2007 Midwest League


Stats

Boxscores


Overall
Team W L PCT GB
West Michigan (DET) 83 57 .593 -
Beloit (MIN) 79 61 .564 4
Lansing (TOR) 78 61 .561 4.5
Cedar Rapids (ANA) 79 61 .561 4.5
Quad City 79 61 .561 4.5
Dayton (CIN) 78 62 .557 5
Clinton (TEX) 70 67 .511 11.5
Peoria (CHC) 71 68 .511 11.5
South Bend (ARZ) 68 70 .493 14
Kane County (OAK) 63 76 .453 19.5
Burlington (KC) 61 77 .442 21
Great Lakes (LAD) 57 82 .410 25.5
Fort Wayne (SD) 55 84 .396 27.5
Wisconsin 53 85 .384 29





















1st half
Eastern Division
Team W L PCT GB
*Dayton 44 26 .629 -
&West Michigan 38 32 .543 6
Lansing 35 34 .507 8.5
Great Lakes 34 36 .486 10
South Bend 34 36 .486 10
Fort Wayne 31 38 .449 12.5
Western Division
Team W L PCT GB
*Beloit 44 26 .629 -
&Clinton 41 26 .612 1.5
Cedar Rapids 38 31 .551 5.5
Quad City 38 31 .551 5.5
Peoria 31 38 .449 12.5
Burlington 30 39 .435 13.5
Kane County 24 45 .348 19.5
Wisconsin 22 46 .324 21

2nd Half
Eastern Division
Team W L PCT GB
West Michigan 45 25 .643 -
*Lansing 43 27 .614 2
&South Bend 34 34 .500 10
Dayton 34 36 .486 11
Fort Wayne 24 46 .343 21
Great Lakes 23 46 .333 21.5
Western Division
Team W L PCT GB
*Cedar Rapids 40 30 .571 -
&Quad City 40 30 .571 -
Peoria 40 30 .571 -
Kane County 39 31 .557 1
Beloit 35 35 .500 5
Burlington 31 38 .449 8.5
Wisconsin 31 39 .443 9
Clinton 29 41 .414 11


Playoffs
1st round
West Michigan defeats Lansing, 2-0
South Bend defeats Dayton, 2-1
Beloit defeats Quad City, 2-0
Clinton defeats Cedar Rapids, 2-1

2nd round
Beloit defeats Clinton, 2-0
West Michigan defeats South Bend, 2-0

Championship
West Michigan defeats Beloit 3-2


All Star Game, 6/19, at Kane County





Post Season All Stars
C-James Skelton, West Michigan
1B-Brad Miller, South Bend
2B-Justin Turner, Dayton
3B-Jaun Francisco, Dayton
SS-Chris Valaika, Dayton
OF-Gerardo Parra, South Bend
OF-Travis Snider, Lansing
OF-Gorkys Hernandez, West Michigan
DH-Michael Thompson, Burlington
RHSP-Jeff Manship, Beloit
LHSP-Clayton Kershaw, Great Lakes
RHRP-Rob Delaney, Beloit
LHRP-Barret Browning, Cedar Rapids

MVP-Gorkys Hernandez, West Michigan
Prospect of the Year, Clayton Kershaw, Great Lakes
Manager of the Year, Tom Brookens, West Michigan




League Changes
Great Lakes Loons moved from Battle Creek, Michigan to Midland, Michigan. Affiliation changed from Tampa Bay to Los Angeles


Attendence
Team Attendence Average
Dayton 585,348 8,608
Kane County 468,869 7,213
West Michigan 377,412 5,470
Lansing 341,746 5,178
Great Lakes 324,564 4,773
Peoria 259,784 3,820
Fort Wayne 237,966 3,606
Wisconsin 197,511 3,238
Cedar Rapids 173,219 2,707
South Bend 149,281 2,333
Quad City 148,773 2,254
Clinton 116,261 1,735
Beloit 82,819 1,255
Burlington 66,857 998