West Coast League moves HarbourCats into West division

The Victoria HarbourCats baseball club will see a different schedule for the 2014 season of the West Coast League.

The Victoria HarbourCats baseball club will see a different schedule for the 2014 season of the West Coast League.

The league voted to realign the college baseball circuit into three divisions for 2014, based on natural geographical boundaries.

Joining the HarbourCats in the West division are the Bellingham Bells, Kitsap (Kitsap County) BlueJackets, and Cowlitz (County) Black Bears.

The South division is could also be called the Oregon division, with the defending WCL champion Corvallis Knights, Bend Elks, Klamath Falls Gems and Medford Rogues.

B.C.’s other team, the Kelowna Falcons, are in the East division with the Walla Walla Sweets, Wenatchee Applesox and 2014 expansion team Yakima (yet-to-be-named).

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