Lowell Spinners Will Have To Wait ‘Til Next Year

Posted: 13th September 2009 by Todd Civin in MLB
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The Lowell Spinners' 2009 season, and their quest for a New-York Penn League Championship, ended Saturday night in Staten Island, NY, as the Yankees used a five-run second inning to coast to a 5-1 victory, winning the rubber game of a three-game playoff series and sending the Spinners home for the offseason. The loss ended a record-setting season for Lowell, the Class A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.  The team won the most games in the franchise's 14-year history and several players broke individual franchise records in the process.  Game Three had been postponed after weather prognosticators predicted inclement weather in Staten Island Thursday night. The Spinners, coming off a 3-2 extra innings victory, were riding high and the Yankees would likely have been without their top ...

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