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1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015& 2016

1992 In March, Jeff Czarnec and Bernie Hirth chair the league inaugural meeting. At this meeting, an adult baseball league in New Hampshire is formed. The
new league is set to begin with four teams playing as part of the MSBL. MSBL president Steve Ziegler attends the meeting but the group from New Hampshire
decides to be part of Roy Hobbs with the support of Roy Hobb’s Kevin McBernie. The four teams are Concord Capitals, Manchester Yankees, Manchester Red Sox
and the Nashua A’s. The new league did not have a name for the inaugural season but started play in June on Sunday mornings. Throughout the first summer
the league experienced significant growth as word spread. Teams were added throughout the summer and when the dust settled by Labor Day there were
seven teams to end the season with the Nashua Cubs crowned the first Champion.Back to Top

1993 News coverage of the GSBL spreads quickly and the number of teams double for a total of 14 teams to start the season. The league organizes itself by
selecting a committee to lead the league. Dan Cosgrove becomes the first ‘official’ league president, Steve Krammes leads media relations, Jeff Czarnec builds a
database of all public media access and sends out information about the league. ‘Baseball’ Bob Blundell is the operations lead for baseball. Dave Discordia officially
names the league Granite State Baseball League (GSBL). The league splits into two divisions with the increased participation and the
Merrimack Brewers win the championship. Dan Cosgrove organizes a team to participate in the Roy Hobbs tournament in Newport and places second.Back to Top

1994 The GSBL grows again adding two additional teams bringing the total number of teams to 16. The league drops association with Roy Hobbs and becomes
independent where it stands to this day. The committee decides to stop dividing the league into separate divisions because there is no way to determine how to
split the league into two equally competitive divisions. Many discussions start to arise as to what the direction of the league should be…a recreational
baseball league or a more competitive amateur league. There really is no doubt that the league is headed to a competitive amateur league. The Methuen
Mudhens led by Jim Cayer become league champions.Back to Top

1995 The number of teams remains at 16 and Gary Fisher takes over as President. Monthly meetings become more intense as the competition in the league
increases. There are many ‘discussions’ on direction of the league, players changing teams, and playing rules. There are unofficial rules that are determined
throughout the year and competition remains at a high level. The Merrimack Brewers become the first repeat champions of the GSBL.Back to Top

1996 The league experiences its first contraction as the Nashua Cardinals disband and those players join the Nashua White Sox and Hudson Bison. There is still
plenty of interest for the league publicity increases with coverage by local newspapers and even Nashua Park & Rec’s facilitator, June Caron is calling local
teams to play at Holman Stadium. The Laconia Blue Sox led by brothers Bill & Kurt Colby take the championship.Back to Top

1997 Contraction did not last long as two new teams enter the league bringing the number of teams to 17 for the season. Ray Stephensen enters the Nashua
Indians and Dana Mosher brings in the Bow Falconers. The schedule runs 16 games (each team plays everyone once) and playoffs are set as a best of 3 series
but finals are best of 5. All playoff games must be 9 innings. Baseball Bob Blundell’s Concord Capitals win the championship.Back to Top

1998 Michael Reed becomes the new president of the GSBL and makes some organizational improvements. League by-laws are updated in an attempt to
settle disputes, Bill Jones & Tim Fisher establish the first league website. Bill also creates the first team logos and the GSBL logo which is still used today.
The league maintains 17 teams. Playoffs consist of 12 teams to promote MORE baseball. The Concord Senators led by Bill Butterfield start an incredible run
of 14 straight league championships.Back to Top

1999 The GSBL remains an established league in the state as team locations range from Ashland to Concord, Salem/Lawrence to Nashua. The league institutes
an annual all-star game to be played on a week night to avoid screwing up pitchers for the weekends. The first All-Star game is played at Leominster's (MA)
Doyle Field against the now defunct Central Mass Over30 All Stars. The GSBL All Stars win by a score of 9-6. Regular season scores are displayed on WMUR
thanks to Nashua Yankees Jamie Staton. Fields become increasingly more difficult to obtain which leads the league to attempt to end the season around
Labor Day weekend. Senators win championship.Back to Top

