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Records and League History

MWL Hall of Famers

Class of 2013: Colin Komisar, Matt Boyles, Mike Boyles

Class of 2014: Bill Carpenter, Thomas Martin

Class of 2015: Joe Clavette, Ryan Yatso

Class of 2016: Spencer Hosseini

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The MWL Hall of Fame consists of players past and present who have proven their legacy both on and off the field in the Mequon Wiffleball League. Each class will consist of no greater than 3 players who are voted in by their peers.


MWL Championship

2009: Jammers

2010: Flying Squirrels

2011: Nutz

2012: Bombers

2013: Bombers

2014: Jammers

2015: Jammers

The Mequon Wiffleball League Champions

MVP

2011: Tyler Weidenhoeft (BYD), Mike Boyles (FYD)

2012: Tyler Weidenhoeft (BYD), Thomas Martin (FYD)

2013: Spencer Hosseini (BYD), Joe Clavette (FYD)

2014: “Q” (BYD), Joe Clavette (FYD)

2015: Mike Boyles

2016: Joe Clavette

The player who showed utmost dominance during the course of the year for their respective division. Considered the best player in the division for the given year.


Cy Young Award

2012: Thomas Martin (Bombers)

2013: Thomas Martin (Bombers)

2014: Joe Clavette (Bombers)

2015: Mike Boyles (Jammers)

2016: Joe Clavette (Jammers)

2017: Joe Clavette (Pirates)

The individual player who displayed dominance on the mound.  Considered the best pitcher in the league for the given year.


2016: Jammers

2017: Sting

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Golden Hands Award

2012: Colin Komisar (Jammers)

2013: Matt Boyles (TakeOver)

2014: Joey Wacha (The Squad)

2015: Maurice Lumpkin (Pirates)

2016: Mike Boyles (Jammers)

2017: Marty Kimmel (Trappers)

The individual player who displayed dominance in the field.  Considered the best fielder in the league for the given year.

Rookie of the Year

2011: Liam Evans (The Abusement Park)

2012: Joe Clavette (Bombers)

2013: Brett Liebau (Flying Tigers)

2014: Michael Schulz (The Squad)

2015: Katie Zakutansky (Jammers)

2016: Ryan Ryba (Riverdogs)

The individual player who displayed dominance in his rookie year in the Mequon WIffleball League.  Considered the best all-around rookie player for the given year.

Manager of the Year

2013: Ryan Yatso (Flying Tigers)

2014: Aaron Garza (The Squad)

2015: Sam Brekke (Pirates)

2016: Spencer Hosseini (Sting)

2017: Spencer Hosseini (Sting)

The individual manager who displayed dominance on/off the field by way of trades, free agent signings, and putting his team in the best position to win every week.  Considered the best team manager of the given year.