2011 Appalachian League


The 2011 season was the Appalachian League's 55th, and 10 teams competed in the league that year. The Johnson City Cardinals won the 2011 Appalachian League championship.

Level: R
Season Began: Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Season Ended: Tuesday, August 30, 2011

2011 Appalachian League Standings
2011 Appalachian League League Leaders

Bluefield Blue Jays (40-28) - Roster | Statistics - Toronto Blue Jays affiliate
Bristol White Sox (24-44) - Roster | Statistics - Chicago White Sox affiliate
Burlington Royals (24-44) - Roster | Statistics - Kansas City Royals affiliate
Danville Braves (39-29) - Roster | Statistics - Atlanta Braves affiliate
Elizabethton Twins (42-26) - Roster | Statistics - Minnesota Twins affiliate
Greeneville Astros (25-43) - Roster | Statistics - Houston Astros affiliate
Johnson City Cardinals (45-23) - Roster | Statistics - St. Louis Cardinals affiliate
Kingsport Mets (39-29) - Roster | Statistics - New York Mets affiliate
Princeton Rays (30-38) - Roster | Statistics - Tampa Bay Rays affiliate
Pulaski Mariners (32-36) - Roster | Statistics - Seattle Mariners affiliate


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