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Topeka Golden Giants

Topeka Golden Giants
Team logo Cap insignia
League Mid-Plains League
Location Topeka, Kansas
Ballpark Jerry Robertson Field
Year founded 2005
League championships 2012
Regular-season championships 2012, 2013, 2014
Former league(s)
Former ballparks Falley Field, Hummer Sports Park
Colors Navy & Gold
Retired numbers 14 (Brett Cowdin)
Ownership Bob Conlon
Manager John Tetuan
Media Topeka Capital Journal
Website .comtopekagoldengiantsbaseball

The Topeka Golden Giants are a summer collegiate wood bat baseball team based in Topeka, Kansas, in the United States. The Golden Giants are a member of the Mid-Plains League. The Golden Giants were members of the M.I.N.K. League from 2005-2009 and the Walter Johnson League from 2012-2013.

Year-by-year record

Season W-L Win% Postseason
2005 17-19 .472 None
2006 20-18 .526 None
2007 13-22 .371 None
2008 15-21 .417 None
2009 19-16 .594 None
2010 ??? .??? Summer Classic Champions
2011 ??? .??? NBC World Series Berth
2012 32-15 .681 WJL Champions, WJL Reg. Season Champions, NBC World Series Berth
2013 33-16 .673 WJL Reg. Season Champions, Summer Classic Champions
2014 29-11 .725 MPL Reg. Season Champions, Summer Classic Runner-Up
2015 19-16 .543 Loss First Round

External links

  • Golden Giants web site
  • Shawnee County Parks and Recreation

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