Elimination Round
Red Sox defeat the White Sox
Giants defeat the Mets

Braves defeat the Giants 2-0
Astros defeat the Reds 2-1
Royals defeat the Red Sox 2-0
Jays defeat the Pirates 2-0

Braves defeat the Jays 3-2
Astros defeat the Royals 3-2

Finals - Astros versus Braves
Braves win 3-1

Lead by league MVP and playoff MVP John Frederick, All Stars Sean Ballentine, Colm Blaney, Andre Steer, Mike Visconti, Alex Seddiqi, & Jason Forbes, the Braves also known as the Psychos win the SABL Trophy for the first time as the Braves and 3rd time in their history.

Braves win the Championship

After having a number of very respectable regular seasons and reaching the semifinals, a deeper Braves squad lead the 2014 regular season from start to finish winning their first Championship as the Braves and 3rd in their history.

The Braves toughest test would come in the semi-finals facing a hungry and improved Jays squad.

The regular season saw the Jays take the season series 2-1 and the semi-finals would also be close going the full 5 games.

The Jays won game 4 to force a fifth and deciding game. Game 5 saw the Braves starter James Fensom get into a groove early and cruise through the first few innings but would be forced to leave the game with a sprained ankle. The Braves bullpen lead by Mike Visconti and strong defense would step up to close out game 5, 3-2 to advance to their first Final since 2006.

The finals reunited the Braves and the Astros who would meet for the third time in the SABL finals. The Astros finished the regular season just 1.5 games back from first place and beat the Royals in 5 games to advance to the Finals.

With rainouts, and the City Park permit expiring, the Finals were in jeopardy of being completed. However, the Finals would be played but with a lot less of dramatics than the Semifinals. A total team effort lead and potent Braves offence would explode for a total of 65 runs over the 4 games to win the 2014 SABL Championship.