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2016 SPIBL Season

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Team:

 Baltimore Stars

GM:

 Mike Sorochen
YEAR RECORD FINISH POSTSEASON AVERAGE HOMERUNS STEALS WINS STRIKEOUTS SAVES
2002 92-70 2nd 0-0 TBD Bagwell

.263

Giles

43

Furcal

26

Clemens

14

Wood

231

Rocker

25

2003 108-54 1st 12-8 WS Furcal

.281

Giles

43

Furcal

41

Johnson

22

Johnson

324

Smoltz

56

2004 104-58 1st* 0-0 none Loretta

.324

Bagwell

33

Furcal

20

Wood

17

Wood

284

Smoltz

59

2005 88-74 1st* 7-7 NLCS

Loretta

.349

Bagwell

31

Furcal

31

Johnson

21

Johnson

304

Smoltz

41

2006 41-121 4th 0-0 DNP

Berkman

.306

Berkman

25

Womack

29

multiple

7

Kim

125

Graves

7

2007 84-78 2nd 0-0 DNP

Fielder

.312

Byrnes

34

Patterson

55

Olsen

17

Hernandez

176

Broxton

32

TOTAL

517-455 .532 19-15 .559                        

* Tied with Philadelphia Phanatics; won tie-breaker via head-to-head series (10-8).

Team Highlights:

  1. The Baltimore Stars are established in SPIBL's inaugural year (2002) by owner Mike Sorochen. 
  2. 2002 NL WILDCARD TEAM (#4 seed)
  3. 2003 NL EAST DIVISION CHAMPIONS (#2 seed)
  4. 2003 NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS (defeated the Houston Colt .45's, 4-3)
  5. 2003 SPIBL WORLD CHAMPIONS (defeated the Oakland Owls, 4-2)
  6. In 2003, P Randy Johnson wins the Cy Young Award winner, finishing with the best ERA (2.47) and tied for most wins (22).  Johnson also started in the 2003 All-Star Game.
  7. LF Brian Giles  voted on as a starter in the 2003 All-Star Game.
  8. P John Smoltz received the Rolaids Fireman Relief Award in 2003 and 2004.
  9. Baltimore finished with the best NL regular season record in 2004.
  10. 2004 NL EAST DIVISION CHAMPIONS (#1 seed)
  11. July 12, 2005 - Mike Sorochen is selected to manage the National League All-Star team; The AL wins by a score of 4-2.
  12. 2005 NL EAST DIVISION CHAMPION (#2 seed)
  13. October 30, 2005 - The Stars are eliminated by the Detroit Outlaws (4-3) in the National League Championship Series.
  14. November 11, 2005 - P Randy Johnson wins the 2005 NL Cy Young Award.
  15. In 2006, the Stars finished 37 games out of first place and record their first losing season.  They set the SPIBL mark for most losses in a single season with 121.
  16. In 2007, the Baltimore Stars finished four games out of first place and one game out of the wildcard.
  17. 2008 NL EAST DIVISION CHAMPION (#2 seed)
 

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