New York Collegiate Baseball League

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New York Collegiate Baseball League
Sport Baseball
Founded 1978
Motto Sending Players To The Pros Since 1978
No. of teams 12
Country  United States
Most recent champion(s) Oneonta Outlaws
Official website nycbl.com

The New York Collegiate Baseball League (NYCBL) is a collegiate summer baseball league founded in 1978 and sanctioned by the National Alliance of College Summer Baseball, National Amateur Baseball Federation and Major League Baseball. Each NYCBL team plays a 46- game schedule from June to July with a playoff in early August. Several players from this league have become Major Leaguers. For the 2014 season, the league has 13 teams located in central and western New York.[1]

2014 season[edit]

There are 13 teams in an Eastern and Western division scheduled to play during the 2014 season. This season runs from June 1 - July 22, followed by a three-round playoffs.[2]

Teams[edit]

West[edit]

East[edit]

Champions[edit]

  • 2013- Oneonta Outlaws
  • 2012 - Syracuse Jr. Chiefs
  • 2011 - Oneonta Outlaws
  • 2010 - Amsterdam Mohawks
  • 2009 - Amsterdam Mohawks
  • 2008 - Brockport Riverbats
  • 2007 - Elmira Pioneers
  • 2006 - Saratoga Phillies
  • 2005 - Hornell Dodgers
  • 2004 - Amsterdam Mohawks
  • 2003 - Amsterdam Mohawks
  • 2002 - Hornell Dodgers
  • 2001 - Rome Indians
  • 2000 - Hornell Dodgers
  • 1999 - Newark Raptors
  • 1998 - Geneva Knights
  • 1997 - Ithaca Lakers
  • 1996 - Ithaca Lakers
  • 1995 - Hornell Dodgers
  • 1994 - Ithaca Lakers
  • 1993 - Little Falls Diamonds
  • 1992 - Little Falls Diamonds
  • 1991 - Broome Rangers
  • 1990 - Little Falls Diamonds
  • 1988 - Schenectady Mohawks
  • 1987 - Cohocton Red Wings
  • 1986 - Cohocton Red Wings
  • 1985 - Broome Rangers
  • 1984 - Broome Rangers
  • 1983 - Broome Rangers
  • 1982 - Cortland Apples
  • 1981 - Broome Rangers
  • 1980 - Broome Rangers
  • 1979 - Syracuse Chiefs
  • 1978 - Syracuse Chiefs

Alumni[edit]

Active Major Leaguers:

Former Major Leaguers:

External links[edit]

  1. ^ "Ballpark Directory". New York Collegiate Baseball League. Retrieved April 12, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Fast Facts". New York Collegiate Baseball League. Retrieved April 12, 2013.