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Daikyo Dolphins

Daikyo Dolphins
League Australian Baseball League (1989-1999)
Location Gold Coast
Ballpark Carrara Stadium
Year founded 1989–90 (as Gold Coast Clippers)
Nickname(s) Dolphins
League championships 1991–92
Former name(s) Gold Coast Clippers (1989–90)
Former ballparks Palm Meadows (1990–92)
1992–93 19–26 (6th)

The Daikyo Dolphins were formerly the Gold Coast Clippers, a foundation team in the now defunct Australian Baseball League. The Clippers changed their name to the Daikyo Dolphins following the signing of a major sponsorship deal with Japanese real estate development company Daikyo to create one of the strongest teams in ABL history. Daikyo ended its sponsorship of the club due to financial troubles in Australia, and after a season of being known as the Gold Coast Dolphins in 1992/93, the club changed its name again to the East Coast Cougars (later Gold Coast Cougars) as of the 1993/94 season.

History

Season Finish
1990–91 2nd
1991–92 1st
1992–93 6th

See also

External links

  • The Australian Baseball League: 1989–1999


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