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  • Busy Chapter Four
    There were a many trades made before the final deadline, but only one involving an impact player. Joey Votto heads to the Las Vegas Flamingoes, who trail their division by seven games. BDBL Weekend in Minnesota saw the second-largest turnout (10) in BDBLWE history. Joplin and Flagstaff (17-7) had the most productive Chapter Four in the league. Buckingham (15-9) led the EL.
  • Halfway Home
    Flagstaff, Buckingham, Akron, and St. Louis all went 16-8 in Chapter Three. Salem pulled into a tie with Joplin atop the McGowan Division. The Ozzie League narrowly defeated the Eck League in interleague play, 97-95. Joplin added a starting pitcher, Jake Arrieta, in trade, while division rival Salem added Sonny Gray. The league said goodbye to Ryan Glander and welcomed back Mike Ries.
  • Division Races Tighten
    The Great Lakes Sphinx (19-9) reduced the Buckingham Sovereigns (17-11) lead to just two games in the Higuera Division. In the McGowan Division, Salem (16-12) managed to gain a game on the Joplin Miners (15-13). In the Benes Division, South Loop (18-10) overtook the Las Vegas Flamingoes (10-18), and now hold a three-game lead in the division.
  • Flagstaff, St. Louis Dominate Chapter One
    The St. Louis Apostles won a league-leading 22 games in Chapter One, and have already racked up a seven-game lead in their division. Flagstaff went 21-7, winning four more games than any other team in the Ozzie League. Buckingham won 18 games, and Las Vegas, Joplin, and Kansas City each went 17-11. Granite State (7-21) and Cleveland (8-20) were the league's only 20-game losers.

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EL

AV: Hosmer (KCB), .359 Altuve (CLT), .355
HR: Blackmon (JOP), 33 Stanton (GLS), 51
RBI: Murphy (BCJ) / Blackmon (JOP), 79 Stanton (GLS), 99
OPS: Blackmon (JOP), 1.021 Trout (BKS), 1.088
RC: Blackmon (JOP), 104.9 Trout (BKS), 94.8
W: Greinke (FLG) / Sale (FLG), 15 Kluber (KAN), 15
ERA: Sale (FLG), 1.69 Fulmer (CLT), 2.67
K: Sale (FLG), 229 Kluber (KAN), 253
BR/9: Sale (FLG), 8.3 Scherzer (SCS), 9.7
SV: Parker (FLG), 35 Osuna (SKS), 31

* as of 8/8