HALL OF CHAMPIONS (page 1)
PAYING HOMAGE TO OUR PAST
2007 INDIANS 8-9-1
***Fighting against tough odds, our first league champion had to participate against stronger, older competition in the Springfield Parks league along with the Athletics and Phillies in our initial year. They went on to capture the World Series winning 3 games and tying one over the four game tourney. The final game featured a 3 to 2 win over the Athletics and included two double plays and a triple play.
2008 METS 15-4
***In our first year of exclusive play the Mets ran out to an early lead in the National league finishing 10-4 in the regular season. They handed the AL champion Royals their only loss in the regular season before entering what would be a tough NL playoff set. After posting three victories they had to hold off a tough Braves team 2-1 to advance to the Championship game against the AL winning Royals. The Championship game featured a strong pitching duel. All the game's runs were scored in the second inning when the Mets scored 5 and the Royals scored 3. The final out came with the bases loaded in the bottom of the fifth for the Royals.
2009 DODGERS 13-4-2
***In moving to Price Cutter Park, the competition stiffened with added teams. The Dodgers jockeyed with the Rockies for the NL lead most of the season finishing with the league's best record at 10-3-1 in the regular season. The playoffs started "rocky" at best after the upstart Cardinals handed the Dodgers an early defeat, but they rebounded with two wins and an improbable comeback from a 10 run deficit to tie the Rockies in the final NL playoff game and earn a trip to meet the AL champion Tigers for the title. The title game was once again a pitchers' duel with only a single run scored in the first three innings. The Tigers scored twice in the top of the 4th to briefly take the lead, but the Dodgers responded with a pair of runs themselves. They then held off the Tigers in the fifth to preserve a 3-2 victory.
2010 White Sox 15-4
***The 2010 Majors included eight teams and the White Sox battled most of the season for control of the AL with the Twins. In the preliminary round of the World Series, the White Sox won their first two contests before being upset by the Orioles. This set up a head-to-head match with the Twins to decide a trip to the title game. They defeated the Twins 5-2 to move on to the final against the NL winning Giants. After giving up a run in the top of the first, the White Sox plated 4 with two outs in their side of the frame. From then on good pitching and defense prevailed for both teams. Each scored only one more time and the Giants stranded the bases loaded in the fourth and fifth giving the White Sox a 5-2 win and the title.
2011 Colt 45's 11-7-1
***The 2011 Majors once again featured 8 teams in our first ever "retro season". The Colt 45's were early leaders in the NL until late in the regular season when they were edged in a tie-breaker by the Cardinals for the #1 seed. After two big wins over the Expos and Padres, they lost a tough head-to-head game against the Cards in the World Series. They then put up a shutout of the Padres to advance to the title game against the AL champion Senators. Once again a pitchers' duel had the game at only 2-1 going into the fifth inning. There the Colt's plated 5 runs to put the game out of reach, reverting to the final 2-1 score and earning their title.
2012 RANGERS 17-2
***The Majors went to single division play in 2012 with six teams competing. The Rangers dominated play from start to end of the regular season going 12-2. They entered as the top seed in pool play where they met and easily defeated the 4,5, & 6 seeds before inching past the third seeded Red Sox 6-5. An improbable foe waited in the final when the sixth seeded Diamond Backs used a 3-1 pool play record to earn the other spot. The game opened scoreless until the D Backs scored 3 in the top of the 2nd. The Rangers responded with 5 in the bottom of the 2nd and 2 in the 3rd to gain a 7-3 advantage. From there they held the Diamond Backs scoreless and won the title, tying the best record in league history in the process.
2013 BRAVES 12-5-2
***The six teams in the 2013 Majors played possibly the most balanced season ever with every team winning at least seven games. The Braves were one of four teams that jockeyed for 1st in the regular season, but they entered the World Series as the #1 seed. After opening with an easy win over the Marlins, they lost a tight game to the #5 seed White Sox before rebounding with wins against the Cubs and Reds. From there they entered the final against the #2 seed Rays. The Rays plated single runs in the 1st and 3rd before the Braves rallied with 3 in the bottom of the 4th. The Rays scored a single run to tie in the top of the 6th and final inning. The Braves then advanced a runner to 3rd with one out and a grounder up the middle knocked in the winner and made the Braves champs, 4-3.
