2011 MLB season (Jayverse)

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The 2011 MLB Season is the 111th Season for Major League Baseball

Top 36 Rookies chosen in 2011

Jordan Guerrero (RP) - Birmingham Barons

Jason Jester (RP) - San Antonio Missions

Evan Marshall (RP) - Arizona Diamondbacks

Aaron Nola (SP) - Philadelphia Phillies

Casey Golden (LF) - Buffalo Bisons

Francisco Lindor (SS) - Cleveland Buckeyes

Nick Pivetta (SP) - Philadelphia Phillies

Trevor Richards (SP) - Miami Athletics

Mario Sanchez (RP) - St. Louis Showboats

John Walter (RP) - Columbus Explorers

Nathan Bates (RP) - Las Vegas Blackjack 21's

Johan Camargo (3B) - Atlanta Braves

Nabil Crismatt (RP) - Las Vegas Blackjack 21's

Kevin Cron (1B) - Arizona Diamondbacks

Kyle Freeland (SP) - Denver Rockies

Jace Fry (RP) - Birmingham Barons

Joey Gallo (3B) - Dallas Rangers

Kyle Gehrs (RP) - Omaha Royals

Chris Gittens (1B) - Havana Hurricanes

Jon Kennedy (RP) - Cleveland Buckeyes

Ryan McCarvel (C) - Reno Silver Sox

A.J. Minter (RP) - Atlanta Braves

Yuito Mori (RP) - Toledo Mud Hens

Roberto Ramos (1B) - Indianapolis Rounders

Jesse Scholtens (SP) - San Antonio Missions

Will Smith (SP) - Kansas City Royals

Jake Steffens (RP) - Calgary Wranglers

Collin Theroux (C) - Kansas City Monarchs

Cody Thomas (RF) - Iowa Oaks

Trea Turner (SS) - Washington Nationals

Dominique Vattuone (RP) - Kansas City Monarchs

Anthony Villa (1B) - Boston Beacons

Luke Weaver (SP) - St. Louis Cardinals

Alan Williams (RP) - San Antonio Missions

Tate Blackman (2B) - Chicago Hitmen

Jeff Bohling (2B) - Washington Nationals

Standings

AL East: Boston Red Sox (88-73), Baltimore Orioles (87-74), Toronto Blue Jays (86-74), New York Yankees (80-80), Richmond Generals (74-86), Quebec City Capitales (73-87), Ottawa Lynx (70-90), Buffalo Bisons (51-109)

AL Central: St. Louis Showboats (107-53), Detroit Tigers (100-60), Chicago White Sox (94-66), Indianapolis Rounders (82-78), Iowa Oaks (80-80), Chicago Hitmen (76-84), Cleveland Buckeyes (70-90), Kansas City Monarchs (65-95)

AL South: Miami Athletics (97-63), Dallas Rangers (96-64), Oklahoma City 89ers (88-72), Houston Astros (86-74), New Orleans Pelicans (79-81), Monterrey Bandits (72-88), Mexico City Diablos Rojos (72-88), Nashville Jukes (63-97)

AL West: Portland Beavers (90-70), Vancouver Mounties (88-72), San Francisco Seals (87-73), Los Angeles Angels (84-76), Seattle Pilots (83-77), Anaheim Amigos (78-82), Reno Silver Sox (70-90), San Jose Condors (45-115)

NL East: Brooklyn Dodgers (99-61), Philadelphia Phillies (95-65), Montreal Expos (86-74), Boston Beacons (83-77), Washington Nationals (78-82), Pittsburgh PIrates (67-93), Hamilton Hammers (61-99), New York Giants (58-102)

NL North: Chicago Cubs (96-65), Milwaukee Brewers (95-66), Minnesota Twins (93-67), Fargo RedHawks (89-71), Cincinnati Reds (88-72), Columbus Explorers (81-79), Omaha Royals (75-85), Toledo Mud Hens (70-90)

NL South: Tampa Bay Rays (92-68), Atlanta Braves (91-69), BIrmingham Barons (90-70), Charlotte Bobcats (90-70), St. Louis Cardinals (81-79), San Antonio Missions (71-89), San Juan Raiders (69-91), Havana Hurricanes (68-92)

NL West: San Diego Padres (81-79), Los Angeles Knights (80-80), Oakland Panthers (79-81), Salt Lake City Bees (78-82), Denver Rockies (76-84), Calgary Wranglers (76-84), Las Vegas Blackjack 21's (63-97), Arizona Diamondbacks (62-98)

Playoffs

ALDS: Boston def. St. Louis Showboats, Miami def. Portland 4-2

NLDS: Brooklyn def. San Diego 4-1, Tampa Bay def. Chicago Cubs 4-1

ALCS: Boston def. Miami 4-2

NLCS: Brooklyn def. Tampa Bay 4-0

WS: Boston def. Brooklyn 4-3

League Leaders

Batting Average - Andy D'Alessio (Monterrey) .377

Home Runs - Andy Boeve (Chicago WS) & Kevin Kouzmanoff (Chicago Hitmen) 47

RBI - Adam Boeve (Chicago WS) & Andy D'Alessio (Monterrey) 132

Stolen Bases - Miguel Negron (Mexico City) 49

OBP + Slugging % - Adam Boeve (Chicago WS) 1.059

ERA - James Gillheeney (St. Louis Showboats) 1.82

Wins - James Gillheeney (St. Louis Showboats) 23

Strikeouts - James Gillheeney (St. Louis Showboats) 333