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The New York-Penn League is a Minor League Baseball (MiLB) league classified as Class A Short Season. Short Season teams typically play from mid-June (following the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft) until Labor Day Weekend, the first weekend in Sep.
The league was founded in 1939 as the Pennsylvania – Ontario – New York League (or PONY League) in a hotel in Batavia, N.Y. Original teams included the Batavia (N.Y.) Clippers, Bradford (Pa.) Bees, Hamilton (Ont.) Red Wings, Jamestown (N.Y.) Jaguars, Niagara Falls (N.Y.) Rainbows and Olean (N.Y.) Oilers.
The Hamilton Red Wings folded during . . .
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