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Newark Co-Pilots

Newark Co-Pilots
(1968-1979, 1983-1987)
Newark, New York
Previous Short-Season A
Minor league affiliations
League New York-Penn League
Major league affiliations
Minor league titles
League titles 1 (1975)
Team data
Previous names
  • Newark Orioles (1983–1987)
  • Newark Co-Pilots (1968-1979)
Previous parks
Colburn Park

The Newark Co-Pilots were a minor league baseball team based in Newark, New York that played in the New York-Penn League from 1968 to 1979. They were affiliated with the Seattle Pilots from 1968 to 1969 and with the Milwaukee Brewers from 1970 to 1978. They were independent in 1979. Their home ballpark was Colburn Park.[1]

Newark fielded a new team in 1983 for play in the New York-Penn League, the Newark Orioles. The new club was affiliated with the Baltimore Orioles. However in 1988, the team was relocated to Erie, Pennsylvania and became the Erie Orioles and later the Erie Sailors. The Sailors then moved after the 1993 season to Fishkill, New York and became the Hudson Valley Renegades, who are currently members of the NYPL.

Year-by-year record

(from Baseball Reference Bullpen)
Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1968 38-36 4th Sibby Sisti Lost in 1st round
1969 42-34 3rd Earl Torgeson none
1970 36-33 4th Sandy Johnson none
1971 35-35 4th Al Widmar none
1972 23-46 7th Sandy Johnson none
1973 15-55 8th Matt Galante none
1974 30-36 5th John Felske none
1975 47-20 1st Tony Roig League Champs
1976 46-24 2nd Tony Roig none
1977 43-29 4th Dennis Holmberg
1978 26-46 5th (Wrigley) Ken Richardson
1979 32-39 4th (Wrigley) Mal Fichman
1983 48-26 1st (West) Art Mazmanian
1984 46-28 1st (West) Jim Hutto
1985 41-36 3rd (Central) Art Mazmanian
1986 41-37 2nd (McNamara) Art Mazmanian
1987 42-32 4th (West) Mike Hart


  1. ^ Baseball Reference Bullpen

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