1994 NECBL season
|1994 NECBL season|
|Duration||Early June – Early August|
|Start date||August 4|
|NECBL League Championship Playoff Series|
|Date||August 4-August 9, 1994|
|Site||Muzzy Field, Eastern Baseball Stadium|
The 1994 NECBL season was the inaugural season of the New England Collegiate Baseball League, a wood bat collegiate summer baseball league operating in the northeastern United States region of New England. The league contained five franchises, all from the southern New England state of Connecticut: the Eastern Tides, Bristol Nighthawks, Fairfield Stallions, Middletown Giants, and Waterbury White Sox.
The Eastern Tides were the league's inaugural champions, winning the best-of-five championship series three games to two over the Bristol Nighthawks. Bill Buscetto, a catcher from the University of New Haven, was the championship series Most Valuable Player.
Overall Season Standings
|Waterbury White Sox||14||25||1||.363||10.5|
- Game 1- Bristol 3, Eastern 2
- Game 2- Eastern 3, Bristol 2
- Game 3- Eastern 3, Bristol 1
- Game 4- Bristol 4, Eastern 3
- Game 5- Eastern 11, Bristol 2
Eastern wins championship, 3-2.