Starting in 1991, Middletown went back to a best two out of three format between the two league champions. The 1991 series feature the Moose champs, Central Business Bureau taking on the O'Rourke-Kidney champion, Kiwanis.
Game One featured the no hit pitching of Kyle Eagleson that carried Kiwanis to a 6-1 win at Snow. Eagleson struck out seven. He had a bases loaded triple in the fifth. Derrick Schultz had two hits for Kiwanis.
Game Two was played at Hubbard Park. Mike LaBella pitched CBB to a 12-2 win to even the series. La Bella allowed two hits,three walks, and struck out ten. Jeff Hasch and Phil Wilderman each had two hits for CBB. Dan Barczak and Chris Szewczyk had the Kiwanis hits.
Game Three was played at Snow School. CBB took the title with a 10-5 win Chris Biddle was the winning pitcher. Kiwanis jumped off to a 5-0 lead, but CBB rallied for four in the fourthj to tie and won with a five run fifth. Jeff Hasch, Mike Boccalatte, Mike LaBella, and Chris Biddle, each had two hits. James Tuttle had two hits for Kiwanis.
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 R Kiwanis 3 2 0 0 0 0 5 CBB 0 0 1 4 5 x 10