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2014 SEASON

 

2014 League Leaders *

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Jan 14 Newsletter

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PROVISIONAL INSTRUCTIONS

 

Aliso Viejo Redbirds

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Boomtown Rats

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Can-Am Drifters

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Indiana Inferno

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San Antonio Spartans

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Wyandotte Falcons

 

2013 SEASON

 

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2013 Rookie Draft

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Jan 2013 Newsletter

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October 31 Newsletter

Trade Summary

Traded Draft Picks-2013

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2012 SEASON

 

2012 League Leaders

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2012 Rosters-Central

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2012 Rookie Draft

2012 Free Agent Draft

Dec 30, '11 Newsletter

Jan 2012 Newsletter

April 28 Newsletter

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Aug 1 Newsletter

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Trade Summary

Traded Draft Picks

 

2011 SEASON

 

2011 League Leaders

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January 11 Newsletter

April 28 Newsletter

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August 3 Newsletter

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Sept 29 Newsletter

Nov 3 Newsletter

Trade Summary

 

 2010 SEASON

 

2010 League Leaders

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2010 Rosters-Central

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2010 Rookie Draft

2010 Post-Draft Cuts

2010 Free Agent Pickups

January 31 Newsletter

March 24 Message

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July 3 Newsletter

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November 12 Newsletter

 

2009 SEASON

 

2009 League Leaders

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2009 Rookie Draft

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Feb 14 Newsletter

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November 6 Newsletter

 

2008 SEASON
 

2008 Final Standings

2008 W/L vs Opponents

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2008 Statistics by Team

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2008 Rookie Draft

2008 Post-Draft Cuts

2008 Free Agent Pickups

April 6 Newsletter

April 30 Newsletter

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July 1 Newsletter

July 30 Newsletter

Aug 30 Newsletter

Oct 2 Newsletter

Nov 10 Newsletter 

 

2007 SEASON
 

2007 Final Standings

2007 W/L vs Opponents
2007 Newsletters
2007 League Leaders

2007 Schedule
2007 Statistics by Team

2007 Rosters-Central

2007 Rosters-East

2007 Rosters-West

2007 Rookie Draft

2007 Free Agent Draft

2007 Trades

 

 

HISTORICAL RECORD
 

World Champions '77-'08
League Averages '80-'09
All-Time Career Leaders
All-Time Single Season

All-Time Single Ssn-Team
All-Time Career Batting *

All-Time Career Pitching *

Manager Career Records

1st Round Draft Choices *

 

 

ARCHIVES *

 

2006 1997 1988
2005 1996 1987
2004 1995 1986
2003 1994 1985
2002 1993 1984
2001 1992 1983
2000 1991 1982
1999 1990 1981
1998 1989 1980

1979



 

JULY 2014

BATTING LEADERS

Average:

Craig, San Antonio  .332

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  .318

Carpenter, Boomtown  .313

Scutaro, Danbury  .309

Y Molina, Rivertown  .301

 

Home Runs:

C Davis, Midtown  41

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  37

Bautista, Buffalo  36

Beltran, San Antonio  31

Alvarez, Wyandotte  29

 

Runs Batted In:

Goldschmidt, Wyandotte  99

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  95

Venable, Baton Rouge  90

C Davis, Midtown  88

Bautista, Buffalo  77

D Ortiz, Boomtown 77

 

Stolen Bases:

Ellsbury, Woodland  32 (of 38)

Andrus, Livonia  25 (of 30)

Jennings, Bedrock  23 (of 29)

S Marte, Bedrock  23 (of 30)

Rios, Woodland  22 (of 25)

Kipnis, Can-Am  22 (of 29)

 

Slugging Pct:

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  .627

Bautista, Buffalo  .581

C Davis, Midtown  .576

Venable, Baton Rouge  .568

Harper, Can-Am  .556

 

On-Base Pct:

Trout, Aliso Viejo  .393

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  .391

Craig, San Antonio  .390

Carpenter, Boomtown  .388

Posey, Danbury  .370

 

OPS:

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown 1.017

Bautista, Buffalo  .941

Harper, Can-Am  .896

Trout, Aliso Viejo  .893

C Davis, Midtown  .886

 

Hits:

Carpenter, Boomtown  145

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  143

Venable, Baton Rouge  135

C Johnson, Paxton  132

Adam Jones, Midtown  131

 

Walks:

Choo, Wyandotte  78

Trout, Aliso Viejo  71

Bautista, Buffalo  63

Votto, Rivertown  63

Fowler, Can-Am  62

Encarnacion, Bedrock  62

 

Intentional Walks:

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  4

K Davis, Livonia  3

Goldschmidt, Wyandotte  3

C Davis, Midtown  2

C Gonzalez, Buffalo  2

 

Runs Scored:

Votto, Rivertown  87

C Davis, Midtown  80

Kipnis, Can-Am  79

Utley, San Antonio  79

Werth, Buffalo  77

 

Doubles:

Carpenter, Boomtown  45

Y Molina, Rivertown  40

Posey, Danbury  40

Pedroia, Woodland  39

Lowrie, Wyandotte  38

 

Triples:

Venable, Baton Rouge  15

Segura, Saginaw  8

S Marte, Bedrock  8

Moss, Indiana  7

C Gomez, MetroMess  7

Span, Bedrock  7

Trout, Aliso Viejo  7

 

Grand Slam HR's:

Pollock, Saginaw  2

30 players with 1

 

Extra-Base Hits:

C Davis, Midtown  68

Venable, Baton Rouge  68

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  65

Bautista, Buffalo  59

Moss, Indiana  59

 

Hit by Pitch:

Choo, Wyandotte  19

Jay, Burlingame  16

S Marte, Bedrock  14

J Gomes, Baton Rouge  13

Craig, San Antonio  13

 

Hitting Streak, Season:

Posey, Danbury  17

Carpenter, Boomtown  16

J Uribe, Burlingame  15

Cuddyer, Rivertown  14

T Hunter, Rivertown  14

 

At Bats:

Venable, Baton Rouge  479

Segura, Saginaw  473

Altuve, Livonia  472

Brantley, Livonia  471

C Johnson, Paxton  469

 

Total Bases:

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  282

Venable, Baton Rouge  272

C Davis, Midtown  254

Beltran, San Antonio  240

Bautista, Buffalo  236

Adam Jones, Midtown  236

 

Multi-Hit Games:

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  47

Cuddyer, Rivertown  43

Craig, San Antonio  42

Carpenter, Boomtown  42

C Johnson, Paxton  39

 

JULY 2014

PITCHING LEADERS

 

Earned Run Average:

Wainwright, Livonia  2.27

Darvish, Paxton  2.35

J de la Rosa, Buffalo  2.39

Scherzer, Can-Am  2.45

Kershaw, Midtown  2.53

 

Wins:

Darvish, Paxton  17-7

J de la Rosa, Buffalo  13-5

Wainwright  13-8

Latos, Rivertown  12-5

Verlander, Bedrock  12-7

C Wilson, Rivertown  12-7

 

Strikeouts:

Darvish, Paxton  240

Fernandez, Burlington  207

Scherzer, Can-Am  206

Teheran, MetroMess  201

Wainwright, Livonia  199

 

Saves:

M Rivera, San Antonio  28

Street, Paxton  27

D Carpenter, Bedrock  27

Coleman, Rivertown  27

Melancon, Livonia  27

Hochevar, Buffalo  27

 

Shutouts:

T Wood, Paxton  5

Darvish, Paxton  5

M Perez, Can-Am  5

Kuroda, MetroMess  5

Sale, Aliso Viejo  4

Scherzer, Can-Am  4

 

Complete Games:

Greinke, Woodland  18

Scherzer, Can-Am  17

Darvish, Paxton  16

Kershaw, Midtown  15

Kuroda, MetroMess  14

Chacin, Boomtown  14

 

Innings Pitched:

Darvish, Paxton  218.2

Wainwright, Livonia  198.2

Teheran, MetroMess  197.2

Price, Danbury  196

J de la Rosa, Buffalo  184.1

 

Games Pitched:

Clippard, Buffalo  66

Watson, Livonia  65

Ziegler, Livonia  64

Mazzaro, Buffalo  63

Kintzler,  San Antonio  59

Shaw, Danbury  59

 

Winning Streak, Season:

Latos, Rivertown  7

Darvish, Paxton  6

Archer, San Antonio  6

E Santana, Wyandotte  6

Zimmermann, Midtown  5

H Santiago, San Antonio  5

M Perez, Can-Am  5

Porcello, Baton Rouge  5

Wainwright, Livonia  5

 

FINAL 2013

BATTING LEADERS

Average:

A Gonzalez, MetroMess  .329

Melky Cabrera, Danbury .328

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown .306

Scutaro, Danbury  .305

Beltre, Rivertown  .304

 

Home Runs:

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  54

Encarnacion, Bedrock  53

Stanton, Indiana  51

Beltre, Rivertown  45

J Hamilton, Rivertown  41

 

Runs Batted In:

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  140

Stanton, Indiana  128

Beltre, Rivertown  124

McCutchen, Wyandotte  123

Pujols, Livonia  122

 

Stolen Bases:

Trout, Aliso Viejo  67 (of 70)

Pierre, Brooklyn  62 (of 74)

A Escobar, Can-Am  53 (of 58)

E Cabrera, Midtown 49 (of 50)

Kipnis, Can-Am  45 (of 56)

 

Slugging Pct:

Stanton, Indiana  .637

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown .600

Encarnacion, Bedrock  .581

Beltre, Rivertown  .567

McCutchen, Wyandotte  .547

 

On-Base Pct:

A Gonzalez, MetroMess  .391

Posey, Danbury  .374

Trout, Aliso Viejo  .372

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown .368

Choo, Wyandotte  .367

 

OPS:

Stanton, Indiana  .979

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown .969

Encarnacion, Bedrock  .934

A Gonzalez, MetroMess  .926

Beltre, Rivertown  .910

 

Hits:

A Gonzalez, MetroMess  220

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  209

Melky Cabrera, Danbury  209

Beltre, Rivertown  203

McCutchen, Wyandotte  199

 

