1971 National Baseball Congress World Series
The 1971 National Baseball Congress World Series final was the first time two teams from Alaska played for the championship. The Anchorage Glacier Pilots beat the Alaska Goldpanners 5-4 to win their second NBC title in three years. The Goldpanners were now 0-3 in NBC finals.
Anchorage outfielder Bruce Bochte of Santa Clara University was named tournament MVP.
The National Baseball Congress World Series is played annually at Lawrence Stadium in Wichita, KS.
NBC World Series Final
Anchorage Glacier Pilots 5-4 Alaska Goldpanners
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