2014 SENATORS 17-1-1
***The 2014 Majors focused on six teams from 1949. The Senators took the reigns early in the standings and only suffered one loss and one tie all season. In the preliminaries of the Series they won three tight ballgames against the Phillies, Browns, & Yankees before ending with a relatively easy win against the third seeded Dodgers. In the final they met the only team to defeat them all season, the #2 seed Cardinals. The Cards scored once in the first for their only lead of the night but stayed close most of the game. After 2 1/2 the game was tied at 2 before the Senators plated 3 in the bottom of the 3rd. After a scoreless 4th, the Cards closed to 5-3 only to have the Senators score 4 in the bottom of the fifth to win by run-rule 9-3.
2015 PIRATES 15-5
***The 2015 Majors featured seven teams from the 1970's. The Pirates battled most of the regular season with the Expos at the top of the standings, finishing with the #2 seed. In the World Series they opened with close wins against the Orioles and Mariners before losing to the 3rd seeded Padres. They finished with an easy win over the Twins before entering the first ever semifinals. In the semis they knocked off the top seeded Expos and moved on to play the #4 seed Blue Jays for the championship. The game started with the Pirates scoring three times in the bottom of the first to which the Jays responded with one run in the second. From that point forward neither team scored again in the first ever seven inning final. Pirates won the game and the title 3-1.
2016 REDS 15-5
***The 2016 Majors took the six teams all the way back to the Turn of the Century (1900-1909). The Reds ran off 5 straight wins to start the season and basically led the Majors from wire to wire, going 12-3. In the World Series their fortunes changed when they were quickly beaten by the 6th seeded Doves and then again in extra innings by the 4th seeded Senators. They stayed alive however by beating the Cardinals to enter the semi finals as the fourth seed. Rematching with the Senators, the Reds came from behind early to win 13-6 to advance to the Championship against the #3 seed Tigers. As visitors in the game, the Reds jumped out early to a 9-1 lead after two innings. Good pitching and defense kept the Tigers from mounting any rallies and after opening a 12 -3 lead going into the sixth, they plated two runs to win on margin and revert to the 12-3 final and get their championship.
2017 INDIANS 18-2
***The 2017 Majors traveled into the 1960's and featured six teams again. The Indians rattled off 10 consecutive wins to start the season and quickly established themselves as the team to beat in the division. Finishing 14-1 they entered the Series as the top seed where they quickly started with a win over the 6th seeded Athletics. They then stumbled to a 3-2 loss to the 5th seeded Colts and then edged the 4th seeded Phillies in extra innings. In the semis it was a rematch with the Colts who they this time defeated 10-7 to move on to another rematch with the Phillies. The Indians started the seven inning final by plating two runs in the first which held up until the Phillies rallied with 4 in the top of the 4th. The Indians quickly responded with 4 of their own in the bottom of the inning and held a 6-4 lead. The Phillies added one more run in the 6th to cut the lead to 6-5, but the Indians held on in the 7th, leaving the tying run at third and securing the 2017 Title.
2018 GIANTS 19-1
***The 2018 Majors visited the 1930's with six teams. The season opener was an 11-0 win for the Giants, an omen of things to come as they would go 14-1 in the regular season and run away from the field. In the Series, they won relatively easy games against the Robins, Browns, and Cardinals before moving to the semis. There they faced the third seeded Senators and had to pull a three run rally in the bottom of the last inning to avoid upset 6-5 and move on to the final. There they met the 2nd seeded Red Sox who quickly jumped on top with 2 runs in the top of the first. The Giants evened it up with two of their own, but then added 4 in the 2nd, 3 in the 3rd, and 2 in the 4th while keeping the Red Sox scoreless the next five innings to close the game out on margin in the 6th, 11-2. They finished 19-1 for the best record in league history.