Walks:

Zobrist, Danbury  105

Goldschmidt, Wyandotte  88

Uggla, Saginaw  85

Headley, San Antonio  83

Mauer, Wyandotte  81

 

Intentional Walks:

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  8

A Gonzalez, MetroMess  4

C Jones, Saginaw  4

Harper, Can-Am  3

7 players with  2

 

Runs Scored:

Zobrist, Danbury  126

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  126

J Hamilton, Rivertown  106

Wright, Aliso Viejo  104

Stanton, Indiana  104

Beltre, Rivertown  104

 

Doubles:

Pedroia, Woodland  56

Goldschmidt, Wyandotte  55

Aoki, Boomtown  53

A Ramirez, Danbury  51

Wright, Aliso Viejo  51

 

Triples:

S Castro, Bedrock  17

McCutchen, Wyandotte  15

Harper, Can-Am  14

Fowler, Can-Am  14

Colvin, Baton Rouge  14

Melky Cabrera, Danbury  14

 

Grand Slam HR's:

Beltre, Rivertown  3

Zimmerman, MetroMess  2

Drew, Columbia  2

Konerko, Aliso Viejo  2

45 players with  1

 

Extra-Base Hits:

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  93

Stanton, Indiana  90

LaRoche, Columbia  88

McCutchen, Wyandotte  88

J Hamilton, Rivertown  86

 

Hit by Pitch:

Espinosa, Indiana  28

A Jones, Woodland  24

Fielder, Woodland  23

C Ruiz, Columbia  23

Jay, Brooklyn  22

 

Hitting Streak, Season:

Keppinger, Woodland  21

A Rios, Rivertown  20

Wright, Aliso Viejo  20

Brantley, Livonia  18

Holliday, Buffalo  18

 

At Bats:

Andrus, Saginaw  686

Pedroia, Woodland  685

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  683

Infante, Midtown  680

Jeter, Bedrock  678

 

Total Bases:

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown 410

Beltre, Rivertown  379

McCutchen, Wyandotte  364

J Hamilton, Rivertown  348

A Gonzalez, MetroMess  347

 

Multi-Hit Games:

Beltre, Rivertown  66

A Gonzalez, MetroMess  63

Melky Cabrera, Danbury  62

McCutchen, Wyandotte  60

Keppinger, Woodland  58

 

FINAL 2013

PITCHING LEADERS

 

Earned Run Average:

Latos, Rivertown  2.32

Sale, Aliso Viejo  2.39

Medlen, Bedrock  2.43

Verlander, Bedrock  2.71

Harrison, Aliso Viejo  2.74

 

Wins:

Latos, Rivertown  23-4

Harrison, Aliso Viejo  21-5

Sale, Aliso Viejo  20-7

Cueto, Livonia  20-10

Strasburg, Rivertown  19-5

Verlander, Bedrock  19-12

 

Strikeouts:

Scherzer, Can-Am  308

Kershaw, Midtown  285

Greinke, Woodland  279

G Gonzalez, San Antonio 277

Dickey, Brooklyn/Buffalo  265

 

Saves:

A Cook, Aliso Viejo  44

Rodney, Rivertown  43

Jim Johnson, Indiana  36

Jansen, Baton Rouge  34

Kimbrel, Woodland  34

 

Shutouts:

Sale, Aliso Viejo  9

J Parker, Can-Am  5

J Shields, Aliso Viejo  5

Strasburg, Rivertown  5

Cueto, Livonia  5

Niese, Wyandotte  5

Vogelsong, Danbury  5

M Cain, Bedrock  5

 

Complete Games:

G Gonzalez, San Antonio  25

Dickey, Brooklyn/Buffalo  22

J Parker, Can-Am  22

Verlander, Bedrock  21

Kershaw, Midtown  20

 

Innings Pitched:

Kuroda, MetroMess  282.2

G Gonzalez, San Antonio 280

Kershaw, Midtown  276.1

Verlander, Bedrock  272.1

Cueto, Livonia  269.2

 

Games Pitched:

Crow, Livonia  100

O'Flaherty, Woodland  85

Frieri, Indiana  83

Ziegler, Livonia  81

Belisle, San Antonio  80

 

Winning Streak, Season:

Sale, Aliso Viejo  9

Cueto, Livonia  8

Vargas, Aliso Viejo  7

Latos, Rivertown  7

4 pitchers with  6

 

FINAL 2012

BATTING LEADERS

Average:

V Martinez, Danbury  .331

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown .325

A Gonzalez, MetroMess .317

D Murphy, Crestline  .316

Cano, Rivertown  .307

 

Home Runs:

Granderson, Danbury  46

Berkman, San Antonio  45

Beltre, San Antonio  43

Fielder, Woodland  40

Kemp, Rivertown  40

Pujols, Livonia  40

 

Runs Batted In:

Granderson, Danbury  133

Kemp, Rivertown  123

Pujols, Livonia  118

Braun, Midtown  117

Berkman, San Antonio  116

 

Stolen Bases:

Crisp, Can-Am  81

Bourn, Indiana  64

Bonifacio, Brooklyn  58

J Reyes, Wyandotte  46

N Morgan, Brooklyn  45

 

Slugging Pct:

Granderson, Danbury  .600

Braun, Midtown  .570

Napoli, Buffalo  .565

Carp, Brooklyn  .554

Kemp, Rivertown  .531

 

On-Base Pct:

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown .406

Napoli, Buffalo  .387

Votto, Midtown  .385

Granderson, Danbury  .382

V Martinez, Danbury  .378

 

OPS:

Granderson, Danbury  .982

Napoli, Buffalo  .952

Braun, Midtown  .935

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown .926

A Gonzalez, MetroMess .895

 

Hits:

V Martinez, Danbury  212

Cano, Rivertown  211

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  209

Braun, Midtown  195

Ellsbury, Woodland  195

 

Walks:

Votto, Midtown  100

McCutchen, Wyandotte  99

Bautista, Buffalo  93

C Peña, MetroMess  92

Fielder, Woodland  90

 

Intentional Walks:

Fielder, Woodland  2

Lawrie, Wyandotte  2

A Gonzalez, MetroMess  2

Konerko, Aliso Viejo  2

N Walker, Aliso Viejo  2

 

Runs Scored:

Granderson, Danbury  122

Votto, Midtown  117

Cano, Rivertown  114

Ellsbury, Woodland  114

Berkman, San Antonio  112

 

Doubles:

Cano, Rivertown  63

Zobrist, Danbury  62

A Gonzalez, MetroMess  59

Pence, Buffalo  58

Beltran, San Antonio  57

 

Triples:

Ackley, Buffalo  18

J Reyes, Wyandotte  14

Fowler, Can-Am  13

Hundley, Bedrock  12

Victorino, Brooklyn  12

 

Grand Slam HR's:

Kemp, Rivertown  3

Moreland, Baton Rouge  2

Stanton, Indiana  2

Hundley, Bedrock  2

C Jones, Saginaw  2

A Ramirez, Danbury  2

Braun, Midtown  2

G Sanchez, Boomtown  2

Berkman, San Antonio  2

 

Extra-Base Hits:

Braun, Midtown  90

Cano, Rivertown  90

Zobrist, Danbury  89

Granderson, Danbury  89

Ellsbury, Woodland  87

 

Hit by Pitch:

Bourjos, MetroMess  25

Espinosa, Indiana  22

Kotchman, Indiana  21

Morse, San Antonio  21

Cano, Rivertown  21

 

Hitting Streak, Season:

Loney, Bedrock  31

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  21

Phillips, Wyandotte  20

Berkman, San Antonio  20

Ellsbury, Woodland  19

Markakis, Aliso Viejo  19

 

At Bats:

S Castro, Bedrock  702

Bourn, Indiana  702

M Young, Danbury  699

Cano, Rivertown  688

Carroll, Livonia  679

 

Total Bases:

Braun, Midtown  366

Cano, Rivertown  354

Granderson, Danbury  354

Ellsbury, Woodland  351

Berkman, San Antonio  346

 

Multi-Hit Games:

V Martinez, Danbury  65

Mig Cabrera, Rivertown  63

Cano, Rivertown  61

J Reyes, Wyandotte  57

Braun, Midtown  57

Ellsbury, Woodland  57

 

FINAL 2012

PITCHING LEADERS

 

Earned Run Average:

Kuroda, MetroMess  2.31

Kershaw, Midtown  2.44

Masterson, Aliso Viejo  2.45

Kennedy, Woodland  2.48

Halladay, Buffalo  2.58

 

Wins:

Halladay, Buffalo  21-5

F Hernandez, Midtown  21-6

Kershaw, Midtown  21-8

C Wilson  19-7

Dickey, Brooklyn  18-8

Shields, Aliso Viejo  18-9

Weaver, Woodland  18-11

I Kennedy, Woodland  18-11

 

Strikeouts:

Kershaw, Midtown  332

Verlander, Bedrock  331

Halladay, Buffalo  266

C Lee, Danbury  264

Weaver, Woodland  253

 

Saves:

G Holland, Danbury  41

Rivera, San Antonio  41

Farnsworth, Aliso Viejo  39

Clippard, Buffalo  37

Robertson, Rivertown  35

 

Shutouts:

Masterson, Aliso Viejo  7

D Hudson, Livonia  6

Sabathia, Saginaw  6

Cain, Bedrock  5

Kuroda, MetroMess  5

Romero, Midtown  5

F Hernandez, Midtown  5

M Harrison, Aliso Viejo  5

 

Complete Games:

Verlander, Bedrock  26

Kershaw, Midtown  24

Cueto, Livonia  19

Cain, Bedrock  19

Kuroda, MetroMess  17

 

Innings Pitched:

Verlander, Bedrock  293.2

Kershaw, Midtown  291.2

Weaver, Woodland  276.1

Halladay, Buffalo  269

D Hudson, Livonia  264.1

 

Games Pitched:

