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Cooperstown Hawkeyes hire manager
The Cooperstown Hawkeyes, a first-year member of the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League, named Eric Coleman as their manager for the 2011 season, the team announced Tuesday.
Cooperstown Hawkeyes join new league
The Cooperstown Hawkeyes are changing leagues. The Hawkeyes played their inaugural season at Doubleday Field last summer. The team has aligned with seven other former New York Collegiate Baseball League members and decided to withdraw from the league with the goal of starting a new, higher quality league, according to a media press release. They will continue to play at Doubleday Field next year.
Hawkeyes in playoff hunt as season winds down
If the New York Collegiate Baseball League playoffs were to begin today, the Cooperstown Hawkeyes and Oneonta Outlaws would meet in a first round series. The top four teams in each division qualify for postseason play, and currently Oneonta is in second place and Cooperstown in third with one week left in the regular season.
Ballplayers have adjusted to life off the field
Cooperstown resident Lynne Mebust and her husband, Kai, have three sons ranging in age from 10-14, but after hosting two Cooperstown Hawkeyes players this summer, they feel like they have added two more to the family.
Petroskey helps Hawkeyes to 3-1 NYCBL home victory
Cooperstown graduate Frank Petroskey drove in the Cooperstown Hawkeyes’ first run at Doubleday Field with a groundout to shortstop Tuesday, helping his New York Collegiate Baseball team to a 3-1 victory over Albany.
Hawkeyes seek temporary homes
The Cooperstown Hawkeyes are still trying to find homes for players before the start of the team’s inaugural season in early June.
Hawkeyes president speaks to Lions
Tom Hickey, the President of the Cooperstown Hawkeys, the new team that will compete in the New York Collegiate Baseball League this summer, was the guest speaker at the regular meeting of the Cooperstown Lions Club at its meeting on Wednesday, April 7, held at the Harmony House Cafe in Fly Creek.
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