Blues bounced from NBC World Series
San Luis Obispo is knocked out of the World Series with an 8-2 loss
Matt Lynch could not get the third out of the first inning and San Luis Obispo could not dig out of a 4-0 hole as they were knocked out of the National Baseball Congress World Series 8-2 by the Wellington Heat of Kansas.
Lynch recorded the first two outs of the game but then issued a walk, three singles and a double as the Heat scored four times before the Blues batted in this elimination game. Lynch was replaced in the first inning by Blake Whitter.
San Luis Obispo cut the deficit to 4-2 in the bottom of the seventh inning but the Heat scored four more times in the eighth inning to put the game away.
The Blues ended up 2-2 in the tournament and 40-21 for the year.
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