WCL Standings

NorthWL%
1 Bel17110.607
2 Yak16110.593
3 Wen15130.536
4 Kel14140.500
5 Vic13140.481
6 PA9180.333
SouthWL%
1 Cor2070.741
2 Por2080.714
3 Wal13140.481
4 Cow10170.370
5 Ben5220.185
NorthWL%
1 Bel1880.692
2 Kel14120.538
3 Vic14130.519
4 PA12150.444
5 Wen11150.423
6 Yak11160.407
SouthWL%
1 Por1790.654
2 Cor16110.593
3 Wal15120.556
4 Cow10170.370
5 Ben7200.259
NorthWL%
1 Bel35190.648
2 Kel28260.519
3 Vic27270.500
4 Yak27270.500
5 Wen26280.481
6 PA21330.389
SouthWL%
1 Por37170.685
2 Cor36180.667
3 Wal28260.519
4 Cow20340.370
5 Ben12420.222
  • Walla Walla Sweets
  • City: Walla Walla, Wa
  • Stadium:Borleske Stadium
  • Stadium Capacity:2378
  • Ownership:Pacific Baseball Ventures
  • General Manager:Dan Ferguson
  • Head Coach:Frank Mutz
  • Mascot:Sweet Lou
  • Founded:2009
  • WCL Membership:2010
About the Walla Walla Sweets:

The Walla Walla Sweets changed the game in the West Coast League.

Founded in 2009, and starting play in 2010, the Sweets introduced professionally-branded, professionally-operated baseball management to the WCL. The first team in league history to offer products such as print-at-home and mobile-delivered tickets, a focus on fan experience AND the product on the field, and an effort to both integrate in the community and provide ROI to investors, the organization has gone on to become a staple in the Walla Walla Valley.

Leading the league in attendance in 2010 and 2011 - despite playing in the smallest market in the league - the community has built #SweetsCountry into a national brand. Averaging over 40,000 fans per season over the past eight seasons, the Sweets take great pride in being the leader in development of best practices in the WCL. Team founder Zachary Fraser and his staff were recognized for their historic 2010 launch, with Fraser being named WCL Executive of the Year, and the Sweets recognized as the best brand launch in the country among summer collegiate teams.

On the field, the team shocked the league in 2011, knocking league power Wenatchee out of the playoffs and becoming the fastest expansion team to play in the WCL Championship Series in the circuit history.

The team plays home games at Historic Borleske Stadium - the same ballpark that hosted a rookie Ozzie Smith and Tony Gwynn back in its day as the home of the Walla Walla Padres. More than $1M of privately-financed renovations have created a memorable summer experience for all in the Valley.

Sweets Facts:

Hosted the 2012 WCL All-Star Game.

Owned by Pacific Baseball Ventures, the parent company of the Yakima Valley Pippins.

Brand collaboration by Zachary Fraser and Studio Simon of Louisville, KY

More than 50 players who have donned a Sweets uniform have been drafted in the MLB draft.

Team ownership includes the Chairman of the Seattle Mariners (MLB), Tacoma Rainiers (MiLB, AAA Affiliate of the Seattle Mariners), and former MLB All-Star Jeff Cirillo.

Borleske Stadium, the home of the Sweets, was built in 1926. It is the oldest stadium in the WCL circuit. It is also the home to Whitman College Baseball and Walla Walla High School Blue Devil Football

Sweets Stars:
Arturo Reyes (2012, Cardinals)
Eric Yardley (2011, Padres)
Alex Stanford (2011 WCL MVP)
Andrew Mendenhall (2-time All-Star)
Sean Bouchard (2014, Rockies)
Jon Harris (2013, Blue Jays)
Matt Hall (2013, Tigers)

