New England Teams, 1871-1918

Team League Nicknames Park
Boston NA Red Stockings, 1871-1882 South End Grounds
" NL Beaneaters, 1883-1906
Doves, 1907-1910
Rustlers, 1911
South End Grounds (plus Congress Street Grounds in 1894)
" " Braves, 1912-1952 South End Grounds, 1912-1914
Fenway Park, 1914-1915
Braves Field, 1915-1952
Boston AL Somersets, 1901-1902
Americans, 1903-1907
Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds
" " Red Sox, 1908- Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds, 1908-1911
Fenway Park 1912-
Boston UA Unions, 1884 Union Park (Dartmouth Grounds)
Boston NCL Resolutes, 1887 South End Grounds
Boston PL Reds, 1890 Congress Street Grounds
" AA Reds, 1891 "
Worcester NL Ruby Legs, 1880-1882 Agricultural County Fair Grounds
Hartford NA Dark Blues, 1874-1875 Hartford Ball Club Grounds
" NL Dark Blues, 1876 "
Middletown NA Mansfields, 1872 Mansfield Club Grounds
New Haven NA Elm Citys, 1875 Howard Avenue Grounds
Providence NL Grays, 1878-1885 Messer Street Grounds

Notes: Boston NA/NL: Known unofficially as the Nationals, Red Caps, Reds, Seleemen, and Triumvirs.
Boston AL: Unofficial nicknames included Beaneaters, Collinsmen, Pilgrims, Plymouth Rocks, Puritans, and Speedboys.
Worcester NL: Unofficial nicknames included Brown Stockings and No-Names.
New Haven NA: Also called the New Havens.

Titles
Boston: World Series: 1914; NA Pennants: 1872-1875; NL Pennants: 1877, 1878, 1883, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1897, 1898, 1914
Boston: World Series: 1903, 1912, 1915, 1915, 1918; AL Pennants: 1903, 1904, 1912, 1915, 1915, 1918
Boston: PL Pennant: 1890; AA Pennant: 1891
Providence: World Series: 1884; NL Pennants: 1879, 1884


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