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  • Halfway There
    The 2019 season is offically half done. The only movement in the standings this past chapter was the Apostles taking over first place from the slumping SoCal Slyme in the Wilkie Division. Great Lakes (17-7) also made strides in the EL wildcard race. Several big-name players were traded in Chapter Three, including Christian Yelich (to Charlotte), Scooter Gennett (to Akron), Travis Shaw (to Salem), Gio Gonzalez (to Joplin), and Brandon Nimmo (to Salem.)
  • Another Chapter in the Books
    The surprising Cleveland Rocks surged to 17 wins in Chapter Two and pulled themselves to within five games of the Hrbek Division lead. The SoCal Slyme managed to hold onto their lead over the St. Louis Apostles in the Wilkie Division. Salem and Joplin (both 18-10 in Chapter Two) continue to battle it out for the McGowan title.
  • And We're Off!
    One full chapter is officially in the books. The Los Altos Undertakers and Kansas Law Dogs both dominated the first chapter with records of 21-7. Southern Cal (20-8), Salem (19-9), Akron (19-9), and St. Louis (19-9) also enjoyed a healthy chapter. On the flip side, Niagara (6-22), Darien (8-20), Kansas City (9-19), Myrtle Beach (9-19), and Cleveland (9-19) can begin looking toward 2020.
  • Are You Ready For Some Baseball?
    Opening Day of the 2019 season officially begins February 1st! The St. Louis Apostles look to become only the third team in history to win back-to-back championships. This winter, they added Tommy Pham, James Paxton, and Yuliesky Gurriel, among others, to help with that effort.

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AV: Yelich (KCB), .338 Machado (GLS), .355
HR: K.Davis (RAV), 28 Stanton (GLS), 26
RBI: K.Davis (RAV), 77 Escobar (CHI), 64
OPS: Yelich (KCB), 1.093 Machado (GLS), 1.036
RC: Yelich (KCB), 83.6 Machado (GLS), 79.7
W: Cole (LAU) / T. Williams (AKR), 12 Keuchel (CHI) / Kluber (KAN), 11
ERA: Sale (JOP), 1.83 Snell (SCS), 2.34
K: Cole (LAU), 163 Verlander (CLE), 154
BR/9: Sale (JOP), 8.9 Scherzer (SCS), 8.9
SV: Pressly (FLG), 19 Leclerc (STL), 22

* as of 6/14