2018 World Series

August 15, 2018

WINNER: Western Wildcats

RUNNER-UP: Midwest Mallards

(3-1 Series)

In quite possibly the best World Series we've ever seen, the Western Wildcats came out victorious in four games to return to wiffle ball prominence. With the leadership of Kyle Schultz, heroics (and SportsCenter Top 10 worthy plays) from Zac Peurach, and great defense from Ryan Kelly, the Wildcats were able to claim their 6th World Series in franchise history.

2017 World Series

August 19, 2017

WINNER: Midwest Mallards

RUNNER-UP: Coastal Cobras

(3-2 Series)

In one of the most unbelievable World Series' we've ever had, the Midwest Mallards came out on top. After being down in the series 2-0, they stormed back to win the next three and win the series, 3-2, over a tremendous Coastal Cobras team. With Coughlin's lights out pitching, Daberko's clutch homers, and McPeek's timely hitting and solid fielding, this team will surely go down as one of the best and most exciting in MLW history.

2016 World Series

September 10, 2016

WINNER: Eastern Eagles

RUNNER-UP: Western Wildcats

(3-1 Series)

After 7 long years, the Eastern Eagles were finally able to win themselves a World Series. Led by Daniel Schultz, the Eagles were able to hold off the Wildcats in a hard-fought series, in which clutch hitting and pitching depth was the difference.

2015 World Series

August 29, 2015

WINNER: Western Wildcats

RUNNER-UP: Eastern Eagles

(3-2 Series)

Just like in 2014, the Western Wildcats were able to beat the Eagles in Game 5. Noah Daberko was key in that game, hitting two big home runs. Kyle Schultz's pitching in the series was also dominant, striking out a total of 32 batters.

2014 World Series

October 17, 2014

WINNER: Western Wildcats

RUNNER-UP: Eastern Eagles

(3-2 Series)

The Wildcats were able to get back on track in 2014, but this time with a new cast of characters. With the retirement of Tommy Coughlin leaving question marks for the team, they were able to find a solid group of players to join Kyle Schultz. Facing the Eagles in the World Series, they found themselves down 2-1 after three games. They were able to win Games 4 & 5 though, highlighted by a Game 5 walk-off home run by Kyle Schultz to win it all.

2013 World Series

October 14, 2013

WINNER: Central Cardinals

RUNNER-UP: Western Wildcats

(3-0 Series)

In the Cardinals third year in the league, they were finally able to win it all. Led by veteran Chad Rensi, the Cardinals were able to sweep the Wildcats- shocking everybody. The pitching by Jack Chevalier and Michael Duncan was simply phenomenal, and their clutch hitting propelled them to being the first non-Wildcat team to win it all.

2012 World Series

December 2, 2012

WINNER: Western Wildcats

RUNNER-UP: Northern Nighthawks

(3-2 Series)

For the first time ever, the World Series was decided in Game 5. In this game, Scott Brown hit a game-tying home run with two outs in the top of the third, but Tommy Coughlin ended up hitting a bigger one. He won the World Series with a walk-off blast in the bottom of the third, giving the Wildcats their third World Series title.

2011 World Series

October 13, 2011

WINNER: Western Wildcats

RUNNER-UP: Central Cardinals

(3-0 Series)

Even though every game of this series was competitive, the Wildcats were able to get the sweep with their key home run hitting and solid pitching. Highlights of the series include Kyle Schultz hitting a walk-off HR in game 1, and Tommy Coughlin striking out Chad Rensi to win it all in Game 3.

2010 World Series

September 2, 2010

WINNER: Western Wildcats

RUNNER-UP: Eastern Eagles

(3-1 Series)

After the Eagles took Game 1, the Western Wildcats stormed back with three straight victories, including a perfect game thrown by Kyle Schultz in Game 4.