2000 Kevin Beals enters the Hudson Broncos into the GSBL to mark the most teams that the league will have in its 20 year history at 18 teams. The large
amount of teams extends the schedule to the most weeks and (without knowing it) establishes amount of games to be played during the regular season.
Bronc Noel becomes the ‘unofficial’ umpire assignor for all umpires. The league continues to pay for all umpires during the playoffs to allow all teams access to
post season. Senators win championship.Back to Top

2001 Art Herbert becomes league president, Steve Knowlton becomes the Vice President and Chris Countie is league treasurer. The league remains at 18 teams
for the 2001 season. The competition remains at a high level with still many teams playing and a membership of over 250 players. The Concord Senators
establish their long standing legacy as the team to beat by winning their 4th consecutive championship. The GSBL starts a slow contraction with one of the
league's original teams, the Manchester Pirates led by Jim Kelly disbands at the end of the season.Back to Top

2002 The Methuen Outlaws led by Joe Piccarillo are thrown out of the league for fighting and only last two seasons. The annual all star game is played at
Gill Stadium in Manchester against the OTB League out of Lowell, MA. The GSBL wins the game by a score of 13-11. Concord Senators win #5.Back to Top

2003 Many team changes occur. George Gatizmos (Manchester Knights, later become Merrimack Dodgers), Jeff O’Hare (Salem Phillies), John Pica
(Lawrence Venom) all enter new teams however, Gary Wildfever (Laconia Blue Socks), Steve Knowlton (Lowell Mudhens) both original GSBL teams along with
Rick Manberg (Bow Falconers) all fold. When the smoke clears there are 16 teams and Senators win the championship. Steve Knowlton and Art Herbert will leave
the GSBL to start the NHBL40 the following year.Back to Top

2004 Steve Krammes becomes new president. The league moves to wood bats. After many managerial changes, the Hollis Reds (Chris Countie)
and Lawrence Venom fold bringing the number of teams to 14. The league brings back the annual all star game and plays in July at Bedford’s Riley Field. A new
website is used to track schedules, umpires and standings by using the League Lineup template and new URL of www.GSBL.net. Senators win championship.
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2005 John Saraceno becomes league president. The league decides that there will be an 18-game regular season schedule regardless of number of teams
and playoffs will be cut down to 8 teams. The league will continue pay for all umpires during the playoffs. The Salem Phillies only last two seasons and fold,
Eric Salvador starts a new team in the Derry Astros and keeps the number of teams at 14. John institutes the Free Agent list as a way to eliminate forfeits.
Concord Senators win championship.Back to Top

2006 John institutes proof of age to play in league. The Nashua Cubs (Jerry Jorgensen) merges with the Nashua Nationals (Yankees) and another original team,
the Litchfield Bisons (Bob Leary) fold. Art Herbert and Steve Knowlton re-enter the league in the form of the Manchester Eagles. The league institutes its first
community fundraiser and joins with the Nashua Center for the Multiply Handicapped for a golf tournament led by Eric Salvador. The tourney also substitutes
for the league Award Presentation and is a success. The first tourney is played at Stonebridge CC and raises over $2100 for the Nashua Center. The league
recognizes their best players with end of year awards and the Senators are champions.Back to Top

2007 The league again contracts as another original team, Nashua Nationals (Bob Landry) fold. The Manchester Eagles do not return for a second season. The
golf tourney moves to a fall event and up to the Laconia CC. Bellavance Beverages agrees to continue their much appreciated
sponsorship for the league. The league attempts to start a new team using the Free Agent list as over 100 names are submitted to the league via the league
website. The Queen City Indians are formed by Jason patch. The endeavor would prove to be unsuccessful as the Indians fold midway through the 2008 season.
John applies for and receives 501(c)4 status for the league. Don Zizzi puts the League by-laws into its current format and updates. The Concord Senators are
named champions for the 11th consecutive season.Back to Top

