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New York Collegiate Baseball League

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Founded in 1978, and comprised of the some of the top college players from across the country, the New York Collegiate Baseball League is one of the nation's premier Summer Collegiate Baseball leagues. Sanctioned by the NCAA, and partially funded by Major League Baseball as a player development league, all NYCBL players are NCAA eligible and are unpaid in order to maintain their eligibility. It was formerly known as the Northeastern Collegiate Baseball League. After the 2010 season seven teams left the league to create the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League.

Each team is operated in a similar manner to a professional minor league team, providing players an opportunity to play under the same conditions using wooden bats, minor league specification baseballs, experiencing overnight road trips and playing nightly before fans in a stadium. The league is part of the National Alliance of College Summer Baseball.

Current Teams[edit]

NYCBL Teams
Team Location Stadium
Hornell Dodgers Hornell, NY Maple City Park
Olean Oilers Olean, NY Olean High School
Rochester Ridgemen Webster, NY Basket Road Field
Sherrill Silversmiths Sherrill, NY Noyes Park
Syracuse Junior Chiefs Syracuse, NY Alliance Bank Stadium
Syracuse Salt Cats Syracuse, NY Alliance Bank Stadium & Falcon Park
Wellsville Nitros Wellsville, NY Scio Athletic Field

NYCBL Championship Teams[edit]

Former Teams[edit]

NYCBL Year-By-Year[edit]

2007

  • Eastern Division: Amsterdam, Bennington (Vt.), Glens Falls, Little Falls, Saratoga, Watertown
  • Western Division: Allegany County, Bolivar, Brockport, Elmira, Geneva, Hornell, Niagara, Webster

2006

  • Eastern Division: Amsterdam, Glens Falls, Little Falls, Saratoga
  • Central Division: Genesee Valley, Geneva, Rochester, Watertown
  • Western Division: Allegany County, Bolivar, Elmira, Hornell

2005

  • Eastern Division: Amsterdam, Glens Falls, Mohawk Valley, Plattsburgh, Saratoga, Watertown
  • Western Division: Allegany County, Alfred, Genesee Valley, Geneva, Hornell, Wayne County

2004

  • Eastern Division: Amsterdam, Glens Falls, Mohawk Valley, Plattsburgh, Saratoga, Watertown
  • Western Division: Allegany County, Alfred, Genesee Valley, Geneva, Hornell, Wayne County

2003

  • Eastern Division: Amsterdam, Ithaca, Mohawk Valley, Plattsburgh, Watertown
  • Western Division: Allegany County, Alfred, Geneva, Hornell, Wayne County

2002

  • Eastern Division: Mohawk Valley, Plattsburgh, Rome, Schenectady, Watertown
  • Western Division: Cortland, Geneva, Hornell, Wayne County, Wellsville

2001

  • Eastern Division: Cortland, Rome, Schenectady, Watertown
  • Western Division: Geneva, Hornell, Wayne County, Wellsville

2000

  • Eastern Division: Cortland, Rome, Schenectady, Watertown
  • Western Division: Geneva, Hornell, Newark, Wellsville

1999

  • Eastern Division: Cortland, Ithaca, Rome, Schenectady
  • Western Division: Geneva, Hornell, Newark, Wellsville

1998

  • Eastern Division: Cortland, Ithaca, Rome, Schenectady
  • Western Division: Geneva, Hornell, Newark, Wellsville

1997

  • Eastern Division: Little Falls, Rome, Schenectady, Triple-Cities, Utica
  • Western Division: Cohocton, Cortland, Geneva, Hornell, Ithaca

1996

  • Eastern Division: Cortland, Little Falls, Schenectady, Utica-Rome
  • Western Division: Cohocton, Geneva, Hornell, Ithaca

1995

  • Cochocton, Cortland, Geneva, Hornell, Ithaca, Schenectady, Utica-Rome

1994

  • Eastern Division: Little Falls, Schenectady, Utica-Rome
  • Central Division: Broome, Cortland, Ithaca
  • Western Division: Cohocton, Geneva, Hornell

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