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Based in Bridgewater, New Jersey, The Somerset Patriots are an Atlantic League team. Since the 1998 season, they have played in the South Division of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, not affiliated with Major League Baseball.
The Patriots won the league championship in 2001, setting a league record of 83 wins and 43 losses. They earned the league title in 2003 and 2005. They are the only team in Atlantic League history to win three league championships.
The team plays in Commerce Bank Ballpark (Somerset Ballpark) opened in 1999, after the Patriots spent the 1998 season as a road team. In their first six seasons, the Patriots drew over two million fans, for an average over 5,000 per game, filling an entertainment place in central Jersey.
The name Patriots refers to the Middlebrook military camp where the first official flag of the United States was unfolded, after a law to adopt a national flag had been passed by Congress on June 14, 1777.
The first season for the Somerset Patriots was in 1998, the opening season for the Atlantic League. The Patriots have been the victors of the Atlantic League Championship Series in three seasons, and have been the runner-up in two.
1999: Lost to Bridgeport Bluefish, 3 games to 0, in championship round
2000: Received first-round bye; lost to Nashua Pride, 3 games to 0, in championship round
2001: Received first-round bye; defeated Newark Bears, 3 games to 2, for league championship
2003: Defeated Camden Riversharks, 2 games to 0; defeated Nashua Pride, 3 games to 2, for league championship
2005: Defeated Atlantic City Surf, 2 games to 1; defeated Nashua Pride, 3 games to 0, for league championship
Current uniform colors: White vest with maroon piping and navy blue sleeves for home games and grey for away games. Its mascot is Patriots written across the front and name number on the back, Navy blue hats with a colonial-themed patriot logo. Current logo design: The word Patriots in script in navy blue underlined by a navy blue and silver baseball bat with silver stars. Above is a colonial-themed patriot.
Current mascot: Sparkee the Mascot (1998-present). Current Radio Station: WCTC 1450 AM New Brunswick Radio Play-By-Play: Brian Bender Public Address Announcer: Paul Spychala Backup Public Address Announcer: Alex Silverman2007 Somerset Patriots:
Flag of United States Brian Adams
Flag of United States Jason Anderson
Flag of United States Casey Cahill
Flag of United States Dave Elder
Flag of United States Sam Marsonek
Flag of United States Phil Norton
Flag of United States Brian Reith
Flag of United States Jason Richardson
Flag of United States Chris Rojas
Flag of United States R.D. Spiehs
Flag of United States Saul Solveson
Flag of United States Andy Van Hekken
Flag of United States Travis Anderson
Flag of Cuba Michel Hernandez
Flag of United States Danny Garcia
Flag of United States Todd Leathers
Flag of Dominican Republic Jose Morban
Flag of United States Jeff Nettles
Flag of Dominican Republic Teuris Olivares
Flag of United States Josh Pressley
Flag of United States Elliott Ayala
Flag of United States Pat Boran
Flag of United States Anton French
Flag of United States Noah Hall
Flag of United States Mike Lockwood
42, Jackie Robinson, retired throughout baseball
The Somerset Patriots can be heard on their flagship station WCTC 1450 AM in New Jersey or by listening to their live Internet stream on game days. Brian Bender is the Voice of the Patriots.
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