Not a member yet?
Subscribe Now!



Summer Collegiate : : Rankings
New York Collegiate League: Top 25 Prospects
       
Published: Friday, September 11, 2009

COMPILED BY ALLAN SIMPSON, WRITTEN BY DAVID RAWNSLEY

In Association with League Managers and Scouts

Official League Website: www.nycbl.com

The Amsterdam Mohawks and Hornell Dodgers had near mirror-image 2009 seasons in the New York Collegiate League title, but in the end Amsterdam’s superior talent proved to be the difference as it won the league title.

Both teams got off to sluggish starts—Amsterdam at 9-8, Hornell at 8-8—but suddenly and coincidentally turned it on down the stretch


This is Insider Level content. You must be a subscriber to read the rest. Want to read more???

Click here for subscription info!



(Already a member? Just log in at the top of the page.)
Recent Related Articles
Blazing trails in the PGCBL
The Adirondack Trail Blazers are enjoying their third season in the Perfect Game College Baseball League led by the performan... READ 
RailRiders start strong in PGCBL
With the 2015 Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League (PGCBL) in full swing, the Victor RailRiders are a team looking to take... READ 
Stallions excited for PGCBL
Wayne State lefthander Jared Tobey and the Saugerties Stallions, one of two new teams that joined the Perfect Game Collegiate... READ 
Most Viewed Related Articles
Little Falls to host PGCBL All-Stars
Veterans Memorial Park in Little Falls, N.Y., home of the Mohawk Valley Diamond Dawgs, will host the 2015 Perfect Game Colleg... READ 
2015 PGCBL season set to begin
With two new teams set to debut in what is now a 10-team leagaue, we preview the 2015 Perfect Game College Baseball League se... READ 
Stallions excited for PGCBL
Wayne State lefthander Jared Tobey and the Saugerties Stallions, one of two new teams that joined the Perfect Game Collegiate... READ