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  • 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.
  • Apostles Win!
    The St. Louis Apostles became the first team in BDBL history to sweep all three series in the postseason. Apostles GM/manager Bobby Sylvester captured his first BDBL championship (the second in his family) by sweeping the Joplin Miners in the BDBL's 20th World Series.
  • Joplin vs. St. Louis in BDBL World Series
    The Joplin Miners fought back from a three-games-to-one deficit in the OLCS and upset the Flagstaff Outlaws, extending Jim Doyle's fairytale season into the World Series. Doyle's Miners will face the St. Louis Apostles, who swept their way through both the Division and League Championship Series, including a record-setting 26-9 rout of the Great Lakes Sphinx in Game Two of the ELCS.

Last updated 3/15/19 | This web site and all contents copyright Michael Glander | bdbl@comcast.net
March 16: Chapter Two rotations due
April 7: Happy birthday, Jeff Paulson & Scott Romonosky!
April 10: Happy birthday, Mike Stein & Bart Chinn!
April 27, 10:00pm ET: Chapter Three trading deadline
April 27, 10:00pm ET: All Chapter Two series due
April 28, 9:00pm ET: Chapter Three free agent deadline

OL

EL

AV: Rosario (DBW), .391 Suarez (SCA), .361
HR: Aguilar (LAU), 11 Gallo (NIA) / T.Hernandez (BKS), 10
RBI: Aguilar (LAU), 33 Suarez (SCA), 28
OPS: Aguilar (LAU), 1.287 Suarez (SCA), 1.052
RC: Aguilar (LAU), 35.6 Trout (BKS), 28.7
W: Chavez (JOP) / Cole (LAU), 5 4 tied, 5
ERA: Cahill (SAL), 1.24 Hellickson (MBH), 0.63
K: Cole (LAU), 59 Scherzer (SCS), 61
BR/9: Ray (AKR), 7.8 Hellickson (MBH), 6.0
SV: Pressly (FLG), 11 J.Hughes (KAN) / Iglesias (SCA), 9

* as of 3/13