MacDougal, San Antonio  92

Samardzija, Boomtown  78

Putz, Woodland  77

Gregerson, Can-Am  74

Crow, Livonia  73

Pestano, Buffalo  73

Kimbrel, Woodland  73

 

Winning Streak, Season:

Kershaw, Midtown  10

C Lee, Danbury  8

Hamels, Buffalo  7

M Harrison, Aliso Viejo  6

D Hudson, Livonia  6

Shields, Aliso Viejo  6

 

 

FINAL 2011

BATTING LEADERS

Average:

Hamilton, Midtown  .348

Polanco, Summit  .314

Cano, Cape Spear  .305

Mauer, Wyandotte  .303

V Martinez, Can-Am  .301

 

Home Runs:

Bautista, Buffalo  52

Dunn, San Antonio  51

Konerko, Aliso Viejo  50

Votto, Midtown  44

Uggla, Saginaw  42

 

Runs Batted In:

Konerko, Aliso Viejo  140

Bautista, Buffalo  121

Bruce, Dublin  120

Holliday, Buffalo  118

Pujols, Livonia  117

 

Stolen Bases:

Gardner, Aliso Viejo  78

R Davis, Cape Spear  56

Bourn, Danbury  53

Victorino, Brooklyn  52

Crawford, Wyandotte  52

 

Slugging Pct:

Thome, San Antonio  .629

Bautista, Buffalo  .623

Hamilton, Midtown  .611

Konerko, Aliso Viejo  .603

Votto, Midtown  .582

 

On-Base Pct:

Hamilton, Midtown  .414

Barton, Can-Am  .394

Thome, San Antonio  .393

Morneau, Wyandotte  .384

Bautista, Buffalo  .384

 

OPS:

Hamilton, Midtown  1.025

Thome, San Antonio  1.021

Bautista, Buffalo  1.007

Konerko, Aliso Viejo  .971

Votto, Midtown  .953

 

Hits:

Ichiro, Baton Rouge  201

Polanco, Summit  195

Prado, Dublin  195

Mauer, Wyandotte  194

Cano, Cape Spear  193

Butler, Dublin  193

 

Walks:

Barton, Can-Am  132

Gardner, Aliso Viejo  117

Bautista, Buffalo  109

Posada, Bedrock  96

Fielder, Woodland  96

 

Intentional Walks:

Pujols, Livonia  11

Konerko, Aliso Viejo  5

Hamilton, Midtown  2

Holliday, Buffalo  2

C Jones, Saginaw  2

V Martinez, Can-Am  2

C Gonzalez, Buffalo  2

A Gonzalez, Bobcaygeon  2

 

Runs Scored:

Bautista, Buffalo  128

C Gonzalez, Buffalo  124

Votto, Midtown  119

Choo, Wyandotte  111

Pujols, Livonia  107

 

Doubles:

Beltre, San Antonio  62

Cano, Cape Spear  59

Holliday, Buffalo  59

V Wells, Bobcaygeon  58

Votto, Midtown  57

 

Triples:

Bruce, Dublin  16

Kemp, Dublin  14

Span, Bedrock  12

Furcal, Livonia  10

J Reyes, Wyandotte  10

S Drew, Dublin  10

 

Grand Slam HR's:

V Wells, Bobcaygeon  2

Dunn, San Antonio  2

Bautista, Buffalo  2

Gomes, Baton Rouge  2

McCutchen, Wyandotte  2

Hamilton, Midtown  2

Votto, Midtown  2

S Drew, Dublin  2

 

Extra-Base Hits:

Bautista, Buffalo  106

Votto, Midtown  103

Beltre, San Antonio  96

Cano, Cape Spear  95

Dunn, San Antonio  94

 

Hit by Pitch:

Weeks, Bedrock  23

Fielder, Woodland  23

Quentin, Bobcaygeon  21

Choo, Wyandotte  19

Raburn, Woodland  19

 

Hitting Streak, Season:

Butler, Dublin  19

Polanco, Summit  19

H Ramirez, Baton Rouge  17

Ichiro, Baton Rouge  16

M Young, Danbury  16

Callaspo, Bobcaygeon  16

 

At Bats:

Ichiro, Baton Rouge  708

Bourn, Danbury  682

K Johnson, Midtown  679

M Young, Danbury  677

H Ramirez, Baton Rouge 677

 

Total Bases:

Bautista, Buffalo  377

Votto, Midtown  375

Konerko, Aliso Viejo  367

C Gonzalez, Buffalo  357

Cano, Cape Spear  357

 

FINAL 2011

PITCHING LEADERS

 

Earned Run Average:

Duensing, Wyandotte  2.31

Price, Danbury  2.31

J Johnson, Brooklyn  2.50

U Jimenez, Dublin  2.58

Halladay, Buffalo  2.62

 

Wins:

J Johnson, Brooklyn  21-4

F Hernandez, Midtown 21-10

U Jimenez, Dublin  19-8

Verlander, Bedrock  19-9

Price, Danbury  19-9

Halladay, Buffalo  19-9

T Hudson, Buffalo  19-9

 

Strikeouts:

F Hernandez, Midtown  296

J Weaver, Wyandotte  296

Halladay, Buffalo  263

Lester, Bedrock  263

Price, Danbury  260

 

Saves:

Soriano, Can-Am  56

Bailey, San Antonio  34

Rivera, Bedrock  31

C Perez, Bobcaygeon  30

Kuo, Dublin  30

 

Shutouts:

Halladay, Buffalo  7

U Jimenez, Dublin  7

Cahill, Summit  6

F Hernandez, Midtown  6

T Wood, Aliso Viejo  5

Lester, Bedrock  5

Pavano, Baton Rouge  5

A Sanchez, Woodland  5

 

Complete Games:

Price, Danbury  24

F Hernandez, Midtown  22

Halladay, Buffalo  21

Sabathia, Saginaw  21

J Johnson, Brooklyn  20

Weaver, Wyandotte  20

 

Innings Pitched:

F Hernandez, Midtown 281.1

Halladay, Buffalo  278

U Jimenez, Dublin  276

Price, Danbury  268.1

C Lewis, Danbury  266.2

 

Games Pitched:

Belisle, San Antonio  82

D Oliver, Livonia  81

Thornton, Woodland  80

Clippard, Buffalo  76

B Wilson, Bedrock  75

Hensley, San Antonio  75

 

FINAL 2010

BATTING LEADERS

Average:

Mauer, Wyandotte  .339

V Martinez, Can-Am  .329

Podsednik, Boomtown  .324

K Morales, Cape Spear  .317

M Young, Massillon  .317

 

Home Runs:

C Peña, Bobcaygeon  58

Reynolds, Beaver Falls  56

Fielder, Massillon  51

K Morales, Cape Spear  49

N Cruz, Wyandotte  48

 

Runs Batted In:

V Martinez, Can-Am  145

Reynolds, Beaver Falls  139

Pujols, Livonia  137

N Cruz, Wyandotte  135

D Lee, Woodland  134

 

Stolen Bases:

Bourn, Massillon  72

Bartlett, Brooklyn  65

Ellsbury, Woodland  64

Pierre, Kansas City  60

R Davis, Cape Spear  57

 

Slugging Pct:

Pujols, Livonia  .623

K Morales, Cape Spear  .607

C Peña, Bobcaygeon  .593

Reynolds, Beaver Falls  .592

Fielder, Massillon  .590

 

On-Base Pct:

Mauer, Wyandotte  .

Utley, San Antonio  .

Fielder, Massillon  .

Coghlan, Bedrock  .

Choo, Wyandotte  .

 

Hits:

Ichiro, Beaver Falls  223

K Morales, Cape Spear  221

Cano, Cape Spear  208

Sandoval, Midtown  207

V Martinez, Can-Am  204

Mauer, Wyandotte  140

 

Walks:

Dunn, San Antonio  128

A Gonzalez, Bobcaygeon 125

Swisher, San Antonio  117

C Peña, Bobcaygeon  108

Utley, San Antonio  105

Zobrist, Pontiac  105

 

Runs Scored:

A Gonzalez, Bobcaygeon 135

Pujols, Livonia  127

Utley, San Antonio  127

A Rodriguez, Pontiac  121

F Lopez, Midtown  118

B Roberts, Boomtown  118

 

Doubles:

Pujols, Livonia  60

Tejada, Saginaw  58

Sandoval, Midtown  58

K Morales, Cape Spear  55

Cano, Cape Spear  53

Votto, Midtown  53

 

Triples:

Pagan, Pontiac  17

Victorino, Brooklyn  15

Crawford, Wyandotte  14

Ellsbury, Woodland  13

A Torres, San Antonio  13

 

Grand Slam HR's:

Thome, San Antonio 

N Cruz, Wyandotte 

C Lee, Massillon 

 players with  1

 

Extra-Base Hits:

Pujols, Livonia 

K Morales, Cape Spear 

Reynolds, Beaver Falls 

D Lee, Woodland 

Youkilis, Brooklyn 

 

Hit by Pitch:

Choo, Wyandotte 

Utley, San Antonio 

Ethier, Midtown 

Teixeira, Beaver Falls 

M Bradley, Estey 

Youkilis, Brooklyn 

Pierre, Kansas City 

Braun, Kansas City 

 

Hitting Streak, Season:

Utley, San Antonio 

Holliday, Buffalo 

Crawford, Wyandotte 

Uribe, Boomtown 

Sandoval, Midtown 

Ichiro, Beaver Falls 

 

At Bats:

Ichiro, Beaver Falls  736

Bourn, Massillon  703

Cano, Cape Spear  702

Markakis, Midtown  699

K Morales, Cape Spear  697

 

Total Bases:

K Morales, Cape Spear  423

Reynolds, Beaver Falls  383

Fielder, Massillon  378

Pujols, Livonia  375

Sandoval, Midtown  359

 

 

FINAL 2010

PITCHING LEADERS

 

Earned Run Average:

F Hernandez, Woodland  2.16

Carpenter, Livonia  2.53

Pineiro, Saginaw  2.69

Greinke, Estey  2.77

Halladay, Buffalo  2.96

 

Wins:

