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76th ANNUAL WORLD SERIES
July 30-August 13, 2010
National Baseball Congress
Wichita, Kansas
2010 NBC WORLD SERIES
OFFICIAL SCORER'S REPORT
Part 1. Championship game recap
Resiliency: the ability to bounce back from adversity.
The Liberal (Kan.) Bee Jays used that trait in a big way, defeating the Seattle (Wash.) Studs 9-
6 in the championship game of the 76th annual National Baseball Congress World Series. Liberal's
title, its first since 2000, is the fifth for the Bee Jays.
The BeeJays overcame deficits in three of its first five wins, then bounced back from a 5-0 loss
to Seattle in the quarterfinal round to finish with a 7-1 record.
Joe Vaskas went 4-for-5, scored three runs and knocked in three to lead a 15-hit Liberal
attack. He hit a two-run homer in the first that helped the BeeJays to a 3-0 advantage, then scored on
Sam Konnoff's base hit in the fifth to give Liberal the lead for good. Blake Bergeron went 2-for-5 with
two RBIs, including an RBI triple in the sixth as the Bee Jays scored a pair of insurance runs.
Tyler Sturges, the second of three Bee Jay pitchers, got the win while Tomas Cruz squelched
two potential Seattle rallies in pitching 3.1 innings of shutout relief with five strikeouts to get a save.
The Studs (6-2), who finished second for the second time in the past three years, used a two-
run homer from Kevin Corrigan and a grand slam from Kyle Boe in the fourth inning to wipe out a 6-0
deficit. Seattle put two runners on in the sixth and seventh innings, but Cruz thwarted the Studs each
time.
David Benson, the third of four pitchers, took the loss after allowing the last three runs. Taylor
Thompson pitched the final 2.1 innings to run his tournament scoreless streak to 17.1 innings.
Part 2: Tournament statistics
Tournament offense: doing more with less…
The 2010 NBC World Series saw the smallest field since the modern wood era began in 2000,
and was the first time since 1997 that the size of the field was 32 teams. The 32 teams had been a
long-term tournament staple until the number of qualifiers pushed the field into the 40+ team category
for a number of years. It was a good thing, too, since the near-daily parade of 100+-degree days
made it hard for man, beast and (especially) computers.
Home runs, which seemed non-existent in 2009, nearly quadrupled in the 2010 tournament.
Fifty-eight homers were hit, which was second only to the 76 hit in 2002. The number of homers per
game (.92) nearly matched the .94 average in 2002.
There were six grand slams in the tournament, exceeding the 2007 total of four.
Santa Barbara CA had 11 homers, matching the total of Havasu AZ in 2007.
The middle innings were the best time to see a ball sent into a long flight, with 26 total between
the fourth through sixth innings.
Other offensive totals rebounded significantly from 2009.
Tournament batting was .280, again the second highest in the wood era since the .291
average in 2006.
Runs per game: 11.19 in 2010; 11.59 in 2006
Hits per game: 18.33 in 2010; 19.71 in 2006
Stolen bases per game set a record in 2010, with 3.49 per game surpassing the 3.16 done in
2002 (the 78.9% success rate bettered the 78.6% done in 2004 and 2001.
The San Diego Stars had a wood-era record .379 team batting average, breaking the old
record of .373 set by Kenai AK in 2000. Twelve teams batted .300 or better (up four from last year),
while four teams batted under .200 (one more than last year).
Two of the teams that batted under .200, Everett WA (.148 average) and Rock City (.128),
failed to score a run. The Denver CO Bombers hit somewhat better at .227, but also failed to score,
making it three teams that were shut out (a wood-era high).
Tournament pitching: Arm and hammered
Tournament pitching bore the brunt of the increased offense, rising above 5.00 for the first time
in the wood era at 5.02. Only two teams had an ERA under 2.00, but neither of them were around for
very long. The Denver Bombers had the lowest team ERA at 1.69, allowing only three earned runs (of
four total), but not scoring any runs made them loom too large. Three other teams finished with an
ERA under 3.00, but the team awarded the pitching trophy, Santa Barbara CA, was not found in that
number. The Foresters had a team ERA at 2.21 before the semifinals, but exited with a 3.34 grade
after being torched for 10 earned runs in an 11-6 loss to Seattle. Ironically, El Dorado KS, which was
awarded the team pitching title despite not having the lowest ERA among the qualifiers, had the
lowest ERA at 2.84.
Two teams had an ERA over 10.00, with Katy TX the worst at 13.50.
Eleven different teams had shutouts, while the 10 saves in the tournament was a wood-era low
(as well as the .14 save per game average).
