Buffalo Bisons

The Buffalo Bisons are a minor league baseball team based in Buffalo, New York. They currently play in the International League (IL) and are the Triple-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays beginning in 2013. The Bisons play at Coca-Cola Field in downtown Buffalo.

The current incarnation of the Bisons was founded in 1979, when Buffalo ownership interests purchased the Jersey City A's of the Double-A Eastern League and moved the team to the city.

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Buffalo Bisons - Media/game Broadcasts
... All Bisons games can be heard on WWKB-AM in Buffalo and many games are televised on Time Warner Cable SportsNet throughout Western New York ... Also, Buffalo Bisons games are sometimes aired on SportsNet New York, which is co-owned by Time Warner Cable and the New York Mets (as well as Comcast) ... Jim Rosenhaus), a Bisons broadcaster for 11 years, is now a Cleveland Indians broadcaster ...
Buffalo Bisons (PL)
... The Buffalo Bisons of 1890 were a member of the short-lived Players' League ... Famed deaf player Dummy Hoy played for the 1890 Bisons, as did two players who appeared in the previous NL incarnation of the Bisons, Jack Rowe and Deacon White ... The PL Bisons were an outlaw franchise that played concurrently with the minor league Buffalo Bisons and apparently used the stock Bisons name without the permission of the legitimate team the legitimate Bisons ...
John D. Chick Trophy - Winners - West Division Champions (1962-1973)
... Clippers 2 1970–71 Baltimore Clippers 1 1969–70 Buffalo Bisons 3 1968–69 Buffalo Bisons 2 1967–68 Rochester Americans 3 1966–67 Pittsburgh Hornets 2 1965–66 Rochester Americans 2 1964–65 Rochester ...
1878 Major League Baseball Season - Events - October–December
... October 2 – The Buffalo Bisons of the International League defeat the National League champion Boston Red Caps behind the pitching of Pud Galvin ... Buffalo will become a member of the National League in 1879 ... October 8 – The Buffalo Bisons defeat Utica and lay claim to the International Association pennant as well ...
Sam Crane (second Baseman)
... As Player Buffalo Bisons (1880) New York Metropolitans (1883) Cincinnati Outlaw Reds (1884) Detroit Wolverines (1885–1886) St ... New York Giants (1890) Pittsburg Alleghenys (1890) As Manager Buffalo Bisons (1880) Cincinnati Outlaw Reds (1884) Samuel Newhall Crane (January 2 ... During two of those seasons, he acted as a player-manager, once for the 1880 Buffalo Bisons of the National League and the 1884 Cincinnati Outlaw Reds ...

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