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2014 Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League Quick Facts

Founded: 2010
First Season: 2011

President: Jeff Kunion
Executive Committee: Don Lewis, Paul Samulski, Tom Hickey.

Regular Season: June - July
Regular Season Games: 48
All-Star Game: TBA
Location: TBA
League Teams: East - Albany Dutchmen, Amsterdam Mohawks, Glens Falls Golden Eagles and Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs. West - Adirondack Trail Blazers, Elmira Pioneers, Newark Pilots, Utica Brewers and Watertown Rams. Cooperstown Hawkeyes*

*Franchise under voluntary suspension for the 2014 season.
Eligibility Requirements: Player must have remaining collegiate eligibility to participate. Graduated high school seniors that will attend a two-year or four-year college in the fall are eligibile subject to Perfect Game USA approval. There is a roster limit of two high school players per team.
Roster Limit: 30 players

Playoffs: August 2014
Playoff Teams: The top three teams in each division will qualify for the postseason.
Format: Teams will be seeded based on finish in the regular season standings in their respective divisions. Both the PGCBL East and West will have seeds 1-3. The opening round of the divisional playoffs will feature two winner-take-all games pitting the second seed against the third seed at the site of the second seed. The winner of the game will advance to the divisional finals to play the number one seed in a best-of-three series format. In the division finals, the one seed will host Game 1 and Game 3 (if necessary). The winners of the two divisional finals series will then meet in the PGCBL Championship Series. The highest remaining seed will have home-field advantage in the first and third games. If both teams have the same seed, the team with the best winning percentage will receive home-field advantage.