Monthly Archives: July 2013

A League of Our Own

I have already mentioned that the best way to have competitive baseball in the region is to start a collegiate summer league.  If such a league is a success, it could lead to the Maritimes getting teams in a professional … Continue reading

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You Have to Start Somewhere

As was discussed in the first entry to this blog, the Maritimes is unknown territory to the baseball world.  No professional leagues have operated here since before the First World War (the Cape Breton Colliery League folded in 1939), and … Continue reading

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Minor League Baseball in the Maritimes

Minor League baseball has been enjoyed throughout North America over the past 130 (or so) years.  But the history of minor league ball in the Maritime Provinces has been lacking.  There has only been the New Brunswick League (1890), New … Continue reading

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