Tournament fielding: More glove, less iron
After staying around .954-.955 for the past five tournaments, tournament fielding in this year's
NBC World series rose to a wood-era level of .960 (it was as high as .963 before retreating to the final
total). Errors per game (2.97) dipped below 3.00 for the first time in the new wood era. However,
double plays per game fell to 1.51 per game, higher than only the 1.45/game registered in 2000.
Four teams had a tourney-low two errors, including fielding champion Derby at .989. At the
other extreme, four teams had at least 10 errors, with runner-up Seattle the highest with 16 and
champion Liberal tied for second with 12. The Bee Jays turned a tournament-high eight double plays.
For the second year in a row, no team had fielding under .900, with Greeley CO grading the
lowest at .912.
Errorless games (five): Plaza Tire MO-Seattle WA (#19), Denver Cougars-Rock City NC (#25)
San Diego Force-Kenai AK (#34), League City TX-Kenai (#41), San Diego Stars-Austin TX (#46),.
Haysville KS-Liberal (#56) had the most errors with eight, with the Bee Jays charged with five.
There was one triple play turned: by the Wichita KS Elite Sluggers against Kenai (#26).
Time of games: Faster
Tournament game times were a couple of minutes faster than last year (2:16 to 2:18). Games
were on a 2:12 pace, but the final nine games added nearly four minutes to the average.
Sixteen games lasted under 2:00, with another 16 lasting between 2:00-2:15. Just 10 games
were over 2:45, of which two were over 3:00. One of those was the second semifinal between Seattle
and Santa Barbara (#62), which lasted 3:02; the other was Derby-Crestwood (#37), which went 12
innings and 3:23.
Quickest game of the tournament: San Diego Stars-Austin Gold Sox (#46), 1:20.
Average margin of victory: significantly closer
The average margin of victory rose from 4.01 to 4.71. There were 13 games decided by one
run (down from 22 last year), with eight more settled by two runs. Only five games had a margin of 10
or more runs. Thirteen games had a five-run margin, as many as the one-run games.
The tournament saw the introduction of the eight-run lead rule after seven innings, the first
such rule since the six-run rule after seven innings was discontinued in 2002.
That rule was invoked nine times in the tournament, which brought the number of shortened
games to 12 (three called on the 10-run lead rule after the fifth or sixth inning). However, it's one thing
to have the rule available; it's another matter to attain it: only one of the last 17 games were called on
a run rule.
Just five games required extra innings, with Derby-Crestwood (#37) the longest at 12 innings.
Miscellany
In addition to the triple play that the Elite Sluggers pulled off against Kenai (#26), the 76th
annual tournament saw a double negated on an appeal play, a batting out of order sequence that was
not appealed; and two penalty ball fours.
This tournament was the first time since 2003 that there were no undefeated teams in the
finals (five of the past six champions went undefeated, with Prairie Gravel in 2005 the lone
exception).
It didn't seem like much of a benefit with the string of 100-plus degree days, but there were no
rain delays in the tournament.
The three San Diego teams – Force, Waves and Stars – almost pulled off a trifecta by winning
on Aug. 3, but the Waves lost to Valley Center 4-3.
Part 3: Multi-State League Report
Kansas once again provided the most teams to the tournament with seven. Colorado and
Missouri, with five each, passed California for second place. California and Texas each fielded four.
Washington had two teams, while five others sent in one team.
DANCE BAND STRING QUARTET
KANSAS (7) W L PCT Fin CALIFORNIA (4) W L PCT Fin
Liberal BeeJays 7 1 .875 1 Santa Barbara Foresters 5 2 .714 3
Haysville Heat 4 2 .667 7 San Diego Stars 4 2 .667 5
Derby Twins 3 2 .600 9 San Diego Force 1 2 .333 17
Valley Center 2 2 .500 9 San Diego Waves 1 2 .333 17
El Dorado Broncos 2 2 .500 13 Cal State Totals 11 8 .579 3
Hutchinson Monarchs 1 2 .333 17 TEXAS (4) W L PCT Fin
Wichita Elite Sluggers 1 2 .333 17 Austin Gold Sox 2 2 .500 13
Kansas Corp. Totals 20 13 .606 1 League City Hornets 2 2 .500 13
Columbia Angels 0 2 .000 25
BRASS QUINTET Katy Collegians 0 2 .000 25
COLORADO (5) W L PCT Fin Texas Tea Totals 4 8 .333 13
Denver Cougars 4 2 .667 3
Gunnison Colts 3 2 .600 9 DUET DIVISION
PlayBall Sports 2 2 .500 13 WASHINGTON (2) W L PCT Fin
Denver Bombers 0 2 .000 25 Seattle Studs 6 2 .750 2
Greeley Grays 0 2 .000 25 Everett Merchants 0 2 .000 25
Colo Company totals 9 10 .474 3 Wash Machine Totals 6 4 .600 2
MISSOURI (5) W L PCT Fin
St. Joseph Mustangs 3 2 .600 5 SOLITARY STARS W L Pct Fin
Sedalia Bombers 3 2 .500 7 Kenai Pnsla Oilers 3 2 .600 9
Nevada Griffons 1 2 .333 17 Crestwood IL Panthers 1 2 .500 17
Plaza Tire Capahas 1 2 .333 17 Casa Grande Cttn Kgs 0 2 .000 25
Chillicothe Mudcats 1 2 .333 17 Tm Tulsa OK Red Rockets 0 2 .000 25
Mo Valley Totals 9 10 .474 5 Rock City NC Red Sox 0 2 .000 25
Federation totals 4 10 .286 9
Metro Wichita —Haysville 4-2, Derby 3-2, El Dorado 2-2, Valley Center 2-2, Wichita Elite Sluggers 1-2. Totals 12-10.
