Bull Cup

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Bull Cup

Established in 1991
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The Bull Cup is awarded to the winner of the Bull Cup Championship Series
Presented by The Bull Baseball League

First awarded 1991

Last awarded 2016

Current winner Ohio Oxen

Current runner-up Calgary Inferno

Most wins New York Minutemen (5)


The Bull Cup is the championship trophy of the Bull League, awarded annually to the winner of the Bull Cup Championship playoff series since 1991. It is considered the league's highest team award.

The first team to win the Bull Cup was the Chicago Knights, who defeated the Ohio Oxen in four games during the inaugural Bull Cup Championships.

Design

The Bull Cup is a sterling silver bowl approximately 10 cm in diameter and 6 cm in height, which is mounted on a tapered square wood base with a natural wood finish.

The main plate on the base is inscribed The Bull Cup - The BLBA, referring to the former acronym of the league (Bull League Baseball Association).

Beginning in 2016, the annual team panels will be in the format:

  • YEAR
  • WINNING TEAM NAME
  • SERIES SCORE
  • LOSING TEAM NAME

Existing panels will be changed to the new panel format.

The trophy was made by Ace Awards of Toronto, Canada.

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