Oneonta Tigers

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Originally founded in 1966 as the Oneonta Red Sox, and becoming the Oneonta Yankees in 1967, the Oneonta team in the New York-Penn League became known as the Oneonta Tigers when they joined the Detroit Tigers organization in 1999. The O-Tigers played their home games at Damaschke Field in Oneonta, New York, the only dry ballpark in professional baseball. After the 2009 season the team moved to Norwich, CT to play as the Connecticut Tigers.

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Hitting coach Pitching coach Coach
1999 41-34 5th Kevin Bradshaw Fray Peniche
2000 35-41 10th Gary Green Bill Monbouquette
2001 37-37 7th Gary Green Bill Monbouquette
2002 47-27 2nd Randy Ready Lost League Finals Barbaro Garbey Bill Monbouquette
2003 45-30 4th Randy Ready Lost in 1st round Bill Monbouquette
2004 33-41 10th Mike Rojas Basilio Cabrera Bill Monbouquette
2005 48-27 2nd Tom Brookens Lost in 1st round Basilio Cabrera Bill Monbouquette
2006 40-34 6th Tom Brookens Basilio Cabrera Ray Burris
2007 44-32 4th Andy Barkett Lost in 1st round Mark J. Johnson
2008 33-41 10th Ryan Newman Alan Mills
2009 35-39 9th Howard Bushong Luis Quinones Jorge Cordova

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