a homage to the Halo video games that I played in college. When @BellaSpurs suggested the name Guardians, it just sparked an idea for me and I got on a roll that I couldn't stop and whipped this team up in a night. I really like what I did with this team and I hope you guys like it too! 

 

Also, I'm messing around with the formatting of these posts, so please forgive me if they seem a little crude or anything like that.

 

As always, C+C is appreciated! 

 

Thanks!

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Excellent! While it's very sad to see PUA go, Pamoja looks great. They only suggestion I have is to make add the light blue somewhere on the uniforms. It's a great color and could look really good on those jerseys.

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2536 Season

 

AL Enterprise Division: 

  • Similar to the Apollos from last season, the Mercury Mets responded to their last-place finish the previous season with a divisional title with 94 wins. 
  • The Venus Sparrows relied on steady pitching to enter the postseason with 91 wins. 
  • The Earth Astronauts nearly collapsed in September, but managed to sneak into the postseason with a third-place finish. 
  • Despite finishing in fourth place and missing the playoffs by two games, the Mars Warriors still finished with a winning season. 
  • The defending AL champions Luna Apollos plummeted back to the basement of the division.   

AL Endeavour Division: 

  • Could this be the beginning of the end for the Callisto Cubs? Coming off four straight 100+ wins seasons, the Cubs finished with just 98 wins. But they still were on a whole different level, as they won the division by 19 games.  
  • All four other teams in the division had a losing record thanks to the Cubs' dominance. 

CL Sputnik Division:

  • In a neck-to-neck race, the Venus Reign defended their Sputnik divisional title for the second straight year by one game. 
  • The always-steady Kennedy Rockets landed in second place by just one game. 
  • The Mendez Islanders didn’t do much, but they had a Triple-Crown winner on the pitching side in Gunther Nulph, who led the league in Wins, Strikeouts and ERA. 
  • Over on Mars, the Valles Mariners Canyons finished at .500.
  • Despite finishing last in the division again, the Pamoja Guardians (formerly the PUA Emperors) felt that they had a much better season and a brighter future. 

CL Soyuz Division: 

  • The division came down to a Game 163 between the Europa Mastodons and the Titan Scorpions. The visiting Mastodons tumbled the Scorpions by the score of 5-3 in 10 innings to win the division. 
  • The Ganymede Giants and the Neptune Mariners round out 3rd and 4th place in the division. 
  • The Pluto Hounds are in a massive slump and they need to figure something out soon, or something will happen. 

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Awards

 

Astro League

Most Valuable Player - CF Sean Watkins, Callisto

Pitcher of the Year - SP Roberto Ricker, Callisto 

Rookie of the Year - CF Bobby Diamond, Venus S.

Reliever of the Year - CL Carlos Whitmer, Earth

 

Cosmo League

Most Valuable Player - RF Jack Dill, Titan.

Pitcher of the Year - SP Gunther Nulph, Mendez

Rookie of the Year - LF Danny Wimmer, Europa

Reliever of the Year - RP Alex Loaiza, Venus R.

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9 hours ago, QueenCitySwarm said:

Excellent! While it's very sad to see PUA go, Pamoja looks great. They only suggestion I have is to make add the light blue somewhere on the uniforms. It's a great color and could look really good on those jerseys.

 

9 hours ago, Section30 said:

I really like Pamoja, I agree with @QueenCitySwarm about adding light blue to the uniforms though.

 

You guys are right. I need to figure out a subtle way to add the blues to the uniforms. I'll mess around with it a little bit. Won't be too drastic. Thanks! 

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2536 Postseason

 

League Divisional Series

  • The Cubs outscored the Astronauts 21-8 in four games. Cubs 3B Mike Lane had 2 homers and 6 RBIs to take the series MVP. 
  • The Sparrows flew past their inner-planet rival Mets in four games. 
  • In the Titan-Venus CLDS, it went down to the wire in Game 5, where the no. 4 Scorpions upset the no. 1 Reign. 
  • Building off their wild victory in Game 163, the Mastodons took the series from the Rockets, 3 games to 1.  

 

League Championship Series

  • ALCS – In a mini back-and-forth affair, the Sparrows came out on the top of the favored Cubs in six games. Jake Turpin took the MVP honors with 11 hits, a homer, and two RBIs. 
  • CLCS – Nothing could stop the Mastodons! Europa just plowed right through the Titan Scorpions by sweeping them in four games. 3B Nelson Espino had three homers for the Mastodons. 

Galactic Series

 

Game 1: The Venus Sparrows started the Galactic Series in style today, downing the visiting Europa Mastodons at Statue Field on Venus by a score of 5-3 to stake an early 1-0 lead in the best-of-7 series. Sparrows right-hander Kevin Phelps was named player of the game after he threw 7 innings of 4-hit ball.

