APL League

Updated Tuesday July 18, 2017 by Boys Baseball of Aurora BBA.

CHAMPION 

MANAGER 

YEAR

RUNNER-UP 

MANAGER 

Jordan Legal Group Larry Sladek 2017 Ahasic Dentistry Jeff Volkman
Leonardi's TJ Johnson 2016 Jordan Legal Larry Sladek

Ahasic Dentistry (16-3-1)

Tim Barkei

2015

Aurora Police (6-14)

Jason Morthland

Jordan Legal Group

Larry Sladek

2014

   

Third Ward Club

Jeff Volkman

2013

Kiwanis Club

Tim Yaros 

Jordan Legal Group

Larry Sladek

2012 

Hagerty Plumbing

Mike Stark 

Hayden's Sports

Tim Yaros

2011

Aurora Police

Xavier Rodriguez 

Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth

2010 

Kiwanis Club

Mark Tomse

RJ Keck

Steve Robertson

2009 

Hagerty Plumbing

Mike Stark

 Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth 

2008 

Hagerty Plumbing

Mike Stark

Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth

2007 

Aurora Police

Xavier Rodrigues

Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth

2006 

Hagerty Plumbing

Mike Stark

Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth

2005 

RJ Keck

Steve Robertson

Hagerty Plumbing

Mike Stark

2004 

Hayden's Sports

Tim Yaros

Hagerty Plumbing

Mike Stark

2003

Law Title

Larry Sladek

Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth

2002 

Kiwanis Club

Sean Montgomery

Aurora Police

Bob Hamilton

2001 

Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth

Lions Club

Jeff Volkman

2000 

Kiwanis Club

Sean Montgomery 

Hayden's Sports

Tim Yaros

1999 

Turners Club

Jakious

 Eagles Club

Pat Rollison

1998 

Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth 

Aurora Police

Bob Hamilton

1997 

Hayden's Sports

Tim Yaros

Hagerty Plumbing

Mike Stark

1996

Tiger Club

Don Walter

Moose 400

Bill Lawrence

1995

Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth

Corner Classics

Jamie Wyeth

1994

Third Ward Club

Mike Smith

Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth

1993

Corner Classics

Jamie Wyeth

Third Ward Club

Dave Rasich

1992

Corner Classics

Jamie Wyeth

Aurora Federal Savings

Jamie Wyeth

1991

Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth

Exchange Club

Mike Witte

1990

Lyon Metal

Larry Biles

Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth

1989

Exchange Clib

Mike Witte

Exchange Club

Mike Witte

1988

Lyon Metal

Larry Biles

Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth 

1987

Aurora Federal Savings

Jamie Wyeth

Aurora Federal Savings

Jamie Wyeth

1986

Hagerty Plumbing

Mike Stark

Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth

1985

Hagerty Plumbing

Mike Stark

Aurora National Bank

Jamie Wyeth

1984

Kiwanis Club

Tim Weber

Hagerty Plumbing

Mike Stark

1983

Kiwanis Club

Ray Thill

Platt Electric

Jay Wyeth

1982

Leonardi's Furniture

Dave Tuttle

Lyon Metal

Ron Gulledge

1981

Leonardi's Furniture

Dave Tuttle

Platt Electric

Bill Frantzen

1980

Lyon Metal

Ron Gulledge

Lyon Metal

Ron Gulledge

1979

Kiwanis Club

Dave Petersohn

Platt Electric

Bill Frantzen

1978

Leonardi's

Ray Rodgers

Leonardi's

Ray Rodgers

1977

Hagerty Plumbing

Mike Stark

Platt Electric

Bill Frantzen

1976

Lyon Metal

Ron Gulledge

Platt Electric

Bill Frantzen

1975

Moose Club

Ray Thill

Lyon Metal

Ed Smith

1974

Arby's

Warren Baumann

Moose Club

Jim Frantzen

1973

Platt Electric

Bill Frantzen

Bankers

Rich Wagner

1972

Vendo

Ray Rodgers

Van Barriger

George Andrews

1971

Telesound

Rex Knapp

Platt Electric

Bob Reder

1970

N. Lake Merr.

Bob Hansen

Platt Electric

Bob Reder

1969

Vendo

Ray Rodgers

Frost Electric

??

1968

Bankers

John Wiley

N. Lake Merr.

Joe Blasing

1967

Pictorial

Dick Hunt

Frost Electric

Ralph Martin

1966

N. Lake Mer.

Joe Blasing

Platt Electric

Jack Hughes

1965

Lions Club

Hank Banser

Valley City

Jim Patterman

1964

Ken Barber

Ken Pfeifer

Thor Power

Jim Reiland

1963 

Lions Club

Hank Banser 

 Pictorial

Dick Hunt 

 1962

Stoner Manufacturing 

Cliff Miller 

 Valley City

Ron O'Conner 

 1961

Ken Barber 

Ken Pfeifer 

Thor Power 

Jim Weber 

 1960

McKee Door 

Kermit Beck 

 Valley City

Ron O'Conner 

 1959

Thor Power 

Ace Wyeth 

 Valley City

Ron O'Conner 

 1958

Stoner Manufacturing 

Harold Kellogg 

 Lions Club

Jim Weber 

 1957

Thor Power 

Ace Wyeth 

 

APL was an independent organization from 1957 until 2014, operating under Aurora Pony League.  In an effort to improve the baseball experience in the City of Aurora and have a single organization handling players from 4-14, Aurora Pony League merged into Boys Baseball of Aurora.