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Central Association / Iowa State League

Central Association / Iowa State League history Class D 1904-1917 Class C 1947-1949 These two leagues did not operate contiguously: the Iowa State League ran from 1904-1907 and then was renamed the Central Association, which ran from 1908 through 1917. The Central Association, which included some of the cities from the old Iowa State League, […]

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Interstate League (1939-1952)

Interstate League (1939-1952) history Class C 1939 Class B 1940-1952 Teams (in alphabetical order) Allentown Cardinals, 1944-1952 Allentown Dukes, 1939 Allentown Wings, 1940-1943 Bridgeport Bees, 1941 Hagerstown Braves, 1950-1952 Hagerstown Owls, 1941-1949 Harrisburg Senators, 1940-1942, 1946-1952 Hazleton Mountaineers, 1939-1940 Lancaster Red Roses, 1940-1952 Reading Brooks, 1941 Reading Chicks, 1940 Salisbury A’s, 1951 Salisbury Reds, 1952 […]

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Interstate League (1905-1916)

Interstate League (1905-1916) Class D 1905-1908, 1914-1916 Teams (in alphabetical order) Bradford Drillers, 1905-1908, 1914-1916 Coudersport Giants, 1905 DuBois Miners, 1905-1907 Erie Fishermen, 1905, 1908 Erie Sailors, 1906-1907, 1916 Franklin Millionaires, 1907-1908 Hornell Green Sox, 1914 Hornell Maple Leafs, 1915 Hornell Pigmies, 1906 Jamestown Hill Climbers, 1905 Jamestown Giants, 1914 Jamestown Rabbits, 1915 Johnsonburg Johnnies, […]

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Interstate League (1896-1901)

Interstate League (1896-1901) Unaffiliated 1896-1901 This league played under the Western Association name in 1901. Teams (in alphabetical order) Colorado Springs Millionaires, 1901 Columbus, 1899 Columbus Senators, 1900-1901 Dayton Old Soldiers, 1897-1898, 1901 Dayton Veterans, 1899-1900 Fort Wayne Farmers, 1896 Fort Wayne Indians, 1897-1900 Fort Wayne Railroaders, 1901 Grand Rapids, 1901 Grand Rapids Cabinet Makers, […]

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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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