Game 2: Pre-Raphaelite Baseball Club at Paradise Pisces. November 26, 1999
Prominent American conservative Robert Bork pitched the game of his life today as the Pisces tied the series at 1 game apiece. The author of Slouching Towards Gomorrah was master of the mound as he allowed only three hits and pitched a complete game shutout. It was an important game for the Pisces who worried about losing two games at home. The series now moves to the Pre-Raphaelite's domain.
Series Tied 1-1
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Game 2 Scoring Summary
5th Inning: Pisces- Henrik Ibsen, the iconoclastic playwright, leads the inning off with a single. Actress Drew Barrymore singles and composer Anton Vivaldi hits a double scoring Ibsen. [Pisces lead 1-0].
6th Inning: Pisces- Apple Computer maker Steven Jobs, author John Steinbeck and Ibsen hit consecutive singles to load the bases. Vivaldi draws a walk forcing home Jobs. [Pisces lead 2-0].
8th Inning: Pisces- Vivaldi singles. Filmmaker Spike Lee hits a 2-RBI home run. [Pisces Win Game 4-0].
Game 2 Notes
Home Runs: Spike Lee
Doubles: William Morris, Anton Vivaldi
Double Plays: P.R.B.-0; Pisces-1
Stolen Bases: none
Caught Stealing: none
Umpires: Marv Albert; Amy Fisher; Frank Gifford; Linda Tripp
Time: 2 hours, 53 minutes
Cosmic Baseball Association
1999 Cosmic Universal Series
Copyright © 1999 by the CBA
Published: November 26, 1999