Tag Archives: Syracuse (NY)

Onondaga Flames Join PGCBL

PRESS RELEASE – The Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League is proud to announce the newest addition to its roster, the Onondaga Flames. Continue reading


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Chief Unveil New Alternative Logos, Color Scheme

Syracuse ChiefsThe Syracuse Chiefs (Triple-A, International League) have unveiled new alternative logos and colors that align with the parent club but also offer a throw back to the team’s unis of the 1930s.  Read more and view logos here.

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Lazers Open New Ballpark

Onondaga Community College Lazers LogoOnondaga Community College in Syracuse (NY) held a dedication ceremony Thursday for its new baseball stadium.  As much as we love natural turf, the synthetic surface the Lazers and other users will be playing on should be a good fit for the spring weather in Central New York.  The project architect was Appel OsborneRead more hereView aerial here.

Onondago Community College baseball stadium rendering, Apel Osborne Landscape Architecture

Onondago Community College baseball stadium rendering, Appel Osborne Landscape Architecture

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Chiefs Unveil 100th Season Patch

Syracuse Chiefs Secondary Logo SmallThe Triple-A Syracuse Chiefs will celebrate their 100th season in the International League in 2014 with a specially designed patch that players will wear on the left shoulder of their home and road jerseys.  Read more here.  Thanks to John Cerone for the link.

Syracuse Chiefs 100th Season Patch

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Syracuse Chiefs Rename Horse Statue

Syracuse Chiefs Secondary Logo SmallThe Syracuse Chiefs announced last week that the horse statue outside NBT Bank Stadium has been renamed “Homer,” after a “Rename the Horse” contest.  Read more and view photo hereView press release here.

Syracuse Chies Rename the Horse Statue

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