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Leo Pinckney

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Leo Pinckney was a longtime sports reporter, columnist, and editor; minor league baseball executive; and minor league baseball league president.

Early in Pinckney's 37 years as sports editor of The Citizen newspaper in Auburn, NY, he was among a small group of men, others including Barney Hearn, Vincent Klein, and Dr. Thomas Stapleton, who led the effort to bring professional baseball back to Auburn. In 1958, the Auburn Yankees began a long period of New York-Penn League baseball in Auburn that has continued almost uninterrupted to the present day.

After serving in various leadership roles with Auburn Community Baseball, the parent organization of Auburn's New York-Penn League team, for roughly three decades, Pinckney served as president of the New York-Penn League from 1984 to 1993.

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