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MSBL League Champions
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The Spring 2007 season was a successful title defense, for the reigning MSBL Champions, as they increased their playoff winning streak, to 10 consecutive games. Lead by the ace pitching of Co-MVP Tim Yurchak, ( 4–0 27 IP 63 K’s 2.59 ERA), and the potent hitting of Co-MVP Steve Yurchak ( 7 Hr’s 19 RBI .326 AVG), and Chuck Barillari ( 6 HR’s 16 RBI .379 AVG), the Regulators finished the playoffs with a 5-0 record. The Regulators as a team, finished the post season with an impressive .333 AVG, and .457 OBP. They outscored their opponents 48 – 17, and finished the season 16 - 3. The performance of Steve Yurchak in the semi final win against the Silver Bullets, was the one to remember. Steve was 6-12 with 3Hr’s and 9 RBI, with 19 total bases. Tim Yurchak pitched 27 of the 38 total playoff innings for the Regulators. The Regulators were also supported by Kyle Lucas (.325 AVG 7 RBI), Rocco Justice (.733 OBA), and Scott Gaska. The Fall 2006 season was a long anticipated one, for the Regulators, as they finally put it all together, during their successful championship run. Dominant pitching from SteveYurchak, Tim Yurchak, and Scott Gaska, was the story, as they combined for an unheard of, team-playoff ERA, of 0.36. Leading the way was Fall 06 CY Young award winner, and CO–MVP, Tim Yurchak. Tim completed his amazing playoff stretch, 3-0, with 23 innings pitched, only 1 run allowed, and 47 Strikeouts. Steve Yurchak got the championship series started, with a masterful one-hit shutout in game #1. Tim followed with an impressive 4 hit gem in game #2. CO-MVP Steve Yurchak was the teams’ toughest out during the playoffs, batting .368, with 11 RBI, all achieved against some of the best pitching, the league has to offer. Steve was supported by the clutch hitting of Kyle Lucas and Chuck Barillari, who both delivered the big hits when called upon. Chuck’s pinch-hit 2 run homer in game # 2 of the championship, was the series’ deciding blow. The Regulators, captained by Rocco Justice, were 5-0 in the playoffs, outscoring their competition 26-2.