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Thread: 2012-13 ABL Season

  1. #126
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    Hahaha I'll be rooting for the Heat to win next week...guess I'm one of the few though.

    Sydney will be back again and strong next year...I definitely have them penciled in for a finals spot again next in 2014.
    RIP - HGF [1937-2009]

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    To all those in the US...you can watch the ABL championship series on MLB Network at 1pm ET Friday and 3pm ET Saturday and Sunday.
    RIP - HGF [1937-2009]

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    That's great! I was hoping that MLB Network would do something like that--but in my heart I wasn't expecting it!

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    I'm pretty sure they've broadcast it every year on MLB network.
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    ABL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

    GAME 1

    Canberra Cavalry 6 d Perth Heat 4

    Canberra lead best of three game series 1-0.
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    congratulation Canberra Cavalry! First time ABL champion!

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    ABL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

    GAME 2

    Canberra Cavalry 7 d Perth Heat 6

    Canberra win best of three game series 2-0.
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    I was avoiding reading anything until I could watch the game on MLB Network. It just finished. Canberra got the benefit of a major blown call by an umpire in the 2nd, but Perth fought back to tie it--and after that, Canberra won fair and square. Considering that Perth won the first 2 championships, I think it is good for Australian baseball to have a new champion. It can only increase interest in the next season.

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    Over the weekend the ABL held its annual awards ceremony and, in a surprise to nobody, Adam Buschini of the Cavalry walked away with the Helms (MVP) award.

    Here are a run down of the award winners:

    Helms award: Adam Buschini (Canberra)
    Pitcher of the year: Craig Anderson (Sydney)
    Reliever of the year: Matt Williams (Sydney)
    Rookie of the year: Ben Lodge (Adelaide)
    Champion crusher award: Adam Buschini (Canberra)
    Gold glove: Allan de San Miguel (Perth)/Stefan Welch (Adelaide) tie
    Play of the year: Michael Wells' solo homerun to break the tie in game 2 of the grand final
    Team administrators of the year: Perth Heat
    Chairman's award: Victorian government
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