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2003 California League Wrap-Up

League Closes: September 1
Playoff Format: Six teams. First-half champions in each division earn first-round bye; second-half champions meet wild card with next best overall record in best-of-3 quarterfinals. Winners meet first-half champions in best-of-5 semi-finals.


Postseason Results

Quarterfinals
September 3: Visalia 5, Modesto 0 (Visalia leads series 1-0)
Inland Empire 7, Lake Elsinore 6 (10 innings) (Inland Empire leads series 1-0)
September 4: Visalia 4, Modesto 3 (Visalia wins series 2-0)
Inland Empire 9, Lake Elsinore 7 (Inland Empire wins series 2-0)

Division Finals
September 6: Inland Empire 4, Rancho Cucamonga 3 (Inland Empire leads series 1-0)
Stockton 3, Visalia 0 (Stockton leads series 1-0)
September 7: Inland Empire 10, Rancho Cucamonga 4 (Inland Empire leads series 2-0)
Visalia 6, Stockton 0 (series tied 1-1)
September 8: Rancho Cucamonga 8 Inland Empire 4 (Inland Empire leads series 2-1)
Stockton 2, Visalia 1 (Stockton leads series 2-1)
September 9: Inland Empire 7, Rancho Cucamonga 5 (Inland Empire wins series 3-1)
Visalia 3, Stockton 0 (series tied 2-2)

Division Finals
September 11: Inland Empire 2, Stockton 0 (Inland Empire leads series 1-0)
September 12: Inland Empire 3, Stockton 2 (13 innings) (Inland Empire leads series 2-0)
September 13: Inland Empire 1, Stockton 0 (Inland Empire wins series 3-0)

League Champions: Inland Empire 66ers


2003 All-Star Team and Award Winners

Position
Player
Team
Catcher Jeff Mathis Rancho Cucamonga (Angels)
First Base Kyle Nichols Lancaster (Diamondbacks)
Second Base Josh Barfield Lake Elsinore (Padres)
Third Base Dallas McPherson Rancho Cucamonga (Angels)
Shortstop J.J. Furmaniak Lake Elsinore (Padres)
Outfield Joey Gathright Bakersfield (Devil Rays)
Outfield Greg Jacobs Inland Empire (Mariners)
Outfield Gary Thomas Modesto (A's)
Designated Hitter Corey Slavik Visalia (Rockies)
Pitcher Ervin Santana Rancho Cucamonga (Angels)
Pitcher Justin Hampson Visalia (Rockies)
Pitcher Ryan Ketchner Inland Empire (Mariners)
Pitcher Brad Weis Modesto (A's)

Most Valuable Player: Josh Barfield, Lake Elsinore
Pitcher of the Year: Ervin Santana, Rancho Cucamonga
Rookie of the Year: Joey Gathright, Bakersfield
Manager of the Year: Stu Cole, Visalia


Statistical Leaders

Batting Average Greg Jacobs, Inland Empire .357
On-Base Percentage Greg Jacobs, Inland Empire .433
Slugging Percentage Greg Jacobs, Inland Empire .576
Home Runs Kyle Nichols, Lancaster 31
Runs Batted In Josh Barfield, Lake Elsinore 128
Runs Jayson Nix, Visalia 107
Stolen Bases Chris Morris, High Desert 67
Earned Run Average Ervin Santana, Rancho Cucamonga 2.53
Wins Brad Weis, Modesto 15
Strikeouts Ryan Ketchner, Inland Empire 159
Saves Pete Sikaras, Lancaster 23

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