2019 ANGELS 10-8-2
***The 2019 Majors traveled to the 1980's with five teams. The Angels hung just at or under .500 for most of the season finishing in the #4 slot in a very tight Majors race. In the Series they went 3-1 in the preliminaries with only a 1 run loss to the top seed Astros. That put them in the semis in the #2 slot where they beat the #3 seed Mets 14-3. In the final they were the home team against the #2 seed White Sox. After two innings it was only 1-0 Angels before the Sox scored 3 each in the top of the 3rd & 4th. However the Angels scored 5 in the bottom of each inning to lead 11-6 going into the fifth. There the Angels added two more before the White Sox scored three in the sixth. In the bottom the Angels scored another two and won on margin 15-9 and became only the second #4 seed in league history to win a title.
2009 ORIOLES 10-6-2
***In the initial year of the Senior league, the balance between the two teams was evident all season long. This culminated in the best of seven World Series where the Orioles jumped out to a 2-0 advantage before surrendering games 3 & 4 to the Padres. After eeking out a tough game 5 win, the Orioles broke loose in a game 6 blowout earning our first ever Senior title.
2010 ROCKIES 11-3-3
***The second Senior season was marked by growth to 5 teams. After battling all season with the Mets and Red Sox, the Rockies earned the top seed entering the World Series. There they survived a tough set of 4 games with a 2-1-1 record losing to the upstart Cardinals and tying the Rangers, but getting two key wins against their primary rivals. They then entered the Championship Game as visitors against a tough Mets team. In a back and forth affair, the game ended regulation tied 3-3. In extra innings each team scored a pair in the 6th and then the Rockies added two in the 7th before holding the Mets to only one. The final score 7-6.
2011 YANKEES 12-6-1
***The Yankees started the 2011 season by getting blown out in the season's first game by the Braves. From there they battled with three other teams for 1st to 4th all season finishing 2nd in the regular season. In the World Series they went 3-1 posting the best record in pool play with three 1-run wins over the Dodgers, Indians, and Braves and an extra inning loss to the Browns. They met the top seed Dodgers in the final and quickly fell behind 4 runs in the top of the first. Capitalizing on some mistakes they rallied back with 5 in the bottom of the first. From there good pitching held the Dodgers to 1 run and the Yankees added 2 in the third and one in the 4th to win 8-5 and capture the title.
2012 RAYS 11-6-2
***The 2012 Senior season featured five teams and the Rays spent a good portion of the season hovering around the .500 mark before finishing on a 3-1-1 run to secure the second seed entering the World Series. In the Series they opened with a loss against the Athletics before going on a run of three decisive victories against the Nationals, Astros, & Tigers, outscoring the opposition 33-1. The Championship opened with the third seeded Nats taking a 1-0 lead before the Rays pulled ahead 2-1. A Nationals rally put them up 5-2 in the third, but the Rays responded with 3 of their own to tie the game. In the bottom of the 4th, the Rays added two and then held the Nats to earn the title with a 7-5 victory.
2013 MARINERS 17-2
***The 2013 Senior season featured six teams for the first time. The Mariners opened the season with a win at Opening Ceremonies and never looked back going 13-1 in the regular season. They opened the Series with two shutouts of the Cardinals and Rockies before edging the 4th seeded Rangers 5-3 and losing to the 3rd seeded Twins. The Championship paired the Mariners against the #2 seed Diamond Backs. The game was scoreless until the Mariners plated two in the bottom of the third. The D Backs responded with 3 in the 5th before the Mariners evened it with a single run in the bottom of the 6th. The game remained tied into extra innings where the Mariners scored the winning run on a two-out bases loaded wild pitch in the bottom of the 8th. Final score 4-3.
2014 ATHLETICS 17-2
***The 2014 Senior season featured six teams from 1964 and wood bats only. The Athletics won on Opening Day and never looked back, holding the top spot all season. In the Series they started with tough wins against the Orioles and Reds. They then cruised past the Pirates before winning a tough 1-run game against the third seeded Colts. That set up the final against the #2 seed White Sox. The A's started the Championship with 3 runs in the bottom of the first and held a 3-0 lead into the 4th. There the Sox scored twice in both the 4th and 5th to take a 4-3 lead. Neither team scored again until the A's scored a run with one out in the bottom of the 7th and then won the game on a two out run scoring single. Final score, 5-4 Athletics.
