Binghamton Bingoes

From BR Bullpen

The "Bingos" name plays off of the city name like the major league Philadelphia Phillies. Other early Binghamton teams were called the Binghamton Crickets or the Binghamton Cricket.


Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1885 41-46 4th Leonard Baldwin none
1886 37-58 7th C.F. McCormack / David Sullivan
1887 27-46 NA Henry Ormsbee / Lon Knight
1888 15-50 NA Leonard Baldwin / John Lavin Team disbanded August 3
1892 60-52 2nd Mike Lehane League Champs
1893 41-61 7th A.S. Patton none
1894 18-62 (26-78 overall) -- Herman Doescher / King Kelly Team moved to Allentown August 16
1899 56-55 4th Louis Bacon none
1901 69-45 3rd Count Campau none
1902 71-41 2nd Count Campau none
1903 52-72 6th John Quinn / Fred Popkay / Count Campau none
1904 40-85 8th Count Campau none
1905 48-75 7th Count Campau / Robert Drury none
1906 58-72 7th Robert Drury none
1907 51-83 7th Robert Drury none
1908 80-61 2nd Jimmy Bannon none
1909 61-77 5th William Roach none
1910 44-90 8th John Warner / J.H. Mooney / Harry Lumley none
1911 63-77 8th Harry Lumley none
1912 50-79 8th Harry Lumley / Hollis Gitchell / Gus Zelmer none
1913 84-53 1st Jack Calhoun none League Champs
1914 78-56 4th Jack Calhoun none
1915 79-44 1st Jack Calhoun none League Champs
1916 69-61 3rd Jack Calhoun none
1917 71-44 2nd Chick Hartman none
1918 85-38 2nd Chick Hartman none
1919 75-71 4th Frank Schulte (40-46) / Chick Hartman (35-25) none