Rockland Boulders

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Team History[edit]

The Rockland Boulders were accepted into the Canadian-American Association for the 2011 season. They are the first professional team to be based in New City, NY, located some 25 miles north of New York City. They began play in a brand new ballpark, Ramapo Ballpark and were managed by former major league P Dave LaPoint. In their first season they finished 7th out of 8 teams, only ahead of the road team, the New York Federals. They did much better in their second season, finishing 3rd, and were among the league leaders in attendance both seasons.

In 2013, Jamie Keefe took over as manager. The Boulders made the postseason for the first time in 2014, when they posted the best regular season record in the league and then won the only round of playoffs. They returned to the postseason the next three years, repeating as regular season champs in 2015, but were ousted from the postseason by the eventual champions each year, twice losing in the finals. When the Can-Am League merged with the Frontier League the team was renamed the New York Boulders.

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
2011 40-52 7th Dave LaPoint
2012 48-52 3rd Dave LaPoint
2013 49-51 3rd Jamie Keefe
2014 56-40 1st Jamie Keefe League Champs
2015 63-34 1st Jamie Keefe Lost in 1st round
2016 58-42 2nd Jamie Keefe Lost League Finals
2017 64-35 2nd Jamie Keefe Lost League Finals
2018 54-48 3rd Jamie Keefe Lost in 1st Round
2019 42-50 4th Kevin Baez Lost in 1st Round

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