Wendy’s Peffercorns used a strong last week to defeat upstart Atkins Alley Cats 10-4 and claim the first ever United Rotisserie League championship.
Dodging champaign blasts, owner Mike Salony was ecstatic.
“All year long, I believed in these guys,” he said. “We were a strong team all throughout the season after our stellar off-season and roster stocking. To finish it off and to take the first title, words just can’t express the excitement.”
Shortstop Derek Jeter led the celebration, one he had not been a part of for many years.
According to Jeter, “this year has been the best. I had real reservations coming to play for Mike. His leanings on the little east coast rivalry I was a part of were well known. But he’s been nothing but class since I got here and it’s great to finally play on a team that can win some games in the postseason.”
The offense carried the Peffercorns to the title, but the pitching staff was glad to celebrate as well.
“This is the greatest,” said Justin Verlander. “Even more so because I didn’t throw any balls away in this series!”
The URL starts now to transition into the postseason. Commissioner Shoptaw promises updated files and spreadsheets soon and a fun free agency period.