York’s minor league history

Year-by-year

2007 to present — York Revolution (independent), Atlantic League

1970 to 2006 — no team

1969 — York Pirates (Pittsburgh Pirates), Class AA Eastern League

1968 — York Pirates (Pirates), Class AA Eastern League

1967 — York White Roses (Washington Senators), Class AA Eastern League

1966 — York White Roses (Senators), Class AA Eastern League

1965 — York White Roses (Senators), Class AA Eastern League

1964 — York White Roses (Senators), Class AA Eastern League

1963 — York White Roses (Senators), Class AA Eastern League

1962 — York White Roses (Boston Red Sox), Class AA Eastern League

1960-61 — no team

1959 — York White Roses (St. Louis Cardinals), Class A Eastern League

1958 — York White Roses (Cardinals), Class A Eastern League

1956-57 — no team

1955 — York White Roses (Baltimore Orioles), Class B Piedmont League

1954 — York White Roses (Orioles), Class B Piedmont League

1953 — York White Roses (St. Louis Browns), Class B Piedmont League

1952 — York White Roses (Browns), Class B Interstate League

1951 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B Interstate League

1950 — York White Roses (Pittsburgh Pirates), Class B Interstate League

1949 — York White Roses (Pirates), Class B Interstate League

1948 — York White Roses (Pirates), Class B Interstate League

1947 — York White Roses (Pirates), Class B Interstate League

1946 — York White Roses (Pirates), Class B Interstate League

1945 — York White Roses (Pirates), Class B Interstate League

1944 — York White Roses (Pirates), Class B Interstate League

1943 — York White Roses (Pirates), Class B Interstate League

1941-42 — no team

1940 — York Bees (Boston Braves), Class B Interstate League

1937-39 — no team

1936 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B New York-Pennsylvania League; team moved to Trenton on July 2

1934-35 — no team

1933 — York White Roses (Brooklyn Dodgers), Class B New York-Pennsylvania League

1932 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B New York-Pennsylvania League

1931 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B New York-Pennsylvania League

1930 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B New York-Pennsylvania League

1929 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B New York-Pennsylvania League

1928 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B New York-Pennsylvania League

1927 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B New York-Pennsylvania League

1926 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B New York-Pennsylvania League

1925 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B New York-Pennsylvania League

1924 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B New York-Pennsylvania League

1923 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B New York-Pennsylvania League

1915-22 — no team

1914 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B Tri-State League; team moved to Lancaster on July 8

1913 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B Tri-State League

1912 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B Tri-State League

1911 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B Tri-State League

1910 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B Tri-State League

1909 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B Tri-State League

1908 — no team

1907 — York White Roses (no affiliation), Class B Tri-State League; team moved to Reading July 24

1906 — York White Roses (no affiliation), no-classification, independent, Tri-State League

1905 — York White Roses (no affiliation), no-classification, independent, Tri-State League

1904 — York Penn Parks (no affiliation), no-classification, independent, Tri-State League

1894-1903 — no team

1893 — York White Roses, Pennsylvania State League

1885-1892 — no team

1884 — York White Roses, Eastern League; York joined the league July 18, taking the spot vacated when the Harrisburg Olympics disbanded (July 4)

1884 — York White Roses, Keystone Association — association disbanded after Lancaster folded (June 7) and Chester stopped operations (June 2)

Source: The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball

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