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International League

The International League has its roots in 1885’s New York State League, which served as a starting point for 1886’s International Association. The league was known by several different names in its early days — Eastern Association (1891), Eastern League (1892-1911), and New International League (1918-1919) — and served as a Class AAA league for […]

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Eastern League

The Eastern League began life as the New York-Pennsylvania League, which ran from 1923-1937; this league took on the Eastern League name in 1938. (This is not to be confused with the current New York-Pennsylvania League, which took its current name in 1939; it was known better by its informal name of PONY League between […]

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Ray Winder Field / Arkansas Travelers

Ray Winder Field, the former home of the Arkansas Travelers, is a 1932 gem. FAST FACTS Year Opened: 1932 Capacity: 6,083 Dimensions: 330L, 390C, 345R Playing Surface: Grass Website: League: Texas League (Class AA) Parking: Abundant free parking. Address/Directions: Ray Winder Field at War Memorial Stadium. The stadium complex is north of downtown Little […]

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