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Syracuse Stars (minor league baseball)

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This article refers to the former minor league baseball team. For the major league baseball teams see Syracuse Stars (American Association) and Syracuse Stars (National League).
1888 Syracuse Stars
1888 Syracuse Stars

The Syracuse Stars was the name of several Minor league baseball teams who played between 1877 and 1929. The Stars were based in Syracuse, New York, and played in the International League, affiliated with the League Alliance; the New York State League (1885, 1902–1917), Eastern Association (1891), Eastern League (1892, 1894–1901), International League (1886–1887), International Association (1888–1889), and New York-Pennsylvania League (1928–1929).

Season-by-season standings

Year League Record Finish Manager Notes
1877 IL 20–9 Dick Higham League Alliance tournament winner
1885 NYSL 52–37 1st Henry Ormsbee
John Humphries
1886 IL 46–47 6th Henry Ormsbee
Frank Olin
James Gifford
1887 IL 61–40 3rd James Gifford
1888 INTA 81–30 1st Charles Hackett Playoffs Championship
1889 INTA 63–44 2nd Jack Chapman
1891 EASA 56–42 George Frazier Team disbanded on August 25
1892 EL 24–36 Jay Faatz Team disbanded on July 22
1894 EL 63–56 3rd Jay Faatz
1895 EL 62–53 4th Sandy Griffin
1896 EL 59–62 5th Charlie Reilly
George Kuntsch
1897 EL 83–50 1st Al Buckenberger Title awarded to
the Toronto Maple Leafs
1898 EL 52–63 6th George Kuntzsch
1899 EL 39–68 8th Lew Whistler
Sandy Griffin
1900 EL 43–84 8th Arthur Irwin none
1901 EL 45–87
Frank Leonard Team became the
Brockton B's on July 25
1902 NYSL 61–55 4th Sandy Griffin
1903 NYSL 80–54 2nd Sandy Griffin
1904 NYSL 91–44 1st Sandy Griffin League Champion Team
1905 NYSL 70–51 2nd Sandy Griffin
1906 NYSL 70–65 3rd Sandy Griffin
1907 NYSL 61–75 6th Sandy Griffin
1908 NYSL 76–64 4th Sandy Griffin
1909 NYSL 60–78 7th Sandy Griffin
1910 NYSL 78–57 2nd Edward Ashenbach
1911 NYSL 65–74 6th Edward Ashenbach
Snake Deal
1912 NYSL 54–82 7th Edward McCafferty
Fred Burchell
1913 NYSL 61–78 6th Fred Burchell
Fred Payne
1914 NYSL 48–79 7th Fred Payne
1915 NYSL 60–60 5th Mike O'Neill
1916 NYSL 81–52 1st Mike O'Neill League Champion Team
1917 NYSL 64–51 3rd Mike O'Neill
1918 IL 38–76
Patsy Donovan Team became the
Hamilton Tigers on August 6
1920 IL 33–116 8th Tony Cummings
Amby McConnell
John Engman
Tom Madden
1921 IL 71–96 6th Tom Madden
Frank Shaughnessy
1922 IL 64–102 7th Frank Shaughnessy
1923 IL 73–92 6th   Frank Shaughnessy  
1924 IL 79–83 6th Frank Shaughnessy
1925 IL 74–87 6th Frank Shaughnessy
Harry Myers
1926 IL 70–91 7th Burt Shotton
1927 IL 102–66 2nd Burt Shotton
1928 NYPL 64–74 6th Mike O'Neill
1929 NYPL 19–23
  (63–74 overall)  
Kaiser Wilhelm Team joined the
  Hazleton Mountaineers on June 16  

See also


  • The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball – Lloyd Johnson, Miles Wolff. Publisher: Baseball America, 1997. Format: Hardcover, 672 pp. Language: English. ISBN 0-9637189-8-3

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