Phoenix Prospectors Win 2013 Freedom League Championship

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The Phoenix Prospectors won the 2013 Freedom Pro Baseball League championship by defeating the Peoria Explorers 5-0.  Here is the box score:

This is the first year that the Freedom League has had an official playoffs and championship series.  The Copper State Prospectors were bestowed the title last year after the league suspended the championship series after the regular season’s conclusion.

The Prospectors are now added to the list of independent baseball champions since 1993:


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  1. It should be clarified that the Prospectors won the first two games of a best of three set for the championship, to show that this was again not a one game championship as was done in the Pacific Association.

    They also went three games with the Centennials in the seminfinal round to get to this reward, giving it some added validity.

    In contrast, the five team CanAm League will host a best of seven final between the season’s top two teams, and that should reward the team that is clearly the best, overcoming any fluke luck. Quebec is aiming for its FIFTH title in a row, while the New Jersey Jackals just recently went on a winning spree to gain a berth in the finals over Rockland. They finished second by only a game and a half! The choice for manager of the year in the CanAm should be difficult.

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