Long Island Ducks Win 2013 Atlantic League Championship

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The Long Island Ducks won the 2013 Atlantic League championship series last night, defeating the Somerset Patriots 6-4.  It was the fifth and deciding game of the best-of-5 series.  The Ducks are now back-to-back Atlantic League champions for the first time in their team’s history, having won last year’s title as well.

Yesterday’s game concluded a wild series but broke pattern as it was the only game in the series which:

  • didn’t end with a one-run difference
  • had the visiting team win the game
  • the only game played in Somerset which didn’t require extra innings

Ducks pitcher John Brownell earned the championship series MVP.

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