F Hernandez, Woodland 25-5

C Lee, Woodland  22-8

Jurrjens, Boomtown  21-8

Wainwright, Boomtown 20-10

Carpenter, Livonia  19-6

 

Strikeouts:

Greinke, Estey  351

Lincecum, Midtown  319

Verlander, Bedrock  307

Haren, San Antonio  284

Lester, Bedrock  274

 

Saves:

Hughes, Woodland  44

M Rivera, Bedrock  39

Sherrill, Beaver Falls  34

Hoffman, Kansas City  32

Aardsma, Brooklyn  32

Soria, Buffalo  32

Sipp, Wyandotte  32

 

Shutouts:

F Hernandez, Woodland  7

Greinke, Estey  6

Wainwright, Boomtown  6

Sabathia, Saginaw  4

Arroyo, Saginaw  4

Blackburn, Beaver Falls  4

Halladay, Buffalo  4

Lannan, Wyandotte  4

Santana, Woodland  4

Washburn, Kansas City  4

Zambrano, Boomtown  4

 

Complete Games:

Greinke, Estey  33

Lincecum, Midtown  28

Haren, San Antonio  28

Weaver, Wyandotte  27

F Hernandez, Woodland  25

 

Innings Pitched:

Wainwright, Boomtown  295 

F Hernandez, Woodland 292.2

Jurrjens, Boomtown  291.1

Greinke, Estey  289

Haren, San Antonio  282.2

 

Games Pitched:

Soriano, Can-Am  103

Moylan, Livonia  84

Bard, Can-Am  83

Street, Can-Am  80

Howell, Buffalo  79

 

FINAL 2009

BATTING LEADERS

Average:

Pujols, Livonia  .337

C Jones, Saginaw  .336

Mauer, Wyandotte  .323

M Ramirez, Brooklyn  .322

Ordoñez, Livonia  .316

 

Home Runs:

Dunn, San Antonio  54

A Rodriguez, Pontiac  46

Howard, Pontiac  45

Burrell, Massillon  44

M Ramirez, Brooklyn  44

 

Runs Batted In:

Pujols, Livonia  137

Berkman, Wyandotte  133

Teixeira, Beaver Falls  131

Delgado, Woodland  122

McCann, Estey  116

Howard, Pontiac  116

 

Stolen Bases:

Ichiro, Beaver Falls  59

Beltran, Bedrock  53

Pierre, Kansas City  51

B Upton, Cape Spear  50

H Ramirez, Beaver Falls  47

 

Slugging Pct:

A Rodriguez, Pontiac  .648

M Ramirez, Brooklyn  .588

Pujols, Livonia  .585

Burrell, Massillon  .568

Wright, Kansas City  .559

 

On-Base Pct:

Pujols, Livonia  .415

M Ramirez, Brooklyn  .414

Mauer, Wyandotte  .400

Berkman, Wyandotte  .391

Wright, Kansas City  .387

C Jones, Saginaw  .387

 

Hits:

C Jones, Saginaw  212

Pujols, Livonia  209

Pedroia, Woodland  208

Ordoñez, Livonia  207

Jeter, Bedrock  205

 

Walks:

Dunn, San Antonio  137

Martin, Bobcaygeon  103

Teixeira, Beaver Falls  102

Cust, Pontiac  98

Giles, Buffalo  98

 

Runs Scored:

Dunn, San Antonio  131

Sizemore, Can-Am  130

Pedroia, Woodland  127

Byrd, Livonia  124

B Roberts, Boomtown  122

 

Doubles:

Youkilis, Brooklyn  60

McCann, Estey  57

Hart, Saginaw  56

Ludwick, Boomtown  55

Markakis, Midtown  55

 

Triples:

Granderson, Midtown  15

J Reyes, Wyandotte  15

C Jackson, Midtown  11

Rollins, Woodland  11

Braun, Kansas City  11

Ichiro, Beaver Falls  11

 

Grand Slam HR's:

14 players with  2

 

Extra-Base Hits:

Hart, Saginaw  97

Youkilis, Brooklyn  97

Burrell, Massillon  93

Braun, Kansas City  92

McCann, Estey  92

 

Hit by Pitch:

Utley, San Antonio  29

Giambi, San Antonio  28

Youkilis, Brooklyn  28

M Ramirez, Brooklyn  23

Byrd, Livonia  21

 

Hitting Streak:

D Young, Can-Am  24

M Cabrera, Estey  22

Delgado, Woodland  19

C Jones, Saginaw  19

Wells, Bobcaygeon  18

Beltran, Bedrock  18

 

At Bats:

Ichiro, Beaver Falls  712

Tejada, Can-Am  700

Cano, Cape Spear  697

Votto, Woodland  690

Pedroia, Woodland  689

 

Total Bases:

M Ramirez, Brooklyn  366

Pujols, Livonia  363

Youkilis, Brooklyn  357

McCann, Estey  350

Hart, Saginaw  347

 

FINAL 2009

PITCHING LEADERS

 

Earned Run Average:

C Lee, Woodland  2.34

Harden, Bobcaygeon  2.40

Webb, Livonia  2.56

Wainwright, Boomtown  2.58 

Sabathia, Saginaw  2.71

 

Wins:

C Lee, Woodland  21-7

Matsuzaka, Brooklyn  20-7

Webb, Livonia  20-9

Nolasco, Woodland  19-6

Lincecum, Midtown  19-10

Lester, Bedrock  19-11

 

Strikeouts:

Sabathia, Saginaw  314

Lincecum, Midtown  294

Volquez, Beaver Falls  292

E Santana, Wyandotte  286

Burnett, Estey  272

 

Saves:

Papelbon, Wyandotte  39

Devine, Woodland  38

Nathan, Livonia  34

Marmol, Estey  34

Downs, Bobcaygeon  33

 

Shutouts:

Lincecum, Midtown  5

Halladay, Buffalo  5

Harden, Bobcaygeon  5

9 pitchers tied with  4

 

Complete Games:

Dempster, Boomtown  27

Sabathia, Saginaw  25

Haren, San Antonio  23

Lester, Bedrock  23

Peavy, Pontiac  22

 

Innings Pitched:

Sabathia, Saginaw  299.1

Dempster, Boomtown  293.1

Lester, Bedrock  284.2

Haren, San Antonio  278.1

Webb, Livonia  277.2

 

Games Pitched:

S Shields, Livonia  104

Ziegler, Livonia  90

J Romero, Wyandotte  79

Howell, Buffalo  78

Bell, Cape Spear  77

 

 

FINAL 2008

BATTING LEADERS

Average:

Ordoñez, Livonia  .339

Holliday, Buffalo  .336

Byrd, Livonia  .326

Casey, Boomtown  .323

Wright, Antioch  .318

 

Home Runs:

Dunn, San Antonio  58

C Peña, Bobcaygeon  56

Fielder, Massillon  50

Bonds, Bedrock  50

A Rodriguez, Pontiac  46

 

Runs Batted In:

Ordoñez, Livonia  141

A Rodriguez, Pontiac  135

Holliday, Buffalo  135

V Martinez, Can-Am  126

Dunn, San Antonio  125

 

Stolen Bases:

Willits, Brooklyn  94

Sizemore, Can-Am  67

H Ramirez, Beaver Falls  54

Ichiro, Beaver Falls  54

Figgins, Estey  54

 

Slugging Pct:

Braun, Antioch  .611

D Ortiz, Livonia  .610

A Ramirez, Massillon  .606

Holliday, Buffalo  .605

Ordoñez, Livonia  .600

 

On-Base Pct:

Helton, Pontiac  .423

Wright, Antioch  .416

D Ortiz, Livonia  .415

C Peña, Bobcaygeon  .408

Bonds, Bedrock  .401

Ordoñez, Livonia  .401

 

Hits:

Ordoñez, Livonia  225

Holliday, Buffalo  222

Ichiro, Beaver Falls  220

Casey, Boomtown  217

M Diaz, San Antonio  203

 

Walks:

Bonds, Bedrock  149

Burrell, Massillon  133

Helton, Pontiac  132

Cust, Pontiac  131

C Peña, Bobcaygeon  130

 

Runs Scored:

Sizemore, Can-Am  149

C Peña, Bobcaygeon  137

Helton, Pontiac  124

Bonds, Bedrock  124

Utley, San Antonio  124

 

Doubles:

H Ramirez, Beaver Falls  62

C Guillen, Antioch  62

Holliday, Buffalo  61

A Gonzalez, Bobcaygeon  59

Ordoñez, Livonia  59

 

Triples:

Granderson, Midtown  20

Iwamura, Boomtown  19

K Johnson, Midtown  18

Pence, Buffalo  16

D Roberts, Cape Spear  13

 

Grand Slam HR's:

B Molina, Beaver Falls  3

Cust, Pontiac  3

V Martinez, Can-Am  3

Phillips, Wyandotte  3

13 tied with 2

 

Extra-Base Hits:

Dunn, San Antonio  102

Holliday, Buffalo  101

C Jones, Saginaw  99

Ordoñez, Livonia  97

D Ortiz, Livonia  97

 

Hit by Pitch:

Youkilis, Brooklyn  35

Utley, San Antonio  25

Kearns, Beaver Falls  24

Willingham, Boomtown  24

Jeter, Bedrock  23

 

Hitting Streak:

L Castillo, Woodland  21

Sizemore, Can-Am  21

Jeter, Bedrock  18

Y Escobar, Boomtown  17

A Rios, Can-Am  17

 

At Bats:

Ichiro, Beaver Falls  725

Crawford, Wyandotte  698

Granderson, Midtown  696

H Ramirez, Beaver Falls  694

M Diaz, San Antonio  684

 

Total Bases:

Holliday, Buffalo  400

Ordoñez, Livonia  398

Dunn, San Antonio  377

A Rodriguez, Pontiac  365

C Peña, Bobcaygeon  363

 

FINAL 2008

PITCHING LEADERS

 

Earned Run Average:

Peavy, Pontiac  2.44

Sabathia, Saginaw  2.69

Beckett, Boomtown  2.90

Silva, Beaver Falls  3.05

Lackey, Estey  3.06

 

