New York - Penn League


New York - Penn League

New York - Penn League

New York - Penn League
Deporte Béisbol
País Bandera de los Estados Unidos Estados Unidos
Fundación 1939
Equipos 14
Campeón Actual Batavia Muckdogs

New York - Penn League es una liga de béisbol profesional de Estados Unidos que forma parte de las Ligas Menores, categoría Clase A de temporada corta, con promedio de 75 juegos por campaña, a diferencia de los 140 que juegan otras ligas Clase A. La temporada comienza en junio y termina en septiembre. Cada equipo está afiliado a otro de las Grandes Ligas con el fin de fomentar el desarrollo de beisbolistas para el posterior ingreso a las mayores.

La liga incluye equipos de Maryland, Massachusetts, Ohio, Vermont, así como de Nueva York y Pensilvania.

Fue fundada en 1939 con el nombre de Pennsylvania-Ontario-New York League, conocida por las siglas PONY League. En 1957 adoptó su nombre actual New York - Penn League. Entre 1986 y 2000 participaron franquicias de Canadá. En 2007 logró reunir 1.839.458 espectadores en los estadios, con un promedio de 3.000 asistentes por juego.

Contenido

Equipos actuales

División Equipo Afiliación en MLB Ciudad Estadio Capacidad
McNamara Aberdeen IronBirds Baltimore Orioles Aberdeen, Maryland Ripken Stadium 6.000
Brooklyn Cyclones New York Mets Brooklyn, Nueva York KeySpan Park 7.500
Hudson Valley Renegades Tampa Bay Rays Wappingers Falls, Nueva York Dutchess Stadium 4.494
Staten Island Yankees New York Yankees Staten Island, Nueva York Richmond County Bank Ballpark 6.964
Pinckney Auburn Doubledays Toronto Blue Jays Auburn, Nueva York Falcon Park 2.800
Batavia Muckdogs St. Louis Cardinals Batavia, Nueva York Dwyer Stadium 2.600
Jamestown Jammers Florida Marlins Jamestown, Nueva York Russell Diethrick Park 4.200
Mahoning Valley Scrappers Cleveland Indians Niles, Ohio Eastwood Field 6.000
State College Spikes Pittsburgh Pirates University Park, Pensilvania Medlar Field at Lubrano Park 5.406
Williamsport Crosscutters Philadelphia Phillies Williamsport, Pensilvania Bowman Field 4.200
Stedler Lowell Spinners Boston Red Sox Lowell, Massachusetts Edward A. LeLacheur Park 4.767
Oneonta Tigers Detroit Tigers Oneonta, Nueva York Damaschke Field 4.200
Tri-City ValleyCats Houston Astros Troy, Nueva York Joseph L. Bruno Stadium 4.500
Vermont Lake Monsters Washington Nationals Burlington, Vermont Centennial Field 4.000

Historial

  • 1939 Olean Oilers
  • 1940 Olean Oilers
  • 1941 Bradford Bees
  • 1942 Jamestown Falcons
  • 1943 Wellsville Yankees
  • 1944 Jamestown Falcons
  • 1945 Batavia Clippers
  • 1946 Jamestown Falcons y Batavia Clippers
  • 1947 Jamestown Falcons
  • 1948 Lockport Reds
  • 1949 Bradford Blue Wings
  • 1950 Olean Oilers
  • 1951 Hornell Dodgers
  • 1952 Jamestown Falcons
  • 1953 Jamestown Falcons
  • 1954 Corning Red Sox
  • 1955 Hamilton Cardinals
  • 1956 Wellsville Braves
  • 1957 Erie Sailors
  • 1958 Geneva Redlegs
  • 1959 Wellsville Braves
  • 1960 Wellsville Braves
  • 1961 Olean Red Sox
  • 1962 Auburn Mets
  • 1963 Batavia Pirates
 
  • 1964 Auburn Mets
  • 1965 Binghamton Triplets
  • 1966 Auburn Mets
  • 1967 Auburn Twins
  • 1968 Oneonta Yankees
  • 1969 Oneonta Yankees
  • 1970 Auburn Twins
  • 1971 Oneonta Yankees
  • 1972 Niagara Falls Pirates
  • 1973 Auburn Phillies
  • 1974 Oneonta Yankees
  • 1975 Newark Co-Pilots
  • 1976 Elmira Pioneers
  • 1977 Oneonta Yankees
  • 1978 Geneva Cubs
  • 1979 Oneonta Yankees
  • 1980 Oneonta Yankees
  • 1981 Oneonta Yankees
  • 1982 Niagara Falls Sox
  • 1983 Utica Blue Sox
  • 1984 Little Falls Mets
  • 1985 Oneonta Yankees
  • 1986 St. Catharines Blue Jays
  • 1987 Geneva Cubs
 
  • 1988 Oneonta Yankees
  • 1989 Jamestown Expos
  • 1990 Oneonta Yankees
  • 1991 Jamestown Expos
  • 1992 Geneva Cubs
  • 1993 Niagara Falls Rapids
  • 1994 New Jersey Cardinals
  • 1995 Watertown Indians
  • 1996 Vermont Expos
  • 1997 Pittsfield Mets
  • 1998 Oneonta Yankees and Auburn Doubledays1
  • 1999 Hudson Valley Renegades
  • 2000 Staten Island Yankees
  • 2001 Brooklyn Cyclones y Williamsport Crosscutters
  • 2002 Staten Island Yankees
  • 2003 Williamsport Crosscutters
  • 2004 Mahoning Valley Scrappers
  • 2005 Staten Island Yankees
  • 2006 Staten Island Yankees
  • 2007 Auburn Doubledays
  • 2008 Batavia Muckdogs

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