2015 GIANTS 13-5-1
***The 2015 Senior season featured six teams from the 1930's & wood bats again. The Giants got off to a strong start and pretty much held the #1 seed all season finishing 10-3-1 in the regular season. In the World Series they ran into quick trouble losing to the upstart #6 seed Red Sox before beating the Browns. They then lost a tight game against the #4 seed Braves before edging the Dodgers. Their 2-2 mark edged them into the final on tiebreaker as the road team against the #6 seed Red Sox who had gone 4-0. The Red Sox struck first with 3 runs in the bottom of the first, but the Giants chipped back in and trailed 4-2 going into the 5th inning. In the top of the fifth the Giants scored 5 times and held a 7-5 lead until the Red Sox scored 5 in the bottom of the 6th. Trailing 10-7, the Giants then got 5 of their own again in the 7th and held the Red Sox to win the title 12-10.
2016 ASTROS 17-3
***The 2016 Senior league featured six teams from the 1980's. The Astros battled for most of the early part of the regular season with the Expos for first and second and then pulled safely in to the top spot near the end. Entering the World Series as the top seed they opened with three games against the bottom three seeds. After edging the sixth seed White Sox in an 8-7 walk off win, they won on margin against both the Phillies and Padres. In the first Senior semi-finals, they rematched the fourth seeded Phillies and won 9-2. From there they advanced to the final against the third seeded Brewers. After two scoreless innings, the Astros exploded to a 9-0 lead after four. The Brewers then responded with 4 in the 5th before the Astros scored one in the bottom. The Brewers then added 5 more in the top of the 6th to close to 10-9. After failing to score in the bottom of the 6th, the Astros held on for a scoreless 7th, stranding the tying run at third and earning the title, 10-9.
2017 BROWNS 10-8-2
***The 2017 Seniors took the league's first trip into the 1910's with six teams. The Browns started off with two wins and tie before a tail spin had them sitting in dead last around mid-season. Finishing strong, the Browns were able to rally and get the #4 seed in the Series. They opened by winning a slugfest over the #3 Tigers before falling to the top seed Highlanders. A shutout of the #5 seed Cubs set them up in the semis against the #2 seed Cardinals. They won another slugfest 19-11 to advance to the Championship against an unlikely foe in the #6 seed Dodgers. A pair of runs in each of the first two innings had the Browns up 4-1, but after giving up 1 in the 3rd and two more in the 4th, the game was tied 4-4. They regained the lead with one in the fifth to only be tied by one in the top of the 6th by the Dodgers. Then in the seventh, the Dodgers tallied twice to take a 7-5 lead, but the Browns responded with three of their own to become the first team seeded lower than a #2 to win an upper league title. Final 8-7.
2018 PIRATES 12-7-1
***The 2018 Seniors visited the 1950's with the usual six teams. The Pirates got washed out of an Opening day date before starting hot and trading first or second most of the season with the Indians. They entered the Series as the #2 seed where they were upset by the #5 Braves before winning against the Athletics and Reds. With four teams going 2-1, in the Semis they rematched the third seed Reds who they defeated 8-0. In the Championship they entered as the road team against the top seed Indians. The Pirates scored once in the first and then the game went scoreless all the way into the bottom of the fifth where the Indians scored two to briefly take the lead. The Pirates responded with five in the top of the 6th before the Indians got one back in the bottom. They then added a bases clearing double in the 7th to win on margin, reverting to the final score of 6-3.
2019 SENATORS 12-6-2
***The 2019 Seniors traveled back to the 1940's and featured six teams. The Senators battled near the top of the standings most of the season finishing in second as they headed into the Series. In the Series they started with a win over the bottom seed Cubs before losing to the 5th seeded Browns. They closed with a win over the #3 seed Phillies before meeting the top seed Dodgers in the semis. There they won 11-5 to move on to the finals in a rematch with the 3rd seeded Phillies. The final started at 2-2 after one inning, but the Senators opened a 6-2 lead after four. The Phillies rallied with a pair in the 5th and 6th and trailed 7-6 going into the last inning. There the Phillies tied the game with two outs before the Senators responded with the winning run off a wild pitch in the bottom of the 7th to win the game 8-7 and earn their title.