2008 After several seasons of experiencing umpires missing games and a growing division between umpires and players, the league makes a HUGE change and
votes by a margin of 12-1 to use Gary Noyes as the new umpire assignor. The move proves to be a huge success as umpire coverage for 2008 is at 100%.
The Nashua Storm (Joe Dunne) fold after 12 seasons. Eric Salvador continues to run a successful golf tourney and the league raises $2500 for the Nashua
Center. Senators claim their 12th consecutive championship.Back to Top

2009 The season is scheduling bliss with 10 teams, each team plays one another twice for the only balanced schedule since each team played each other
once to determine number of games in a season. The league institutes the GSBL Budweiser Player of the Week award given to one player each week of the season.
The golf tourney continues to be a success when a total of 88 golfers travel to the Laconia CC to play in the annual event. The Senators win number thirteen.
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2010 In a second attempt to form a team out of the many free agents submitted to the league, Mike Graves forms the Manchester Sea Dogs for their inaugural
(and only) season. The Sea Dogs merge with the struggling Merrimack Brewers in 2011. Ruben Rodriguez takes over the Nashua Pirates and moves them to
Lawrence Massachusetts forming the Lawrence Pirates. The league votes each playoff series will be 3 games long beginning in 2011. Senators win championship
for their 14th consecutive season.Back to Top

2011 Two established teams enter the GSBL from other league bringing the number of teams to 12. Scott Bleakley moves the 'elder' players of the Kingston
Nightowls from the North Shore League to form the Brentwood Braves. Eric Niccoli takes his Dodgers from the Central Mass MSBL league to form the Nashua Expos.
The Expos make the playoffs in their first season of play in the GSBL. The Pirates unseat the Senators after an unprecedented 14 consecutive league
championships. The Pirates are the first new champions since Scott Marshall’s Cardinals (Capitals) in 1998.Back to Top

2012 The season starts off with a major surprise as the Concord Senators close up shop due to lack of interest among their team members.  The Senators entered
the GSBL in 1993 as Fox Pond Tavern and was started by Bill Butterfield.  They changed their name to the Concord Senators in 1995. Anchored by dominate
pitching over the years (Steve Destefano, Steve Hueston, Jamie Arsenault, John Roper, Aric Leclair), the Senators were able to roll off 13 consecutive championships
from 1998 through 2010.  Time finally ended the club as their median age was 48 years at the end of 2011.  Only Jay Hoyt’s Red Sox have a core group close in age.
The GSBL board elects to play a 16 game schedule for 2012.  Scott Bleakley’s Seacoast Braves settled into their second season in the league by winning the regular
season. They were runner up in the playoffs losing to the high octane offence and repeat champions, Lawrence Pirates led by Ruben Rodriguez. Back to Top


2013 The 2013 season incorporated a lot of change for the Granite State Baseball League and many first time accomplishments. The league competed a total
of 290 games in its 22nd season and opened two more divisions of play. The GSBL21 Division was created when the SNHBL merged with the GSBL. The SNHBL
brought in 6 teams and the GSBL recruited two additional teams from the seacoast to bring the total number of teams for the division to eight. The Raphael Club
Black Sox captured the division championship with a sweep of the Manchester Hurricanes.

The Nashua Rockies of the GSBL28 division ended their bride's maid streak by taking 2 of 3 games from the New London Cardinals in the championship series. The
flagship division competed 14 teams with an 18 game regular season schedule. The playoffs were cut to 6 teams this year with the Seacoast Braves,
Lawrence Pirates, Litchfield Orioles and Lincoln A's qualifying to round out the rest of the playoff pack. Competition was raised this year. Dan Rousseau brought
the GSBL back to Litchfield by starting the Orioles. Both the Expos and Mets closed shop and folded both of their programs. The Mets were formerly the long time
Modadnock Braves that were one of the original GSBL teams when they started as the Peterborough Townies in 1994.

