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Eastern Association (baseball)

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The Eastern Association was a minor league baseball league. The first version of the league appeared in 1882, followed by similar one season leagues in 1891 and 1909 with teams in Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. The league was a "Class-B" league in the 1913-1914 seasons, with teams based in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

The 1891 National Association played as a Class A league and the president was Charles D. White. the 1891 league members were the Albany Senators, Buffalo Bisons, Lebanon Cedars, New Haven Nutmegs, Providence Clamdiggers, Rochester Hop Bitters, Syracuse Stars and Troy Trojans. [1][2][3]

In 1909, the National Association played for eleven days before folding under league president Jim Paige. The 1909 league comprised Amsterdam, Gloversville, Johnstown, Kingston Colonials, Middletown Orange Blossoms, Newburgh Colts, Poughkeepsie Students and Schenectady.[4]

The 1913 Eastern Association was an eight-team league that featured the Bridgeport Crossmen, Hartford Senators, Holyoke Papermakers, Meriden Hopes, New Haven White Wings, New London Planters, Pittsfield Electrics, Springfield Ponies and Waterbury Contenders. The league president was Jim O'Rourke. The Holyoke Papermakers moved to Meriden on July 11, 1913.[5][1][4][6]

In their final season of play, the 1914 Eastern Association was an eight-team league, as Jim O'Rourke continued as president. The 1914 Eastern Association comprised the Bridgeport Crossmen, Hartford Senators, New Britain Sinks, New Haven White Wings, New London Planters, Pittsfield Electrics, Springfield Ponies and Waterbury Contenders.[1][7][4][8]

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References

  1. ^ a b c "Eastern Association (B) Encyclopedia and History". Baseball-Reference.com.
  2. ^ "1891 Eastern Association". Baseball-Reference.com.
  3. ^ "1891 Eastern Association (EA) on StatsCrew.com". www.statscrew.com.
  4. ^ a b c "Eastern Association - BR Bullpen". www.baseball-reference.com.
  5. ^ "1913 Eastern Association". Baseball-Reference.com.
  6. ^ "1913 Eastern Association (EA) on StatsCrew.com". www.statscrew.com.
  7. ^ "1914 Eastern Association". Baseball-Reference.com.
  8. ^ "1914 Eastern Association (EA) on StatsCrew.com". www.statscrew.com.

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