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Regular season standingsEdit

Qualification for League Championship Series
Qualification for Wildcard Series
Atlantic League regular season standings
Team G W L Pct. GB
Québec City Liberté 624418.710--
Trois-Rivières Saints 623923.6295
Ottawa Nationals 623132.49213.5
London Lions 623033.47614.5
Hamilton Steelers 622834.45216
St. John's Vikings 621250.19432
Pacific League regular season standings
Team G W L Pct. GB
Vancouver Aces 624418.710--
Edmonton Trappers 623923.6295
Victoria Chargers 623329.53211
Calgary Cowboys 623032.48414
Winnipeg Buffaloes 622339.37121
Saskatoon Stallions 622042.32324

Post SeasonEdit

Wildcard SeriesEdit

Ottawa Nationals (3) vs. Trois-Rivières Saints (2)

Game Date Score Location Attendance
1August 26thTrois-Rivières Saints – 6, Ottawa Nationals – 0 Ottawa 10,152
2August 28thOttawa Nationals – 3, Trois-Rivières Saints – 4 Trois-Rivières 4,485

Victoria Chargers (3) vs. Edmonton Trappers (2)

Game Date Score Location Attendance
1August 27th Edmonton Trappers – 3, Victoria Chargers – 4 Victoria 3,778
2August 29thVictoria Chargers – 3, Edmonton Trappers – 10Edmonton 8,979
3August 30thVictoria Chargers – 1, Edmonton Trappers – 5Edmonton 8,967

League ChampionshipEdit

Trois-Rivières Saints (2) vs. Quebec City Libertes (1)

Game Date Score Location Attendance
1August 31st Trois-Rivières Saints – 0, Quebec City Libertes – 6 Quebec City 4,724
2September 1stTrois-Rivières Saints – 5, Quebec City Libertes – 3 Quebec City 4,729
3September 3rdQuebec City Libertes – 3, Trois-Rivières Saints – 5 Trois-Rivières 4,466
4September 4thQuebec City Libertes– 0, Trois-Rivières Saints – 1 Trois-Rivières 4,475
5September 5thQuebec City Libertes – 3, Trois-Rivières Saints – 9 Trois-Rivières 4,492

Edmonton Trappers (2) vs. Vancouver Aces (1)

Game Date Score Location Attendance
1September 1st Edmonton Trappers – 3, Vancouver Aces – 1 Vancouver 6,402
2September 2nd Edmonton Trappers – 4, Vancouver Aces – 15Vancouver 6,408
3September 4thVancouver Aces – 6, Edmonton Trappers – 2Edmonton 9,035
4September 5thVancouver Aces – 4, Edmonton Trappers – 3Edmonton 9,139
5September 6thVancouver Aces – 10, Edmonton Trappers – 12Edmonton 9,160
6September 8thEdmonton Trappers – 3, Vancouver Aces – 0Vancouver 6,393
7September 9thEdmonton Trappers – 6, Vancouver Aces – 7Vancouver 6,437

Canadian Baseball ChampionshipEdit

Trois-Rivières Saints (AL) vs. Vancouver Aces (PL)

Game Date Score Location Attendance
1September 11th Trois-Rivières Saints – 5, Vancouver Aces – 6 Vancouver 6,473
2September 12th Trois-Rivières Saints – 11, Vancouver Aces – 4 Vancouver 6,485
3September 14thVancouver Aces – 7, Trois-Rivières Saints – 2Trois-Rivières 4,477
4September 15th Vancouver Aces – 0, Trois-Rivières Saints – 2Trois-Rivières 4,482
5September 6th Trois-Rivières Saints – 2, Vancouver Aces – 3Vancouver 6,497
6September 8thVancouver Aces – 16, Trois-Rivières Saints – 4Trois-Rivières 4,464


AwardsEdit

MVPEdit

AL: Cory Bickford (Quebec City Liberte) The talented Quebec City Liberté star finished the year 10-4 with a 2.53 ERA. He struck out 143 in 114 innings while walking 45.

PL: Jose Enriquez (Edmonton Trappers)

Pitcher of the YearEdit

AL: Cory Bickford (Quebec City Liberte) The talented Quebec City Liberté star finished the year 10-4 with a 2.53 ERA. He struck out 143 in 114 innings while walking 45.

PL: Cecil Chatwin (Calgary Cowboys) In 17 starts he piled up 112.1 innings, was 9-4 with 103 strikeouts, 20 walks and a 2.56 ERA. Chatwin held opposing hitters to a .248 batting average.

Manager of the YearEdit

AL: Gordon Hickey (Quebec City Liberte)

PL: John Hurley (Vancouver Aces)

Rookie of the YearEdit

AL: Corey Thomas (St. John's Vikings) The Vikings left fielder took the honor by hitting .258 in 44 games this season and finishing with 42 hits, 3 home runs, 23 RBIs and 16 runs scored.

PL: Bill Rose (Winnipeg Buffaloes) He made 21 relief appearances, throwing 7 innings and compiling a 0-0 won-lost mark and a 0.00 ERA. Rose saved 0 games with 9 strikeouts and 2 walks.

Reliever of the YearEdit

AL: Charlie Stamp (London Lions) The 27-year-old native of East Hants, Canada put up a 0.81 ERA, over 33.1 innings of work. He made 30 relief appearances and had 17 saves, 50 strikeouts, 4 walks and a record of 3-1.

PL: The 29-year-old bullpen ace, out of Ramsey, New Jersey, nailed down the award with 18 saves in 30 relief appearances, 60 strikeouts in 31.2 innings and a record of no wins and 2 losses to go with his 1.42 ERA.