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  • Los Altos Does It Again
    The Los Altos Undertakers have won the 2023 BDBL championship. It is the record-tying fifth championship trophy for Jeff Paulson, tying Tom DiStefano's record as an owner, and also tying Virginia's record as a franchise. The Undertakers defeated the Lake Norman Monsters in five games in the World Series, winning the last two games in extra innings.
  • History in the making?
    The Los Altos Undertakers will attempt to become the first franchise in BDBL history to win FIVE BDBL championships. In order to do so, they will have to get past just one more team: the Lake Norman Monsters. The Monsters, led by third-year owner Joe Demski, won a trophy under John Duel in 2012. Both teams won their Championship Series in five games.
  • LCS matchups are set
    The four-time-champion Los Altos Undertakers and defending-champion Akron Ryche will square off for the OL title in the OLCS. In the EL, the Lake Norman Monsters will take on the Charlotte Mustangs as Tony Chamra looks to win his second BDBL trophy and Joe Demski fights for his first World Series appearance.
  • Let the TOR begin!
    For the first time in league history, two one-game playoffs are necessary to determine which teams will advance into the BDBL postseason! The Ravenswood Infidels and Cleveland Rocks will play for the OL wildcard, and the Kansas Law Dogs and South Philly Gritty will play for the Higuera title. The rest of the field is set, with Los Altos and Lake Norman owning the top seeds in the OL and EL, respectively.

Last updated 12/1/23 | This web site and all contents copyright Michael Glander | bdbl@comcast.net
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January 11: Happy birthday, Commish!
January 13: Free agent draft begins

OL

EL

AV: McNeill (LAU), .321 Arraez (CLT), .351
HR: Goldschmidt (CLE), 45 Judge (BBB), 60
RBI: Tucker (LAU), 136 Judge (BBB), 143
OPS: Alvarez (DBW), 1.049 Judge (BBB), 1.057
RC: Goldschmidt (CLE), 157.5 Judge (BBB), 166.4
W: Bieber (LAU), 24 Nola (LKN), 20
ERA: Verlander (SCS), 2.06 McClanahan (SPG), 2.54
K: Cole (AKR), 296 Nola (LKN), 233
BR/9: Cortes (AKR), 9.0 Fried (MBH), 9.9
SV: Clase (LAU), 45 Phillips (CLT), 34

* Final, 2023