Onondaga, NY July 2. 2018: The Onondaga Flames collegiate summer league baseball team, currently in voluntary suspension, announced today they will be resuming play in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League (PGCBL) next season.

The Flames will play in the PGCBL Central Division,under the league’s newly created 3 divisional format, which was created to mitigate travel time and costs.

West Central East
Elmira Pioneers Adirondack Trail Blazers Albany Dutchman
Geneva Red Wings Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs Amsterdam Mohawks
Jamestown Jamers Onondaga Flames Glens Falls Dragon
Newark Pilots Utica Blue Sox Saugerties Dragons
  Watertown Rapids  

Widely recognized as one of the premier collegiate summer baseball leagues in the nation, the PGCBL is a wood bat development league for aspiring major leaguers. The league was founded in the fall of 2010 by eight summer baseball teams located across upstate New York in conjunction with Perfect Game USA, baseball’s largest scouting service. The league’s first season was completed in the summer of 2011.

In March of 2018, the PGCBL announced a new President and Vice President to guide the league into the future. Former New York Penn League President Robert Julian was named President, and longtime right-hand man and Utica College head baseball coach Joe Milazzo was named Vice President.

“The league has made great strides in the last 18 months and is poised for an exciting future,” said Alyce Lee, co-owner of the Flames, “we are thrilled to be resuming play in the PGCBL”

The Flames’ home field is the Onondaga Community College baseball complex located on the corner of Onondaga Road and Collegiate Drive in Onondaga, New York.

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