2013 Appalachian League

The 2013 season was the Appalachian League's 57th, and 10 teams competed in the league that year. The Pulaski Mariners won the 2013 Appalachian League championship.

Level: R
Season Began: Thursday, June 20, 2013
Season Ended: Friday, August 30, 2013

2013 Appalachian League Standings
2013 Appalachian League League Leaders

Bluefield Blue Jays (40-27) - Roster | Statistics - Toronto Blue Jays affiliate
Bristol White Sox (20-45) - Roster | Statistics - Chicago White Sox affiliate
Burlington Royals (29-38) - Roster | Statistics - Kansas City Royals affiliate
Danville Braves (29-36) - Roster | Statistics - Atlanta Braves affiliate
Elizabethton Twins (37-31) - Roster | Statistics - Minnesota Twins affiliate
Greeneville Astros (38-30) - Roster | Statistics - Houston Astros affiliate
Johnson City Cardinals (36-31) - Roster | Statistics - St. Louis Cardinals affiliate
Kingsport Mets (40-27) - Roster | Statistics - New York Mets affiliate
Princeton Rays (25-43) - Roster | Statistics - Tampa Bay Rays affiliate
Pulaski Mariners (41-27) - Roster | Statistics - Seattle Mariners affiliate

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