Game 1: Opening night of the World Series was a matchup between Colorado's 17-1 Harry Regan and the Bombers 16-3 Ezdra Ramirez. Ramirez gave up 5 runs and 11 hits in 7 innings, but Colorado's closer Andres Hernandez couldn't hold a lead, giving up a 2 Run walk-off homer to Hick Delahanty. Delahanty hit two homeruns, two doubles and drove in five runs for the Bombers.
Game 2: 21 yr old, 18-game winner Santiago Johnson for the Crush and the veteran George Crandall for the Bombers.
Colorado took a 4-2 lead into the 9th, but a 2-run blast by pinch hitter Cesar Rincon off of closer Andres Hernandez sent it into extra innings. Game 1 hero Hick Delahanty, who had entered the game as a pinch runner in the 9th inning, got a walk-off hit in the bottom of the 10th to give New Britain the come from behind win. Batting champion York McNamara had three hits for the Bombers.
Game 3: With the World Series shifting to Colorado, the Crush's re-energized offense made a statement by scoring 3 runs in the first inning by way of two homers. By the time the night was done, the Crush would cross homeplate 8 times, and even a late rally by the Bombers wasn't enough. Hipolito Escuela, hitting .348 in the postseason, had 3 hits and 2 runs batted in, while catcher Albert Cairo had a perfect 3 for 3 night. New Britain's Chris Tobin crushed a 3 run home run in the 9th to make it 8-5, but it was too little too late. New Britain's National League starting lineup had neither Hick Delahanty nor AL Batting Champion York McNamara, although McNamara did appear as a late inning pinch hitter.
Game 4: Colorado's Harry Regan had another strong performance in his second start of the series to remain a perfect 3-0 in the postseason, and the Colorado bats had a 17 hit, 9 run attack on the Bombers. Despite 12 hits, the Bombers missed some key scoring opportunities. Albert Cairo, Mac Aoki and Burke Mullins had three hits each for Colorado. Hick Delahanty, New Britain's hero in the first two games of the series, reached base three times.
Game 5: New Britain won the first game in Colorado behind strong pitching by Ezdra Ramirez and a 3 run home run by Trent Erickson to win it 5-1 and be within one run of clinching the series. Erickson, a 20 yr old rookie who batted .160 in a mere 50 at bats during the regular season, was the player of the game.
Game 6: Colorado jumped to an early 3-0 lead, but New Britain took the lead after consecutive unusual plays in the 4th inning. With the bases loaded, two separate attempts to end it by double plays were beaten by runners beating the throws to first base, allowing two runs to score on fielders' choices. New Britain would break it open in the 7th inning with 3 runs, and the Bombers never looked back, winning it 7-3 in front of the home crowd to clench their 3rd World Series title. Don Hasegawa had three hits and drove in 3 runs, including a home run, and George Crandall earned the victory with 6 quality innings.