2004 Eastern League season

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The 2004 Eastern League season began on approximately April 1 and the regular season ended on approximately September 1.

The New Hampshire Fisher Cats defeated the Altoona Curve 3 games to 0 to win the Eastern League Championship Series.


Regular season[edit]

Standings[edit]

Eastern League - Northern Division
Team Win Loss  % GB
New Hampshire Fisher Cats 84 57 .596
Binghamton Mets 76 66 .535 8.5
New Britain Rock Cats 70 70 .500 13.5
Portland Sea Dogs 69 73 .486 15.5
Norwich Navigators 69 73 .486 15.5
Trenton Thunder 64 78 .451 20.5
Eastern League - Southern Division
Team Win Loss  % GB
Altoona Curve 85 56 .603
Erie SeaWolves 80 62 .563 5.5
Bowie Baysox 73 69 .514 12.5
Reading Phillies 64 77 .454 21.0
Akron Aeros 63 78 .447 22.0
Harrisburg Senators 52 90 .366 33.5

Notes:

Green shade indicates that team advanced to the playoffs
Bold indicates that team advanced to ELCS
Italics indicates that team won ELCS

Statistical league leaders[edit]

Batting leaders[edit]

Stat Player Total
AVG Jeff Keppinger (Altoona Curve and Binghamton Mets) .341
HR Mitch Jones (Trenton Thunder) 39
RBI Ryan Howard (Reading Phillies) 102
R Nate McLouth (Altoona Curve) 93

Pitching leaders[edit]

Stat Player Total
W Gustavo Chacín (New Hampshire Fisher Cats) 16
ERA Gavin Floyd (Reading Phillies) 2.57
SO Boof Bonser (New Britain Rock Cats) 146
SV Bobby Korecky (New Britain Rock Cats) 31


Playoffs[edit]

Divisional Series[edit]

Northern Division[edit]

The New Hampshire Fisher Cats defeated the Binghamton Mets in the Northern Division playoffs 3 games to 1.

Southern Division[edit]

The Altoona Curve defeated the Erie SeaWolves in the Southern Division playoffs 3 games to 0.

Championship Series[edit]

The New Hampshire Fisher Cats defeated the Altoona Curve in the ELCS 3 games to 0.

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