Tag Archives: New Brunswick

I’ve Been Everywhere

Very few players in baseball history have played as long as Fredericton’s Matt Stairs (20 MLB seasons & 23 professional seasons).  He also holds the MLB record for most teams played for by a position player (13, counting Montreal & … Continue reading

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1906 Attempt At Professional Baseball in New Brunswick

While doing some research on Google News, I came across an interesting article from the Saint John Daily Sun from March 28, 1906.  The article is about an attempt to start a professional baseball league in New Brunswick.  There was … Continue reading

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New Brunswick – Maine League

Over 100 years ago, there was professional baseball being played in New Brunswick.  The New Brunswick – Maine League was a Class D circuit that existed in 1913, before folding on August 23.  The NBML had operated as an amateur … 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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