The GSBL38 was also created with the Bedford Braves, Manchester Eagles, BBC Badgers and Queen City Ironpigs. The teams competed against each other and
four of the GSBL28 teams during the regular season. The Bedford Braves were crowned champions. The division also sponsored an end of the season tournament
and invited two of the GSBL28 to play. The Merrimack Dodgers won the GSBL38 tourney.

The league also played an all star game in July at Holman Stadium. It finally did not rain as 40 of the league's players met to compete. To end the year, Rob Porter
helped organize a Golf Tourney in October where 71 golfers played and helped raise a $1000 for the Nashua Center for the Multiply Handicapped bringing the GSBL
donations to $13,000 over the past 6 years. . Back to Top

 2014 Back to Top

Some Changes for the GSBL in 2014.  In the GSBL21 division, the Brawlers fold and the Nashua Eagles enter the league.  The Eagles go to the finals and lose to the Manchester Little Monsters, 2 games to 1 in the GSBL21 Championship.  It is the first and only championship for the Little Monsters.

The GSBL28 maintains 10 teams and the Lawrence Pirates go undefeated and sweep the Rockies in the GSBL28 finals.

In the GSBL38 division, the Ironpigs, Eagles and Braves all leave the GSBL bringing an end to the GSBL38 division.

The league once again held its annual All Star Game at Holman Stadium and continue to have an annual Golf Outing.  This is the first year that the GSBL teams up with Easter Seals in Manchester and donates $1,500 to the organisation. 

 

  Town Team Year Started Year Ended Manager Manager Manager Champs    
                     
1 Concord Capitals 1992 1998 Bob Blundell     1997    
1 Concord Cardinals 1998 2011 Scott Marshall          
1 New London Cardinals 2012 2014 Scott Marshall       Folded after 2014 season. Original GSBL team
2 Manchester Red Sox 1992 1997 Bob Pelletier (1992-1994) Gary Fisher (1995-1997)     #faf0e6  
2 Derry Red Sox 1998 2003 Gary Fisher (1998-1999) Jay Hoyt (2000-2003)        
2 Hookset Red Sox 2004 2008 Jay Hoyt          
2 MoeJoe Red Sox 2009 2012 Jay Hoyt          
2 Telly's Red Sox 2013 Present Jay Hoyt          
3 Nashua A's 1992 1992 Bernie Hirth   Steve Kreatz (2004 - 2009)
Bob Gould (2010 - Present
     
