Season to incorporate 100 Video games, Intense Rivalries, and #MoreThAAnBaseball!
Moorhead, MN – On the heels of one of the thrilling playoffs in league historical past, the American Affiliation of Skilled Baseball is about up for even greater issues, beginning with the discharge of the 2023 common season schedule.
Opening Day 2023 is break up with three video games on Could 11 and a full slate of six video games on Could 12. The 100-game common season will conclude on Monday, September 4, 2023 (Labor Day) and contains All-Star occasions July 17-19 at a location to be introduced at a later date.
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The American Affiliation will keep the East Division and West Division format for the 2023 season. The East Division is comprised of the Chicago Canines, Cleburne (TX) Railroaders, Gary SouthShore (IN) RailCats, Kane County (IL) Cougars, Lake Nation (WI) DockHounds and Milwaukee Milkmen. The West Division members are the Fargo-Moorhead (ND/MN) RedHawks, Kansas Metropolis (KS) Monarchs, Lincoln (NE) Saltdogs, Sioux Metropolis (IA) Explorers, Sioux Falls (SD) Canaries and Winnipeg (MB) Goldeyes.
Following the success of the 2022 Miles Wolff Cup Playoffs the playoff construction will stay unchanged. The highest 4 groups in every division will advance to the playoffs. The membership that wins the division within the common season will decide their first-round opponent of the qualifiers throughout the division, within the best-of-three Division Playoff Sequence. The second spherical Division Championship Sequence can even be a best-of-three collection. The Miles Wolff Cup Finals will culminate within the crowning of a league champion, with a best-of-five collection.
“As we sit up for the 2023 season we’re optimistic in regards to the progress of our league, enhancements to our on-field play, and the love of the sport,” stated Commissioner Joshua Schaub. “The 12 communities which we serve are stronger than ever and we look ahead to bringing nice baseball and nice leisure to all of them come Could.”