Outstate Kansas—Liberal 7-1, Hutchinson 1-2. Totals 8-3.
Denver Division—Cougars 4-2, Bombers 0-2. Totals 4-4.
San Diego Division—Stars 4-2, Force 1-2, Waves 1-2. Totals 6-6.
Name game, edition 2010
There were 821 names entered on various rosters, of which 670 played (81.61%). Most
frequent surnames: Williams (8), Smith (7), Davis (6), and Miller (6). Stunt doubles: Mike Williams (a
pitcher for Rock City and an outfielder for SD Stars), Jake Johnson (Gunnison and SD Waves), Tyler
Smith (El Dorado and Derby).
As far as first names go: Ryan 27 (+1 variant) for 28 flipped slots with Matt 18 (+3 variants for
21). Mike (15) and Michael (13) also combined for 28.
Postscript: Taylor Thompson, Seattle WA Studs
Taylor Thompson's five-tournament career with the Studs has been interesting to look at.
Working exclusively out of the bullpen, he has been a tough customer for opposing batters:
Year ERA W L APP CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA
2010 0.00 2 0 7 1 1 16.33 5 0 0 3 12 2 0 0 56 0.089 0 4 0 1 0
2009 0.00 0 0 4 2 1 10.67 6 2 0 3 10 2 0 0 37 0.162 0 0 0 1 0
2008 0.55 2 0 6 1 3 16.33 8 1 1 7 17 0 1 0 52 0.154 0 0 0 0 3
2007 0.00 0 0 3 1 0 5.33 6 0 0 3 4 1 0 0 20 0.300 0 0 0 0 0
2006 0.00 0 0 3 0 1 5.00 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 0 12 0.000 0 0 0 2 1
Totals 0.17 4 0 23 5 6 53.67 25 3 1 18 48 5 1 0 177 0.141 0 4 0 4 4
Acknowledgements…
This writer salutes the yeoman/yeowoman efforts of Aaron McMullin and Cheryl Kastner ,
doing the scoring while the writer wasn’t there, Gary Goad, Larry Shirk, Rachelle Miller and Bill Shaw
in doing the associate scoring.
And, the writer also thanks Jerry Taylor, Josh Robertson and Casey Walkup for helping this
writer complete his 26th tournament.
Mike Dean
Aug. 13-14
Wichita, Kansas
FINAL STANDINGS OF COMPETING CLUBS
Champion W L Pct 17th place W L Pct
Liberal KS BeeJays 7 1 .875 Cape Girardeau MO Plaza Tire Capahas 1 2 .333
Runner-up W L Pct Chillicothe MO Mudcats 1 2 .333
Seattle WA Studs 6 2 .750 Crestwood IL Panthers 1 2 .333
3rd place W L Pct Hutchinson KS Monarchs 1 2 .333
Santa Barbara CA Foresters 5 2 .714 Nevada MO Griffons 1 2 .333
Denver CO Cougars 4 2 .667 San Diego CA Force 1 2 .333
5th place W L Pct San Diego CA Waves 1 2 .333
San Diego CA Stars 4 2 .667 Wichita KS Elite Sluggers 1 2 .333
St Joseph MO Mustangs 3 2 .600
7th place W L Pct 25th place W L Pct
Haysville KS Heat 4 2 .667 Columbia TX Angels 0 2 .000
Sedalia MO Bombers 3 2 .600 Casa Grande AZ Cotton Kings 0 2 .000
9th place W L Pct Denver CO Bombers 0 2 .000
Derby KS Twins 3 2 .600 Greeley CO Grays 0 2 .000
Gunnison CO Colts 3 2 .600 Katy TX Collegians 0 2 .000
Kenai AK Peninsula Oilers 3 2 .600 Everett WA Merchants 0 2 .000
Valley Center KS Diamond Dawgs 2 2 .500 Rock City NC Red Sox 0 2 .000
13th place W L Pct Team Tulsa OK Red Rockets 0 2 .000
Austin TX Gold Sox 2 2 .500
El Dorado KS Broncos 2 2 .500
League City TX Hornets 2 2 .500
Playball Sports CO 2 2 .500
2010 Champion:
LIBERAL (KS) BEE JAYS
Games Summary
Current winning streak: 2 Longest winning streak: 5 Longest losing streak: 1
Inning-by-inning 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Total
Liberal BeeJays 11 3 11 6 8 8 6 3 6 62
Opponents 2 2 9 9 4 4 2 3 4 39
Win-loss summary:
Total 7-1 Scoring 0-2 runs 0-1 After 6 leading 6-0 Hit 0 home runs 3-1
Home 5-1 Scoring 3-5 runs 0-0 After 6 trailing 1-1 Hit 1 home run 3-0
Away 2-0 Scoring 6-9 runs 5-0 After 6 tied 0-0 Hit 2+ home runs 1-0
Day 1-0 Scoring 10+ runs 2-0 After 7 leading 6-0 Opponent 0 home runs 4-1
Night 6-1 Opponent 0-2 runs 3-0 After 7 trailing 0-1 Opponent 1 home run 1-0