2018 MARLINS 5-4-1
***The first ever Sunset season featured two 90's teams and a set of players returning to the field after in some cases an absence up to 6 years. Teams were set to meet in nine, six-inning games. While starting a little rusty, the action eventually heated up with the Marlins taking a 4-1-1 advantage on their rival Devil Rays. The Rays however responded by winning the next three games forcing an extra tenth game final. The Marlins jumped out to an 8-2 lead after three innings, but the Devil Rays responded with 2 in the 4th, 1 in the 5th, and 2 more in the 6th falling just short 8-7.
2019 TERRAPINS 9-1
***The second Sunset season featured three teams from the Federal league of 1914-1915. The Terrapins ran off a string of 8 wins in a row to start, rarely being challenged over the set. That set up a one game playoff between their two rivals where the Rebels topped the Whales 7-6 in extra innings. After losing a consolation tune up with the Whales, the Terrapins set up for the final with the Rebels. The Terrapins scored one run in each of the first two innings but the Rebels then tied it up with a pair in the top of the third. After a couple scoreless the Terrapins rallied with four in the bottom of the fifth and then held the Rebels scoreless in the sixth to win the title 6-2.
2011 REDS 9-5-4
***In the first year of the Minors the two teams competed in a 14 game season that saw the Reds go 6-4-4 against the rival Royals. They then began a best-of-5 World Series in which the Reds started with a game one blowout before losing game 2. They then put up an impressive win in game 3 before the Royals pushed back in game 4. The Reds grabbed an early lead and then had to hold off a late charge by the Royals who came back from a 6-1 deficit to close to 6-4 leaving the tying runs in scoring position when the last out was made and the title went to the Reds.
2012 CUBS 16-2-1
***The second year of the Minors saw expansion to 5 teams. The Cubs opened their season with a loss versus the Angels but would only lose one more game the entire regular season. In the World Series the Cubs opened by rallying from behind to beat the Angels and winning a tough 2-0 pitcher's duel with the Rockies. Their next two wins were easier before moving on to the Championship game against the Mariners. The Cubs plated two in the bottom of the first before the pitching settled down and the Mariners scored a single run in the third. In the bottom of the third the Cubs rallied for 5 runs opening a 7-1 lead. They then held the Mariners in the top of the 4th to close out the game on margin and capture the title.
2013 YANKEES 11-6-2
***The third Minors season saw growth to six teams. The Yankees moved around among the top spots during the regular season finishing with the #3 seed. They opened the World Series with tough wins over the Blue Jays and Athletics before clinching a trip to the final with an easy win over the Phillies. They then lost a 1-0 game to the Giants setting up a rematch in the final. In the Championship game the Giants scored a single run in the top of the 1st. From there noone scored again until the Yankees answered with one run of their own in the bottom of the 3rd. The Yanks then scored 4 in the 4th only to have the Giants respond with 4 in the 5th. In the first 6-inning final, neither team scored again until extra innings when both plated two in the 7th and then with two outs and the bases loaded in the bottom of the 8th, a walk ended the game and gave the Yanks an 8-7 win.
2014 BRAVES 14-4-1
***The 2014 Minors season featured teams from the 1970's and the first use of wood bats only. The Braves had a battle for first with the Expos and then the Astros all season. They finished the top seed in the Minors. In the World Series, they started with two 1-run wins over the Red Sox & Brewers. They then beat the Rangers before eeking out another 1-run win over the Expos. They met the #2 seed Astros in the final. The Astros scored one in the top of the first to which the Braves responded with two in the bottom. Both teams next scored three each in the 4th before the Astros scored a tying run in the top of the 5th. In the 6th, the Astros scored two to take a 7-5 lead before the Braves rallied with two out and a man on first to score three times in the bottom of the sixth and capture the title, 8-7.
