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  • Back to Back
    The Los Altos Undertakers defeated the St. Louis Apostles in six games in the BDBL World Series, giving them their second BDBL championship in a row. They are the first franchise to win back-to-back championships since the 2001 Stamford Zoots. The Undertakers now look to equal that team's feat of winning three in a row. Los Altos wrapped up the 2017 season with an astounding 140 wins.
  • David vs. Goliath
    The St. Louis Apostles have done it again. The team that won just 82 games during the regular season defeated their highly-favored, 100+ wins opponent yet again in the postseason. This time, the Apostles SWEPT the highly-favored Great Lakes Sphinx to give Bobby Sylvester his second BDBL World Series appearance in his career. To win the championship, all the Apostles have to do is defeat the greatest, most dominant team in BDBL history.
  • GLS vs. STL in ELCS
    The Great Lakes Sphinx defeated the Chicago Black Sox in six games in the ELDS, which advances them to the ELCS for the second time in franchise history. They will face the St. Louis Apostles, who pulled off a major upset of the Kansas Law Dogs in the ELDS, defeating the highly-favored, 115-win team in seven games.
  • OLCS Matchup Set
    To the surprise of no one, both the Los Altos Undertakers and New Milford Blazers barely broke a sweat in the OL Division Series, and will advance to the Championship Series for an epic, instant-classic, battle. The Undertakers easily dispensed with the Ravenswood Undertakers in five games, while the Blazers swept the Flagstaff Outlaws in the Division Series. This is the second year in a row these two teams will face each other in the OLCS, and the third time in the past six seasons.

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AV: Brantley (LAU), .355 L.Cain (Kan), .344
HR: Arenado (LAU), 42 Harper (Chi), 57
RBI: Choo (NMB), 128 Harper (Chi), 144
OPS: Brantley (LAU), .985 Harper (Chi), 1.129
RC: Choo (NMB), 143.1 Harper (Chi), 172.3
W: Sale (LAU), 24 Keuchel (Kan), 24
ERA: Archer (LAU), 2.39 Greinke (Cle), 2.25
K: Sale (LAU), 320 Kluber (Cle), 284
BR/9: Scherzer (Rav), 8.2 Arrieta (Kan), 8.2
SV: Gregerson (Flg), 43 W.Davis (Kan), 51

* Final, 2016