Bull Oceanic Winter League

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Bull Oceanic Winter League

Founded 2018

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Countries Australia Australian Flag.png, New Zealand Flag of New Zealand.svg.png, Tunis, Egypt, South Africa, Nigeria


Current champions (1) Tunis Freemen

The Bull Oceanic Winter League (BOWL) is an annual off-season developmental league owned and operated by the Bull Baseball League. The league includes ten teams, divided into an African division, and an Australian/New Zealand division. Each year, the league plays its games at a single baseball complex in a selected host city. The players are drawn from the lower minor leagues of all twenty Bull League teams.

Structure

The ten teams in the BOWL each draw their players from two Bull League teams, ensuring there are a large number of roster slots available to teams who want to continue to develop their minor league players during the off-season.

Division Team City, Country Seed teams
Africa Algiers Berbers Algiers, Algieria Louisville Sluggers, Nevada Speeders
Cairo Pharaohs Cairo, Egypt Calgary Inferno, New York Dragons
Cape Town Nuggets Cape Town, South Africa Miami Storm, St. Petersburg Admirals
Lagos Millionaires Lagos, Nigeria Montreal Metros, Norfolk Sharks
Tunis Freemen Tunis, Tunisia Chicago Pit Bulls, Seattle Salts
AUS/NZ Gold Coast Stars Gold Coast, Australia Boston Brawlers, California Tidals
Melbourne Gold Rush Melbourne, Australia Arizona Cowboys, Detroit Motorheads
Newcastle Nuclears Newcastle, Australia Dallas Deputies, Ohio Oxen
Sydney Surfers Sydney, Australia Minneapolis Ravens, Toronto Nomads
Wellington Diggers Wellington, New Zealand Denver Danger, Rimouski Fighting Moose

Championships

The championship team is determined in a 2-round playoff.

Year Champions Runners-up
2018 Tunis Freemen Lagos Millionaires

References