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  • ABLCS preview: Melbourne host Brisbane

    SYDNEY, NSW -- By Sunday, the 2017 Claxton Shield Champion will be crowned. The Jet Couriers Melbourne Aces host the Brisbane Bandits, proudly presented by WellDog, in the Australian Baseball League Championship Series presented by Boral this weekend at Melbourne Ballpark. Game 1 is scheduled for Friday, 10 February at 7:30pm AEDT, followed by a 6:30pm AEDT start the next night for Game 2. If necessary, Game 3 is scheduled for Sunday, 12 February at 2:30pm AEDT. MORE »
  • ABLPF review: Bandits advance to ABLCS

    There was a point in the year when the chances seemed slim that the Brisbane Bandits, proudly presented by WellDog, would make the playoffs. Now, they're headed back to the championship series, after defeating the SA Power Networks Adelaide Bite 2-1 in the Australian Baseball League Preliminary Final presented by Ladbrokes. MORE »
  • ABLPF preview: Bite, Bandits enter playoffs hot

    SYDNEY, NSW -- Will the Bite chomp the Bandits or will the Queenslanders fish another trip to the ABLCS? We'll find out this weekend. MORE »
  • Possum reviews the best plays of 2016/17

    About the author: Perched in a tree nibbling on who-knows-what that it found who-knows-where, the Ballpark Possum is the Australian Baseball League's newest colour correspondent. Likes: knee-buckling curveballs, bat flips and sacrifice bunts. Dislikes: intentional walks, short porches and backwards K's. MORE »
  • Callegari, Rodriguez honoured in R10

    SYDNEY, NSW -- With the conclusion of the 2016/17 Australian Baseball League regular season, it's time to hand out the final weekly awards of the campaign. For their efforts in securing postseason spots for their respective teams, Adelaide's Sean Callegari and Brisbane's David Rodriguez are the Round 10 Delta Air Lines Players of the Week. MORE »
  • Round 10 review: Regular season ends

    SYDNEY, NSW -- The 2016/17 Australian Baseball League regular season is over, with the Jet Couriers Melbourne Aces clinching the Minor Premiership and the SA Power Networks Adelaide Bite taking second place. The Brisbane Bandits, proudly presented by WellDog, finished third, followed by the Canberra Elite Cavalry in fourth and the CompassMarkets.com Sydney Blue Sox in fifth. The Alcohol. Think Again Perth Heat round up the ladder in sixth. MORE »
  • Melbourne to host Championship Series

    For the first time in the history of the new ABL, the JetCouriers Melbourne Aces will host the ABL Championship Series after an Adelaide Bite loss on Thursday saw them claim the minor premiership MORE »
  • 2017 playoff tickets available now

    With several teams still in contention for a playoff berth, if you haven't already secured your tickets, we are offering supporters the opportunity to guarantee your seat at the playoffs next weekend. MORE »
  • R10 preview: Playoff fate on the line

    SYDNEY, NSW -- It all comes down to this weekend. With four (potentially five) games left to play in the 2016/17 Australian Baseball League regular season, only the ladder-leading Jet Couriers Melbourne Aces have officially clinched a coveted spot in the postseason while Perth and Sydney are eliminated from the playoffs. The rest of the picture will be decided this weekend in Round 10. MORE »
  • Possums like the playoffs, too

    About the author: Perched in a tree nibbling on who-knows-what that it found who-knows-where, the Ballpark Possum is the Australian Baseball League's newest colour correspondent. Likes: knee-buckling curveballs, bat flips and sacrifice bunts. Dislikes: intentional walks, short porches and backwards K's. MORE »
  • Playoff scenarios paint a pretty picture

    SYDNEY, NSW -- This is where the fun begins. Entering into the final round of the 2016/17 Australian Baseball League regular season, there are only three certainties regarding which teams will or will not vie for the Claxton Shield next week. The Aces have already clinched a playoff spot, and both the Blue Sox and Heat are eliminated from postseason contention. MORE »
  • Cohen, M. Nilsson earn Delta honours

    SYDNEY, NSW -- With one round left in the 2016/17 Australian Baseball League regular season and the postseason picture still undecided, teams are boosted by outstanding performances by their key studs. For their deftness on the diamond last weekend, Canberra's Louis Cohen and Brisbane's Mitch Nilsson are the Round 9 Delta Air Lines Players of the Week. MORE »
  • R9 review: Postseason picture still open

    SYDNEY -- One of the best things about baseball (and sports in general) is their unpredictable nature. Anything can happen, literally and figuratively. Two crucial sweeps in Round 9, winsome walk-offs, and more mean that the 2016/17 Australian Baseball League postseason picture will enter the final round of the season still undefined. MORE »
  • Previewing penultimate round of 16/17

    SYDNEY, NSW -- Eight games are all that remain the 2016/17 Australian Baseball League season, and the Jet Couriers Melbourne Aces have a magic number of one. Elsewhere on the ladder, it's still fair game for the final two playoff spots, with just 4.5 games separating second through fourth places. MORE »
  • McArdle, Champlin dominate in Round 8

    Though the Jet Couriers Melbourne Aces are one win away from clinching the Minor Premiership, the race for the Australian Baseball League playoffs is still very close, meaning that the teams in the hunt for February rely more and more on clutch performances from their players. For helping their teams win last weekend, the Round 8 Delta Air Lines Players of the Week are Adelaide's Jordan McArdle and Brisbane's Kramer Champlin. MORE »
  • R8 review: Playoff races getting closer

    SYDNEY, NSW -- The right to host the 2017 Australian Baseball League Championship Series is still up for grabs after the third-to-last round of the regular season. The Aces' magic number is down to one game after last weekend's series win in Canberra. MORE »
  • R8: Postseason security within reach

    SYDNEY, NSW -- The final three rounds of the season are about magic--numbers, that is. With just 12 games remaining in the 2016/17 Australian Baseball League season, the playoffs are still in sight for all six teams. The rule is simple: win, and you're in. MORE »
  • Tributes, pooches at the park, and MAGIC

    About the author: Perched in a tree nibbling on who-knows-what that it found who-knows-where, the Ballpark Possum is the Australian Baseball League's newest colour correspondent. Likes: knee-buckling curveballs, bat flips and sacrifice bunts. Dislikes: intentional walks, short porches and backwards K's. MORE »
  • Streaming announced for final rounds

    SYDNEY, NSW -- With three round left in the 2016/17 Australian Baseball League season, the ABL is pleased to announce the streaming schedule for Rounds 8, 9, and 10 on ABLtv.com powered by Bing Lee. MORE »