Schaumburg Boomers Win 2013 Frontier League Title

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The Schaumburg Boomers won the 2013 Frontier League title, sweeping the Lake Erie Crushers in a best-of-5 series.  They won the game 3-1:

This is the first championship in Boomers’ history.  It also could mark the first time in independent baseball’s history (since 1993) that an ownership group with a team in two different independent leagues has teams which their respective league championships in the same season.

Here is a link to the video of the players celebrating after the win:

The Boomers have been added to the list of independent professional baseball champions since 1993:


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  1. would have liked to see a post season match up between the Boomers and Gary, or even Quebec and Gary.

    or some kind of an independent double round robin like the Caribbean Series. would take a few years to drum up stronge interest. however, with the success being found by so many former indy players in the major leagues, these games might equal or surpass the AAA finals.

    a AA round robin championship isn’t out of the picture either. who really needs all those boys sitting on a major league bench in September anyway…and why so early on Sept 1? They should make it later, rather than turn half the majors into minor league fall training tryouts. Nothing worse than major league players not even working to earn the millions they are getting paid to perform! Dumb!

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