Current Atlantic League franchises 1 July 2013
|Lancaster Barnstormers||Lancaster, Pennsylvania||Clipper Magazine Stadium||2003||2005|
|Somerset Patriots||Bridgewater, New Jersey||TD Bank Ballpark||1998||1998|
|Sugar Land Skeeters||Sugar Land, Texas||Constellation Field||2010||2012|
|York Revolution||York, Pennsylvania||Sovereign Bank Stadium||2006||2007|
|Bridgeport Bluefish||Bridgeport, Connecticut||The Ballpark at Harbor Yard||1997||1998|
|Camden Riversharks||Camden, New Jersey||Campbell's Field||1999||2001|
|Long Island Ducks||Central Islip, New York||Bethpage Ballpark||1998||2000|
|Southern Maryland Blue Crabs||Waldorf, Maryland||Regency Furniture Stadium||2006||2008|
Further expansion as 1 July 2013Edit
Fort Worth, Texas: Opening Day Partners is exploring the possibility of renovating LaGrave Field, currently home to the Fort Worth Cats of the United Baseball League, on par with their other ballparks and for an expansion team to join the Atlantic League's upcoming Western Division. If completed, the Fort Worth Atlantic League franchise would play possibly in the 2015 season and be the first Texas-based rival of the Sugar Land Skeeters.[[|]][[|]]
Fredericksburg, Virginia: Bob Hagan, the former president of the Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce, is working with Opening Day Partners to study the impact of a ballpark in the Washington, D.C. suburb. Since Fredericksburg is close to the Potomac Nationals Single-A franchise in Woodbridge, Virginia, they would be required to pursue independent baseball instead of affiliated.[[|]]
Malden, Massachusetts: Boston Baseball Field of Dreams, LLC plans to privately invest $51 million toward a 6,500-seat ballpark in Malden. It is tenatively proposed for a site bound by Commercial, Centre, Canal, and Charles Streets and will include locker rooms for the Malden High School baseball teams.[[|]]
Virginia Beach, Virginia: Virginia Beach Professional Baseball, LLC has been granted conditional approval for an expansion team provided it can secure financing to build a 6,000-seat stadium near the Virginia Beach Sportsplex.[[|]]
|Loudoun Hounds||Ashburn, Virginia||Edelman Financial Field||2010||2014|
History of the Atlantic League since 1998
1998 Atlantic City, NJ, Bridgeport Ct, Bridewater NJ, Nashua NH, Newark NJ, Newburgh NY
1999 Bethlehem Pa enter the leage and Newburgh has left the league
2000 Aberdeen Md and Central Islip NY Enter the league.
2001 Camden NJ enetr the league and Aberdeen has left the league.
2002 Road Team-Pennsylvania enter the league and Bethlehem has left the league
2003 No Teams enter or left the league.
2004 No Teams enter or left the league.
2005 Lancaster Pa enter the leage and the Road Team-Pennsylvania left the league.
2006 Road Team-Road Warriors enter the league and nashu has left the league
2007 York Pa enter the league and Atlantic City has left the league
2008 Waldorf Md enter the league and the Road Team-Road Warriors has left the league.
2009 No Teams enter or left the league.
2010 No Teams enter or left the league.
2011 Road Team-Road Warriors enter the league and Newark has left the league
2012 Sugar Land Tx enter the league and and the Road Team-Road Warriors has left the league
2013 No Teams enter or left the league
2014 No Teams enter or left the league
2015 No Teams enter or left the league
2016 No Teams enter or left the league
2017 No Teams enter or left the league