3 Merrimack Brewers 1993 Present Dan Cosgrove (1993 - 2001) Steve Krammes (2002 - 2004) 1993, 1995    
4 Manchester Yankees 1992 1992 Jeff Czarnec          
4 Manchester Twins 1993 1993 Jeff Czarnec          
4 Manchester Mariners 1994 2000 Jeff Czarnec Art Herbert (1995-2000)        
4 Manchester Pirates 2000 2001 Jeff Kelly       Disbanded after 2001  
5 Nashua Cubs 1992 2005 Dan Bouche (1992 - 1994) Glen Waggaman (1995-2002) Jerry Jorgensen (2003 - 2005) 1992 Merged with Nashua Nationals in 2006 
6 Hudson Dodgers 1992 1995 Leon Guay (1992 - 1994) JD Campbell (1995) Michael Reed (1995)      
6 Hudson Heat 1996 1996 Michael Reed          
6 Hudson Reds 1997 2001 Michael Reed (1998 - 2001) Chris Countie (2002)        
6 Hollis Reds 2002 2003 Chris Countie       Disbanded after 2003  
7 Nashua White Sox 1992 1999 Dave Discordia (1992 - 1995) Jerry Ancil (1996) Bill Jones (1997 - 1999)      
7 Nashua Yankees 2000 2005 Bobby Landry (2000 - 2002, 2005) Bill Jones (2003) Byron Telage (2004)      
7 Nashua Nationals 2006 2006 Bobby Landry         Disbanded after 2006  
8 Nashua Cardinals 1993 1995 Bernie Hirth     Expanded to White Sox & Hudson Bison  
9 Laconia Blue Sox 1993 2002 Bill Colby (1993 - 1999) Kurt Colby (2000 - 2002)   1996 Disbanded after 2002  
10 Salem  A's 1993 1993 Jim Cayer          
10 Methuen Mudhens 1994 1998 Jim Cayer (1994-1996) Steve Knowlton (1996-1998)   1994    
10 Lawrence Mudhens 1999 2001 Steve Knowlton          
10 Lowell Mudhens 2002 2002 Steve Knowlton       Moved team to NHBL40  
11 Hudson Rockies 1993 2000 Bill Phalen (1993 - 2000) Eric Woods (2000 - 2000)        
11 Bedford Rockies 2001 2005 Eric Woods (2001) Mike Henzley (2002 - 2005)        
11 Hollis Rockies 2006 2009 Mike Henzley          
11 Nashua Rockies 2010 Present Mike Henzley     2013    
12 Fox Pond Tavern 1993 1993 Bill Butterfield            
12 Concord Senators 1995 2011 Bill Butterfield (1993 - 2001) Jack Prendiville (2002 - 2011)   1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010  Folded after 2011 season  
13 Ashby Braves 1993 1999 ???          
14 Hudson Bison 1993 1999 Drew Smith            
14 Litchfield Bison 2000 2005 Drew Smith (2000 - 2003) Bob Leary (2004 - 2005)     Disbanded after 2005  
15 Nashua Cardinals 1993 1995 Bernie Hirth          
16 Laconia Express 1994 1995 Gary Wildfever          
17 Peterborough Townies 1994 1996 Steve Conroy          
17 Mondanock Eagles 1997 2000 Ken Cloutier          
17 Mondanock Braves 2001 2008 Mike Thibodeau (2001 - 2003) Michael Brown (2004 - 2005) Greg Chambers (2006 - 2008)      
17 Nashua Green Sox 2009 2011 Greg Chambers (2006 - Present)          
17 Nashua Mets 2012 2012 Greg Chambers (2006 - Present)       Disbanded after 2012 season  
17 Litchfield Orioles 2013 Present Dan Rousseau       Dan branches off Dodgers and merges Mets/Dodgers 
18 Laconia Black Sox 1996 1997 Mike Wrzesinski          
19 Nashua Indians 1997 1999 Ray Stephensen          
19 Nashua Giants 2000 2006 Ray Stephensen (2002) Dave Mathews (2003) Chris Vullo (2004 - 2006)      
19 Nashua Storm 2007 2008 Joe Dunne       Disbanded after 2008  
