Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League

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Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League
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ACBL logo
Sport Baseball
Founded 1967
No. of teams 8
Country  United States
Most recent
Allentown Railers
Official website

The Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League (ACBL) is a collegiate summer baseball league operating in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. The league has experienced moderate success in having alumni appear in Major League Baseball. Fourteen alumni of the league were invited to spring training with Major League Baseball clubs in 2010.[1]

The ACBL is one of eight leagues in the National Alliance of College Summer Baseball.[2]


The teams participating in the 2016 season are:[3]

Division Team City Stadium
Lehigh Valley Catz Easton, Pennsylvania Easton Area High School and Upper Hackett's Park
Allentown Railers Allentown, Pennsylvania ECTB Stadium
Quakertown Blazers Quakertown, Pennsylvania Memorial Park
South Jersey Giants Lindenwold, New Jersey Lindenwold Park Baseball Complex
Division Team City Stadium
Jersey Pilots Berkeley Heights, New Jersey Snyder Ave Park
North Jersey Eagles Ridgefield Park, New Jersey Overpeck County Park
Trenton Generals West Windsor, New Jersey Mercer County College
Staten Island Tide Staten Island, New York College of Staten Island and Susan E. Wagner High School

Major league alumni

Former teams

Many different teams have played in the ACBL throughout the history of the league. The following is a list of former teams: Allentown Wings, Berkshire Red Sox, Brooklyn Clippers, Brooklyn-Queens Dodgers, Connecticut Yankees, Delaware Valley Gulls, Jersey City Colonels, Kutztown Rockies, Long Island Collegians, Long Island Flying A's, Long Island Nationals, Long Island Sound, Long Island Stars, Mercer Titans, Metro New York Cadets, Monmouth Royals, Mt. Vernon Generals, Nassau Collegians, New Jersey A's, New Jersey Colts, New York Generals, Peekskill Robins, Scranton Red Soxx, Teaneck Teamsters, and the West Deptford Green Storm.[3]


  1. ^ "Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League". Archived from the original on 2010-08-07. Retrieved 2010-02-11. 
  2. ^ "National Alliance of College Summer Baseball". Archived from the original on 27 January 2010. Retrieved 2010-02-11. 
  3. ^ a b "Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League". Archived from the original on 13 February 2010. Retrieved 2010-02-11. 

External links

  • Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League
  • Notable Alumni
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