vs Left 1-1 Opponent 3-5 runs 0-1 After 7 tied 0-0 Opponent 2+ HRs 2-0
vs Right 6-0 Opponent 6-9 runs 3-0 After 8 leading 6-0 Made 0 errors 1-0
1-Run games 2-0 Opponent 10+ runs 1-0 After 8 trailing 0-1 Made 1 error 5-0
2-Run games 1-0 Scored in 1st inning 4-0 After 8 tied 0-0 Made 2+ errors 1-1
5+Run games 3-1 Scores first 4-0 Opp. made 0 errors 2-0
Extra inns 0-0 Opp. scores first 3-1 Opp. made 1 error 0-0
Shutouts 0-1 Opp. made 2+ errors 5-1
Out-hit opponent 7-0
Out-hit by opponent 0-1
Hits are tied 0-0
Record when team scores (runs): 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10+
W-L 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 2-0
Record when opponent scores: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10+
W-L 0-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0
Record when leading after (Inn.): 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
W-L 4-0 4-0 5-0 4-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0
Record when trailing after (Inn.): 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
W-L 1-0 2-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1
Record when tied after (Inn.): 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
W-L 2-1 1-1 1-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0
Liberal showed resiliency in winning its fifth championship and the first since the 2000 tournament. Paul
Gonzalez, the leading pitcher and tournament MVP, started and won three games. In its other wins, the Bee
Jays bounced back from deficits several times, including its final two wins after a 5-0 loss to runner-up Seattle
(WA) in the quarterfinals. The Studs erased a 6-0 lead in the championship game, but Tomas Cruz added a
save to two earlier wins to help Liberal prevail.
Liberal (KS) BeeJays Game Results
Aug 1: First round
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Liberal BeeJays..... 401 200 100 - 8 9 1 (1-0)
Austin TX Gold Sox.. 010 000 000 - 1 8 4 (0-1)
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Win--Paul Gonzalez (1-0) Loss--Britt Robertshaw (0-1) T-2:03
Aug 5: Second round
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San Diego CA Force.. 201 000 130 - 7 7 3 (1-1)
Liberal BeeJays..... 010 000 53X - 9 11 0 (2-0)
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Win--Tomas Cruz (1-0) Loss--Danny Stenavich (0-1) T-1:44
HR LBJ - Blake Bergeron
Aug 7: Third round
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Liberal BeeJays..... 001 012 004 - 8 10 1 (3-0)
Santa Barbara CA.... 010 000 001 - 2 6 2 (2-1)
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Win--Paul Gonzalez (2-0) Loss--Thomas Lemke (0-1) T-2:13
HR LBJ - Blake Bergeron (2); SBF - Walker Moore (1), Michael Ratterree (1)
Aug 8: Fourth round
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St. Jos MO Mustangs. 002 001 003 - 6 7 0 (3-1)
Liberal BeeJays..... 005 000 002 - 7 8 1 (3-0)
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Win--Tomas Cruz (2-0) Loss--Ryan Hook (0-1) T-2:22
Aug 10: Fifth round
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Haysville KS Heat... 003 213 100 - 10 11 3 (4-1)
Liberal BeeJays..... 220 304 00X - 11 13 5 (5-0)
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Win--Kennedy Winn (1-0) Save-Brandon Faulkner(1) Loss--Shane Zaruba (0-1) T-2:48
Aug 11: Quarterfinals
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Seattle WA Studs.... 002 030 000 - 5 12 3 (5-1)
Liberal BeeJays..... 000 000 000 - 0 6 2 (5-1)
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Win--Josh Berry (1-0) Loss--Michael McBride (0-1) T-2:14
Aug 12: Semifinals
