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Pittsfield Hillies

The Pittsfield Hillies was an Eastern League (Class A) baseball team from 1919 to 1930. They were League Champions in 1919 and 1921.

Their home field was at Wahconah Park, Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

1905

The Pittsfield Hillies was a professional minor league baseball team based in Pittsfield, Massachusetts which played in the Hudson River League. The team from Saugerties, New York moved to Pittsfield on July 8, 1905 and resumed play as the Hillies. They finished with a 13-49 record and folded on July 25 of that year.[1]

Future Major League Hillies

Hillies with previous Major League experience

References

  • info on the Hillies
  • Hillies rosters
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