2010 Honkbal Hoofdklasse season

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2010 Honkbal Hoofdklasse season
League Honkbal Hoofdklasse
Sport Baseball
Duration April 10 – September 18, 2010
Regular season
League postseason
Holland Series

The 2010 Honkbal Hoofdklasse season began Saturday, April 10 and ended on September 18.[1]

Standings[edit]

Teams
W L Pct. GB
DOOR Neptunus 39 3 .929
Corendon Kinheim 30 11 .732
L&D Amsterdam 25 17 .595 14
Konica Minolta Pioniers 22 20 .524 17
Mr. Cocker HCAW 19 23 .452 20
Sparta/Feyenoord 13 28 .321 25½
ADO Den Haag 9 31 .232 29
Almere Magpies 9 33 .214 30
  • The game ADO Den Haag – Sparta/Feyenoord on June 17 ended after the 10th inning in a 2–2 draw, due to the curfew rule.

League leaders[edit]

Pitching leaders[edit]

Stat Player Total
W David Bergman (KIN) 12
L Sten van den Bedem (ALM) 11
ERA Leon Boyd (NEP) 0.39
K David Bergman (KIN) 100
IP Gregory Gustina (SPA) 105.1
SV Michiel van Kampen (KIN) 11

(Updated through August 14)

All-Star game[edit]

The 2010 Honkbal Hoofdklasse All-Star Game will be the 1st midseason exhibition between the all-stars divided in teams North and South. The all-stars from Almere, Amsterdam, Bussum and Haarlem will make up team North. The all-stars from Den Haag, Hoofddorp and Rotterdam will make up team South.

The game will be held on July 4 at the Leen Volkerijk Stadium, the home of ADO Den Haag.[2]

Rosters[edit]

Votes were cast online. The deadline to cast votes was June 27, and the results were published on June 28. Most of the players, 14 out of 19, in team South are players from Corendon Kinheim and L&D Amsterdam. Also, DOOR Neptunus brings 10 players to the All Star Game. Current weakest teams in the 2010 season, ADO Den Haag and Almere Magpies, has the lowest number of representatives.[3]

Line score[edit]

July 4, 2010 4:30 p.m. (GMT+1)
Leen Volkerijk Stadium, Den Haag
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
All Star North 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 10 1
All Star South 1 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 7 10 3
Starting pitchers:
North: David Bergman
South: Leon Boyd
WP: Jean-Paul Gulinck (1-1)   LP: Joep de Wit (0-1)   Sv: Dushan Ruzic (3)
Home runs:
North: None
South: Eugene Kingsale (1), Percy Isenia (1)

Playoffs[edit]

The playoffs began on Thursday, August 19 and will feature the four best teams of the regular season.

Neptunus vs. Pioniers[edit]

DOOR Neptunus won the series, 3–0.

Game Date Score Location Time Attendance
1 August 19 DOOR Neptunus – 1, Konica Minolta Pioniers – 0 Rotterdam 3:01 250[4]
2 August 21 Konica Minolta Pioniers – 0, DOOR Neptunus – 3 Hoofddorp 2:53 350[5] 
3 August 19 DOOR Neptunus – 8, Konica Minolta Pioniers – 0 Rotterdam 2:24 230[6]

Kinheim vs. Amsterdam[edit]

L&D Amsterdam won the series, 3–1.

Game Date Score Location Time Attendance
1 August 20 Corendon Kinheim – 1, L&D Amsterdam – 4 Haarlem 2:37 316[7]
2 August 21 L&D Amsterdam – 7, Corendon Kinheim – 8 Amsterdam 3:07 405[8] 
3 August 22 Corendon Kinheim – 4, L&D Amsterdam – 6 Haarlem 3:06 482[9] 
4 August 31 L&D Amsterdam – 9, Corendon Kinheim – 3 Amsterdam 2:57 250[10]

Playdowns[edit]

The playdowns began on Thursday, August 19 and will feature the four weakest teams of the regular season.

HCAW vs. Almere[edit]

Mr.Cocker HCAW won the series, 3–0.

Game Date Score Location Time Attendance
1 August 19 Mr.Cocker HCAW – 3, Almere Magpies – 1 Bussum 2:25 200[11]
2 August 21 Almere Magpies – 5, Mr.Cocker HCAW – 16 Almere 2:57 152[12] 
3 August 22 Mr.Cocker HCAW – 7, Almere Magpies – 1 Bussum 2:19 331[13]

Sparta/Feyenoord vs. ADO[edit]

Sparta/Feyenoord won the series, 3–0.

Game Date Score Location Time Attendance
1 August 20 Sparta/Feyenoord – 2, ADO Den Haag – 1 Rotterdam 2:41 52[14]
2 August 21 ADO Den Haag – 4, Sparta/Feyenoord – 8 Den Haag 3:18 135[15] 
3 August 22 Sparta/Feyenoord – 2, ADO Den Haag – 1 Rotterdam 3:11 92[16]

Degradation Series[edit]

ADO Den Haag won the series, 3–1.

Game Date Score Location Time Attendance
1 September 2 ADO Den Haag – 11, Almere Magpies – 6 Den Haag 2:52 82[17]
2 September 4 Almere Magpies – 0, ADO Den Haag – 1 Almere 2:21 142[18] 
3 September 5 ADO Den Haag – 2, Almere Magpies – 4 Den Haag 2:54 115[19] 
4 September 11 Almere Magpies – 2, ADO Den Haag – 3 Almere 3:08 200[20]

Promotion Series[edit]

Almere Magpies won the series, 3–0.

Game Date Score Location Time Attendance
1 September 16 Almere Magpies – 4, UVV – 1 Almere 2:28 265[21]
2 September 18 UVV – 0, Almere Magpies – 3 Utrecht 2:55 300[22] 
3 September 19 Almere Magpies – 4, UVV – 2 Almere 2:33 247[23]

Holland Series[edit]

DOOR Neptunus won the series, 4–2.

Game Date Score Location Time Attendance
1 September 4 DOOR Neptunus – 2, L&D Amsterdam – 5 Rotterdam 3:05 950[24]
2 September 5 L&D Amsterdam – 3, DOOR Neptunus – 5 Amsterdam 3:00 950[25] 
3 September 9 DOOR Neptunus – 3, L&D Amsterdam – 0 Rotterdam 2:29 951[26] 
4 September 11 L&D Amsterdam – 3, DOOR Neptunus – 1 Amsterdam 2:26 1,000[27] 
5 September 12 DOOR Neptunus – 3, L&D Amsterdam – 2 Rotterdam 2:24 480[28] 
6 September 18 L&D Amsterdam – 2, DOOR Neptunus – 5 Amsterdam 2:33 1,200[29]

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