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 2000 Triple-A World Series  

2000 Las Vegas
Triple-A World Series


Indianapolis Indians (IL) 3
Memphis Redbirds (PCL) 1

Game One: Indianapolis 8, Memphis 3
Game Two: Indianapolis 3, Memphis 2
Game Three: Memphis 11, Indianapolis 4
Game Four: Indianapolis 9, Memphis 2


Recap: The Indianapolis Indians became the first IL club to capture a Las Vegas Triple-A World Series Championship, topping Memphis in 4 games. Lyle Mouton totaled four RBI as Indianapolis rolled to an 8-3 Game One victory. Game Two was as climactic as any in Triple-A World Series history. Memphis tied the score in the top off the 9th off of IL All-Star closer Bob Scanlan, but the Tribe's Creighton Gubanich led off the bottom of the frame with a walk-off home run to give Indianapolis a 3-2 win and 2-0 series lead. Memphis climbed back into the series with a Game Three win, as Larry Sutton hit two home runs to help the Redbirds erase an early two run deficit. Indianapolis ace left-hander Horacio Estrada pitched a gem for the Tribe in Game Four, allowing two runs in the first inning, then holding Memphis scoreless for the next seven frames as the Indians won the series with a 9-2 victory.

Triple-A Champions
Indianapolis Indians
Most Valuable Player
Santiago Perez - .462, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 4 R

 1999 Triple-A World Series  

1999 Las Vegas
Triple-A World Series


Vancouver Canadians (PCL) 3
Charlotte Knights (IL) 2

Game One: Charlotte 6, Vancouver 5
Game Two: Vancouver 5, Charlotte 4
Game Three: Charlotte 4, Vancouver 2
Game Four: Vancouver 9, Charlotte 7
Game Five: Vancouver 16, Charlotte 2


Recap: The Vancouver franchise capped its final season in Canada with a Triple-A World Series Title defeating the Charlotte Knights in 5 games. Eric Christopherson drove in Chad Mottola in the bottom of the 9th inning to lead Charlotte in a Game One victory. Terrence Long drove in three runs as the Canadians tied the series with a 5-4 Game Two win. Jon Garland struck out eight, allowing no earned runs, and Jeff Abbott, Jeff Liefer, and Luis Raven homered as the Knights won Game Three, 4-2. Jeff Ball, Mario Encarnacion, and Long each drove in two runs as Vancouver scored two in the bottom of the eighth inning to win Game Four 9-7. Tilson Brito had a pair of homers for Charlotte. Behind Mark Mulder's complete game seven-hitter in Game Five, Vancouver blasted Charlotte 16-2 to win the 2nd Annual Triple-A World Series. Long drove in 4 runs, while Jose Ortiz and Roberto Vaz had 3 RBI apiece for the Canadians.

Triple-A Champions
Vancouver Canadians
Most Valuable Player
Terrance Long - .429, 9 hits, 10 RBI

 1998 Triple-A World Series  

1998 Las Vegas
Triple-A World Series


New Orleans Zephyrs (PCL) 3
Buffalo Bisons (IL) 1

Game One: New Orleans 7, Buffalo 2
Game Two: Buffalo 9, New Orleans 2
Game Three: New Orleans 3, Buffalo 2
Game Four: New Orleans 12, Buffalo 6


Recap: The New Orleans Zephyrs hit eight home runs to defeat the Buffalo Bisons 3 games to 1 in this battle of former American Association rivals. Left-hander John Halama went the distance for the Zephyrs in Game One, striking out nine and Daryle Ward hit a pair of home runs as New Orleans won the inaugural game. James Betzold, Phil Hiatt, and Jeff Manto each had a pair of RBI as the Bisons evened the series with a Game Two victory. Ken Ramos and Marc Ronan hit back-to-back homers in the bottom of the eighth inning of Game Three as New Orleans rallied for a 3-2 victory. Lance Berkman drove in six runs on three home runs and a single while Casey Candaele scored three runs as the New Orleans Zephyrs won Game Four to win the inaugural Las Vegas Triple-A World Series. Manto had three hits and three RBI in a losing effort.

Triple-A Champions
New Orleans Zephyrs
Most Valuable Player
Lance Berkman - .467, 3 HR, 6 RBI