TCBA Yearbook

1994

INDEX

Seasons
1902  1903  1904
1905  1906  1907 1908  1909  1910

1911  1912  1913
1914  1915  1916 1917  1918  1919

1920

1921  1922  1923
1924  1925  1926 1927  1928  1929

1930  1931  1932
1933  1934  1935 1936  1937  1938
1939

1940  1941  1942
1943  1944  1945 1946  1947  1948
1949

1950  1951  1952
1953  1954  1955 1956  1957  1958
1959

1960  1961  1962
1963  1964  1965 1966  1967  1968
1969

1970  1971  1972
1973  1974  1975 1976  1977  1978
1979

1980  1981  1982
1983  1984  1985 1986  1987  1988
 1989 

1990  1991  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  2017  2018
  2019  

2020  2021  2022
2023  2024  2025 2026  2027  2028
  2029  

Miscellaneous
Foreword 1
Foreword II
Introduction
The Ad
The Letter
The Test
First Newsletter
Yesterday
Gold
Origins

TCBA Almanac

 

Metro Division

 

Eastern Division

Scranton

105

57

...

Bethesda

110

52

...

Long Island

96

66

9

Silver Spring

85

77

25

Beacon

86

75

18.5

Annandale

83

79

27

Newark

74

88

31

Norfolk

71

90

38.5

Hoboken

45

116

59.5

Birdsnest

62

99

47.5

 

Central Division

 

Western Division

Horseshoe Bay

110

52

...

Binghamton

89

73

...

Evanston

101

61

9

Bergen

84

78

5

Mimosa

80

82

30

North Adams

77

84

11.5

Bradenton

73

88

36.5

Farmington

64

98

37

Morgantown

70

92

40

Kennett

52

110

37

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Dan Warren  - Division titles went to Scranton, Binghamton (Frank Lentine’s first AL playoff appearance and division winner), Bethesda, and Horseshoe Bay, while Evanston and Long Island took the wildcard slots. Marty Fiehl won his 5th league championship in seven years, and his second in a row, defeating the Bethesda Bambinos easily in the finals.

     Beacon’s Tony Gwynn led in hitting for the second time (also accomplished by Mike Hargrove, Rod Carew, Wade Boggs, and Kirby Puckett), batting .359, while Ken Griffey, Jr. collected 58 homers and 172 RBI for Scranton.

     Binghamton’s Jose Rijo became only the third pitcher to achieve 30 wins, while Danny Darwin (23), Mark Portugal (21), Chuck Finley (21), Chuck Schilling (20), and Greg Maddux (20) reached the 20-win plateau.

      The third year of the live rookie auction saw the clubs settling into a comfortable routine, with Bethesda’s acquisition of Mike Piazza for $188,000 leading all bids. Aaron Sele went to North Adams for $150,000, Jason Bere to Norfolk for $135,000, Pedro Martinez to New York for $121,000, and Brent Gates to Kennett for $100,000, as the number of big-dollar players declined again.

     Mike Mancini and Chuck McMath were welcomed as the newest TCBA-AL members.

     Not content with just the present, Commish Bob Braun and Stu McCorkindale labored mightily to create TCBA YESTERDAY, plunging us back to the game before TCBA-time began, perhaps in a search for the fountain of youth.

 

 

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