The 2012 World Series was in Ames Iowa and the Renegades entered as the 6 seed, the best seed in team history. In its six games, the Gades were 5-1 but brought the least amount of players in team history to a World Series. Ames would see record high temperatures during the week as teams were forced to play in temperatures exceeding 103 degrees on fields that cried for water. Combine these conditions with a day of high winds and the scores of many games would be very high. Boston started off slow as they blew a big lead to New Jersey and the Lightning came back in the bottom of the 6th to walk off. The eventual champion Taiwan Home Run would mercy rule the Renegades in 3 innings of play sending Boston to the double elimination round as a three seed. Boston would play its highest scoring game in team history losing to Chicago 31-21 but would beat Cleveland to stay alive in the double elimination bracket till Thursday. Thursday morning, the Colorado Storm would knock the Renegades into the placement round with hopes of a 9 seed being the best the Renegades could do. With two games remaining, Boston defeated the Lone Star Road runners and Minnesota Millers to finish strong and capture a nine seed. For box scores and game recaps for the whole year, please visit this page.
Avg= Batting Average, AB= At-Bats, PO= Put-outs on Defense
2012 World Series Final Results
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