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Welland Pirates

Welland Pirates
Welland, Ontario
Previous Short Season A
Minor league affiliations
League New York-Penn League
Division Stedler Division
Major league affiliations
Previous Pittsburgh Pirates
Team data
Previous names
Previous parks
Welland Stadium

The Welland Pirates were a minor league baseball team located in Welland, Ontario. The team played in the Short-Season A classification New York - Penn League from 1989 to 1994, and were affiliated with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Their home stadium was Welland Stadium.

When the Welland Pirates relocated to Erie, Pennsylvania in 1995, they were renamed the Erie SeaWolves, who exist today as a member of the Double-A Eastern League.

Notable alumni

Season records

Season W L Finish (games behind leader) Playoffs
1989 32 44 5th in Stedler Division (12 GB) Out of playoffs
1990 36 42 3rd in Stedler Division (8.5 GB) Out of playoffs
1991 30 47 6th in Stedler Division (20.5 GB) Out of playoffs
1992 31 46 6th in Stedler Division (25.5 GB) Out of playoffs
1993 35 42 5th in Stedler Division (17.5 GB) Out of playoffs
1994 30 44 4th in Stedler Division (12 GB) Out of playoffs


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