Albany A's

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Albany A's
1983
Colonie, New York
Class-level
Previous Double-A (1983)
Minor league affiliations
League Eastern League (1983–1994)
Major league affiliations
Previous
Minor league titles
League titles 1989, 1990
Team data
Previous names
  • Albany-Colonie Yankees (1985–1994)
  • Albany-Colonie A's (1984)
  • Albany A's (1983)
Previous parks
Heritage Park (1983–1994)

The Albany A's were a minor league baseball team in Colonie, New York. They played in the Eastern League at Heritage Park in Colonie. They were affiliated with the Oakland Athletics. Their announcer that year was Phil Pivnick.

In 1983, the Oakland A's moved their AA affiliate, the West Haven A's, to Albany, New York, and renamed them the Albany A's. In 1984, the team was renamed again, becoming the Albany-Colonie A's. In 1985, the team became an affiliate of the New York Yankees, and was again renamed, this time to the Albany-Colonie Yankees, which they remained until 1994.

See also[edit]

Preceded by
Waterbury A's
Oakland Athletics
Double-A affiliate

1980–1984
Succeeded by
Huntsville Stars
Preceded by
Nashville Sounds
New York Yankees
Double-A affiliate

1985–1994
Succeeded by
Norwich Navigators