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DATETIMEOPPONENTMEDIA
Jun 10
Sun
7:04 PM Corvallis KnightsW9-10 Box Score wrap
May 30
Wed
6:35 PM HS All Stars- Box Score wrap
Jun 01
Fri
7:05 PM Yakima Valley PippinsW2-3 Box Score wrap
Jun 02
Sat
6:35 PM Yakima Valley PippinsL8-5 Box Score wrap
Jun 03
Sun
6:05 PM Yakima Valley PippinsL8-1 Box Score wrap
Jun 04
Mon
6:35 PM Bellingham BellsW1-5 Box Score wrap
Jun 05
Tue
6:35 PM Bellingham BellsL1-0 Box Score wrap
Jun 06
Wed
6:35 PM Bellingham BellsW1-5 Box Score wrap
Jun 08
Fri
7:05 PM Corvallis KnightsW0-2 Box Score wrap
Jun 09
Sat
6:35 PM Corvallis KnightsL2-1 Box Score wrap
Jun 10
Sun
4:37 PM Corvallis KnightsL2-1 Box Score wrap
Jun 12
Tue
6:35 PM Highline Bears- Box Score wrap
Jun 13
Wed
6:35 PM Highline Bears- Box Score wrap
Jun 15
Fri
6:35 PM Bend ElksW1-5 Box Score wrap
Jun 16
Sat
6:35 PM Bend ElksW7-8 Box Score wrap
Jun 17
Sun
4:35 PM Bend ElksW6-12 Box Score wrap
Jun 19
Tue
7:05 PM Wenatchee ApplesoxW3-7 Box Score wrap
Jun 20
Wed
7:05 PM Wenatchee ApplesoxL3-1 Box Score wrap
Jun 21
Thu
7:05 PM Wenatchee ApplesoxW4-10 Box Score wrap
Jun 22
Fri
7:05 PM Portland PicklesW4-5 Box Score wrap
Jun 23
Sat
6:35 PM Portland PicklesL4-1 Box Score wrap
Jun 24
Sun
4:35 PM Portland PicklesW3-5 Box Score wrap
Jun 25
Mon
6:35 PM Victoria HarbourcatsL7-6 Box Score wrap
Jun 26
Tue
6:35 PM Victoria HarbourcatsW1-6 Box Score wrap
Jun 27
Wed
6:35 PM Victoria HarbourcatsW7-9 Box Score wrap
Jul 01
Sun
3:30 PM Corvallis KnightsL3-2 Box Score wrap
Jun 30
Sat
6:40 PM Corvallis KnightsW5-18 Box Score wrap
Jul 01
Sun
6:40 PM Corvallis KnightsW3-5 Box Score wrap
Jul 02
Mon
6:35 PM Bend ElksL6-4 Box Score wrap
Jul 03
Tue
6:35 PM Bend ElksL8-6 Box Score wrap
Jul 04
Wed
6:35 PM Bend ElksL10-4 Box Score wrap
Jul 05
Thu
6:35 PM North Sound EmeraldsW5-8 Box Score wrap
Jul 06
Fri
6:35 PM Wenatchee ApplesoxL7-6 Box Score wrap
Jul 07
Sat
6:35 PM Wenatchee ApplesoxW2-3 Box Score wrap
Jul 08
Sun
4:35 PM Wenatchee ApplesoxW0-2 Box Score wrap
Jul 10
Tue
7:05 PM Portland PicklesL10-7 Box Score wrap
Jul 11
Wed
7:05 PM Portland PicklesW1-2 Box Score wrap
Jul 12
Thu
7:05 PM Portland PicklesL12-0 Box Score wrap
Jul 13
Fri
6:35 PM River City Athletics- Box Score wrap
Jul 14
Sat
6:35 PM River City Athletics- Box Score wrap
Jul 16
Mon
7:00 PM 2018 ALUMNI CLASSIC
tickets
Listen Live Game Live
Jul 17
Tue
7:35 PM @ 2018 WCL ALL-STAR GAME Listen Live Game Live
Jul 18
Wed
6:35 PM Bellingham BellsW4-5 Box Score wrap
Jul 19
Thu
6:35 PM Bellingham BellsL4-2 Box Score wrap
Jul 20
Fri
7:05 PM Bellingham BellsW0-5 Box Score wrap
Jul 21
Sat
6:35 PM Cowlitz Black BearsW0-9 Box Score wrap
Jul 22
Sun
4:35 PM Cowlitz Black BearsL10-3 Box Score wrap
Jul 23
Mon
6:35 PM Cowlitz Black BearsW3-11 Box Score wrap
Jul 24
Tue
6:35 PM Victoria HarbourcatsL10-3 Box Score wrap
Jul 25
Wed
6:35 PM Victoria HarbourcatsL4-3 Box Score wrap
Jul 26
Thu
6:35 PM Victoria HarbourcatsL6-4 Box Score wrap
Jul 27
Fri
6:35 PM Port Angeles LeftiesW6-11 Box Score wrap
Jul 28
Sat
6:35 PM Port Angeles LeftiesL3-2 Box Score wrap
Jul 29
Sun
4:35 PM Port Angeles LeftiesL7-4 Box Score wrap
Jul 31
Tue
6:35 PM Kelowna FalconsL3-2 Box Score wrap
Aug 01
Wed
6:35 PM Kelowna FalconsW6-7 Box Score wrap
Aug 02
Thu
6:35 PM Kelowna FalconsW0-2 Box Score wrap
Aug 03
Fri
6:35 PM Yakima Valley PippinsW3-4 Box Score wrap
Aug 04
Sat
6:35 PM Yakima Valley PippinsW3-7 Box Score wrap
Aug 05
Sun
7:05 PM Yakima Valley Pippins
tickets
Listen Live Game Live
Aug 06
Mon
6:35 PM Cowlitz Black BearsL13-0 Box Score wrap
Aug 07
Tue
6:35 PM @ Cowlitz Black Bears Listen Live Game Live
Aug 08
Wed
7:05 PM @ Cowlitz Black Bears Listen Live Game Live

