Tag Archives: California Collegiate League

SLO Blues Seek Renovation of Stadium

Stakeholders, including the San Luis Obispo Blues (Summer Collegiate, California Collegiate League) are pitching an $8 million-to-$10 million, privately-funded renovation of Sinsheimer Stadium in San Luis Obispo (CA).  Read more here.

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Potters Join California Collegiate League

The Lincoln Potters baseball organization announced they will be joining the California Collegiate League beginning in 2019. The move comes after the club spent the past two seasons as a member of the Great West League.  Read more here.

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Far West League Crumbles

Far West League LogoThe summer collegiate Humboldt Crabs and Redding Colt .45s will play as independents in 2014, while a host of other teams in the Far West League have departed for the California Collegiate League or Golden State Collegiate Baseball League.  Erik Wagle, who served as the FWL commissioner, has also reportedly resigned.  Read more here.

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It’s the ‘Glendale Angelenos’

At the press conference this afternoon, the Glendale (CA) Angelenos, the California Collegiate League’s newest franchise, was introduced to fans.  The expansion club will begin play at Stengel Field in 2011.  The league also announced that the Angelenos will host the 2011 All-Star game scheduled for July 13.  Read more hereView the team’s website here.

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Riviera to Bring Summer Collegiate Team to Glendale

Restauranteur and former MLB scout Tony Riviera plans to announce today that he is bringing a new California Collegiate League franchise to Glendale (CA).  The club’s name, logo, and uniforms are also expected to be unveiled.  The team will play at Stengel Field, which was named after famed New York Yankee manager Casey Stengel, who lived in Glendale before he passed in 1975.  Read more here.

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