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Minor League Affiliate Standings 9/1

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As of 9/1/2019:


DSL ORIOLES 1 (34-36): Finished in 4th place, 12.5 GB in the DSL Baseball City Division

DSL ORIOLES 2 (28-34): Finished in 6th place, 14.0 GB in the DSL South Division 

GCL ORIOLES (38-15): Finished in 1st place, 7.0 Games ahead in the GCL South Division.  The season ended early due to Hurricane Dorian; the playoffs were cancelled.

ABERDEEN IRONBIRDS (41-33): 3rd place, 2.0 GB in the New York-Penn League McNamara Division


Sally League Second Half:

  • (41-27): 1st place (tie), 5.5 G ahead in the South Atlantic League Northern Division

Sally League First Half:

  • (48-21): 1st place, 4.0 G ahead in the South Atlantic League Northern Division (first half CHAMPIONS)



Carolina League Second Half:

  • (24-43): 5th place, 16.0 GB in the Carolina League Northern Division

Carolina League First Half:

  • (29-40):  4th place, 15.0 GB in the Carolina League Northern Division



Eastern League Second Half:

  • (46-25): 1st place, 1.0 Games ahead in the Eastern League Western Division (second half CHAMPIONS)

Eastern League First Half:

  • (30-38): 5th place, 11.0 GB in the Eastern League Western Division


NORFOLK TIDES (59-79):  4th place, 20.0 GB in the International League South Division  


Edited by cboemmeljr

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18 hours ago, vatech1994 said:

27 games over 500 in aggregate if my math is correct.  I can’t remember the last time that occurred.

421-393 overall, .517.  Without DSL 359-323, .526.  Likely best overall record in awhile.

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