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Denver CO Cougars... 001 100 0 - 2 6 0 (4-2)
Liberal BeeJays..... 201 160 X - 10 12 1 (6-1)
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Win--Paul Gonzalez (3-0) Loss--Shane Weldon (1-1) T-1:39
HR DNCG - Logan Moore (1); LBJ - Blake Bergeron (3), Richard Bohlken (1)
Aug 13: Championship game
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Seattle WA Studs.... 000 600 000 - 6 9 2 (6-2)
Liberal BeeJays..... 303 012 00X - 9 15 1 (7-1)
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Win--Tyler Sturges (1-0) Save-Tomas Cruz(1) Loss--David Benson (1-1) T-2:40 A-4243
HR STDS - Kyle Boe (1), Kevin Corrigan (2); LBJ - Joe Vaskas (1)
Liberal wins fifth championship overall and second in modern wood era; Seattle runner-up for the
second time in the modern wood era
Championship game box score
2010 NBC World Series
Liberal BeeJays 9 (7-1), Seattle WA Studs 6 (6-2)
Aug 13, 2010 at Wichita, Kan. (Lawrence-Dumont Stdm)
Seattle WA Studs AB R H BI Liberal BeeJays AB R H BI
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Kyle Boe 3b................ 4 1 2 4 Edwin Arroyo 2b............ 5 1 2 0
Dan Ward lf................ 5 0 1 0 Kelby Tomlinson ss......... 4 1 2 0
Mark Rockey 1b............. 5 1 2 0 Blake Bergeron 1b.......... 5 2 2 2
Kevin Corrigan dh.......... 5 1 2 2 Joe Vaskas dh.............. 5 3 4 3
Luke Hetherington cf....... 5 1 1 0 Marc Gomez cf.............. 2 1 1 0
Jett Hart rf............... 4 0 0 0 Sam Konnoff rf............. 3 1 1 1
Derek Jennings ss.......... 3 1 0 0 Richard Bohlken 3b......... 4 0 2 2
Garrett Breda c............ 1 0 0 0 David Masters c............ 4 0 1 0
Brett Wilcox ph/c......... 3 0 1 0 Nick Cocking lf............ 4 0 0 0
Jesse Gibson 2b............ 2 1 0 0 Brandon Faulkner p......... 0 0 0 0
J.T. Zink p................ 0 0 0 0 Tyler Sturges p........... 0 0 0 0
Brian Corliss p........... 0 0 0 0 Tomas Cruz p.............. 0 0 0 0
David Benson p............ 0 0 0 0
Taylor Thompson p......... 0 0 0 0
Totals..................... 37 6 9 6 Totals..................... 36 9 15 8
Score by Innings R H E
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Seattle WA Studs.... 000 600 000 - 6 9 2
Liberal BeeJays..... 303 012 00X - 9 15 1
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E - Breda(1); Gibson(4); Bohlken(6). LOB - Seattle WA 8; Liberal KS 7. 2B - Rockey(1);
Tomlinson(1); Vaskas(4). 3B - Bergeron(2). HR - Boe(1); Corrigan(2); Vaskas(1). HBP - Gibson. SH -
Tomlinson; MGomez. SB - Boe(5); Arroyo 2(5); Tomlinson(12); Bohlken(1). CS - Konnoff(1);
Bohlken(2).
Seattle WA Studs IP H R ER BB SO WP BK HP IBB AB BF FO GO
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J.T. Zink ................. 0.1 4 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 6 0 1
Brian Corliss ............. 1.2 3 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 9 4 1
David Benson L,1-1........ 3.2 5 3 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 14 15 3 4
Taylor Thompson ........... 2.1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 10 5 1
Liberal BeeJays IP H R ER BB SO WP BK HP IBB AB BF FO GO
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Brandon Faulkner .......... 3.2 4 5 5 2 5 0 0 1 0 15 18 4 2
Tyler Sturges W,1-0....... 2.0 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 9 10 2 3
Tomas Cruz S,1............ 3.1 2 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 13 13 4 1
Corliss faced 3 batters in the 3rd.
HBP - by Faulkner (Gibson).
Strikeouts - Boe; Ward 2; Rockey; Hetherington; JtHart 3; Breda; Gibson 2; Bergeron
2; Bohlken. Walks - Boe; Jennings; Gibson; MGomez; Konnoff.
