Pittsfield Colonials

Pittsfield Colonials

Pittsfield Colonials is the name of a team that plays baseball on a professional level in the Professional Baseball Association of Canada and America. Pittsfield Colonials is from Pittsfield in Massachusetts. Recently, the team is called the New Hampshire’s American Defender. Before that, they were called the Pride of Nashua. Jamie Keefe is the manager of Pittsfield Colonials.

The Colonials as they were previously known played their earlier games in Nashua in New Hampshire when they were appearing as debutants being a part of Professional Baseball of Atlantic League. They played there from 1998 to the season’s end in the year of 2009. Pittsfield Colonials were one of those franchises who are responsible for founding the League of Atlantic in the year of 1998.

They defeated the Patriots of Somerset in as many as three games and won the series of Championship of Atlantic League in the season of 2000. However, Pittsfield Colonials lost to the Patriots of Somerset in the championship games of 2005 and 2003. The team was moved to Can-Am League in the year of 2006. They were the winners of the championship league of Can-Am in the year of 2007. Pittsfield Colonials Were sold to the New Hampshire’s American Defenders by John Stabile, the then owner after the season of 2008.

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