Kelowna Inferno

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Kelowna Inferno

Founded in 1995

Kelowna, BC
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Team logo

Affiliations
League Cow League (AAA)
Subleague Frontier League
Division West
Bull League Affiliations
Affiliated to Calgary Inferno
Previous Rimouski Fighting Moose (formerly Hamilton Crusaders) (1995-2017)
Team Info
Name Kelowna Inferno (2004-present)

Previous names Windsor Sharks (1995-2003)

Previous locations Windsor, ON

Colors Red, yellow, black, white

                   

Ballpark
Ballpark Kelowna Stadium
Titles
Championships (1) 2000
League pennants (4) 1997, 1999, 2000, 2016

Division pennants (8) 1996—2000, 2014—2016
Playoff appearances (8) 1996—2000, 2014—2016



The Kelowna Inferno are a Canadian professional baseball team based in Kelowna, British Columbia. They play in the Frontier League's West division and are the Cow League (AAA-level) affiliate of the Calgary Inferno. They play at Kelowna Stadium.

The team has several playoff appearances, but just one Cow League championship, from 2000, when they were called the Windsor Sharks.

The team has an all-time win-loss record of 811-855 (.487).

Awards and other achievements

Team Records

For career hitting percentage records, 00000 plate appearances are required. For career pitching percentage records, 000 innings pitched are required.[1][2]

Statistic Single season record Career record
Player Record Year Player Record
Batting average Momoru Nagano .324 2010 Chris Clements Jr. .267
At bats Michinori Arakaki 297 2012 Allen Thomas 1,425
Runs Trevor McLeish 53 2014 Allen Thomas 184
Hits Michinori Arakaki 93 2012 Allen Thomas 350
Doubles Ruben Lira 21 2009 Ruben Lira 63
Triples Bryan Keels 9 2013 Ben Stanish
Jurg van Rossen
18
Home runs John Montalbetti 9 1995 Allen Thomas 19
Runs batted in John Montalbetti 46 1995 Allen Thomas 162
Stolen bases John Oldford 27 1998 Ruben Lira 81
Earned runs average B.J. May 2.13 1999 None qualified
Wins Bobby Stackhouse 9 1999 Joe Dougherty 25
Losses Ben Clark 9 2002 Nicolas Solis 32
Saves Nick Hodges 18 2015 Juan Lopez 43
Innings pitched Bobby Stackhouse 101.0 1999 Nicolas Solis 439.1
Strikeouts Kevin Jones 113 1996 Nicolas Solis 336

Championships

Cow League Championship Series[3]
Preceded by:
Baltimore Bruins
2000
(As Windsor Sharks)
Succeeded by:
Kensington Judges

References

  1. Kelowna Inferno: Batting Leaders. Bull News Network. [1]. Accessed: 1 November 2016.
  2. Kelowna Inferno: Pitching Leaders. Bull News Network. [2]. Accessed: 1 November 2016.
  3. Cow League History Index. Bull News Network. [3]. Accessed: 1 November 2016.