Umpires - HP: Greg Mudd 1B: Mark Wagers 2B: J.Schepis; 3B: Conan Strobel LF: Bill Fogarty; RF
Keith Jackson. Start: 7:16 pm Time: 2:40 Attendance: 4243
Weather: 104d/partly cloudy/wd 23 out to LF
Game: WS7663
2010 NBC World Series
Final Leaders Summary
TEAM BATTING G Avg AB R H 2B 3B HR BB SO SB-ATT
#San Diego CA Stars 6 .379 203 48 77 9 5 6 16 25 15-22
Katy TX Collegians 2 .344 61 14 21 4 0 1 12 6 6-6
Denver CO Cougars 6 .328 204 44 67 15 1 4 20 37 7-7
Liberal BeeJays 8 .315 267 62 84 14 4 5 30 41 24-32
Sedalia MO Bombers 5 .309 181 37 56 13 0 6 18 34 7-8
St. Jos MO Mustangs 5 .309 175 35 54 8 2 3 22 31 4-5
Seattle WA Studs 8 .308 266 59 82 16 3 5 35 50 23-27
San Diego CA Force 3 .308 91 26 28 8 0 1 15 16 1-1
Austin TX Gold Sox 4 .306 108 24 33 7 1 2 15 18 12-17
Derby KS Twins 5 .304 181 28 55 10 3 2 14 39 17-20
Haysville KS Heat 6 .300 223 48 67 15 1 5 29 50 6-8
Columbia TX Angels 2 .300 70 9 21 3 1 0 5 10 1-2
Wich Elite Sluggers 3 .295 78 9 23 1 2 0 4 17 4-4
Tm Tulsa Red Rockets 2 .292 65 8 19 3 0 0 7 11 1-1
Nevada MO Griffons 3 .288 111 17 32 3 1 0 9 25 1-1
San Diego CA Waves 3 .286 98 14 28 4 1 1 13 17 2-4
Santa Barbara CA 7 .268 231 43 62 9 3 11 34 42 6-8
Playball Sports CO 4 .268 127 23 34 7 0 1 23 24 5-7
Hutchnsn KS Monarchs 3 .264 91 22 24 6 1 0 25 11 7-9
Valley Ctr Dia.Dawgs 4 .262 130 18 34 6 0 0 8 24 9-12
Kenai Pnsla Oilers 5 .253 150 21 38 5 1 1 25 33 12-15
Crestwood Panthers 3 .240 104 4 25 4 0 0 12 25 0-2
Chillicothe Mudcats 3 .233 103 12 24 1 2 1 8 15 4-4
Gunnison CO Colts 5 .232 164 25 38 7 2 0 15 28 13-17
El Dorado Broncos 4 .230 139 16 32 10 1 0 18 26 5-8
Denver CO Bombers 2 .227 66 0 15 0 0 0 1 13 1-1
Casa Grande Cttn Kgs 2 .220 59 7 13 2 0 0 12 22 1-2
League City Hornets 4 .207 121 19 25 5 0 1 21 40 20-22
Plaza Tire Capahas 3 .198 96 10 19 1 0 1 10 19 2-2
Greeley CO Grays 2 .164 61 3 10 1 0 1 3 16 3-3
Everett WA Merchants 2 .148 61 0 9 1 0 0 3 20 3-3
Rock City NC Red Sox 2 .128 47 0 6 0 0 0 5 17 0-1
Totals 63 .280 4132 705 1155 198 35 58 487 802 222-281
#--tournament champion
TEAM PITCHING G ERA W L Sv IP H R ER BB SO
Denver CO Bombers 2 1.69 0 2 0 16.0 11 4 3 5 9
Crestwood Panthers 3 1.91 1 2 0 28.1 30 8 6 6 22
Chillicothe Mudcats 3 2.67 1 2 0 27.0 22 12 8 9 22
x-El Dorado Broncos 4 2.84 2 2 0 38.0 36 19 12 10 43
Kenai Pnsla Oilers 5 2.85 3 2 1 41.0 37 15 13 12 39
#Santa Barbara CA 7 3.34 5 2 1 62.0 47 29 23 35 67
Greeley CO Grays 2 4.11 0 2 0 15.1 20 12 7 5 9
Seattle WA Studs 8 4.17 6 2 2 69.0 68 39 32 25 40
St. Jos MO Mustangs 5 4.23 3 2 0 44.2 43 21 21 19 25
Liberal BeeJays 8 4.24 7 1 2 70.0 66 39 33 28 61
San Diego CA Waves 3 4.39 1 2 0 26.2 28 13 13 11 27
Gunnison CO Colts 5 4.60 3 2 1 45.0 34 24 23 22 35
Nevada MO Griffons 3 4.61 1 2 0 27.1 29 16 14 8 26
