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Copper Country Soo League

Copper Country Soo League history Class D 1905 Most of these teams ended up merging with Northern League teams in the Northern Copper League for the 1906 and 1907 seasons. Teams (in alphabetical order) Calumet Aristocrats, 1905 Hancock Infants, 1905 Lake Linden Lakers, 1905 Sault Ste. Marie Soos, 1905

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Connecticut League / Eastern Association

Connecticut League / Eastern Association history Unclassified 1899-1901 Class D 1902-1904 Class B 1905-1914 This league was officially named the Connecticut State League, though most referred to it as the Connecticut League. It played under the Connecticut League name in 1899-1912 and under the Eastern Association name in 1913 and 1914. Teams (in alphabetical order) […]

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Colonial League (1947-1950)

Colonial League (1947-1950) Class B 1947-1950 Teams (in alphabetical order) Bridgeport Bees, 1947-1950 Bristol Owls, 1949-1950 Kingston Colonials, 1949-1950 Kingston Hubs, 1948 New Brunswick Hubs, 1948 New London Raiders, 1947 Poughkeepsie Chiefs, 1947-1950 Port Chester Clippers, 1947-1948 Stamford Bombers, 1947 Stamford Pioneers, 1948-1949 Torrington Braves, 1950 Waterbury Timers, 1947-1950

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Colonial League (1914-1915)

Colonial League (1914-1915) history Class C 1914 Independent 1915 Teams (in alphabetical order) Brockton Shoemakers, 1914-1915 Fall River Spindles, 1914-1915 Hartford Senators, 1915 New Bedford Whalers, 1914-1915 New Haven MaxFeds, 1915 Pawtucket Rovers, 1915 Pawtucket Tigers, 1914 Springfield Tips, 1915 Taunton Herrings, 1914-1915 Woonsocket Speeders, 1914

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Coastal Plain League (1937-1952)

Coastal Plain League (1937-1952) history Class D 1937-1941, 1946-1952 Teams (in alphabetical order) Ayden Aces, 1937-1938 Goldsboro Cardinals, 1950-1951 Goldsboro Goldbugs, 1937-1941, 1946-1949 Goldsboro Jets, 1952 Greenville Greenies, 1937-1941, 1946-1949 Greenville Robins, 1950-1951 Edenton Colonials, 1952 Fayetteville Cubs, 1946 Kinston Eagles, 1937-1941, 1946-1952 New Bern Bears, 1937-1941, 1946-1952 Roanoke Rapids Jays, 1947-1952 Rocky Mount Leafs, […]

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Central Texas League

Central Texas League history Class D 1914-1917 This league was also known as the Central Texas Trolley League. Teams (in alphabetical order) Corsicana Athletics, 1914-1915, 1917 Ennis Tigers, 1914-1917 Kaufman Kings, 1915 Hillsboro, 1914 Italy, 1914 Marlin Marlins, 1916-1917 Mexia Gassers, 1915-1917 Temple Governors, 1916-1917 Terrell Cubs, 1915 Terrell Terrors, 1916 Waxahachie Athletics, 1915-1916 Waxahachie […]

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Central League (1900)

Central League (1900) Unaffiliated 1900 This league was the successor of the Western Association. Teams (in alphabetical order) Bloomington Blues, 1900 Danville Champions, 1900 Decatur Commodores, 1900 Jacksonville Reds, 1900 Peoria Distillers, 1900 Springfield Reds, 1900 Terre Haute Hottentots, 1900

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Central League (1903-1951)

Central League (1903-1951) Class B 1903-1917, 1920-1922, 1928-1930, 1932, 1934 Class C 1926 Class A 1948-1951 In 1926, this league merged midseason with the Michigan State League and played under that name for the remainder of the season. Teams (in alphabetical order) Akron Rubbermen, 1912 Akron Tyrites, 1928-1929, 1932 Anderson Orphans, 1903 Canton Chinamen, 1906-1907 […]

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Central Interstate League

Central Interstate League history Unaffiliated 1888-1889 Teams (in alphabetical order) Bloomington Reds, 1888 Burlington Babies, 1889 Crawfordsville Hoosiers, 1888 Danville Browns, 1888 Davenport, 1888-1889 Decatur, 1888 Dubuque, 1888 Evansville Hoosiers, 1889 Lafayette, 1888 Peoria Canaries, 1889 Peoria Reds, 1888 Quincy Ravens, 1889 Rockford, 1888 Springfield Senators, 1889 Terre Haute Hoosiers, 1888

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