Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball

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Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League Quick Facts

Founded: 2010
First Season: 2011
Regular Season: June – July
Regular Season Games: 48

Playoffs

Teams: 8
Format: Top four teams in each division qualify. The first round starts Saturday, July 3oth for the East, and Sunday, July 31st for the West. Each team will play one game in the first round with the winner advancing to the Divisional Finals which will be played on Monday, August 1st. The Divisional Finals are both one game, with the winner advancing to the PGCBL Championship which is a best-of-three game series.

League Office

President & General Counsel: Robert Julian
Vice President: Joe Milazzo
Director of Communications: Jason Brinkman
Director of Umpires: Chris Marshall

League Teams

East Division – Albany Dutchmen, Amsterdam Mohawks, Boonville Baseball Club, Glens Falls Dragons, Mohawk Valley Diamond Dawgs, Oneonta Outlaws, Saugerties Stallions, Watertown Rapids

West Division – Auburn Doubledays, Batavia Muckdogs, Elmira Pioneers, Geneva Red Wings, Jamestown Tarp Skunks, Newark Pilots, Niagara Power, Utica Blue Sox

Eligibility Requirements

Eligible players must have remaining college eligibility or be a high level graduate with MLB scout interest for the late July MLB draft. Graduated high school seniors that will attend a two-year or four-year college in the fall are also eligible, subject to Perfect Game USA approval, with a limit of four per team.

Roster Limit: 40 players

Team Contact Information

Albany Dutchmen – Jason Brinkman, Vice President and General Manager

Amsterdam Mohawks – Brian Spagnola, President

Auburn Doubledays – Don Lewis & Bob Ohmann, Owners

Batavia Muckdogs – Robbie Nichols, Owner

Boonville Baseball Club – Joe Milazzo, President

Elmira Pioneers – Robbie Nichols, Owner

Geneva Red Wings – Bob Ohmann, Owner

Glens Falls Dragons  – Ben Bernard, Owner

Jamestown Tarp Skunks – George Carlo, Owner

Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs – Travis Heiser, Owner

Newark Pilots – Bob Ohmann, Owner

Niagara Power – Bridget Niland, President

Oneonta Outlaws – Gary Laing, Owner

Saugerties Stallions – Kevin Hinchey, Owner

Utica Blue Sox – George Deak, Owner

Watertown Rapids – Paul Velte, Owner