1960 Junior World Series

From BR Bullpen

The 1960 Junior World Series was the 44th meeting between the champions of the American Association and International League. The Louisville Colonels had won the American Association playoffs by beating the St. Paul Saints and Denver Bears, while the Toronto Maple Leafs dropped only one postseason game en route to winning the International League's Governors' Cup. The Colonels would win all three games played in Louisville to take the series in six games.

Louisville vs. Toronto
Date Away Home
September 28 Louisville 4 Toronto 1
September 29 Louisville 2 Toronto 10
September 30 Louisville 2 Toronto 6
October 1 Toronto 4 Louisville 5
11 innings
October 2 Toronto 0 Louisville 4
October 3 Toronto 1 Louisville 5
Louisville wins series 4-2


The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball. Lloyd Johnson and Miles Wolff, editors. Baseball America, 1993.