20 Bow Falconers 1997 2002 Dana Mosher (1997 - 1999) Rick Manberg (2000-2002)        
21 Ashland A's 1998 2003 Tim Crowley (1998 - 2002) Kevin O' Brien (2003)        
21 Alpine A's 2004 2004 Kevin O'Brien          
21 Lincoln A's 2004 Present Kevin O'Brien          
22 Hudson Broncos 2000 2006 Kevin Beals (2003 - 2005) Chris Clark (2006)        
22 Hudson Pirates 2007 2008 Mike Cole          
22 Nashua Pirates 2009 2009 Mike Cole          
22 Lawrence Pirates 2010 Present Ruben Rodriguez     2011, 2012, 2014 Moved to GSBL21 division in 2015  
23 Methuen Outlaws 2000 2001 Joe Piccarillo       Disbanded after 2001  
24 Salem  Phillies 2003 2004 Jeff O' Hare       Disbanded after 2004  
25 Lawrence Venom 2003 2004 John Pica       Disbanded after 2004  
26 Manchester Knights 2003 2003 George Gatzimos          
26 Nashua Dodgers 2004 2004 George Gatzimos          
26 Merrimack Dodgers 2005 Present George Gatzimos          
27 Derry Astros 2005 2010 Eric Salvador          
27 AutoFair Astros 2011 Present Todd Wallace          
28 Manchester Eagles 2006 2006 Art Herbert       Moved back to NHBL40  
28 Manchester Eagles** 2013 2013 Jon Toli       Original GSBL38 team (from NHBL40)Abandoned 1 yr
29 Queen City Indians 2007 2008 Jason Patch        Disbanded during 2008 NIGHTMARE
30 Manchester Seadogs 2010 2010 Mike Graves       Merged with Brewers  
31 Nashua Expos 2011 2012 Eric Niccoli       Folded after 2012  
32 Brentwood Braves 2011 2011 Scott Bleakley          
32 Seacoast Braves 2012 Present Heath Norris       Move to GSBL21 in 2015  
33 BBC Badgers** 2013 2013 Jay Hoyt       Original GSBL38 team (Epping Red Sox)#0f13ef
33 Telly's  Badgers** 2014 Present Jay Hoyt          
34 Bedford Braves** 2013 2013 Dennis Tokac     2013 Original GSBL38 team (from NHBL40)#cccccc
34 Granite State Tigers 2014 Present Dennis Tokac       Renamed team from Bedford Braves in 2014 - moved GSBL28 in 2015
35 Queen City Ironpigs** 2013 2013 Fred Royer       Original GSBL38 team Abandoned league after 1 year
36 Manchester Little Monsters 2013 Present James Smith     2014 GSBL21 (from SNHBL)  
37 Newmarket Nationals 2013 2014 Ryan Norton       Folded at end of 2014  
38 Raymond Owls 2015 Present Mike Michaud       New team in 2015 - some Padres and some Nationals
39 Portsmouth Padres 2013 Present Brad Backowies       GSBL21  
39 Brentwood Brewers 2015 Present Steve Bowles       Split from Padres in 2015  
40 Beantown Brawlers 2013 2013 Ross Fessenden       GSBL21 (from SNHBL) Folded end 2013
41 Manchester Hurricanes 2013 Present Mike Moody       GSBL21 (from SNHBL)  
42 ManchVegas Phillies 2013 Present James Kenney       GSBL21 (from SNHBL)  
43 Nashua Swindlers 2013 2014 Phil Woodbury       GSBL21 (from SNHBL)  
43 Nashua Royals 2015 Present Phil Woodbury       Name Change in 2015  
44 Raphael Club Black Sox 2013 Present Ben Davis      2013 GSBL21 (from SNHBL)  
45 Nashua Eagles 2014 Present Mike Henzley       New team in 2014  
46 Methuen bada Bing 2015 Present James Blum       New team in 2015
47 Kingswood Mets 2015 Present Mike McQuade       Moved from Carrol County Baseball League
                     