Wins:

Peavy, Pontiac  21-13

Webb, Livonia  20-9

Penny, San Antonio  20-10

Silva, Beaver Falls  19-7

Halladay, Buffalo  18-8

Carmona, Can-Am  18-12

 

Strikeouts:

Peavy, Pontiac  322

J Vazquez, Livonia  279

J Santana, Massillon  274

Kazmir, Beaver Falls  264

Haren, San Antonio  257

 

Saves:

Janssen, Beaver Falls  42

Nathan, Livonia  41

Saito, Saginaw  39

R Perez, San Antonio  36

Putz, Bedrock  35

 

Shutouts:

Pettitte, Massillon  5

Willis, Can-Am  5

Maine, Brooklyn  4

Meche, Antioch  4

Silva, Beaver Falls  4

Lackey, Estey  4

Hudson, Buffalo  4

Sabathia, Saginaw  4

 

Complete Games:

Peavy, Pontiac  28

Beckett, Boomtown  22

Sabathia, Saginaw  23

Wainwright, Boomtown  21

Carmona, Can-Am  19

Bedard, Wyandotte  19

Lackey, Estey  19

 

Innings Pitched:

Peavy, Pontiac  291.1

Sabathia, Saginaw  291.1

Meche, Antioch  272.2

Lackey, Estey  271

Hudson, Buffalo  269

 

Games Pitched:

Neshek, Can-Am  98

R Peña, Can-Am  86

Hampson, Buffalo  83

Capps, Buffalo  82

Hoffman, Can-Am  80

 

 

FINAL 2007

BATTING LEADERS

Average:

Cano, Uintah  .376

Mauer, Wyandotte  .373

Paulino, Woodland  .340

Jeter, Bedrock  .333

M Young, Bobcaygeon  .329

 

Home Runs:

Howard, Pontiac  68

Pujols, Livonia  58

Hafner, Beaver Falls  57

Dye, Pontiac  52

Ortiz, Livonia  52

 

Runs Batted In:

Howard, Pontiac  166

Pujols, Livonia  154

Beltran, Bedrock  142

Berkman, Wyandotte  138

Morneau, Wyandotte  137

 

Stolen Bases:

Crawford, Wyandotte  83

H Ramirez, Beaver Falls  62

Reyes, Wyandotte  53

Jeter, Bedrock  53

Figgins, Estey  46

Freel, Bobcaygeon  46

 

Slugging Pct:

Hafner, Beaver Falls  .702

Pujols, Livonia  .673

Howard, Pontiac  .645

Cano, Unitah  .633

Beltran, Bedrock  .595

 

On-Base Pct:

Mauer, Wyandotte  .428

Hafner, Beaver Falls  .428

Bonds, Bedrock  .424

N Johnson, Bedrock  .415

Sizemore, Can-Am  .401

 

Hits:

Mauer, Wyandotte  243

Jeter, Bedrock  236

Cano, Uintah  231

M Young, Bobcaygeon  215

Tejada, Can-Am  214

 

Walks:

Bonds, Bedrock  130

Giambi, San Antonio  114

Ortiz, Livonia  113

Bay, Livonia  113

Abreu, Roslyn  111

 

Runs Scored:

Crawford, Wyandotte  151

N Johnson, Bedrock  148

Pujols, Livonia  142

Jeter, Bedrock  140

H Ramirez, Beaver Falls  129

 

Doubles:

Cano, Uintah  67

N Johnson, Bedrock  66

Matthews, Boomtown  63

O Cabrera, Buffalo  58

M Young, Bobcaygeon  57

 

Hit By Pitch:

Willingham, Boomtown 29

Burke, Bedrock  26

Utley, San Antonio  26

Freel, Bobcaygeon  24

Sizemore, Can-Am  23

Holliday, Buffalo  23

 

Hitting Streak:

Mauer, Wyandotte  29

Cano, Uintah  24

Cameron, Beaver Falls  22

Howard, Pontiac  22

V Guerrero, Midtown  21

 

Grand Slams:

Beltre, San Antonio  4

Kearns, Beaver Falls  4

Hernandez, Livonia  3

Glaus, Midtown  3

Ibañez, Uintah  3

J Drew, Woodland  3

 

Extra-Base Hits:

Hafner, Beaver Falls  101

Pujols, Livonia  100

Cano, Uintah  98

Beltran, Bedrock  97

Atkins, Wyandotte  96

Howard, Pontiac  96

N Johnson, Bedrock  96

 

FINAL 2007

PITCHING LEADERS

 

Earned Run Average:

Carpenter, Livonia  2.44

Oswalt, Uintah  2.63

Mussina, Uintah  2.96

Santana, Wyandotte  3.13

Liriano, Can-Am  3.19

 

Wins:

Carpenter, Livonia  26-4

Santana, Wyandotte  26-6

Mussina, Uintah  23-7

Rogers, Uintah  21-6

Oswalt, Uintah  20-6

 

Strikeouts:

Santana, Wyandotte  327

Smoltz, San Antonio  267

Peavy, Pontiac  261

Mussina, Uintah  260

Zambrano, Boomtown  258

 

Saves:

Nathan, Livonia  49

Papelbon, Wyandotte  43

Saito, Saginaw  42

F Rodriguez, Can-Am  39

D Reyes, Uintah  39

 

Shutouts:

J Johnson, Brooklyn  4

Kazmir, Beaver Falls  4

Carpenter, Livonia  4

Webb, Livonia  4

8 pitchers tied at   3

 

Complete Games:

Wang, Pontiac  28

Zambrano, Boomtown  26

Santana, Wyandotte  21

Robertson, Bobcaygeon  19

Halladay, Buffalo  16

Oswalt, Uintah  16

 

Opponent Batting Avg:

Papelbon, Wyandotte  .098

M Rivera, Bedrock  .120

Wagner, Wyandotte  .132

Ryan, Beaver Falls  .137

Saito, Saginaw  .139

 

Innings Pitched:

Santana, Wyandotte  293.2

Wang, Pontiac  287.1

Zambrano, Boomtown  282.1

Smoltz, San Antonio  267.2

Carpenter, Livonia  265.1

 

Games Started:

Arroyo, Saginaw  35

Harang, Massillon  35

Pettitte, Estey  35

Smoltz, San Antonio  35

8 pitchers tied at  34

 

Games Pitched:

Rauch, San Antonio  112

Torres, San Antonio  93

Embree, San Antonio  91

Carrasco, San Antonio  88

Street, Woodland  88

 

TEAM LEADERS:

ERA - LIVONIA  3.56

AVG - UINTAH  .287

RUNS/GAME - BEDROCK 6.4

OBP - BEDROCK  .366

SLUG - LIVONIA  .494

FIELDING - LIVONIA  .985

 

Rev. 8/2/14

JULY 2014 STANDINGS

 

EASTERN DIVISION

 

RIVERTOWN OTTERS (R. Christianson)     74    38   .661

SAN ANTONIO SPARTANS (L. Bond)     72    40   .643

BUFFALO BISON (J. Duke)                        69    43   .616

SAGINAW ACES (J. Dashner)                    52    60   .464

INDIANA INFERNO (J. Hamel)                    49    63   .438

BURLINGAME KNIGHTS (J. Fairlie)         44    68   .383

 

CENTRAL DIVISION

 

MIDTOWN MUDDOGS (B. Rizzo)               65    47   .580

BATON ROUGE CAJUN CATFISH (B. Lebeck)       64    48   .571

WYANDOTTE FALCONS (D. Brim)            60    52   .536

BEDROCK BOMBERS (R. Swinkin)          57    55   .509

BOOMTOWN RATS (C. Stinson)                 47    65   .420

DANBURY DIRT DOBBERS (S. Davis)     38    74   .339

 

WESTERN DIVISION

 

PAXTON PANTHERS (M. Medoff)               61    51   .545

LIVONIA LYNX (T. Kusch)                             60    52   .536

ALISO VIEJO REDBIRDS (S. Ryan)        59    53   .527

WOODLAND WARLOCKS (R. Milinkovich)   51    61   .455

CAN-AM DRIFTERS (M. Dorn)                     48    64   .429

METROMESS DAWGS (A. White)                38    74   .339

 

Green text indicates playoff teams.

 

July 29 Newsletter from Commissioner John Duke:

LEAGUE NEWS

Thanks to all managers for a strong effort in July. We had no (ZERO) late results submission, which makes the league run so much smoother and is probably better and more fun for everyone. THANKS!

As always, if you are forced to be late for any reason, prompt communication to the other manager and to me is of utmost importance.

The three divisional races tightened up even more in July, as all 3 divisions have 3 clubs bunched within 5 games of each other for the crown. The West is the tightest, with Paxton leading Livonia by just 1 game and Aliso Viejo by 2. Rivertown’s continues to lead the East by 2 games over San Antonio and 5 over Buffalo, while Midtown has recaptured the Central lead by 1 game over Baton Rouge and 5 over Wyandotte. Currently, San Antonio, Buffalo and Baton Rouge lead the Wild Cards race, but Wyandotte, Livonia, Aliso Viejo and Bedrock are all lucking within 7 games of the final slot.

Good luck to all managers as we round the corner into the home stretch of the playoff races!

NEW BATON ROUGE MANAGER NAMED

Brian Lebeck of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, agreed to rejoin the NABC and took over the Baton Rouge franchise, previously Brian’s own Beaver Falls Bats, effective for July games.  Brian has had 2 previous stints in the NABC, once in the old dice days and more recently with the BBW setup. Welcome back, Brian, to the NABC and Good Luck!

I also want to thank Jeff Bond for his tenure as Baton Rouge manager for 3+ seasons. Jeff endured some tough years, but the club has emerged as a solid contender this year. Nice going, Jeff! We wish you all the best!

TO-DO'S FOR ALL

Tuesday, August 5th: August road instructions E-Mailed to home managers.

Tuesday, August 26th: All home F-File results E-Mailed to visiting manager and to Commissioner.

