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2014 Summer Collegiate Attendance by Average

Seems like just yesterday the baseball season began, but this past weekend saw the conclusion of the 2014 summer-collegiate season. Here’s our annual attendance roundup, with teams ranked by average. 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 […]

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New for 2013: Watertown Rams

The Watertown (N.Y.) entry in the summer-collegiate Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League will be known as the Rams, with the owner close to a new lease for Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds. The status of the team has been a matter of speculation in recent days: there reportedly was an effort by another summer-collegiate team to […]

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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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Perfect Game League expands for 2013

Another year of growth for the summer-collegiate Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League, adding two more teams for the 2013 season. The Utica Brewers and the Adirondack Trail Blazers are moving from the New York Collegiate Baseball League. “Teams from upstate New York are gravitating to the high standards set on and off the field by […]

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Wizards pay ballpark debt

After a little bad publicity, the owner of the Watertown Wizards (summer collegiate; Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League) paid back rent and other fees for Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds. City officials went public with the fact that the team owed $6,011.41 in back rent and other fees; that number isn’t really shocking, but given that previous tenants of the […]

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Watertown seeks back rent from Wizards

The city of Watertown (N.Y.) is seeking $6,011.41 in back rent, revenue sharing and repair costs from the Watertown Wizards (summer collegiate; Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League). The effort has been stymied, say city officials, because they have have no point of contact with the team management, with team owner/ former GM Todd Kirkey unavailable because his […]

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Local businessman buying Oneonta Outlaws

Local businessman Gary Laing is in the process of buying the Oneonta Outlaws (summer collegiate; Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League) from Keith Rogers and Dan Scaring. The Outlaws play at Damaschke Field, the longtime home to Minor League Baseball in the city. Rogers and Scaring moved a NYCBL team to Oneonta once the Oneonta Tigers (short season […]

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