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West Shore Twilight Baseball League

2015 WSTBL Regular Season Results / Playoffs

Congratulations to New Cumberland and manager Ryan Stephenson. With a final regular season record of  26-6 the New Cumberland Tigers have clinched the 2015 WSTBL regular season championship and locked in the first place seed for the upcoming 2015 playoffs.

Hagerstown, with a final regular season record of 22-10 has clinched second place in the regular season and the number two seed in the playoffs.

The third and fourth place finishers have yet to be determined between Cumberland (final record 21-11) and Dillsburg (final record 21-11). Per the league by-laws, "in the event a tie exists at the end of regular season play that has a bearing on the playoff seeds, a one game playoff will be held to determine the higher seed and/or who enters the playoffs."  That game will be played tonight (7/31/15) at Boiling Springs High School beginning at 6:00pm.

 

2015 Tom Kerrigan Memorial Tournament

There is an effort being made to place a combined WSTBL team in the 2015 Tom Kerrigan Memorial Tournament being held in York County September 5,6 and 7. Any team/player who is interested in being involved should contact President Rick Comrey for more insight/information.

WSTBL notes

WEB SITE ACCURACY...with the completion of the 2015 regular season, we need all teams to assist with a self audit of our web site to insure accuracy of information. Please do a final check of all information/results and notify the league Secretary of any inaccurate information and provide the corrected data.

Next league meeting: September 27, 2015 season end of year / wrap-up meeting 

2015 WSTBL Team Transactions

Click on the "WSTBL Transactions" button on the left hand menu to keep up to date on all player releases and/or signings by respective team(s)

All Time leader

Mechanicsburg Cardinal leader Bill Rickenbach collected his 2,651st win as a manager on Tuesday July 29th to become the all time leader in wins in semi-pro baseball history.  'Pops' surpassed Howie Minas of Midlothian (White Sox), Illinois.