FALL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
MAJORS: 2008 INDIANS 2009 BEES 2010 SANDGNATS 2011 IRONPIGS
2012 REDWINGS 2013 RIVERCATS 2014 MUDHENS
2015 IRONPIGS 2016 TINCAPS 2017 RUBBERDUCKS 2018 BLUEROCKS
2019 TIMBER RATTLERS
SENIORS: 2009 NATURALS 2010 DEFENDERS 2011 MUDCATS
2012 KNIGHTS 2013 VOLCANOES 2014 DRAGONS
2015 BATS 2016 GRASSHOPPERS 2017 FIREFLIES 2018 MUCKDOGS
MINORS: 2011 MUDHENS 2012 NATURALS 2013 BLUE WAHOOS
OPENING DAY/FALL GUESTS
2008 Bill Virdon, CF & Manager, '60 World Champion
2009 John Mayberry, All-Star 1B
2010 Joe Azcue, All-Star Catcher
2011 Jack Clark, All-Star 1B/OF Jerry Lumpe, All-Star 2B, '58 World Champion
Jerry Buchek, Infielder, '64 World Champion
2012 Willie Wilson, All-Star CF, '85 World Champion
2013 Tom Burgmeier, All-Star Relief Pitcher
2014 Bud Thomas, St. Louis Browns SS Diego Segui, 15 year pitcher Jay Hankins, KC Athletics OF
Phil Gagliano, IF '64 & '67 World Champion Jerry Buchek, IF, '64 World Champion
2015 Dennis Leonard, P, '85 World Champion Bill Virdon, CF & Manager, '60 World Champion
2016 Glenn Brummer, C, '82 World Champion Greg Pryor, IF, '85 World Champion
Bob Dernier, OF, '80 World Champion Ed Hearn, C, '86 World Champion
Bill Virdon, CF & Manager, '60 World Champion Jerry Buchek, IF, '64 World Champion
2017 Scott Bailes, 10 year pitcher Bill Virdon, CF & Manager, '60 World Champion Jerry Buchek, IF, '64 World Champion
2018 Dennis Leonard, P, '85 World Champion Brian McRae, CF Bill Virdon, CF & Manager, '60 World Champion
2019 Fred Patek, All-Star Shortstop Scott Bailes, 10 year pitcher
Bill Virdon, CF & Manager, '60 World Champion Glenn Brummer, C, '82 World Champion
2009 Cal Ripken Jr., Hall of Fame SS
2016 Herschel Cobb, Grandson of Ty Cobb -- 2016 Hank Thomas, Grandson of Walter Johnson
2016 Scott Brown, Descendant of Mordecai Brown
2017 Brad Hornsby, Grandson of Rogers Hornsby -- 2017 Eppa Rixey IV, Grandson of Eppa Rixey
2017 Alan Wheat, Great-grandson of Zack Wheat -- 2017 Herschel Cobb, Grandson of Ty Cobb
2017 Scott Brown, Descendant of Mordecai Brown
2018 Nanci Canaday, Daughter of Jimmie Foxx -- 2018 Barbara Schneidau, Daughter of Mel Ott
2019 Eddie Plank III, Grandson of Eddie Plank -- 2019 Susan Dellinger, Granddaughter of Edd Roush
2019 Scott Brown, Descendant of Mordecai Brown -- 2019 Tom Tinker, Grandson of Joe Tinker
2020 Tom Stevens, Grandson of Babe Ruth --- 2020 Harry Heilmann III, Grandson of Harry Heilmann
2020 Darryll Williams, Grandson of Dazzy Vance
ROMAN THOMAS --- WON FOUR TITLES IN THE MAJORS WITH THE 2009 DODGERS, 2010 WHITE SOX, 2013 BRAVES, & 2014 SENATORS.
GRANT VENABLE --- WON THREE TITLES IN THE MAJORS WITH THE 2009 DODGERS, 2010 WHITE SOX, & 2013 BRAVES
IVAN GARNICA --- WON THREE TITLES IN THE MAJORS WITH THE 2007 INDIANS, 2010 WHITE SOX, & 2012 RANGERS
BAYLOR BARNES --- WON THREE CONSECUTIVE TITLES IN THE MAJORS BEING A MEMBER OF THE 2008 METS, 2009 DODGERS, AND THE 2010 WHITE SOX.
