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2014 Summer Collegiate Attendance by League

We conclude our coverage of summer-collegiate attendance with listings by league, as virtually every summer-collegiate league recorded an increased attendance for 2014 when compared to 2013. This list represents some history: the Northwoods League is the first summer-collegiate league to attract more than a million fans in a season. Part of that is a function […]

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2013 Summer-Collegiate Attendance by League

It’s that time of year again: with the summer-collegiate leagues wrapping up their regular seasons, it’s time to assemble the attendance stats. We begin with a look at summer-collegiate attendance by league. We list the numbers for 2013 and 2012 to give you an idea of how teams and leagues fared year to year. Be […]

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NECBL expands by three in 2013

After several years of losing franchises, the summer-collegiate New England Collegiate Baseball League will expand by three in 2013, adding teams in South Kingstown (RI), Plymouth (Mass.) and Saratoga Springs, NY. “We are thrilled at the addition of Plymouth, Saratoga Springs and South Kingstown,” said NECBL Commissioner Sean McGrath. “All three of these communities share the […]

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New for 2013: Saratoga Phillies

The former owners of the Oneonta Outlaws (summer collegiate; PGCBL) are back in Saratoga (N.Y.) and will be fielding a team in the New England Collegiate Baseball League. This will be the third league in five years for Keith Rogers and Dan Scaring, who originally owned the Saratoga Phillies in the New York Collegiate Baseball […]

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