From BR Bullpen
- Location: Stroudsburg, PA
- League: Interstate League 1932; North Atlantic League 1946-1950
- Affiliation: Allentown Buffaloes 1932; New York Yankees 1947; Cleveland Indians 1949
- Ballpark: Gordon Gifels Field
In 1946, another team called the Stroudsburg Poconos joined another brand new circuit, the North Atlantic League, and finished third with a 72-47 mark. John Jaust paced the circuit with a 1.66 ERA. The next year, the team became a part of the New York Yankees farm system but fell to sixth place. One of the few highlights of the 1947 campaign was pitcher Joe Sebir throwing a no-hitter on June 19th. Sebir also led the league with 237 strikeouts.
The Poconos lost their affiliation in 1948, but skipper Frank Radler led the team to an improved 72-59 record. On the mound, Radler also won the Triple Crown with 20 wins, a 2.18 ERA, and 201 strikeouts. They became a part of the Cleveland Indians organization the following season and went 101-36 to capture a league championship. Outfielder John Rothenhausler hit .377 with 128 RBIs while first baseman Harry Warner hit .347 with 17 home runs. Radler went 12-2 with a league leading 1.59 ERA, Ed Varhely paced the circuit with 20 wins, and Dale Melms was 15-5 with a 1.81 ERA and 7 shutouts.
Without the Indians affiliation in 1950, the Poconos fell to second place with a 80-50 record. Radler once again led the league with 21 wins and a 1.81 ERA, and Chester Krajeski slugged 13 homers. Following the 1950 season, the North Atlantic League folded and the Poconos ceased operations.
 Year-by-Year Record
|1932||19-7||1st||Eddie Murphy||League disbanded June 20|
|1946||72-47||3rd||Joe Antolick||Lost first round|
|1949||101-36||1st||Frank Radler||League Champs|
|1950||80-50||2nd||Frank Radler||Finals stopped by weather with Lebanon ahead 3-2|