Gatineau Devil Bears

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Gatineau Devil Bears

Founded in 2012

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Team logo
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Secondary logo

League Cow League (AAA)
Subleague Frontier League
Division East
Bull League Affiliations
Affiliated to Montreal Metros
Previous Battle Creek Attack (2012-2017)
Team Info
Name Gatineau Devil Bears (2012-present)

Colors Black, red, white, grey


Ballpark Gatineau Grounds

The Gatineau Devil Bears are a Canadian professional baseball team based in Gatineau, Québec. They play in the Frontier League's East division and are the Cow League (AAA-level) affiliate of the Montreal Metros. They play at Gatineau Grounds.

The team has no playoff appearances or championships.

Their all-time win-loss record is 209-233 (.473).

Awards and other achievements

Team Records

For career hitting percentage records, 335 plate appearances are required. For career pitching percentage records, 108 innings pitched are required.[1][2]

Statistic Single season record Career record
Player Record Year Player Record
Batting average Jerry Flores .305 2016 Jerry Flores .308
At bats Bobby Turner 259 2013 Bobby Turner 504
Runs Bobby Turner 35 2013 Bobby Turner 78
Hits Bobby Turner
Jerry Flores
67 2013
Bobby Turner 129
Doubles Diego Cervantes 18 2012 Ken Graves 24
Triples Ken Graves 10 2014 Ken Graves 16
Home runs Bobby Turner 8 2013 Bobby Turner 13
Runs batted in T.J. Shaw 32 2015 Bobby Turner 63
Stolen bases David Gomes 22 2016 David Gomes 29
Earned runs average Antonio Reveles 2.16 2013 Bobby Gallardo 3.10
Wins Shingo Koga
Brian Shilvock
Patrice Bernard
6 2014
Shingo Koga 12
Losses Dave Walters
Cletus Kuhn
7 2014
Dave Walters 11
Saves Mike Cope 16 2016 Mike Cope 16
Innings pitched Remi Philippe 87.2 2016 Remi Philippe 170.1
Strikeouts Antonio Reveles 100 2013 Remi Philippe 187


  1. Gatineau Devil Bears: Batting Leaders. Bull News Network. [1]. Accessed: 27 October 2016.
  2. Gatineau Devil Bears: Pitching Leaders. Bull News Network. [2]. Accessed: 27 October 2016.