Throughout the week, we have been announcing the 2019 ORWBL regular season awards leading up to the World Series. Today we conclude the regular season awards as we announce the Most Valuable Player for both the American and National League. With the 2019 regular season awards now complete, it is time for the 2019 ORWBL World Series which figures to be one for the ages. Congratulations one more time to all award winners! NEW CARLISLE- Today we conclude the announcing of the
NEW CARLISLE - Throughout last month, the 2018 season awards were announced on the official ORWBL twitter account (@ORWBL). All awards were voted on by the 14 Managers of the league. The 2018 Most Valuable Player awards were handed out to two very deserving candidates in Maple City's Caleb Jonkman and Lynn Street's Bailey Rhed. Both players played huge roles in the success of their teams. Starting out with the American League, it was the Champion: Maple City Magic's starting
NEW CARLISLE - With the ninth season of the Old Republic Wiffle Ball League in the books, the league will recognize its top performers of this past season. Noah Shail of the New Carlisle Newts has been named 2015 ORWBL Most Valuable Player.
Shail, who was acquired from the Pterodactyls in a midseason trade last year, has become a superstar in just over a year with the Newts. Shail led the league in all major offensive categories with a .687 batting average, 58 home runs, an
NEW CARLISLE - With the eighth season of the Old Republic Wiffle Ball League in the books, the league will recognize its top performers of this past season. Scott Soos of the Cult
West Warriors has been named 2014 ORWBL Most Valuable Player.
Known to many as "Home Run Guy," Soos also hits for a high average. In addition to the MVP
award, Soos takes home the Triple Crown award with a .641 average, 84 home runs and 127
RBI. Since bringing the Warriors into the league in
NEW CARLISLE- After a season of ridiculous batting statistics in 2012, production at the plate was down across the board this season. However, a few players were still able to continue
the offensive firepower in 2013. Not surprisingly, the most valuable players led their
respective clubs to division titles during the regular season.
The 2013 Most Valuable Player awards were given to Zach Liberatore of the Magic in the
American League and Scott Soos of the Warriors in t
NEW CARLISLE- In a season filled with ridiculous offensive numbers, many players were worthy of Most Valuable Player consideration. In total, 14 sluggers either tied or broke the
previous record of 59 home runs for a season. Eleven players had a batting average of .600
or better, and 15 drove in more than 100 runs.
However, team performance comes into play when determining an individual’s value as well.
Therefore, it comes as no surprise that the managers chose playe
NEW CARLISLE- South Bend's Matt Serge and Wills Township's Tony Koch are taking home ORWBL's top individual honors this season. Both players were named Cy Young winners in
their respective leagues, and now claim each league's Most Valuable Player awards as well.
Serge, in his second year as skipper of the Sour Wowers, led the American League with a
.665 batting average (minimum 100 at-bats). He hit for some power with 24 home runs.
However his true strength at the plat