The reigning Pioneer Baseball League champion Missoula Paddleheads have finished the first half of the 2022 regular season with the best record in not only the North Division, but the entire league. Congrats, fellas!

This marks the third consecutive half season that the Paddleheads have won more games than any other team in the league, dating back to the first half of the 2021 season.

Wait, how did that season end again?

Oh yeah. CHAMPS!

After Tuesday night's game in Great Falls which the champs walloped Great Falls 22-10, the Paddleheads '22 record now stands at 32-11, a healthy 12 games ahead of their North Division rival Great Falls Chukars. The second best record in the PBL belongs to the South Division's Ogden Raptors, who finished the second half of the '22 season at 27-16, 10 games back of the Paddleheads.

Credit: Pioneer Baseball League
Credit: Pioneer Baseball League

They aren't done yet, they have another 43 games to play before the PBL playoffs take off, and the Paddleheads have a fantastic chance to repeat as Pioneer Baseball League Champions. They will play their final home game on September 3rd and wrap up the eighty-six game regular season on September 10th.



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