Fresno Grizzlies heading to PCL championship series

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The Fresno Grizzlies beat the El Paso Chihuahuas 10 to 1 to take their best of five series 3 to 2. Fresno is heading to the Pacific Coast League Championship Series for just the second time in their history (won in '15).

Fans got to see the decisive game 5 for free at Chukchansi Park Sunday night.

With the team leading 8-1, A.J. Reed added some insurance hitting his first home run of the postseason after leading Triple-A in long balls with 28 in the regular season.

The Grizzlies celebrated with champagne in the clubhouse for the second time in a month. They'll host the Memphis Redbirds (Cardinals affiliate) for games 1 & 2 this Tuesday and Wednesday in a best of five series.

Down in the Cal League, the Visalia Rawhide also win their best of five series beating Stockton 3-0 in the decisive game 5. The team will look to end their 40-year championship drought against Rancho Cucamonga. Games 1 & 2 are also Tuesday/Wednesday in Visalia.
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