- Location: Bridgewater, NJ
- League: Atlantic League 1998-2019; Double-A Northeast 2021-
- Affiliation: New York Yankees 2021-
- Ballpark: TD Bank Ballpark
The Somerset Patriots began play in the independent Atlantic League in 1998, the league's first season. They were managed by former major league reliever Sparky Lyle for the first fifteen seasons they were in existence and captured league titles in 2001, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2015, the last under the stewardship of Lyle's successor, Brett Jodie. The Patriots play their home games at TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater, New Jersey.
In 2000, infielder Billy Hall stole a record 66 bases in a row, on the way to 104 for the season.
In 2021, they moved to the ranks of organized baseball as part of the thorough reorganization of the minor leagues that took place following the shutdown of the minors by the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020, becoming the AA affiliate of the New York Yankees in the Double-A Northeast.
|1999||60-60||3rd||Sparky Lyle||Lost League Finals|
|2000||74-66||4th (t)||Sparky Lyle||Lost League Finals|
|2001||83-43||1st||Sparky Lyle||League Champs|
|2003||67-59||4th (t)||Sparky Lyle||League Champs|
|2005||78-61||3rd||Sparky Lyle||League Champs|
|2007||75-51||1st||Sparky Lyle||Lost League Finals|
|2008||74-66||1st (t)||Sparky Lyle||League Champs|
|2009||86-54||1st||Sparky Lyle||League Champs|
|2010||75-65||3rd||Sparky Lyle||Lost in 1st round|
|2013||90-49||2nd||Brett Jodie||Lost League Finals|
|2014||85-55||1st||Brett Jodie||Lost in 1st round|
|2015||89-50||1st||Brett Jodie||League Champs|
|2016||77-63||1st||Brett Jodie||Lost in 1st round|
|2017||74-65||2nd||Brett Jodie||Lost in 1st round|
|2018||72-54||1st||Brett Jodie||Lost in 1st Round|