Haysville KS Heat 6 4.67 4 2 1 52.0 58 33 27 14 45
Plaza Tire Capahas 3 4.68 1 2 0 25.0 28 17 13 7 17
Derby KS Twins 5 4.70 3 2 0 46.0 52 24 24 24 36
Sedalia MO Bombers 5 4.81 3 2 1 43.0 50 26 23 21 24
League City Hornets 4 4.93 2 2 0 34.2 28 19 19 21 13
San Diego CA Force 3 5.14 1 2 0 21.0 28 20 12 15 12
Valley Ctr Dia.Dawgs 4 5.56 2 2 0 34.0 43 24 21 16 24
Denver CO Cougars 6 5.87 4 2 0 46.0 53 33 30 19 43
Hutchnsn KS Monarchs 3 5.88 1 2 0 26.0 32 20 17 15 27
Playball Sports CO 4 6.06 2 2 0 32.2 46 30 22 15 18
Everett WA Merchants 2 6.35 0 2 0 17.0 26 14 12 3 9
San Diego CA Stars 6 6.89 4 2 0 47.0 54 39 36 27 23
Wich Elite Sluggers 3 7.65 1 2 0 20.0 29 26 17 17 19
Austin TX Gold Sox 4 7.71 2 2 1 28.0 39 27 24 18 18
Casa Grande Cttn Kgs 2 7.88 0 2 0 16.0 16 20 14 19 13
Rock City NC Red Sox 2 9.00 0 2 0 13.0 18 17 13 7 8
Tm Tulsa Red Rockets 2 9.53 0 2 0 17.0 24 18 18 9 4
Columbia TX Angels 2 10.00 0 2 0 18.0 33 20 20 12 18
Katy TX Collegians 2 13.50 0 2 0 14.0 27 27 21 13 6
Totals 63 5.01 63 63 10 1060.2 1155 705 591 487 802
#--awarded tournament championship; x-lowest ERA among tournament qualifiers (4 or more games)
TEAM FIELDING G PO A E Pct DP PB SBA-ATT
x-Derby KS Twins 5 138 50 2 .989 4 1 2-4
Kenai Pnsla Oilers 5 123 55 3 .983 2 0 7-9
St. Jos MO Mustangs 5 134 55 5 .974 4 0 3-4
Columbia TX Angels 2 54 20 2 .974 1 0 7-9
Denver CO Bombers 2 48 24 2 .973 0 0 4-5
San Diego CA Waves 3 80 25 3 .972 1 0 2-3
Casa Grande Cttn Kgs 2 48 21 2 .972 2 0 8-9
Denver CO Cougars 6 138 58 6 .970 7 1 13-16
El Dorado Broncos 4 114 44 5 .969 2 2 7-8
Santa Barbara CA 7 186 60 8 .969 5 0 13-19
Chillicothe Mudcats 3 81 33 4 .966 3 0 6-6
Valley Ctr Dia.Dawgs 4 102 40 5 .966 5 0 4-6
Gunnison CO Colts 5 135 62 7 .966 3 1 13-14
Plaza Tire Capahas 3 75 32 4 .964 7 1 11-11
San Diego CA Stars 6 141 59 8 .962 3 0 9-16
@-Liberal BeeJays 8 210 80 12 .960 8 3 5-5
League City Hornets 4 104 58 7 .959 5 1 10-10
Tm Tulsa Red Rockets 2 51 17 3 .958 3 0 4-5
San Diego CA Force 3 63 26 4 .957 3 1 4-4
Everett WA Merchants 2 51 25 4 .950 2 0 2-2
Playball Sports CO 4 98 34 7 .950 3 0 5-8
Nevada MO Griffons 3 82 31 6 .950 1 0 8-10
Haysville KS Heat 6 156 68 12 .949 3 1 8-10
Seattle WA Studs 8 207 80 16 .947 4 0 15-23
Hutchnsn KS Monarchs 3 78 28 6 .946 2 1 5-5
Sedalia MO Bombers 5 129 47 10 .946 3 0 4-8
Rock City NC Red Sox 2 39 12 3 .944 0 1 3-4
Austin TX Gold Sox 4 84 33 7 .944 2 7 15-16
Wich Elite Sluggers 3 60 23 5 .943 2 2 9-10
Katy TX Collegians 2 42 23 4 .942 2 0 6-10
Crestwood Panthers 3 85 22 9 .922 0 1 7-8
Greeley CO Grays 2 46 16 6 .912 3 0 3-4
Totals 63 3182 1261 187 .960 95 24 222-281
#-tournament champion; @-DP champion
INDIVIDUAL BATTING
Min 20 plate appearances G Avg AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB
