SLB Championship History

SALMON LEAGUE HISTORY

2000 Salmon League Champion – John Kunkel (Idylls)

2001 Salmon League Champion – Mike Kunkel (Winners)

2002 Salmon League Champion – Jay Christiansen (J’s Team)

2003 Salmon League Champion – Steven Kunkel (Dominators)

2004 Salmon League Champion – Justin Kunkel (Papa Smurf)

2005 Salmon League Champion*

Regular Season – Jeremiah Graves (Genies in a Bottle)
Playoffs – Justin Kunkel ([cracker jack])

2006 Salmon League Champion

Regular Season – Jeremiah Graves (Genies in a Bottle)
Playoffs – Steven Kunkel (Dominators)

2007 Salmon League Champion**

Regular Season – Jeremiah Graves (Genies in a Bottle)
Playoffs – Mike Kunkel (money grubbers)

2008 Salmon League Champion***

Regular Season – Travis Morfitt (Captain Jack Sparrow)
Playoffs – Jay Christiansen (J’s Team)

2009 Salmon League Champion

Regular Season – Jeremiah Graves (Genies in a Bottle)
Playoffs – Travis Morfitt (Captain Jack Sparrow)

2010 Salmon League Champion****

Regular Season – Steven Kunkel (The Dominators)
Playoffs – Adam Henning (Dome Dog)

2011 Salmon League Champion*****

Regular Season – Jeremiah Graves (Genies in a Bottle)
Playoffs – Jeremiah Graves (Genies in a Bottle)

2012 Salmon League Champion

Regular Season – Jeremiah Graves (Genies in a Bottle)
Playoffs – Levi Elgersma (High Cheese)

2013 Salmon League Champion

Regular Season – Steven Kunkel (Dominators)
Playoffs – Steven Kunkel (Dominators)

2014 Salmon League Champion

Regular Season – Jay Christiansen (TheFightingFernandos)
Playoffs – Morgan Lux (38 MPH Heaters)

2015 Salmon League Champion

Regular Season – Justin Kunkel (cracker jack)
Playoffs – Steven Kunkel (Dominators)

2016 Salmon League Champion

Regular Season – Justin Kunkel (cracker jack)
Playoffs – Jay Christiansen (The Groundhogs)

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*In 2005, the Salmon League switched to a head-to-head format and a playoff system was established.

**In 2007, the Salmon League expanded from eight teams to ten teams and became a two-keeper league, with one pitcher and one position player.

***In 2008, the Salmon League became a three-keeper league, with one pitcher, one position player, and one wild card.

****In 2010, the Salmon League expanded from ten teams to twelve teams.

*****In 2011, the Salmon League expanded from twelve teams to fourteen teams.

One thought on “SLB Championship History

  1. Steven October 18, 2013 / 3:54 pm

    Yo, I don’t know who “The Dominators” are. I made a mild team name change to the “Dominators”.

    As Levi said on March 17th: “I have to say that I don’t really care that you changed your team name again. I am however ecstatic that you did not return to the ‘The Dominators.’ That was just annoying.”

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