Adam Island Baseball League
The Adam Island Baseball League (AIBL) is the top baseball league in The Republic of Adam Island. It contains the best baseball talent in Adam Island. The AIBL is made up of 8 teams, and each plays 84 games in a season from April to July. The team with the most wins is crowned the champion.
Long considered Adam Island's national game, the sport of baseball finally organizing into a professional national sports league in 2001. Local clubs have played each other in various levels of organization for centuries, but our modern era has codified the rules and set up a league consisting teams representing of Adam Island's largest and most historical cities.
The AIBL suspended play at the beginning of the Rat Flu outbreak in 2004. With most of the players and officials dead and many of the stadiums destroyed, the AIBL completely reformed in 2006.
Each team is owned independently and purchases player contracts, secures stadium use, and manages television and radio contracts for its own team. There are 24 minor league teams, each affiliated with a major league team, that the AIBL team can use to store developing talent. This prevents teams from crowding their rosters with less-deserving players for fear of another team snatching them before the talent is developed.
- AcR Arcos
- Adam City Caps
- Adam County Cats
- Adamaiin Island Pineapples
- Adamton Snow Leopards
- Adamville Apples
- Cape Adam Bananas
- Las Adam Pyramids
The AIBL Champion is the team with the best record at the end of the season.
- 2006: Adamaiin Island Pineapples (28-12)
Batter stats shown: Batting Average, Home Runs, RBIs Pitcher stats shown: W-L or Saves, ERA, Strikeouts Bold type on stats indicates that the player led the league in that category. Bold on All-Stars indicates the player was on the starting All-Star team that year or the first closer selected.
AIBL Triple Crown
The Triple Crown is awarded when a player leads the league in Batting Average, Home Runs and RBIs, or in Wins or Saves, Strikeouts and ERA.
- None Awarded
AIBL Most Valuable Player
The MVP is given to the best non-pitcher in the league, determined by voters from the media.
- 2006: David Peck, RF (AII) .326 13 34
AIBL Pitcher of the Year
The POY is given to the best non-pitcher in the league, determined by voters from the media
- 2006: Steven Sutton (AII) 7-0 60 2.90