Hazleton Mountaineers
Franchise History
(1928-1949)


Most wins in a season: 74 in 1935
Most losses in a season: 82 in 1931

The Hazleton Mountaineers, an independent, minor league baseball team, played in the Anthracite League, New York-Pennsylvania League, Eastern League, Inter-State League and North Atlantic League between 1928 and 1949.


      

YearTeamLeagueWLAttendAvg.
1928Hazleton MountaineersAnthracite LeagueRosterStats
1930Hazleton MountaineersNew York-Pennsylvania League6376RosterStats80,5801,159
1931Hazleton MountaineersNew York-Pennsylvania League5782RosterStats
1932Hazleton MountaineersNew York-Pennsylvania League6772RosterStats
1934Hazleton MountaineersNew York-Pennsylvania League6175RosterStats
1935Hazleton MountaineersNew York-Pennsylvania League7456RosterStats
1936Hazleton MountaineersNew York-Pennsylvania League6672RosterStats
1939Hazleton MountaineersInter-State League4854RosterStats
1940Hazleton Mountaineers/Lancaster Red RosesInter-State League6256RosterStats
1949Hazleton MountaineersNorth Atlantic League5376RosterStats34,003527

Average attendance is based upon the number of actual home dates where known (most leagues from 1992 and later). Where the number of home dates is not known, the average is calculated using half the team's total games.

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