Walla Walla Sweets Address: 409 E Rees Ave, Walla Walla, WA 99362

Walla Walla Sweets
  • City: Walla Walla, Wa
  • Stadium: Borleske Stadium
  • Stadium Capacity:2378
  • Ownership:Pacific Baseball Ventures
  • General Manager:Dan Ferguson
  • Head Coach:Frank Mutz
  • Mascot:Sweet Lou
  • Founded:2009
  • WCL Membership:2010
About the Walla Walla Sweets:

The Walla Walla Sweets changed the game in the West Coast League.

Founded in 2009, and starting play in 2010, the Sweets introduced professionally-branded, professionally-operated baseball management to the WCL. The first team in league history to offer products such as print-at-home and mobile-delivered tickets, a focus on fan experience AND the product on the field, and an effort to both integrate in the community and provide ROI to investors, the organization has gone on to become a staple in the Walla Walla Valley.

Leading the league in attendance in 2010 and 2011 - despite playing in the smallest market in the league - the community has built #SweetsCountry into a national brand. Averaging over 40,000 fans per season over the past eight seasons, the Sweets take great pride in being the leader in development of best practices in the WCL. Team founder Zachary Fraser and his staff were recognized for their historic 2010 launch, with Fraser being named WCL Executive of the Year, and the Sweets recognized as the best brand launch in the country among summer collegiate teams.

On the field, the team shocked the league in 2011, knocking league power Wenatchee out of the playoffs and becoming the fastest expansion team to play in the WCL Championship Series in the circuit history.

The team plays home games at Historic Borleske Stadium - the same ballpark that hosted a rookie Ozzie Smith and Tony Gwynn back in its day as the home of the Walla Walla Padres. More than $1M of privately-financed renovations have created a memorable summer experience for all in the Valley.

Sweets Facts:

Hosted the 2012 WCL All-Star Game.

Owned by Pacific Baseball Ventures, the parent company of the Yakima Valley Pippins.

Brand collaboration by Zachary Fraser and Studio Simon of Louisville, KY

More than 50 players who have donned a Sweets uniform have been drafted in the MLB draft.

Team ownership includes the Chairman of the Seattle Mariners (MLB), Tacoma Rainiers (MiLB, AAA Affiliate of the Seattle Mariners), and former MLB All-Star Jeff Cirillo.

Borleske Stadium, the home of the Sweets, was built in 1926. It is the oldest stadium in the WCL circuit. It is also the home to Whitman College Baseball and Walla Walla High School Blue Devil Football

Sweets Stars:
Arturo Reyes (2012, Cardinals)
Eric Yardley (2011, Padres)
Alex Stanford (2011 WCL MVP)
Andrew Mendenhall (2-time All-Star)
Sean Bouchard (2014, Rockies)
Jon Harris (2013, Blue Jays)
Matt Hall (2013, Tigers)

Follow the Sweets: