2010–11 LVBP season
First league phase
This round is called "Ronda Eliminatoria" or "Regular" by the league.
It was played from October, 12th to December, 30th.
|Leones del Caracas||63||35||28||.556||–|
|Aguilas del Zulia||63||35||28||.556||–|
|Caribes de Anzoátegui||63||34||29||.540||1|
|Tigres de Aragua||63||33||30||.524||2|
|Bravos de Margarita||61||31||30||.508||3|
|Navegantes del Magallanes||63||28||35||.444||7|
|Cardenales de Lara||63||28||35||.444||7|
|Tiburones de La Guaira||61||26||35||.426||8|
The first five teams advanced to the second league phase.
Offensive and Defensive Leaders
Second league phase
This round is called "Round Robin" or "Semi-final" by the league.
It was intended to be played from January, 2nd to January, 21st, but Aragua and Caracas ended in a tie, and had to play an extra tie-breaking game on January, 22nd. The extra game was played in Caracas because the Leones had finished with a better record during the first phase of the tournament.
|Caribes de Anzoátegui||16||11||5||.688||–|
|Tigres de Aragua(*)||16||10||6||.625||1|
|Leones del Caracas(*)||16||10||6||.625||1|
|Bravos de Margarita||16||5||11||.313||6|
|Águilas del Zulia||16||4||12||.250||7|
The top two teams classified to the championship series.
(*) Aragua and Caracas played an extra, tie-breaking game to decide who would play against Anzoátegui in the final after finishing with a 10W-6L record during the round robin/semi final phase. The extra game was played on January, 22nd 2011 in Caracas' "Universitario" stadium, with victory for the away team, Tigres de Aragua, with a 5-2 score.
|Caribes de Anzoategui||4||3||.571||–|
|Tigres de Aragua||3||4||.429||1|
|23 January 2011||Alfonso "Chico" Carrasquel||Puerto la Cruz||Tigres 5 - Caribes 8||Caribes leads 1-0|
|24 January 2011||Alfonso "Chico" Carrasquel||Puerto la Cruz||Tigres 7 - Caribes 8||Caribes leads 2-0|
|26 January 2011||José Pérez Colmenares||Maracay||Caribes 4 - Tigres 8||Caribes leads 2-1|
|27 January 2011||José Pérez Colmenares||Maracay||Caribes 0 - Tigres 16||tied 2-2|
|28 January 2011||José Pérez Colmenares||Maracay||Caribes 8 - Tigres 7||Caribes leads 3-2|
|29 January 2011||Alfonso "Chico" Carrasquel||Puerto la Cruz||Tigres 4 - Caribes 1||tied 3-3|
|30 January 2011||Alfonso "Chico" Carrasquel||Puerto la Cruz||Tigres 7 - Caribes 8||Caribes wins series 4-3|
The Caribes de Anzoátegui were crowned LVBP 2010-2011 Champions. This is the first title in the franchise's 20-year history.
The Championship Series' MVP was Luis Jiménez who was playing for the Caribes as a reinforcement.
- On 21 November, Navegantes del Magallanes pitcher Anthony Lerew, completed a no hit/no run game against Magallanes' nemesis Leones del Caracas. The final score was 6-0. This was the 16th no-hitter game in the history of the league, and the 12th achieved by one pitcher during the whole game.
- Caribes de Anzoátegui - one of the newer teams in the league - won their first championship after reaching the final for the second time (first one in 2003-2004); both of these finals have been against the Tigres de Aragua, team that reached its 15th final, and 8th in the last nine years.
- Caribes also managed to repeat a feat that hadn't been seen in the league since the 1988-89 tournament. That year, Águilas del Zulia just like Caribes in this tournament, managed to win the title after ending last in the previous season.
- Josh Kroeger el más valioso de las 2010-2011 (Spanish)
- Jiménez, Belisario Y Ramírez Los Primeros Premiados (Spanish)
- José Pirela, Novato del Año (Spanish)
- Yusmeiro Petit, El Regreso del Año (Spanish)
- Jody Davis Manager del Año (Spanish)
- El Caribe Andrew Baldwin es el Pitcher del Año (Spanish)
- Juegos sin hits ni carreras en la LVBP