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Oneonta Red Sox
From BR Bullpen
- Location: Oneonta, NY
- League: Can-Am League 1946-1951; New York-Penn League 1966
- Affiliation: Boston Red Sox 1946-1951, 1966
- Ballpark: Damaschke Field
 New York-Penn League
In 1962 Oneonta Mayor Sam Nader gathered a group of local businessmen and city employees to discuss bringing professional baseball back to the area. After the meeting a regular season game was scheduled in July of 1963 between the Reading Phillies and the Binghamton Triplets to take place at Oneonta’s Neawha Park. After a crowd of 2,000 showed up for the game the group decided that the city wanted and was ready to support baseball again. The fans would have to wait two full seasons before the city was able to get a new team. In 1966 Joe Buzas moved his New York-Penn League franchise, the Wellsville Red Sox, to Oneonta. After that first season in Oneonta the Red Sox decided not to renew their working agreement with the team. The team was able to sign on instead with the New York Yankees and begin their long run as the Oneonta Yankees. That same winter Buzas sold the team to Nader and eight other local investors.
 Year-by-Year Record
|1946||68-54||4th||Red Marion||Lost in 1st round|
|1947||70-67||4th||Red Marion||Lost in 1st round|
|1948||72-65||3rd||Red Marion||League Champs|
|1949||75-62||2nd||Eddie Popowski||Lost League Finals|
|1950||86-52||3rd||Eddie Popowski||Lost in 1st round|
|1951||83-34||1st||Owen Scheetz||League Champs|