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Oklahoma State League

Oklahoma State League history Class D 1912, 1922-1924 Teams (in alphabetical order) Anadarko Indians, 1912 Ardmore Bearcats, 1924 Blackwell Gassers, 1924 Bristow Producers, 1923-1924 Chickasha Chicks, 1922 Clinton Bulldogs, 1922-1923 Cushing Refiners, 1923-1924 Drumright Boosters, 1923 Duncan Oilers, 1922-1924 El Reno Railroaders, 1922-1923 Guthrie, 1912, 1922-1924 Holdenville Hitters, 1912 McAlester, 1924 McAlester Miners, 1912 Muskogee […]

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Oklahoma-Kansas League

Oklahoma-Kansas League history Class D 1908 This league is the successor to the Oklahoma-Arkansas-Kansas (OAK) League. Teams (in alphabetical order) Bartlesville Boosters, 1908 Independence Jewelers, 1908 Iola Champs, 1908 McAlester Miners, 1908 Muskogee Redskins, 1908 Tulsa Oilers, 1908

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Oklahoma-Arkansas-Kansas (OAK) League

Oklahoma-Arkansas-Kansas (OAK) League Class D 1907 This league is the predecessor to the Oklahoma-Kansas League. Teams (in alphabetical order) Bartlesville Boosters, 1907 Coffeyville Glassblowers, 1907 Fort Smith Soldiers, 1907 Independence Champs, 1907 McAlester Miners, 1907 Muskogee Redskins, 1907 Parsons Preachers, 1907 Tulsa Oilers, 1907

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Ohio State League

Ohio State League history Class D 1908-1916, 1936-1941, 1944-1947 Teams (in alphabetical order) Charleston Senators, 1913-1916 Chillicothe Babes, 1913-1915, 1916 Chillicothe Infants, 1910-1912 Dayton Indians, 1946-1947 Findlay Browns, 1937-1938, 1941 Findlay Oilers, 1939-1940 Fostoria Cardinals, 1936 Fostoria Red Birds, 1937-1941 Frankfort Old Taylors, 1915-1916 Fremont Green Sox, 1938-1941 Fremont Reds, 1936-1938 Hamilton Maroons, 1913 Hamilton […]

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Ohio-Pennsylvania League

Ohio-Pennsylvania League history Class C 1905-1911 Class D 1912 Teams (in alphabetical order) Akron Buckeyes, 1905 Akron Champs, 1907-1911 Akron Rubbernecks, 1906 Alliance-Sebring Twins, 1912 Braddock Infants, 1905 Bridgeport Giants, 1912 Butler Sailors, 1908 Canton Deubers, 1910-1911 Canton Watchmakers, 1908-1909 Connellsville Cokers, 1912 East Liverpool Potters, 1908-1912 Erie Sailors, 1908-1911 Fairmont Fairies, 1912 Girard Sailors, […]

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Ohio-Indiana League

Ohio-Indiana League history Class D 1948-1951 Teams (in alphabetical order) Lima Chiefs, 1949 Lima Phillies, 1950-1951 Lima Terriers, 1948 Marion Cubs, 1948 Marion Red Sox, 1949-1951 Muncie Reds, 1948-1950 Newark Yankees, 1948-1951 Portsmouth A’s, 1948-1950 Richmond Roses, 1948 Richmond Tigers, 1949-1951 Springfield Giants, 1948-1951 Zanesville Dodgers, 1948 Zanesville Indians, 1949-1950

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Kansas-Oklahoma-Missouri (KOM) League

Kansas-Oklahoma-Missouri (KOM) League history Class D 1946-1952 Teams (in alphabetical order) Bartlesville Oilers, 1946-1947 Bartlesville Pirates, 1948-1952 Blackwell Broncos, 1952 Carthage Cardinals, 1946-1948 Carthage Cubs, 1949-1951 Chanute Athletics, 1947, 1949-1950 Chanute Giants, 1948 Chanute Owls, 1946 Independence Browns, 1952 Independence Yankees, 1947-1950 Iola Cubs, 1946-1947 Iola Indians, 1948-1952 Miami Blues, 1946 Miami Eagles, 1950-1952 Miami […]

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Kansas State League

Kansas State League history Class D 1905-1906, 1909-1911 This is the original Kansas State League. The Central Kansas League ran for 1908-1912 and then assumed the name of the Kansas State League for 1913 and 1914. Teams (in alphabetical order) Arkansas City Grays, 1910 Arkansas City-Winfield Twins, 1909 Bartlesville Indians, 1906 Chanute Browns, 1906 Cherryville […]

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Iowa-South Dakota League

Iowa-South Dakota League history Class D 1902-1903 Teams (in alphabetical order) Council Bluffs Bluffers, 1903 Flandreau Indians, 1902 Le Mars Blackbirds, 1902-1903 Rock Rapids Browns, 1902 Sheldon, 1902 Sheldon-Primghar Hyphens, 1903 Sioux City Cornhuskers, 1902 Sioux City Soos, 1903 Sioux Falls Canaries, 1902-1903

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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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