KIETH GOINGS --- WON THREE TITLES IN THE MINORS WITH THE 2011 REDS, 2012 CUBS, AND 2014 BRAVES
ISAIAH KING --- WON THREE CONSECUTIVE TITLES IN THE MINORS WITH THE 2011 REDS, 2012 CUBS, AND 2013 YANKEES
XANDER CLAY --- WON THREE TITLES IN THE SENIORS WITH THE 2013 MARINERS, 2017 BROWNS, AND 2018 PIRATES
WOLFIE STARRICK --- WON THREE TITLES IN THE SENIORS WITH THE 2010 ROCKIES, 2012 RAYS, AND 2013 MARINERS
ZACH KINTNER --- WON THREE TITLES IN THE SENIORS WITH THE 2010 ROCKIES, 2012 RAYS, AND 2013 MARINERS
COLLIN GILL --- WON BOTH THE SENIOR WORLD SERIES (ATHLETICS) AND THE MAJORS WORLD SERIES (SENATORS) IN THE SAME YEAR (2014).
CALEB WORLEY --- WON BOTH THE SENIOR WORLD SERIES (MARINERS) AND THE MAJORS WORLD SERIES (BRAVES) IN THE SAME YEAR (2013).
DANTE STEVENS--- WON BOTH THE SENIOR WORLD SERIES (ROCKIES) AND THE MAJORS WORLD SERIES (WHITE SOX) IN THE SAME YEAR (2010).
PLAYERS WITH 2 TITLES IN THE MAJORS
JACE WARING 2007/2009 --- BADEN GROVES 2011/2012 --- WILL SCHMIDLY 2018/2019
MASON TWITTY 2009/2010 --- CHANDLER WILLIAMS 2009/2013 --- ADAM HAGGARD 2018/2019
MATT PERDUE 2009/2013 --- DANTE STEVENS 2008/2010 --- ETHAN HAYNES 2017/2018
ANDREW KAUFFMAN 2009/2010 --- ANDY MORGAN 2009/2010 --- JONAS SCHULTZ 2016/2018
ALEC JACKSON 2007/2011 --- MCKINLEY GROVES 2011/2012 --- ASHER COOPER 2017/2018
BEN-SOLOMAN WELLS 2008/2012 --- CAMERON HOLE 2010/2013 --- CARTER KRUMMEN 2017/2018
LANDON INMON 2015/2016 --- JADEN COOPER 2017/2018
PLAYERS WITH 2 TITLES IN THE SENIORS
MATT DINGMAN 2009/2012 --- DALLAS GRAHAM 2012/2013 --- CODI HILSEN 2015/2017
BEN-SOLOMAN WELLS 2013/2015 --- CHANDLER WILLIAMS 2014/2016 --- JAMES WOODS 2015/2017
TY CUMMINGS 2013/2016 --- TYLER DOUGLAS 2013/2016 --- JACOB RECTOR 2014/2018
CODY BYERLY 2016/2020 --- DAMIEN GONZALEZ 2016/2020 --- ETHAN RAGSDALE 2018/2020
JOEY MULLINS 2017/2020
PLAYERS WITH 2 TITLES IN THE MINORS
CALEB BANKHEAD 2013/2014 --- ADEN O'CONNOR 2012/2013 --- NICK SHEPHERD 2012/2014
JORDAN KING 2011/2012 --- LOGAN FAHRLANDER 2012/2013
2011 POWER DERBY WINNERS
11 & UNDER (RILEY GATTEN, ATHLETICS 1ST, ETHAN HARTMAN, ATHLETICS 2ND)
14 & UNDER (CEAN SMITH, ANGELS 1ST, MILES WILLIAMS, CARDINALS 2ND)
18 & UNDER (KYLE THURSTON, INDIANS 1ST, EVAN FLOWERS, YANKEES 2ND)
