Highlands Club of New Windsor

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Nick Name Highlands
Earliest Known Date 1858 -- Date is speculative; 1859 at latest
Location New Windsor, NY, United States
Description

"The Newburghs was the name of the first base ball club of a representative character. . . . Their particular rivals were the Highlands, of New Windsor . . . . The ball grounds of the Newburghs were in the field at the corner of South and Johnston Streets. The home plate was in the shade of a willow tree at the south end."

J. Nutt, compiler, Newburgh: Her Institutions, Industries Leading Citizens (Ritchie and Hull, Newburgh, 1891), page 328.

New Windsor NY is about 2 miles south of Newburgh and on the Hudson River. It is about 55 miles N or NYC.

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First in Location New Windsor, NY
Entry Origin Sabrpedia

Win/Loss Records As Far As We Now Know

Warning: Users should not rely on a team's won-loss record as a reflection of its "standing" among all base ball clubs. Team schedules were not balanced, and a good record against mostly weak opponents does not signify a leading club.

Year Games Wins Losses Ties
1858 1 Played 1 Won 0 Lost 0 Tied
1859 1 Played 0 Won 1 Lost 0 Tied

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Page Date City Borough State Team 1 Team 2 Score First in Contributor
Ballgame 1858-11-22 New York Manhattan NY Highlands Club of New Windsor Club of Newburgh 40 - 31 Craig Waff
Ballgame 1859-06-23 Newburgh NY Hudson River Club of Newburgh Highlands Club of New Windsor 28 - 23 Newburgh, NY

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