- "We did what you have to do to win. We got three very good starts, we played some outstanding defence and the bats came alive and we peaked at the right time."
- — Perth Heat manager Brooke Knight after winning the Australian Baseball League Championship
- News and announcements
- We have a new baseball-exclusive Good Article to take our tally up to three: 2010–11 Australian Baseball League season.
- New ABL-themed userboxes are now available to go on your user page. Each of the six teams have a standard one ready to go, while the Blue Sox have an additional one using the crowd chant as heard on Triple H FM. If fans of the other teams want a similarly adjusted userbox, let me know and I'll have it up as soon as I can.
- As always, if you've got an idea for the newsletter or for the task force as a whole, please add it to the task force's talk page.
- Featured content
The following articles have been promoted past start-class, or included in the task force's scrutiny, since the last edition:
- Good Article status:
2010–11 Australian Baseball League season
- B-Class status:
Australian Baseball League
- News from the diamond
- The inaugural ABL champions are the Perth Heat. They defeated the Adelaide Bite 2 games to 1 in the championship series, held at Baseball Park in Perth. In late breaking news, the Heat will now get the opportunity to compete in the Asia Series in November this year, against the winners of the Japan Series, Korean Series and Taiwan Series.
- Congratulations to the Victoria Blue team, defeating New South Wales in the final at Narrabundah Ballpark in Canberra to claim the National Championship. Country New South Wales defeated Western Australia to claim the bronze medal.
- Australian Provincial Championships:
- After the finals were washed out at Blacktown Olympic Park in Sydney, Western Australia were declared champions at the conclusion of round robin play. They finished in a three-way tie with Country New South Wales and Victoria with a 3–1 record, but finished ahead having given up fewer runs. With its head-to-head win, Country New South Wales claimed silver and Victory bronze.
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