Sag Harbor Whalers


Sag Harbor Whalers
Sag Harbor Whalers
Sag Harbor Whalers logo.jpg
Ballpark Mashashimuet Park
Based in Sag Harbor, New York
Team Colors Teal and Orange
League Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League


The Sag Harbor Whalers are an amateur baseball team playing in the Hamptons Division of the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League, an NCAA-sanctioned collegiate summer baseball league. The team plays its home games at Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor, New York. In 2008, the team was originally named the Hampton Whalers and was the only collegiate league in the Hamptons.

Contents

Alumni

Records

2011

Wins Losses
Home 12 8
Away 8 12
Total 20 20


2010

Wins Losses
Home 8 12
Away 8 13
Total 16 25


2009

Wins Losses
Home 8 10
Away 8 12
Total 16 22


2008 (As Hampton Whalers)

Wins Losses
Home 11 9
Away 8 12
Total 19 21


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