Black Diamonds

Some articles on black diamonds:

Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs - History - Before The IronPigs
... teams the Allentown Ambassadors of the Northeast League and the Lehigh Valley Black Diamonds of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball ... The Black Diamonds moved from Newburgh, New York in 1999 and were expected to move into a new ballpark near Easton called the Lehigh Valley Multi-Purpose Sport Complex, but ... While the Black Diamonds waited for their new stadium, they played as a traveling team ...
Atlantic League Of Professional Baseball - Former Teams
... Moved to Can-Am League Lehigh Valley Black Diamonds Quakertown, Pennsylvania Memorial Park 800 1999-2002 Formerly the Newburgh Black Diamonds (1998–1999) ... New Jersey Bears Eagles Riverfront Stadium 6,200 1998–2010 Moved to Can-Am League Newburgh Black Diamonds Newburgh, New York Delano-Hitch Stadium 3,100 1998 ...
Lethbridge Black Diamonds - Team History
... Within their first year, in 1996, the Lethbridge Black Diamonds had the best record going 50-22 before falling in the opening round of the playoffs ... league with the Idaho Falls Braves, but the Black Diamonds fell within the first round of the playoffs ... The last season the Black Diamonds were in Lethbridge they went 43-32 with manage Joe Almaraz ...
Pennsylvania Road Warriors - History - Early History
... The team was founded in 1998 as the Newburgh Black Diamonds and in 2000, moved to Lehigh Valley to be the Lehigh Valley Black Diamonds, based in Quakertown, Pennsylvania ... The Black Diamonds never really had a home field ... amended their charter before the 2000 season forcing all teams to have a home stadium the Black Diamonds played at Memorial Park in Quakertown, Pennsylvania ...

Famous quotes containing the words diamonds and/or black:

    I always see those of whom I have heard well with a slight disappointment. They are so much better than the great herd, and yet the heavens are not shivered into diamonds over their heads.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Quadroon mermaids, Afro angels, black saints
    balanced upon the switchblades of that air
    and sang.
    Robert Earl Hayden (1913–1980)