Friday, September 5th: September road instructions E-Mailed to home managers

TRADE REPORT (effective for August games, as reported through 7-28-14)

Can-Am sends Clay Buchholz, Justin Wilson, Jamey Wright, 2015 #6, 2015 #7 and Paxton’s 2015 #5 to Paxton for Yuniesky Betancourt, Josh Roenicke, Joe Saunders and 2015 #1 and 2015 #2.

Woodland sends Jhonny Peralta to Paxton for Adam LaRoche and 2015 #7.

Midtown sends Justin Upton, Jay Bruce, Evereth Cabrera, Andrew Miller, Jurickson Profar and Felix Hernandez to Aliso Viejo for Mike Trout, Brett Gardner, Zack Cozart, Tanner Scheppers, Neil Walker and Chris Sale.

Rivertown sends Wil Nieves to Paxton for Can-Am’s 2015 #6. Paxton cuts Tommy Hanson.

Rivertown sends Jean Machi, Moises Sierra and 2015 #5 to Aliso Viejo for Torii Hunter and Caleb Thielbar.

INJURY REPORT (for August games)

We had a total of 22 carryover injuries to 21 different players this month.  In addition, there are 4 corrections for a June injury that was not observed correctly in July, plus one injury from June that extends into August. Aliso Viejo, Danbury, Livonia, Midtown, Rivertown and Woodland all managed to escaped the injury bug this time. So, please be careful to observe these for your team and opponents. With 4 injuries from June not observed correctly in July, please try to be more careful as we keep up the  GOOD WORK!

(n) after games is the series number when the injury occurred

Please note: The final entry for each injury is which games the player will miss in August. If it represents all games of a series, then the player should be removed from the Active roster and can be replaced by a Farm team player. If the number is fewer than the number of games in the series, then the player may or may not remain on the Active roster, but he MUST miss the FIRST so many games (such as 2 of 4) in the series.

 

Aliso Viejo

NONE

Baton Rouge

Darin Ruf 10 games (1) (@Mid-4, Ali-4, @Pax-2)

Yasiel Puig 13 games (7) (@Mid-4, Ali-4, @Pax,4, Wya-1)

Bedrock

Nick Punto 3 games (7) (Boo-3)

Boomtown

Giancarlo Stanton 5 games (n/a) (@Riv-4, Bur-1) (correction of previous error)

Alfonso Soriano 3 games (4) (Mid-3)

Eric Sogard 3 games (n/a) (@Riv-3) (correction of previous error)

Norichika Aoki 2 games (n/a) (@Riv-2) (correction of previous error)

Buffalo

James Paxton 15 games (4) (Ind-4, Pax-4, Bat-4, @Dan-3)

Asdrubal Cabrera 3 games (4) (Pax-3)

Burlingame

Daisuke Matsuzaka 40 games (6) (All August games, plus first 15 games in September)

Can-Am

Francisco Liriano 22 games (3) (Sag-4, @Boo-4, Dan-4, @Ind-4, @Met-4, Liv-2)

Wil Myers 10 games (6) (@Ind-4, @Met-4, Liv-2)

Danbury

NONE

Indiana

Yan Gomes 11 games (5) (Can-4, Dan-4, @Wya-3)

Alejandro DeAza 1 game (4) (Can-1)

Livonia

NONE

MetroMess

Chris Stewart 13 games (n/a) (Buf-4, @Bed-4, Boo-4, @Riv-1) (Carryover games from June injury)

Jeff Mathis 11 games (4) (@Riv-4, Can-4, @Pax-3)

Daniel Nava 4 games (3) (Boo-4)

Midtown

NONE

Paxton

Dale Thayer 5 games (6) (Met-5)

Chris Johnson 3 games (n/a) (Bat-3) (correction of previous error)

J.P. Arencibia 3 games (5) (@Ali-3)

Rivertown

NONE

Saginaw

Jarrod Cosart 22 games (1) (@Can-4, San-5, @Bur-4, Ali-4, Wya-4, @Bed-1)

Madison Bumgarner 10 games (3) (@Bur-4, Ali-4, Wya-2)

Jason Castro 2 games (1) (@Can-2)

San Antonio

Allen Craig 11 games (5) (Woo-4, Bed-4, @Mid-3)

Gio Gonzalez 4 games (6) (@Mid-4)

Woodland

NONE

Wyandotte

Jed Lowrie 4 + 1 = 5 games (2,4) (Liv-4, @Ali-1)

 

Please highlight all injuries to your players as well as all injuries to players from other clubs who must miss games against you. As a road manager, if a player must miss an entire series, you must remove him from your roster for that series. As a home manager, you are responsible for holding out the correct players for both teams. Please check the instructions you get from road managers against this list, before playing the series. If there are discrepancies, please request revised instructions from the road manager. This should be easy to do with just a little care! Thanks.

 

DANBURY DEFEATS WYANDOTTE, 4 GAMES TO 2,

TO WIN 2013 NABC WORLD SERIES!

This newsletter contains series and game summaries for the 2013 NABC World Series and other playoff series. The box scores and playoff statistics are all available in the final C-file that I distributed by e-mail. Congratulations to the 3rd seeded Danbury Dirt Dobbers, managed by Steve Davis, who defeated manager Dave Brim and his 5th seeded Wyandotte Falcons, in a tightly-contested 6 game series. Wyandotte led 2 games to 1, before Danbury rallied to take the final 3 games. This was the first matchup of #3 and #5 seeds in the World Series since seeding began in 2000 and just the second time the #3 seed won the title. The WS games were played online via join.me, as, once again, this season all playoff games were contested via either a phone or chat connection. Thanks to all playoff managers for completing games promptly.

For Danbury manager Steve Davis, in his third NABC year, this was his second playoff and finals appearance, having lost the WS in 2012. The Danbury franchise, in the playoffs for the first time since 2005, now has 20 playoff runs in 33 seasons overall, plus 4 World Series titles in 11 tries, with the most recent previous championship in 2001. For Wyandotte’s manager Brim, in his 29th season in the NABC as the only Falcons manager, this was the 5th World Series appearances, plus the 10th qualification for the playoffs. The Falcons’ two previous titles were won in 1994 and 2005.

In the series, Danbury dropped the opener in 12 innings, won game 2 and lost game 3, before bouncing back to win the last 3 games, including a 10 inning 3-2 walk off in the clinching game 6. Over the course of the post-season, the Bison offense was led by Ben Zobrist (.319, 22 for 69, 12 runs and 14 walks), the pesky Marco Scutaro ( .357, 20 for 56) and Buster Posey (.233, 6 hr, 14 rbi). Kyle Lohse (3-0, 2.08, with 3 complete games) and Jake Peavy (2-0, 1.99) led the Dirt Dobbers starting staff. For Wyandotte, Paul Goldschmidt (.283, 15-53, 6 doubles, 8 runs, 6 rbi), Andrew McCutchen (.220, 4hr, 13 rbi) and Justin Ruggiano (.259, 14-54, 10 runs) were the most productive hitters, while Felipe Paulino (4-0, 1.41, 3 complete games and 14 hits allowed in 38.1 innings was spectacular. Indeed, an injury to Paulino in WS game 5, after facing just 1 Dobbers batter, seemed to take the wind out of the Falcons’ sails.

Congratulations to both Steve and Dave for making it to the finals, and thanks to all NABC managers for another great year!

PLAYOFF RESULTS:

First Round: Danbury Dirt Dobbers over Woodland Warlocks, 4 games to 3.

Wyandotte Falcons over Buffalo Bison, 4 games to 1.

Second Round: Wyandotte Falcons over Rivertown Otters, 4 games to 0.

Danbury Dirt Dobbers over Aliso Viejo Redbirds, 4 games to 2.

World Series: Danbury Dirt Dobbers over Wyandotte Falcons, 4 games to 2.

FINAL 2013 STANDINGS

 

EASTERN DIVISION

 

RIVERTOWN OTTERS (R. Christianson)   110    52   .679

BUFFALO BISON (J. Duke)                      101    61   .623

INDIANA INFERNO (J. Hamel)                    79    83   .488

SAGINAW ACES (J. Dashner)                    77    85   .475

SAN ANTONIO SPARTANS (L. Bond)      63    99   .389

BROOKLYN KNIGHTS (G. Kendall)          62  100   .383

 

CENTRAL DIVISION

 

DANBURY DIRT DOBBERS (S. Davis)  101    61   .623

WYANDOTTE FALCONS (D. Brim)            91    71   .562

BEDROCK BOMBERS (R. Swinkin)         84    78   .519

MIDTOWN MUDDOGS (B. Rizzo)               78    84   .460

BOOMTOWN RATS (C. Stinson)                66    96   .407

BATON ROUGE CAJUN CATFISH (J. Bond)    62  100   .383

 

WESTERN DIVISION

 

ALISO VIEJO REDBIRDS (T. Kontokanis)   107    55   .660

WOODLAND WARLOCKS (R. Milinkovich)   88    74   .543

LIVONIA LYNX (T. Kusch)                             80    82   .494

METROMESS DAWGS (A. White)                77    85   .475

COLUMBIA BANDITS (M. Medoff)               67    95   .414

CAN-AM DRIFTERS (M. Dorn)                     65    97   .401

 

Green text indicates playoff teams.

TO-DO'S FOR ALL:

Saturday, March 8th, 2014: Please mark your calendars for the 2014 NABC Draft. The draft will be held at Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan, beginning at 10am Eastern. We will have a chat room and phone available on draft day.

 

BUFFALO DEFEATS DANBURY, 4 GAMES TO 3,

TO WIN 2012 NABC WORLD SERIES!

This newsletter contains series and game summaries for the 2012 NABC World Series and other playoff series. The box scores and playoff statistics are all available in the final C-file that I distributed by e-mail. Congratulations to the 1st seeded Buffalo Bison, managed by John Duke, who defeated manager Steve Davis and his 2nd seeded Danbury Dirt Dobbers, in a thrilling 7 game series. Danbury led 3 games to 1, before Buffalo came on to take the final 3 games. This was the first matchup of #1 and #2 seeds in the World Series since 2007 and the first 7 game WS since 2008. The games were played via phone, as, once again, this season all playoff games were contested via either a phone or chat connection. Thanks to all playoff managers for completing games promptly.

