Pittsfield Senators

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The Pittsfield Senators were a minor league baseball team that played from 1970 to 1975 in the Washington Senators minor league system. In 1972 when the Senators moved to Texas and became the Texas Rangers, Pittsfield changed its name to the Pittsfield Rangers (1972 to 1975).

They were located in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, played in the Eastern League and their home ballpark was Wahconah Park.

In their first year of existence, 1970, they went 72-66 under managers Dick Gernert and Joe Klein, finishing third in the league. In 1971, they went 68-69 under manager Klein, finishing fourth in the league.

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