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2003 New York-Penn League Wrap-Up

League Closes: September 3
Playoff Format: Division champions and wild card team meet in best-of-3 semifinals. Winners meet in best-of-3 series for league championship.


Postseason Results

Semi-Finals
September 5: Brooklyn 7, Oneonta 3 (Brooklyn leads series 1-0)
Williamsport 3, Auburn 2 (Williamsport leads series 1-0)
September 6: Oneonta 4, Brooklyn 2 (series tied 1-1)
Williamsport 6, Auburn 3 (Williamsport wins series 2-0)
September 7: Brooklyn 3, Oneonta 2 (10 innings) (Brooklyn wins series 2-1)

New York-Penn League Championship
September 9: Williamsport 7, Brooklyn 2 (Williamsport leads series 1-0)
September 10: Williamsport 4, Brooklyn 3 (11 innings) (Williamsport wins series 2-0)

League Champions: Williamsport Crosscutters


2003 All-Star Team and Award Winners

2003 All-Star Team and Award Winners

Position
Player
Team
Catcher Paul Richmond Auburn (Blue Jays)
Catcher Danilo Sanchez Oneonta (Tigers)
First Base Vito Chiaravalloti Auburn (Blue Jays)
Second Base Eric Rodland Oneonta (Tigers)
Third Base Kody Kirkland Oneonta (Tigers)
Shortstop Aaron Hill Auburn (Blue Jays)
Utility Infield Tony Giarrantano Oneonta (Tigers)
Outfield Nyjer Morgan Williamsport (Pirates)
Outfield A.J. Porfirio Auburn (Blue Jays)
Outfield Ryan Goleski Mahoning Valley (Indians)
Outfield Josh Anderson Tri-City (Astros)
Designated Hitter Mike Madrid Willamsport (Pirates)
Right-Handed Pitcher Matt Lindstrom Brooklyn (Mets)
Right-Handed Pitcher Brian Bannister Brooklyn (Mets)
Left-Handed Pitcher Kurt Isenberg Auburn (Blue Jays)
Left-Handed Pitcher Aaron Gangi Hudson Valley (Devil Rays)

Most Valuable Player: Vito Chiaravalloti, Auburn
Stadler Award:
(Best Prospect)
Aaron Hill, Auburn
Kinsella Award:
(Rookie of the Year)
Vito Chiaravalloti, Auburn
Manager of the Year: Dennis Holmberg, Auburn


Statistical Leaders

Batting Average Vito Chiaravalloti, Auburn .351
On-Base Percentage Vito Chiaravalloti, Auburn .469
Slugging Percentage Vito Chiaravalloti, Auburn .605
Home Runs Vito Chiaravalloti, Auburn 12
Runs Batted In Vito Chiaravalloti, Auburn 67
Runs Juan Peralta, Auburn 62
Stolen Bases Javon Moran, Batavia 27
Earned Run Average Kurt Isenberg, Auburn 1.63
Wins Tom Mastny, Auburn 8
Strikeouts Matt Albers, Tri-City 94
Saves Chris Homer, Oneonta
Robert Paulk, Brooklyn
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