- WICHITA, Kan. - The Santa Barbara Foresters won their fourth National Baseball Congress World Series title as a testimony to their tenacity, grit and determination, defeating the Seattle (WA) Studs 6-2 in the championship game Aug. 12.The championship, along with the 2011 title, enabled the Foresters to be the first team to win back-to-back titles since Kenai's (AK) double in 1993 and 1994.John Beck struck out 10 and allowed one unearned run over 6.2 innings to earn the win, while three relievers (Willie Kuhl, Albert Minnis and Jason Hursh) preserved it.Five players (Arby Fields, Richy Pedroza, Austin Davidson, Shane Hoelscher and Zach Fish) each scored a run and drove in for Santa Barbara (7-1). The Foresters ... More»
Burton Roberts, Survivor Pearl Island, contestant and the CBS Buzz Tour Bus made a stop at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium to show their appreciation to fans and to check out the 78th Annual National Baseball Congress World Series. Ironically the Survivor contestestant showed up for Baseball 'Round the Clock, the NBC's own baseball version of survivor. Check out the link from CBS.com below to see how their stop went.
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- Saturday, August 11thChampionship Night & Post-Game Fireworks7:00 PM Seattle (WA) Studs vs. Santa Barbara (CA) Foresters - Listen Live On KWMEThe Santa Barbara (CA) Foresters and Seattle (WA) Studs will meet for the second time in NBC history in the Championship Game of the National Baseball Congress World Series on Saturday at 7pm. In 2008 the Forester won the National Title with a 2-0 victory over Seattle. The Foresters are ... More»