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2013 West Michigan Whitecaps Season in Review

Despite losing some of the team's best talent to promotion midway through the 2013 season, the West Michigan Whitecaps finished their 2013 campaign on a strong note with a winning record of 36-33 in the second half. The success catapulted Larry Parrish to a promotion, as the manager was given another shot with the Toledo Mud Hens starting next season, his fourth stint with the ball club.

Overall, West Michigan finished the 2013 season one game below .500 at 69-70 after a first half in which the ‘Caps struggled to do anything consistently. The overall record was good enough for fourth in the division, leading the Whitecaps to miss the playoffs for the third consecutive year. Despite the up-and-down season for West Michigan in the win/loss column, the team had more than a few...

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