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Future uncertain for Sal Maglie Stadium

Sal Maglie Stadium, home to the Niagara Power (summer collegiate; NYCBL) and a former pro venue, faces an uncertain future as the local school board will ends its management of the historic facility. Besides hosting Power and Niagara University games, the historic ballpark also hosts local high-school matches. The ballpark opened in1939 as a football […]

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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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Oneonta Outlaws to NYCBL in 2013 UPDATED!

It’s a little confusing, but it looks like the summer-collegiate Oneonta Outlaws will be playing the season in the New York Collegiate Baseball League after the former owners decide to take their Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League membership to Saratoga for 2014. The Outlaws swooped in and leased Damaschke Field after the Oneonta Tigers (short […]

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Oilers return to Olean

After 60 years, the Olean (N.Y.) Oilers (summer collegiate; NYCBL) are back on the field, not as an MiLB affiliate but as a summer-collegiate squad. The original Olean Oilers played in the the Pennsylvania-Ontario-New York (PONY) League from 1939 to 1951 and 1955 to 1956, and in the New York-Pennsylvania League from 1957 to 1958. […]

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