The London Werewolves were an independent Frontier League baseball team based in London, Ontario, Canada. The team had previously been known as the Kalamazoo Kodiaks, from Kalamazoo, Michigan. The team arrived in London for the 1999 season and moved after the 2001 season to Canton, Ohio. The Werewolves won the Frontier League championship in 1999. They played their home games at Labatt Memorial Park, believed to be the oldest operating baseball grounds in the world.
The team was operated by part-owner and general manager, John Kuhn, who now is the Senior Director of Business Development for the Fort Myers Miracle Baseball Club of the Florida State League in Fort Myers, Florida.
The team was named after the Warren Zevon song Werewolves of London. The team's mascot was a werewolf named "Warren Z. Vaughn".
London Werewolves Wikipedia
1999: 54-30 1st Place Eastern Division:
Won 1st Round Playoff 2-0 over Johnstown
Won Frontier League Championship 2-0 over Chillicothe
2000: 46-37 2nd Place Eastern Division:
Lost Eastern Division Playoff 2-0 to Johnstown
2001: 37-47 5th Place Eastern Division