Hudson River League
The Hudson River League operated for three seasons, 1909-12 with teams stretching from Troy, New York southward along the Hudson River Valley down into Paterson, New Jersey.
In the 1909-10 season eight teams competed, and the Troy Trojans with a 24-4 season record edged out the Paterson Crescents with a 23-5 season record for the league championship. The 1910-11 season saw the Trojans and Crescents again battle for the league title, the Trojans coming out on top once again with a 29-10 record to the Crescents 26-11 record. In the last season, the Trentons dropped out before the season was over, and the league title was won by the Kingston Company M team.
Hudson River Champions, 1910-1912
|1909-10 Season||W||L! Pct.|
|Kingston Wild Cats||14||13||.519|
|Yonkers Fourth Separates||13||14||.481|
|Poukeepsie Bridge Jumpers||6||8||.250|
|Newburgh Rose Buds||2||26||.071|
|1910-11 Season||W||L! Pct.|
|Yonkers Fourth Separates||18||17||.514|
|Newburgh Company E||16||23||.410|
- The Poughkeepsie Bridge Jumpers were replaced by the Schenectady Indians
who assumed Poughkeepsie's 0-6 league record. Schenectady dropped out before the season ended.
|1911-12 Season||W||L! Pct.|
|Kingston Company M||14||8||.636|
|Newburgh Bizzy Issies||14||9||.609|
|White Plains Lambs*||8||8||.500|
|Yonkers Fourth Separates***||3||16||.158|
|*White Plains dropped out
|**Trenton dropped out
|***Yonkers dropped out