2012 POWER DERBY WINNERS
MINORS (SPENCER JURGENSMEYER, INDIANS 1ST, ISAAC DAIGLE, ROCKIES 2ND)
MAJORS (JASON GOOD, RED SOX 1ST, CONNOR LARKIN, RANGERS 2ND)
SENIORS (EVAN FLOWERS, TIGERS 1ST, JOSIAH RANGEL, NATIONALS 2ND)
2013 POWER DERBY WINNERS
MINORS (CALEB LOWE, BLUE JAYS 1ST, JARET BRADLEY, NATIONALS 2ND)
MAJORS (JENZEN LATHAM, RAYS 1ST, SASI KARUPARTI, MARLINS 2ND)
SENIORS (RILEY KENNARD, D BACKS 1ST, CALEB WORLEY, MARINERS 2ND)
2014 POWER DERBY WINNERS
MINORS (CALEB BANKHEAD, BRAVES 1ST, GREYDON MILLER, ASTROS 2ND)
MAJORS (JENZEN LATHAM, SENATORS 1ST, JAY BOWMAN, YANKEES 2ND)
SENIORS (JASON GOOD, PIRATES 1ST, RILEY KENNARD, ATHLETICS 2ND)
2015 POWER DERBY WINNERS
MAJORS (JADYN LEWIS, TWINS 1ST, MONTANA SADE, PADRES 2ND)
SENIORS (BRANDON WOLF, GIANTS 1ST, ZACH CLAUSSEN, TIGERS 2ND)
2016 POWER DERBY WINNERS
MAJORS (AJ BOLIN, CARDINALS 1ST, ANDREW EISENHOUR, DOVES 2ND)
SENIORS (TRISTAN PENKA, BREWERS 1ST, KOY BUSCHO, WHITE SOX 2ND)
2017 POWER DERBY WINNERS
MAJORS (JACKSEN DEBES, ATHLETICS 1ST, JOSH BUXTON, PHILLIES 2ND)
SENIORS (MONTANA SADE, HIGHLANDERS 1ST, JENZEN LATHAM, CARDINALS 2ND)
DERBY CUP GAMES: MAJORS COACHES 5 SENIOR COACHES 1
: MAJORS COACHES 8 SEN/MAJ PLAYERS 4
2018 POWER DERBY WINNERS
MAJORS (JOSH BUXTON, REDSOX 1ST, TANNER LOVE, CARDINALS 2ND)
SENIORS (ALEX BYRD, REDS 1ST, MONTANA SADE, PIRATES 2ND)
DERBY CUP GAMES: MAJORS COACHES 4 SEN/SUN COACHES 2 : SUNSET MARLINS 7 SUNSET DEVILRAYS 0
SUNSET MARLINS 6 SEN/MAJ PLAYERS 5: SUNSET MARLINS 7 MAJORS COACHES 3
2019 POWER DERBY WINNERS
MAJORS (TRISTIN DECKARD, ANGELS 1ST, VINCE HICKS, ANGELS 2ND)
SENIORS (JOHNNY RYAN, CUBS 1ST, ZACK CLAUSSEN, SENATORS 2ND)
DERBY CUP GAMES: SUNSET TERRAPINS 4 SUNSET REBELS 2
SEN/SUN COACHES 2 MAJORS COACHES 0: SEN/MAJ PLAYERS 7 SUNSET WHALES 0
SUNSET TERRAPINS 1 SEN/MAJ PLAYERS 0: SEN/SUN COACHES 3 SUNSET TERRAPINS 2
2020 POWER DERBY WINNERS
MAJORS (RIGEL SU, GIANTS 1ST, CAMERON WELKER, BROWNS 2ND)
SUNSET (BLAKE PHILLIPS, COLTS 1ST, JOSH PECK, DODGERS 2ND)
SENIORS (WINSTON SCOTT, ROYALS 1ST, TREVOR SALANDER, PADRES 2ND)
DERBY CUP GAMES: MAJORS COACHES 8 SEN/SUN COACHES 2 : SEN/MAJ PLAYERS 10 SUNSET PLAYERS 5
SEN/MAJ PLAYERS 16 MAJORS COACHES 7