For Buffalo manager Duke, in his 34th season in the NABC, this was the 4th World Series title in 7 WS appearances, plus the 23rd qualification for the playoffs. The Bison’s previous titles were won in 1980, 2003 and 2010. For manager Steve Davis, in his second NABC year, this was his first playoff and finals appearance. The Danbury franchise, in the playoffs for the first time since 2005, now has 19 playoff runs in 32 seasons overall, plus 3 World Series titles in 10 tries, with the most recent title in 2001.

In the series, Buffalo took the opener, then lost 3 straight to the Dobbers, before bouncing back to win the last 3 games, including a 12-4 romp in the decisive game 7. Over the course of the post-season, the Bison offense was led by Matt Holliday (.342, 13 for 28, 6 homers, 9 runs and 16 RBI). Mike Napoli (.341, 14-41, 6 homers, 9 runs, 14 RBI) and the pesky Dustin Ackley ( .333, 11 for 33). Roy Halladay posted a 3-1 record with a 3.69 ERA in 5 post-season starts, including victories in the clinching game of both the second round and the final series. For Danbury, Michael Young (.367, 22-60, 6 doubles, 10 runs, 14 rbi) and Ben Zobrist (.250, 13-52, 6 homers 10 runs, 12 rbi) were the most productive hitters, while Victor Martinez (.436, 24-55, 7 doubles, 8 RBI) and Melky Cabrera (.313, 15-48, 7 runs) hit consistently well. Cliff Lee went 3-2 despite a 6.37 ERA in 5 starts, as the Dobbers staff posted a 6.19 post-season ERA.

Congratulations to both John and Steve for making it to the finals, and thanks to all NABC managers for another great year!

2012 FINAL STANDINGS

 

EASTERN DIVISION

 

BUFFALO BISON (J. Duke)                      113    49   .698

x-RIVERTOWN OTTERS (R. Christianson)  92    70   .568

x-SAN ANTONIO SPARTANS (L. Bond)  92    70   .568

SAGINAW ACES (J. Dashner)                    82    80   .506

BROOKLYN KNIGHTS (G. Kendall)          82    80   .506

INDIANA INFERNO (J. Hamel)                    70    92   .432

 

CENTRAL DIVISION

 

DANBURY DIRT DOBBERS (S. Davis)  107    55   .660

MIDTOWN MUDDOGS (B. Rizzo)               99    63   .611

WYANDOTTE FALCONS (D. Brim)            80    82   .494

BOOMTOWN RATS (C. Stinson)                71    91   .438

BEDROCK BOMBERS (R. Swinkin)          62  100   .383

BATON ROUGE CAJUN CATFISH (J. Bond)    58  104   .358

 

WESTERN DIVISION

 

WOODLAND WARLOCKS (R. Milinkovich)   96    66   .593

ALISO VIEJO REDBIRDS (T. Kontokanis)      95    67   .586

METROMESS DAWGS (A. White)                76    86   .469

LIVONIA LYNX (T. Kusch)                             68    94   .420

CRESTLINE BOBCATS (E. Lilly)                 65    97   .401

CAN-AM DRIFTERS (M. Dorn)                      50  112   .309

 

x-Rivertown defeated San Antonio in a one-game tiebreaker for the final playoff spot.

 

Green text indicates playoff teams.

2012 PLAYOFF RESULTS

First Round: Midtown Muddogs over Aliso Viejo Redbirds, 4 games to 2.

Rivertown Otters over Woodland Warlocks, 4 games to 2.

Second Round: Danbury Dirt Dobbers over Midtown Muddogs, 4 games to 3.

Buffalo Bison over Rivertown Otters, 4 games to 0.

WORLD SERIES: Buffalo Bison over Danbury Dirt Dobbers, 4 games to 3.

 

 

LIVONIA DEFEATS DUBLIN, 4 GAMES TO 2,

TO WIN 2011 NABC WORLD SERIES!

Congratulations to the 6th seeded Livonia Lynx, managed by Tom Kusch, who defeated rookie manager Nick Dorn and his 5th seeded Dublin Ducks, in a back-and-forth 6 game series. The series was knotted at 2 games apiece, before Livonia came on to take the final 2 games. Since we adopted our 3 division setup and new playoff format in 2000, this is the first matchup of #5 and #6 seeds in the World Series. The games were played via phone, as, once again, this season all playoff games were contested via either a phone or chat connection. Thanks to all playoff managers for completing games promptly.

For Livonia manager Kusch, in his 28th season in the NABC and 11th at the helm of the Lynx, this was the 3rd World Series title in 8 WS attempts, including 2 of 5 with the Lynx, plus the 18th appearance in the playoffs, and 7th with the Lynx. Tom’s previous titles were won in 1988 and 2007. For manager Nick Dorn, in his rookie year, this was his first playoff and finals appearance. The Dublin franchise, now has 18 playoff appearances overall, plus 6 World Series titles in 8 tries, with the most recent title in 1998.

In the series, Livonia won the last 2 games, including a 14-6 romp in game 6. Over the course of the post-season, the Lynx offense was led by Rafael Furcal (.364, 28 for 77, 7 doubles, 15 runs and 12 RBI). Magglio Ordonez (.303, 20-66, 3 homers, 13 RBI) and Albert Pujols ( a disappointing .216, but 8 doubles and 14 RBI) helped the Livonia cause. Daniel Hudson posted a 6-1 record with a 2.77 ERA in 7 post-season starts, including victories in the clinching game of both the second round and the final series. For Dublin, Miguel Cabrera (.288, 17-59, 4 homers, 10 runs, 11 RBI) and Billy Butler (.319, 22 for 69, 7 doubles, 7 RBI) were the most consistent hitters, while Matt Kemp (.226, but 6 homers and 14 RBI) had his moments, as well. Ubaldo Jimenez went 5-1 with a 3.35 ERA in 6 starts, but came up short in the finale.

Congratulations to both Tom and Nick for making it to the finals, and thanks to all NABC managers for another great year!

2011 FINAL STANDINGS

 

EASTERN DIVISION

 

BUFFALO BISON (J. Duke)                        98    64   .605

SAN ANTONIO SPARTANS (L. Bond)     96    66   .593

DUBLIN DUCKS (N. Dorn)                          93    69   .574

BROOKLYN KNIGHTS (G. Kendall)          88    74   .543

SUMMIT SHAMROCKS (B. Donovan)      82    80   .506

SAGINAW ACES (J. Dashner)                    73    89   .451

 

CENTRAL DIVISION

 

MIDTOWN MUDDOGS (B. Rizzo)             100    62   .617

WYANDOTTE FALCONS (D. Brim)            86    76   .531

BEDROCK BOMBERS (R. Swinkin)          80    82   .494

BATON ROUGE CAJUN CATFISH (J. Bond)    77    85   .475

DANBURY DIRT DOBBERS (S. Davis)     67    95   .414

BOOMTOWN RATS (C. Stinson)                45   117   .278

 

WESTERN DIVISION

 

CAN-AM DRIFTERS (M. Dorn)                    101    61   .623

LIVONIA LYNX (T. Kusch)                              93    69   .574

WOODLAND WARLOCKS (R. Milinkovich)    81    81   .500

ALISO VIEJO REDBIRDS (T. Kontokanis)      74    88   .457

CAPE SPEAR SILVERJETS (S. MacKay)  64    98   .395

BOBCAYGEON STARS (M. McElwee)        60   102   .370

 

Green text indicates teams playoff teams.

2011 PLAYOFF RESULTS

First Round: Dublin Ducks over San Antonio Spartans, 4 games to 1.

Livonia Lynx over Buffalo Bison, 4 games to 3.

Second Round: Livonia Lynx over Can-Am Drifters, 4 games to 3.

Dublin Ducks over Midtown Muddogs, 4 games to 0.

World Series: Livonia Lynx over Dublin Ducks, 4 games to 2.

 

BUFFALO DEFEATS WOODLAND, 4 GAMES TO 1,

TO WIN 2010 NABC WORLD SERIES!

Congratulations to the 3rd seeded Buffalo Bison, managed by John Duke, who defeated, manager Rob Milinkovich and his 1st seeded Woodland Warlocks, in a tightly contested 5 game series. 3 of the games were decided by 1 run, with another ended by a walk off 3-run homer. Since we adopted our 3 division setup and new playoff format in 2000, Buffalo’s victory breaks a run of 10 different teams and managers as champions in the previous 10 seasons, as the Bison are the first club to win 2 NABC crowns since 2000. The games were played via phone, as, once again, this season all playoff games were contested via either a phone or chat connection. Thanks to all playoff managers for completing games promptly.

For Buffalo manager Duke, in his thirty-second season at the helm of the Bison, this was the 3rd World Series title in 6 WS attempts, plus the twenty-first appearance in the playoffs. Buffalo’s previous titles were won in 1980 and 2003. For manager Milinkovich and the defending NABC champion Woodland franchise, this was the second World Series appearance and fourth playoff appearance overall.

In the series, Woodland captured the opening game, but Buffalo roared back to win the next 4 to complete the stunning upset of the Warlocks, who had by far and away the best regular season record in the NABC. Over the course of the post-season, the Bison offense was led by Russ Branyan (.292, 6 homers, 12 RBI), Carlos Gonzalez (.273, 5 triples, 11 RBI) and Lyle Overbay (.300, 5 runs). Roy Halladay started 6 games and posted a 3-0 record with a 1.88 ERA. For Woodland, Derrek Lee (.235, 2 homers, 8 RBI) was the most consistent run producer, while Felix Hernandez went 3-1 with a 2.10 ERA in 4 starts. Finally, the Bison won 12 of 15 post-season games, with an unreal 8-1 mark in 1-run decisions.

Congratulations to both John and Rob for making it to the finals, and thanks to all NABC managers for another great year!