 

Game 2: The Europa Mastodons relied on the hitting of right fielder Chris Parks to get by the Venus Sparrows, 6-4, in Game 2 of the Galactic Series today. For the game, Parks went 3 for 4 with a home run and 2 singles. He scored 2 times. The clubs are now tied, 1-1.

 

Game 3: With starter Israel Johnson leading the charge, the Europa Mastodons defeated the Venus Sparrows, 3-2, in Game 3 of the Galactic Series today. The left-hander threw 7 innings of 3-hit ball at Mastodon Fields to help Europa take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-7 series.

 

Game 4: Dan Godar pitched a gem to help the Europa Mastodons escape with a tight 2-0 victory over the Venus Sparrows in a low-scoring Galactic Series contest today. The left-handed Godar threw 9 innings of shutout ball with 10 strikeouts in the win, just enough for the Mastodons on a day when their offense dried up. Europa now leads the best-of-7 series 3-1.

 

Game 5: The Venus Sparrows have closed some of the gap between themselves and the series-leading Europa Mastodons, winning 3-2 at Mastodon Fields today. Sparrows first baseman Jake Turpin was named player of the game after he went 2 for 4 with a home run. He drove in 2 runs and scored once. The win cuts the deficit facing the Sparrows to 3-2 in the best-of-7 Galactic Series.

 

Game 6: The Venus Sparrows and the Europa Mastodons will take the Galactic Series to a decisive 7th game. In a must-win situation today, the Sparrows beat the Mastodons 5-3 at Statue Field to force the series into what will essentially be a one-game playoff. Sparrows first baseman Jake Turpin hit a 3-run home run in the fourth inning to give Venus the lead.

 

Game 7: With a 4-2 win over the Venus Sparrows at Statue Field today, the Europa Mastodons wrapped up their 1st title in team history.

 

The Mastodons left little doubt who was the better team. Celebrating a banner year, "team" was the word of the day in the victorious clubhouse after the game.

 

"Hitting, pitching, fielding; those are all things you need to win, but most importantly you need a team, a team that works together toward the same collective goal," said Europa manager Damien Garegnani. "Our players felt that way all year, and they played that way. When one guy had an off day, 24 others stepped up their game and filled the void."

 

A jovial mood filled the air as Europa celebrated into the night. The city's mayor said parade plans were underway and a "huge celebration" would be in order.

 

"I hope they have a big celebration," Venus manager Jake Cragen said. "They deserved to win this series and they deserve to celebrate it."

 

Mastodons centerfielder Logan Hardi was named the series MVP, batting .381/.480/.714 with 8 hits, 2 homers, and 4 RBIs. 

 

"It's Morphin Time!" Hardi proclaimed. "Mastodon!" 

 

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Game-by-Game Results

G1 – Sparrows 5, Mastodons 3

G2 – Mastodons 6, Sparrows 4

G3 – Mastodons 3, Sparrows 2

G4 – Mastodons 2, Sparrows 0

G5 – Sparrows 3, Mastodons 2

G6 – Sparrows 5, Mastodons 3

G7 – Mastodons 4, Sparrows 2

 

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Past Galactic Series

2536 – Europa over Venus S., 4-3

2535 – Kennedy over Luna, 4-3

2534 – Venus S. over Valles Marineris, 4-1

2533 – Earth over Valles Mariners, 4-1

2532 – Callisto over Valles Marineris, 4-0

2531 – Earth over Venus R., 4-3

2530 – Canyons over Earth, 4-3

2529 – Venus S. over Venus R., 4-2

2528 – Earth over Venus R., 4-2

2527 – Luna over Ganymede, 4-3

2526 – Earth over Mendez, 4-1

2525 – Earth over Kennedy, 4-2

2524 – Venus S. over Venus R., 4-2

2523 – Earth over Venus R., 4-2

2522 – Venus R. over Venus S., 4-2

2521 – Venus R. over Ceres, 4-3

2520 – Ganymede over Mercury, 4-3

2519 – Earth over Jupiter, 4-2

2518 – Mercury over Venus R., 4-1

2517 – Jupiter over Venus S., 4-3

2516 – Mars over Mendez, 4-2

2515 – Ceres over Jupiter, 4-3

2514 – Luna over Mendez, 4-3

2513 – Mercury over Mendez, 4-3

2512 – Mendez over Luna, 4-1

2511 – Ceres over Luna, 4-3

2510 – Luna over Earth, 4-3

2509 – Luna over Mars, 4-1

2508 – Mars over Luna, 4-2

2507 – Luna over Mars, 4-3

2506 – Mars over Earth, 4-2

2505 – Mars over Earth, 4-1

2504 – Mars over Mercury, 4-1

2503 – Earth over Mercury, 4-1

2502 – Earth over Mercury, 4-0

2501 – Earth over Mercury, 4-2

2500 – Earth over Mercury, 4-2

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