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Melbourne Monarchs

Melbourne Monarchs
League Australian Baseball League (1989-1999)
Location Melbourne
Ballpark Melbourne Ballpark
Year founded 1989–90
Nickname(s) Monarchs
League championships 1992–93
Colours Blue, Red and White
1998–99 ?-? (1st)
Lost (2–1) in 4 team
play off series to finish 3rd
Uniforms

Home

Away

The Melbourne Monarchs were one of the foundation members of the original (now defunct) Australian Baseball League.

History

The Monarchs had their licence revoked after the 1990–91 championship following a controversial dispute with Australia Baseball League officials.

The Monarchs were replaced in 1991 by the Melbourne Bushrangers. However the Footscray Football Club(now Western Bulldogs Football Club) purchased the Monarchs licence for the 1993 championship, In their first season back the Monarchs defeated Perth Heat 2 games to 0 at Perths home ground Parry Field to take out the 1993 ABL Championship.

Season Finish
1989–90 2nd
1990–91 ?
1992–93 1st
1993–94 ?
1994–95 ?
1995–96 ?
1996–97 ?
1997–98 3rd
1998–99 3rd

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