Jose Behar-SEDL 5 .600 20 5 12 8 4 0 2 2
&Ben Harty-HEAT 6 .500 24 7 12 5 6 0 1 4
Scott Kimble-HEAT 6 .500 16 5 8 2 2 0 1 5
Derek Jennings-STDS 8 .483 29 9 14 10 2 0 0 2
Aaron Bauman-DNCG 6 .478 23 9 11 7 6 0 0 2
Robbie Scott-SDS 6 .458 24 9 11 5 1 1 0 3
Joe Vaskas-LBJ 8 .457 35 9 16 11 4 0 1 0
Matthew Young-SDS 6 .450 20 5 9 3 1 2 0 2
Shain Stoner-SDS 6 .444 18 6 8 5 1 0 1 2
Kyle Boe-STDS 8 .438 32 8 14 9 2 0 1 3
Clifton Thomas-SDS 6 .435 23 9 10 3 2 1 0 0
Brent Seifert-SJMST 5 .421 19 4 8 5 2 0 2 3
Matt Powell-SDS 6 .421 19 4 8 8 2 0 2 1
Devin Kelly-DNCG 5 .421 19 4 8 5 1 0 1 1
Chris Vopenik-GNNSN 5 .421 19 4 8 5 0 0 0 1
HR Champion: Blake Bergeron, LBJ, 7; &--tied with Bergeron (LBJ) for most extra-base hits (7)
INDIVIDUAL PITCHING
Minimum 10 IP App ERA W-L Sv IP H R ER BB SO
Taylor Thompson-STDS 7 0.00 2-0 2 17.1 5 0 0 3 12
Spencer Cuniff-LGCHN 2 0.00 1-0 0 13.1 6 0 0 3 6
John Anderson-DTWN 3 0.00 1-0 0 13.0 8 0 0 4 10
Jesse Meaux-SBF 2 0.75 2-0 0 12.0 5 1 1 2 7
Sean Potter-CHLC 2 0.84 1-0 0 10.2 9 4 1 1 8
Kyle Cremers-HEAT 3 1.50 2-0 0 12.0 12 2 2 2 7
@$Paul Gonzalez-LBJ 3 1.64 3-0 0 22.0 19 4 4 4 19
Scott Wingo-VCTR 2 1.80 1-1 0 10.0 7 2 2 1 7
Bradshaw Perry-GNNSN 2 1.93 1-1 0 14.0 8 3 3 5 9
Tyler Fox-PLYCO 2 2.61 0-0 0 10.1 11 6 3 4 4
@-leading pitcher of tournament; $--tournament strikeout leader
HITS Tot DOUBLES 2B TOTAL BASES TB
Joe Vaskas-LBJ 16 Aaron Bauman-DNCG 6 Blake Bergeron-LBJ 28
Kyle Boe-STDS 14 Ben Harty-HEAT 6 Joe Vaskas-LBJ 23
Derek Jennings-STDS 14 Joe Vaskas-LBJ 4 Jose Behar-SEDL 22
Blake Bergeron-LBJ 13 Jose Behar-SEDL 4 Kevin Corrigan-STDS 21
3 tied with 12 Brock Green-HEAT 4 Ben Harty-HEAT 21
Tot
RUNS SCORED 11 TRIPLES 3B STOLEN BASES SB-ATT
Blake Bergeron-LBJ 9 6 tied with 2 Kelby Tomlinson-LBJ 12-13
7 tied with RBI Jett Hart-STDS 10-11
15 HOME RUNS HR Chris Pacheco-AUSX 7-9
RUNS BATTED IN 12 Blake Bergeron-LBJ 3 Dillon Hazlett-DTWN 6-6
Blake Bergeron-LBJ 11 11 tied with 2 6 tied with 5
Kevin Corrigan-STDS 10
Joe Vaskas-LBJ STRIKEOUTS SO/IP
3 tied with Paul Gonzalez-LBJ 19/22.0
Cole Stevens-GNNSN 16/14.1
Charlie Lowell-BRNC 16/12.0
Brett Nathan-DNCG 14/8.0
2 tied with 13
2010 NBC WORLD SERIES
Game scores and times
Date Gm# Winning team Defeated team Inn Att Time
30-Jul 1 Derby KS Twins 11 Playball Sports CO 0 RR-6 1:33
30-Jul 2 Sedalia MO Bombers 12 Tm Tulsa Red Rockets 4 RR-8 2365 2:11
Day 1 2 23 4 3:44
31-Jul 3 St. Jos MO Mustangs 10 Greeley CO Grays 2 RR-8 2:11
31-Jul 4 El Dorado Broncos 6 Gunnison CO Colts 1 2:13
31-Jul 5 Haysville KS Heat 8 Nevada MO Griffons 3 3488 2:15
Day 2 3 24 6 5853 6:39
2-day tot 5 47 10 10:23
1-Aug 6 Playball Sports CO 6 Tm Tulsa Red Rockets 4 2:12
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