 

 

* - Original 4 Teams
† - League Champions

@ - GSBL38 Division

% - GSBL18 Division

Year # of teams   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
1992 (4-7)   Concord Capitals* Manchester Red Sox* Nashua A's* Manchester Yankees* Nashua Cubs Hudson Dodgers Nashua White Sox                            
1993 14   Concord Capitals Manchester Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Manchester Twins Nashua Cubs Hudson Dodgers Nashua White Sox Hudson Rockies Fox Pond Tavern Nashua Cardinals Ashby Braves         Salem A's Laconia Blue Sox   Hudson Bisons    
1994 16   Concord Capitals Manchester Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Manchester Mariners Nashua Cubs Hudson Dodgers Nashua White Sox Hudson Rockies Fox Pond Tavern Nashua Cardinals Ashby Braves Peterborough Townies Laconia Express     Methuen Mudhens Laconia Blue Sox   Hudson Bisons    
1995 16   Concord Capitals Manchester Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Manchester Mariners Nashua Cubs Hudson Dodgers Nashua White Sox Hudson Rockies Concord Senators Nashua Cardinals Ashby Braves Peterborough Townies Laconia Express     Methuen Mudhens Laconia Blue Sox   Hudson Bisons    
1996 15   Concord Capitals Manchester Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Manchester Mariners Nashua Cubs Hudson Heat Nashua White Sox Hudson Rockies Concord Senators   Ashby Braves Peterborough Townies Laconia Black Sox     Methuen Mudhens Laconia Blue Sox   Hudson Bisons    
1997 17   Concord Capitals† Manchester Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Manchester Mariners Nashua Cubs Hudson Reds Nashua White Sox Hudson Rockies Concord Senators† Nashua Indians Ashby Braves Monadnock Eagles Laconia Black Sox   Bow Falconers Methuen Mudhens Laconia Blue Sox   Hudson Bisons    
1998 17   Concord Capitals Derry Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Manchester Mariners Nashua Cubs Hudson Reds Nashua White Sox Hudson Rockies Concord Senators† Nashua Indians Ashby Braves Monadnock Eagles Ashland A's   Bow Falconers Methuen Mudhens Laconia Blue Sox   Hudson Bisons    
1999 17   Concord Cardinals Derry Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Manchester Mariners Nashua Cubs Hudson Reds Nashua White Sox Hudson Rockies Concord Senators† Nashua Giants Ashby Braves Monadnock Eagles Ashland A's   Bow Falconers Lawrence Mudhens Laconia Blue Sox   Hudson Bisons    
2000 18   Concord Cardinals Derry Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Manchester Pirates Nashua Cubs Hudson Reds Nashua Yankees Hudson Rockies Concord Senators† Nashua Giants Methuen Outlaws Monadnock Eagles Ashland A's Hudson Broncos Bow Falconers Lawrence Mudhens Laconia Blue Sox   Litchfield Bisons    
2001 18   Concord Cardinals Derry Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Manchester Pirates Nashua Cubs Hudson Reds Nashua Yankees Hudson Rockies Concord Senators† Nashua Giants Methuen Outlaws Monadnock Braves Ashland A's Hudson Broncos Bow Falconers Lowell Mudhens Laconia Blue Sox   Litchfield Bisons    
2002 16   Concord Cardinals Derry Red Sox Merrimack Brewers   Nashua Cubs Hollis Reds Nashua Yankees Bedford Rockies Concord Senators† Nashua Giants   Monadnock Braves Ashland A's Hudson Broncos Bow Falconers Lowell Mudhens Laconia Blue Sox   Litchfield Bisons    
2003 16   Concord Cardinals Derry Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Manchester Knights Nashua Cubs Hollis Reds Nashua Yankees Bedford Rockies Concord Senators† Nashua Giants Lawrence Venom Monadnock Braves Ashland A's Hudson Broncos   Salem Phillies     Litchfield Bisons    
2004 14   Concord Cardinals Hooksett Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Nashua Dodgers Nashua Cubs   Nashua Yankees Bedford Rockies Concord Senators† Nashua Giants   Monadnock Braves Alpine A's Hudson Broncos   Salem Phillies     Litchfield Bisons    
2005 14   Concord Cardinals Hooksett Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Merrimack Dodgers Nashua Cubs Derry Astros Nashua Yankees Bedford Rockies Concord Senators† Nashua Giants   Monadnock Braves Alpine A's Hudson Broncos         Litchfield Bisons    
2006 13   Concord Cardinals Hooksett Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Merrimack Dodgers   Derry Astros Nashua Nationals Hollis Rockies Concord Senators† Nashua Giants   Monadnock Braves Alpine A's Hudson Broncos   Manchester Eagles          
