2007 International League season

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The 2007 International League season took place from April to September 2007.

The Richmond Braves defeated the Durham Bulls to win the league championship.

Attendance[edit]

  • Buffalo - 572,635
  • Charlotte - 311,119
  • Columbus - 507,155
  • Durham - 535,056
  • Indianapolis - 586,785
  • Louisville - 653,915
  • Norfolk - 464,034
  • Ottawa - 126,894
  • Pawtucket - 611,379
  • Richmond - 356,028
  • Rochester - 473,288
  • Scranton/WB - 590,326
  • Syracuse - 380,152
  • Toledo - 596,675


Playoffs[edit]

The following teams qualified for the postseason: Durham Bulls, Richmond Braves, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees, and Toledo Mud Hens.

Division Series[edit]

Durham (South Division Champion) 3, Toledo (West Division Champion) 0
Richmond (Wild Card) 3, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (North Division Champion) 1

Championship series[edit]

Richmond (Wild Card) 3, Durham (South Division Champion) 1 Richmond played in their first Triple A Championship Game against the Sacramento River Cats. They lost to Sacramento. They following season they played their final season in Richmond before relocating to Gwinnett County and being renamed the Gwinnett Braves.

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