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2013 Summer-Collegiate Attendance by Average

We conclude our listings of 2013 summer-collegiate attendance with a look at average attendance — perhaps the most accurate way to measure the health of a franchise. Because of the small number of games in many leagues, the attendance can vary greatly year to year, so you’re going to see more fluctuations here than in, […]

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2013 Summer-Collegiate Attendance by Total

The second in our roundup of summer-collegiate attendance statistics now that the regular season is done: this time we rank teams by total. We list the regular-season numbers for 2013 and 2012 to give you an idea of how teams fared year to year. This isn’t a list of every summer-collegiate team. In many leagues, […]

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Dunn Field spruced up for 2012

Dunn Field, former home to affiliated and independent baseball in Elmira and now home to the Elmira Pioneers (summer collegiate; Perfect Game League), has been upgraded for the 2012 season. New co-owner Don Lewis was on hand at the historic ballpark — which opened in 1939 — to unveil roughly $40,000 in renovations: a paint […]

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Seven teams leave NYCBL, form Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League

Seven summer-collegiate teams are splitting off from the New York Collegiate Baseball League and forming their own circuit in conjunction with Perfect Game USA, the respected independent scouting service. The Amsterdam Mohawks, Albany Dutchmen, Cooperstown Hawkeyes, Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs, Watertown Wizards, Glens Falls Golden Eagles and Elmira Pioneers will all be leaving the NYCBL. Newark, NY., […]

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