At long last, the fans in Hamilton again have a champion. The Mounties have won the 2035 GLBL Championship, dispatching last year’s champs, the Chicago Architects, in six games.
The deciding game, won by Hamilton by the decisive score of 8-1, was anomalous in a hard-fought series rife with lead changes and late-inning comebacks.
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Were they the best team in 2030? Some might argue that they were not, based on the overall record and the fact that it was Toledo that won the USA League Championship. But, it might be more important who you are at the end of the season as compared with the rest of it. Because, it was Chicago who was able to match up against Toledo, a team that specializes in grinding up their opponents on their home field. That doesn’t happen by accident. It takes a plan.
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The Chicago Architects are trying to win their third title but are down 0-2. History tells us being down in the playoffs means very little to this team. They have rallied from 0-3 deficits before, so 0-2 probably seems inconsequential, or at least it does not evoke the feeling of doom that some GMs might feel in this position.
Chicago General Manager Al B. had this to say this morning, “Oh, they’re off to a decent start. In their case they won’t have a chance to lose one at home until Game Six, and they may have wrapped it up by then. You gotta like their chances.
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But I like mine too. I have no idea who the better team is, but mine has always had a tendency to fall behind and come back.” The small sampling of 4-0 in the regular season points toward Hamilton as the favorite, especially up by two games.