1999 Midwest League


Stats

Boxscores


Overall
Central Division
Team W L PCT GB
Kane County (FLA) 78 59 .569 -
Rockford (CIN) 76 63 .547 3
Wisconsin (SEA) 72 66 .522 6.5
Peoria (STL) 63 76 .453 16
Beloit (MIL) 59 80 .424 20
Eastern Division
Team W L PCT GB
Michigan (HOU) 76 62 .551 -
Lansing (CHC) 73 67 .521 4
South Bend (ARZ) 68 71 .489 8.5
West Michigan (DET) 68 72 .486 9
Fort Wayne (SD) 61 79 .436 16
Western Division
Team W L PCT GB
Quad City 77 62 .554 -
Burlington (CHW) 71 68 .511 6
Clinton (CIN) 68 69 .496 8
Cedar Rapids (ANA) 61 77 .442 15.5

1st Half
Central Division
Team W L PCT GB
Clinton 41 27 .603 -
Quad City 38 31 .551 3.5
Burlington 31 38 .449 10.5
Cedar Rapids 30 38 .441 11
Eastern Division
Team W L PCT GB
Lansing 38 32 .543 -
Michigan 35 34 .507 2.5
South Bend 32 37 .464 5.5
West Michigan 29 41 .414 9
Fort Wayne 29 41 .414 9
Western Division
Team W L PCT GB
Rockford 45 24 .652 -
Kane County 40 27 .597 -
Peoria 37 32 .536 8
Wisconisn 32 36 .471 12.5
Beloit 25 44 .362 20

2nd Half
Central Division
Team W L PCT GB
Wisconsin 40 30 .571 -
Kane County 38 32 .543 2
Beloit 34 36 .486 6
Rockford 31 39 .443 9
Peoria 26 44 .371 14
Eastern Division
Team W L PCT GB
Michigan 41 28 .594 -
West Michigan 39 31 .557 2.5
South Bend 36 34 .514 5.5
Lansing 35 35 .500 6.5
Fort Wayne 32 38 .457 9.5
Western Division
Team W L PCT GB
Burlington 40 30 .571 -
Quad City 39 31 .557 1
Cedar Rapids 31 39 .443 9
Clinton 27 42 .391 12.5


Postseason
1st round
Burlington defeats Clinton, 2-1
Wisconsin defeats Rockford, 2-0
Lansing defeats Michigan, 2-0
Kane County defeats Quad City, 2-1

2nd round
Burlington defeats Kane County, 2-1
Wisconsin defeats Lansing, 2-0

Championship
Burlington defeats Wisconsin, 3-2


All Star Game



Post Season All Star Team
C-Jeff Goldbach, Lansing
1B-Aaron McNeal, Michigan
2B-Aaron Miles, Michigan
3B-Sean Burroughs, Fort Wayne
SS-Travis "Gookie" Dawkins, Rockford
OF-Corey Patterson, Lansing
OF-Michael Restovich, Quad City
OF-Juan Silvestre, Wiscosnin
DH-Eric Munson, West Michigan
RHSP-Juan Rincon, Quad City
LHSP-David Noyce, Kane County
RHRP-Brandon Puffer, Clinton
LHRP-Clint Chrysler, Wisconsin

MVP-Aaron McNeal, Michigan
Prospect of the Year, Corey Patterson, Lansing
Manager of the Year, Rick Renteria, Kane County



League Changes
Burlington: changed affiliation from Reds to White Sox
Clinton: changed affiliation from Padres to Reds
Fort Wayne: were sold, changed logos, changed affiliation from Twins to Padres
Lansing: changed affiliation from Royals to Cubs
Michigan: changed affiliation from Red Sox to Astros
Quad City: were sold, changed affiliation from Astros to Twins
Rockford: were sold, changed name, changed affiliation from Cubs to Reds

Burlington: had many seats replaced and upgraded
Quad City: began a facilities upgrade during the season



Attendence
Team Attendence Average
Lansing 462,515 6,903
West Michigan 457,350 6,628
Kane County 451,145 7,049
Wisconsin 2323,814 3,391
Fort Wayne 201,395 2,961
South Bend 200,518 3,133
Peoria 150,254 2,311
Quad City 145,734 2,208
Cedar Rapids 127,612 1,849
Michigan 108,033 1,662
Burlington 66,178 1,034
Rockford 63,705 980
Clinton 61,485 1,007
Beloit 54,689 816