The WIB didn't quite have the luck of the JYD, but it wasn't much better.
Game 1- Grienke vs. Strasburg ends up being the advertised pitching duel with only three runs scored, all for WIB in this case. Strasburg throws the complete game shutout. WIB 3-0
Game 2- Another pitching duel in this one between Syndergaard and deGrom (or is it that our hitters suck?), but this game was scorless until the 8th, when the Enforcers got three runs and that was more than enough. Enforcers 3-0
Game 3- Chris Archer and Jose Quintana in the middle game, and despite the lack of fireworks from the offense, it was a four-run 7th from the Enforcers that put them in the lead to stay. Enforcers 7-2
Game 4- After the offensive explosion in the previous game, King Felix and Eickoff got the series back to where it had been previously by shutting down the hitters for the regulation nine innings, including McCutchen getting thrown out at the plate. Betances came into the game in the bottom of the 10th, and it was a Machado 1-13 single that eventually drove home the winning run. Enforcers 1-0
Game 5- In a series that belonged to the pitchers, WIB's Kevin Gausman aimed to change all the narrative. The Enforcers battered him for runs in the first three innings and then took a few innings off before dropping seven on him in the 7th, including a grand slam from Wil "rally killer" Myers. Miguel Gonzalez cruised to the victory under the power of a dozen runs from the Enforcers. Enforcers 12-2
It was a race for the basement prior the series and the horrible WIB offense would not be denied. Maybe the most interesting thing that happened in the series was in game 3, when the bases were loaded and the infield was drawn in by WIB. The next hitter rolled a gbA for a double play to get WIB out of the inning! However, the Enforcers manager disputed the result and indeed, on his chart, it read that the lead runner was out, but the batter was safe! Two different results on the "groundball result" chart, with the WIB chart being brand new and the Enforcers chart being somewhere around twenty years old. From there, we followed the results on the newer chart, but we did wonder how many people are using the "old" chart and how many other discepancies there may be, both on x-charts and the charts? I'd like to suggest that we scan a copy of the newer chart and send it out for everyone to print a copy. Thoughts?