Atlantic League (1914)
The second Atlantic League was a class D minor league baseball league which lasted one year in 1914. The league had been known as the New York–New Jersey League a season earlier. The title was won by the Poughkeepsie Honey Bugs. Internal politics and poor financial agreements hindered the league, which made it to the year's end, but folded before it could play another season. It was unrelated, except for name, to the first league with the name. The name has subsequently been used for a modern, independent minor league.
- Bloomfield, New Jersey & Long Branch, New Jersey: Bloomfield-Long Branch Cubans
- Danbury, Connecticut: Danbury Hatters
- Middletown, New York: Middletown Middies
- Newark, New Jersey: Newark
- Newburgh, New York: Newburgh Hillclimbers
- Paterson, New Jersey: Paterson Silk Citys
- Perth Amboy, New Jersey: Perth Amboy Pacers
- Poughkeepsie, New York: Poughkeepsie Honey Bugs
Bloomfield-Long Branch moved to Asbury Park July 2. Newark moved to Long Branch July 22.
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