2007 12   Concord Cardinals Hooksett Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Merrimack Dodgers   Derry Astros Queen City Indians Hollis Rockies Concord Senators† Nashua Storm   Monadnock Braves Lincoln Athletic Katz Hudson Pirates              
2008 12   Concord Cardinals Hooksett Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Merrimack Dodgers   Derry Astros Queen City Indians Hollis Rockies Concord Senators† Nashua Storm   Monadnock Braves Lincoln Athletic Katz Hudson Pirates              
2009 10   Concord Cardinals MoeJoe's Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Merrimack Dodgers   Derry Astros   Hollis Rockies Concord Senators†     Nashua Green Sox Lincoln A's Hudson Pirates              
2010 11   Concord Cardinals MoeJoe's Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Merrimack Dodgers   Derry Astros Manchester Sea Dogs Nashua Rockies Concord Senators†     Nashua Green Sox Lincoln A's Lawrence Pirates              
2011 12   Concord Cardinals MoeJoe's Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Merrimack Dodgers Brentwood Braves AutoFair Astros Nashua Expos Nashua Rockies Concord Senators     Nashua Green Sox Lincoln A's Lawrence Pirates              
2012 11   New London Cardinals MoeJoe's Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Merrimack Dodgers Seacoast Braves AutoFair Astros Nashua Expos Nashua Rockies       Nashua Mets Lincoln A's Lawrence Pirates†              
2013 21   New London Cardinals MoeJoe's Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Merrimack Dodgers Seacoast Braves AutoFair Astros Beantown Brawlers% Nashua Rockies† Bedford Braves@ Newmarket Nationals%   Nashua Swindlers% Lincoln A's Lawrence Pirates† Manchester Hurricanes% Manchester Eagles   Queen City Iron Pigs@ Litchfield Orioles Telly's Badgers Manchester Little Monsters
2014 19   New London Cardinals Telly's Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Merrimack Dodgers Seacoast Braves AutoFair Astros Newmarket Nationals% Nashua Rockies Granite State Tigers@ Newmarket Nationals% Manchester Phillies% Nashua Swindlers% Lincoln A's Lawrence Pirates Manchester Hurricanes%   Portsmouth Padres%   Litchfield Orioles Telly's Badgers Manchester Little Monsters†
2015 22   Raymond Owls% Telly's Red Sox Merrimack Brewers Merrimack Dodgers Seacoast Braves AutoFair Astros Nashua Eagles% Nashua Rockies Granite State Tigers Brentwood Brewers% Manchester Phillies% Nashua Royals% Lincoln A's Lawrence Pirates%† Manchester Hurricanes% Kingswood Mets% Portsmouth Padres% Methuen Bada Bing% Litchfield Orioles Telly's Badgers Manchester Little Monsters
2016 19   Raymond Owls% Red Sox/Badger Nation Merrimack Brewers Lakes Region Royals Seacoast Braves% Derry Astros Nashua Eagles%† Nashua Rockies Granite State Tigers Brentwood Brewers% Manchester Phillies% Manchester Red Sox% Lincoln A's Lawrence Pirates% Manchester Hurricanes% Wakefield Kekambas% Portsmouth Padres% Granite State IronPigs      
2017 15   Merrimack Valley Bombers Red Sox/Badger Nation Merrimack Brewers Lakes Region Royals Seacoast Braves% Derry Astros Nashua Eagles% Nashua Rockies     Manchester Phillies% Manchester Red Sox% Lincoln A's   Derry Blue Sox%   Portsmouth Padres% Granite State IronPigs      
2018 15   Merrimack Valley Bombers Red Sox/Badger Nation Merrimack Brewers Lakes Region Royals Seacoast Braves% Derry Astros Nashua Eagles% Nashua Rockies     Manchester Phillies% Manchester Red Sox% Lincoln A's   Derry Blue Sox%   Portsmouth Padres% Granite State IronPigs      
                                               
                                               
                                               
      League Presidents                                        
      Bob Goould 2017 - Present                                      
      John Saraceno 2005 - 2017                                      
      Steve Krammes 2004 - 2005                                      
      Art Herbert 2001 - 2003                                      
      Michael Reed 1998 - 2000                                      
      Gary fisher 1995 - 1997                                      
      Dan Cosgrove 1993 - 1994                                      
      Jeff Czarnec 1992 - 1992                                      
                                             
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               
                                               

    

  

 










   

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