No, not the storm. But, rather, this:
The Trenton Thunder used a five-run 3rd inning to beat the Harrisburg Senators 11-4 for the third Eastern League Championship in franchise history.
Trenton- who finished the season on a season-high nine-game winning streak and has not lost since August 30th- was the first Eastern League team to sweep both the divisional and championship rounds of the postseason since Albany-Colonial (Yankees affiliate) did it in 1991. The championship for the Thunder is the first since the team won the second of their back-to-back titles in 2008.
The championship was the third for manager Tony Franklin in his seven seasons at the helm of the Thunder.
A-Rod, Teixeira, Granderson, Youkilis and Pineda all played for Trenton this year. Does that mean they get a ring?