Triple-A Baseball National Championship
The Bricktown Showdown was renamed the Triple-A Baseball National Championship in 2009. The annual event is a one-game playoff between the champions of the International League and the Pacific Coast League. The event venue rotates on a yearly basis, similar to the Triple-A All-Star Game venue selection.
- 2009: Jeremy Hellickson, Durham. Hellickson pitched five scoreless innings and left with a 4-0 lead.
- 2010: Jerad Head, Columbus. Head went 3 for 4 with two doubles and four RBI.
- 2011: Joe Martinez, Columbus. Martinez pitched seven innings to get the win, only giving up a 3-run homer in the first inning.
- 2012: A.J. Pollock, Reno. Pollock went 2-for-5 with a triple, double, two runs scored and an RBI.
- 2013: Chris Dwyer, Omaha. Dwyer tosses perfect ball for 6 2/3 innings before a Tim Beckham single, fanning 7.
- 2014: Brett Hayes, Omaha. Hayes hit a two-run home run in the seventh.
- 2015: Chris Devenski, Fresno. Devenski pitched 5 perfect innings and struck out 9 in 7 innings of one-hit ball.
- 2016: Chris Parmelee, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Parmelee's three-run homer in the 1st was the winning hit.
- 2017: Kean Wong, Durham. Wong finishes a triple shy of the cycle, including a grand slam.
- 2018: Alex Mejia, Memphis. Mejia was 5 for 5 with 5 RBI.
- 2019: Caleb Baragar, Sacramento. Baragar threw five shutout innings.
- 2009 Minor League Baseball Playoffs - Minor League Baseball site
- 2010 Minor League Baseball Playoffs - Minor League Baseball site
- Announcement of Albuquerque as 2011 host - Minor League Baseball site
- 2011 Minor League Baseball Playoffs - Minor League Baseball site
- Announcement of Durham as 2012 host - Minor League Baseball site
- 2012 Minor League Baseball Playoffs - Minor League Baseball site
- Announcement of Allentown as 2013 host - Minor League Baseball site