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2006 International League season

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2006 International League season

The 2006 International League season took place from April to September 2006.

The Toledo Mud Hens defeated the Rochester Red Wings to win the league championship.

Attendance

  • Buffalo - 607,929
  • Charlotte - 306,408
  • Columbus - 518,875
  • Durham - 507,547
  • Indianapolis - 547,768
  • Louisville - 652,692
  • Norfolk - 463,769
  • Ottawa - 122,574
  • Pawtucket - 613,065
  • Richmond - 321,696
  • Rochester - 476,734
  • Scranton/W.B. - 381,179
  • Syracuse - 347,699
  • Toledo - 606,457


Playoffs

The following teams qualified for the postseason: Charlotte Knights, Indianapolis Indians, Rochester Red Wings, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons, and Toledo Mud Hens.

Division Series

Toledo and Indianapolis played a one game playoff to determine the IL west division title

Winner: Toledo; Indianapolis eliminated

IL West Champions: Toledo IL South Champions: Charlotte

Winner: Toledo

IL North Champions: Scranton IL Wild Card Champions: Rochester

Winner: Rochester

Championship series

The Toledo Mud Hens defeated the Rochester Red Wings three games to two to win their second straight Governors' Cup and third overall. Toledo would represent the International League in the Triple A Championship game in Oklahoma. They lost to the Tucson Sidewinders. Tucson now plays in Reno. Their team name is the Reno Aces.

References


External links

  • International League official website


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