2005 International League season

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The 2005 International League season took place from April to September 2005.

The Toledo Mud Hens defeated the Indianapolis Indians to win the league championship.

Attendance[edit]

  • Buffalo - 609,092
  • Charlotte - 289,409
  • Columbus - 520,104
  • Durham - 520,371
  • Indianapolis - 565,653
  • Louisville - 643,466
  • Norfolk - 507,674
  • Ottawa - 160,544
  • Pawtucket - 688,421
  • Richmond - 414,959
  • Rochester - 452,302
  • Scranton/W.B. - 400,726
  • Syracuse - 382,625
  • Toledo - 592,046


Playoffs[edit]

The following teams qualified for the postseason: Buffalo Bisons, Indianapolis Indians, Norfolk Tides, and Toledo Mud Hens.

Division Series[edit]

The 2005 IL Playoffs include teams from Indianapolis (Wild Card finalist), Toledo (West Division Champions), Norfolk (South Division Champions) and the defending North Division and IL Champion Buffalo Bisons. Indianapolis defeated Buffalo 3 games to 2 by winning Games 3, 4 and Game 5 in Buffalo. Toledo also advanced in five games.

Championship series[edit]

Toledo won the IL title for the first time in nearly 40 years by sweeping the Indians (Indianapolis). All series were best of five.

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