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Venezuelan Summer League
Sport Baseball
Founded 1997
No. of teams 7
Country(ies)  Venezuela
Most recent champion(s) VSL Pirates
Official website Official Website

The Venezuelan Summer League is a minor league baseball rookie league which operates in Carabobo and Aragua states, Venezuela.

The league is closed to all draft eligible players (e.g. players from the United States, Canada, & Puerto Rico) with the exception of two players from Puerto Rico. Currently, there are players from Argentina, Colombia, Curaçao, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, St. Marteen and Venezuela.

Each team has a roster limit of 35 active players; at least 10 must be pitchers. No player on active list may have more than four years of minor league service. No age limits.

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Members

The eight member teams plays a 70 game regular schedule, beginning on May 18 and ending on August 8. In the play-offs, the winner and runner up teams meet in a best-of-three games series for championship.

The current member teams and their affiliated MLB organizations are:

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Former teams/MLB organizations

Playoffs

VSL Pirates defeated VSL Mariners two games to none (7-3 and 6-2) to win a championship.

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