Doncaster Baseball Club

Doncaster Dragons Baseball Club
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LeagueBaseball Victoria
LocationDoncaster East, Victoria
BallparkDeep Creek Reserve
Year founded1974
ColorsGreen and gold
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The Doncaster Baseball Club, also known as the Doncaster Dragons is a baseball club based in Doncaster, Victoria and is the third largest club in Australia.

The Dragons currently field 6 senior teams, 3 Women's teams and 6 junior teams in the Baseball Victoria Summer League.

In winter the Dragons field 3 Senior Men's teams and 4 Junior teams in the Melbourne Winter Baseball League


The Doncaster Dragons Baseball Club was formed in 1974 with the merger of the Doncaster United Baseball Club and the former Doncaster Baseball Club. The Doncaster United Baseball Club was formed itself from the amalgamation of the Box Hill Baseball Club and Donvale Baseball Club some years prior.

The club's first president was the late Charles Chasemore, he led the club from 1974-76.

On 9 December 2008 it was named Club of the Year by the Australian Baseball Federation.[1]



Firsts Reserves Thirds Fourths
Division 1 2000/01 (1)
Division 2 1979/80, 1983/84, 2006/07 (3) 1988/89 (1) 1997/98, 2005/06 (2)
Division 3 2003/04 (1) 2003/04 (1) 2003/04 (1)


A grade
B grade 1968 (1)
C grade 1974, 1974 (1), (1)
D grade 2004, 2012 (2)
  • Titles in italics refer to reserves grade


Division 1 2003/04, 2003/04, 2004/05, 2004/05, 2005/06, 2007/08, 2011/12 (5), (2)
Division 2 2007/08, 2009/10 (2)
Division 3 2005/06 (1)
Division 4 2006/07 (1)
  • Titles in italics refer to reserves grade

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