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New York Collegiate Baseball League

The New York Collegiate Baseball League (NYCBL) is a collegiate summer baseball league founded in 1978 and sanctioned by the National Alliance of College Summer Baseball, National Amateur Baseball Federation and Major League Baseball. Each NYCBL team plays a 42-game schedule starting in 2017, down from 46 previously, from June to July with three teams from each division making a three-round playoff. Several players from this league have become Major Leaguers. The league has teams located in central and western New York.[1]

New York Collegiate Baseball League
SportBaseball
Founded1978
MottoSending Players To The Pros since 1978
No. of teams10
Country United States
Most recent
champion(s)
Onondaga Flames
Official websitenycbl.com

TeamsEdit

WestEdit

EastEdit

  • Cortland Crush
  • Rome Generals
  • Sherrill Silversmiths
  • Syracuse Salt Cats
  • Syracuse Spartans

ChampionsEdit

  • 2018 - Onondaga Flames
  • 2017 - Hornell Dodgers
  • 2016 – Olean Oilers
  • 2015 – Olean Oilers
  • 2014 – Hornell Dodgers
  • 2013 – Oneonta Outlaws
  • 2012 – Syracuse Jr. Chiefs
  • 2011 – Oneonta Outlaws
  • 2010 – Amsterdam Mohawks
  • 2009 – Amsterdam Mohawks
  • 2008 – Brockport Riverbats
  • 2007 – Elmira Pioneers
  • 2006 – Saratoga Phillies
  • 2005 – Hornell Dodgers
  • 2004 – Amsterdam Mohawks
  • 2003 – Amsterdam Mohawks
  • 2002 – Hornell Dodgers
  • 2001 – Rome Indians
  • 2000 – Hornell Dodgers
  • 1999 – Newark Raptors
  • 1998 – Geneva Knights
  • 1997 – Ithaca Lakers
  • 1996 – Ithaca Lakers
  • 1995 – Hornell Dodgers
  • 1994 – Ithaca Lakers
  • 1993 – Little Falls Diamonds
  • 1992 – Little Falls Diamonds
  • 1991 – Broome Rangers
  • 1990 – Little Falls Diamonds
  • 1989 - Cortland Apples
  • 1988 – Schenectady Mohawks
  • 1987 – Cohocton Red Wings
  • 1986 – Cohocton Red Wings
  • 1985 – Broome Rangers
  • 1984 – Broome Rangers
  • 1983 – Broome Rangers
  • 1982 – Cortland Apples
  • 1981 – Broome Rangers
  • 1980 – Broome Rangers
  • 1979 – Syracuse Chiefs
  • 1978 – Syracuse Chiefs

AlumniEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ballpark Directory". New York Collegiate Baseball League. Retrieved April 12, 2013.

External linksEdit