 

2010 FINAL STANDINGS

 

EASTERN DIVISION

 

BUFFALO BISON (J. Duke)                        93    69   .574

SAN ANTONIO SPARTANS (L. Bond)     80    82   .494

BROOKLYN KNIGHTS (G. Kendall)          76    86   .469

SAGINAW ACES (J. Dashner)                    75    87   .463

ESTEY MAULERS (M. Hutek)                     73    89   .451

PONTIAC NIGHTHAWKS (B. Donovan)       72    90   .446

 

CENTRAL DIVISION

 

BOOMTOWN RATS (C. Stinson)             100    62   .617

BEDROCK BOMBERS (R. Swinkin)         86    76   .531

BEAVER FALLS BATS (B. Lebeck)          86    76   .531

WYANDOTTE FALCONS (D. Brim)            81    81   .500

MIDTOWN MUDDOGS (B. Rizzo)              74    88   .457

MASSILLON WEREWOLVES (D. Krason)   64    98   .395

 

WESTERN DIVISION

 

WOODLAND WARLOCKS (R. Milinkovich)  121    41   .747

x-BOBCAYGEON STARS (M. McElwee)      85    77   .525

x-KANSAS CITY ATHLETICS (A. Robertson) 85    77   .525

LIVONIA LYNX (T. Kusch)                              80    82   .494

CAPE SPEAR SILVERJETS (S. MacKay)   73    89   .451

CAN-AM DRIFTERS (M. Dorn)                       54  108   .333

 

x-Bobcaygeon defeated Kansas City in a one-game tiebreaker for the final playoff spot.

 

Green text indicates playoff teams.

2010 PLAYOFF RESULTS

Play-In Game: Bobcaygeon Stars over Kansas City Athletics.

First Round: Bedrock Bombers over Beaver Falls Bats, 4 games to 0.

Buffalo Bison over Bobcaygeon Stars, 4 games to 2.

Second Round: Woodland Warlocks over Bedrock Bombers, 4 games to 1.

Buffalo Bison over Boomtown Rats, 4 games to 0.

World Series: Buffalo Bison over Woodland Warlocks, 4 games to 1.

 

WOODLAND DEFEATS BROOKLYN, 4 GAMES TO 2,

TO WIN 2009 NABC WORLD SERIES!

Congratulations to the 1st seeded Pontiac Nighthawks, managed by Rob Milinkovich, who defeated manager Gary Kendall and his 3rd seeded Brooklyn Knights, in an exciting 6 game series. Since we adopted our 3 division setup and new playoff format in 2000, Woodland’s victory means that we have crowned 10 different teams and managers as champions in the last 10 seasons. The games were played via phone, as, once again, this season all playoff games were contested via either a phone or chat connection. Thanks to all playoff managers for completing games promptly.

For manager Milinkovich and the Woodland franchise, this was the first World Series appearance and first NABC title in his 17 seasons at the helm of the 1993 expansion club. It was Rob’s third playoff appearance. For Brooklyn manager Kendall, in his sixteenth season at the helm of the 17-year expansion Knights, who were also a 1993 expansion club, this was also the first World Series appearance and also the third appearance in the playoffs. So, the Warlocks and Knights are now linked in NABC history, as they both paid their dues over the same years and achieved their first World Series appearances together this season.

In the series, Woodland captured the first 3 games, before Brooklyn bounced back to win the next 2 and make it uncomfortable for the Warlocks, who had by far and away the best regular season record in the NABC.

Congratulations to both Rob and Gary for making it to the finals, and thanks to all NABC managers for another great year!

2009 FINAL STANDINGS

 

EASTERN DIVISION

 

BROOKLYN KNIGHTS (G. Kendall)           93    69    .574

ESTEY MAULERS (M. Hutek)                      82    80    .506

BUFFALO BISON (J. Duke)                          78    84    .481

PONTIAC NIGHTHAWKS (D. Hogg)           76    86    .469

SAGINAW ACES (J. Dashner)                     75    87    .463

SAN ANTONIO SPARTANS (L. Bond)       73    89    .451

 

CENTRAL DIVISION

 

BOOMTOWN RATS (C. Stinson)                  95    67   .586

WYANDOTTE FALCONS (D. Brim)              91    71   .562

x-MIDTOWN MUDDOGS (B. Rizzo)              83    79   .512

BEDROCK BOMBERS (R. Swinkin)            77    85   .475

BEAVER FALLS BATS (B. Lebeck)            76    86   .469

MASSILLON WEREWOLVES (J. Gardiner)   63    99   .389

 

WESTERN DIVISION

 

WOODLAND WARLOCKS (R. Milinkovich)  114   48   .704

LIVONIA LYNX (T. Kusch)                              94    68   .580

x-CAN-AM DRIFTERS (M. Dorn)                   83    79   .512

BOBCAYGEON STARS (M. McElwee)         81    81   .500

KANSAS CITY ATHLETICS (A. Robertson)    66    96   .407

CAPE SPEAR SILVERJETS (S. MacKay)   58  104   .358

 

x-Can-Am defeated Midtown in a one-game tiebreaker for the final playoff spot.

 

Green text indicates playoff teams.

 

2009 PLAYOFF RESULTS

 

OPENING ROUND:

 

#3 Brooklyn def. #6 Can-Am (4 games to 1)


#4 Livonia def. #5 Wyandotte (4 games to 1)

SEMIFINALS:

 

#1 Woodland def. #3 Livonia (4 games to 2)


#3 Brooklyn def. #2 Boomtown (4 games to 3)

 

WORLD SERIES:
 

#1 WOODLAND def. #3 BROOKLYN (4 games to 2)

 

WORLD SERIES CHAMPION:  WOODLAND WARLOCKS!

 

 

 

2008 FINAL STANDINGS

 

EASTERN DIVISION

 

SAN ANTONIO SPARTANS (L. Bond)    100    62    .617

BUFFALO BISON (J. Duke)                         93    69    .574

PONTIAC NIGHTHAWKS (D. Hogg)          91    71    .562

SAGINAW ACES (J. Dashner)                     74    88    .457

BROOKLYN KNIGHTS (G. Kendall)           72    90    .444

ESTEY MAULERS (M. Hutek)                      67    95    .414

 

CENTRAL DIVISION

 

BEAVER FALLS BATS (B. Lebeck)            99    63   .611

BEDROCK BOMBERS (R. Swinkin)           91    71   .562

BOBCAYGEON STARS (M. McElwee)        88    74   .543

BOOMTOWN RATS (C. Stinson)                  87    75   .537

WYANDOTTE FALCONS (D. Brim)              73    89   .451

MIDTOWN MUDDOGS (B. Rizzo)                 68    94   .420

 

WESTERN DIVISION

 

LIVONIA LYNX (T. Kusch)                              103    59   .636

MASSILLON WEREWOLVES (J. Gardiner)  78    84   .481

CAN-AM DRIFTERS (M. Dorn)                        78    84   .481

ANTIOCH ATHLETICS (T. Sommers)            69    93   .426

CAPE SPEAR SILVERJETS (S. MacKay)     65    97   .401

WOODLAND WARLOCKS (R. Milinkovich)  62  100   .383

 

Green text indicates playoff teams.

 

2008 PLAYOFF RESULTS

 

OPENING ROUND:

 

#6 Pontiac def. #3 Beaver Falls (4 games to 3)


#5 Bedrock def. #4 Buffalo (4 games to 2)

SEMIFINALS:

 

#1 Livonia def. #5 Bedrock (4 games to 0)


#6 Pontiac def. #2 San Antonio (4 games to 3)

 

WORLD SERIES:
 

#6 PONTIAC def. #1 LIVONIA (4 games to 3)

 

WORLD SERIES CHAMPION:  PONTIAC NIGHTHAWKS!
 

 

2007 FINAL STANDINGS

 

EASTERN DIVISION

 

BUFFALO BISON (J. Duke)                         86    76    .531

SAN ANTONIO SPARTANS (L. Bond)       84    78    .519

BROOKLYN KNIGHTS (G. Kendall)           82    80    .506

SAGINAW ACES (J. Dashner)                     79    83    .488

PONTIAC NIGHTHAWKS (D. Hogg)          79    83    .488

ESTEY MAULERS (M. Hutek)                      65    97    .401

 

CENTRAL DIVISION

 

WYANDOTTE FALCONS (D. Brim)           106    56   .654

BEDROCK BOMBERS (R. Swinkin)          101    61   .623

BEAVER FALLS BATS (B. Lebeck)            94    68   .580

BOOMTOWN RATS (C. Stinson)                  66    96   .407

MIDTOWN MUDDOGS (B. Rizzo)                 61  101   .377

BOBCAYGEON STARS (M. McElwee)        59  103   .364

 

WESTERN DIVISION

 

LIVONIA LYNX (T. Kusch)                             112    50   .691

UINTAH WOLVES (C. Stokes)                     105    57   .648

CAN-AM DRIFTERS (M. Dorn)                       82    80   .506

WOODLAND WARLOCKS (R. Milinkovich)  74    88   .457

MASSILLON MAULERS (J. Gardiner)           65    97   .401

ROSLYN ATHLETICS (T. Sommers)             58  104   .358

  

Green text indicates playoff teams.

 

2007 PLAYOFF RESULTS

 

OPENING ROUND:

 

#6 Beaver Falls def. #3 Buffalo (4 games to 0)


#5 Bedrock def. #4 Uintah (4 games to 1)

SEMIFINALS:

 

#1 Livonia def. #5 Bedrock (4 games to 2)


#2 Wyandotte def. #6 Beaver Falls (4 games to 1)

 

WORLD SERIES:
 

#1 LIVONIA def. #2 WYANDOTTE (4 games to 2)

 

WORLD SERIES CHAMPION:  LIVONIA LYNX!
 

 

DRAFT DAY 2010 PICTURES @ Madonna Univ.

 

First row (L to R):  Nick Dorn, Dave Hogg, John Dashner, Bryan Rizzo, Mike Dorn, Mike Hutek

Second row (L to R):  Larry Bond, Rob Milinkovich, John Duke, Chris Stinson, Ron Swinkin

 

2009 NABC Champion Rob Milinkovich with the league trophy.