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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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Central California League

Central California League history Class D 1910-1911 Teams (in alphabetical order) Alameda Alerts, 1910-1911 Alameda Monday Models, 1911 Berkeley Basches, 1910 Berkeley Clarions, 1911 Elmhurst, 1910 Elmhurst Carroll Tildens, 1911 Fruitvale, 1910 Fruitvale Alerts, 1910 Fruitvale Travelers, 1911 Hayward Cubs, 1911 Healdsburg Grapevines, 1910 Napa, 1910 Oakland Basches, 1910 Oakland Emory Arms, 1911 Petaluma Incubators, […]

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Carolina League

The Carolina League began life after World War II as a North Carolina-based circuit but had expanded past the confines of the state by the 1980s. Today the league stretches from suburban Maryland and Virginia to South Carolina and Delaware. Class C / 1945-1948 Class B / 1949-1962High Class A / 1963-present Current TeamsFrederick KeysKinston […]

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Carolina Association

Carolina Association history Class D 1908-1912 This league was the predecessor of the North Carolina State League. Teams (in alphabetical order) Anderson Electricians, 1908-1912 Charlotte Hornets, 1908-1912 Greensboro Champs, 1908-1910 Greensboro Patriots, 1911-1912 Greenville Spinners, 1908-1912 Spartanburg Red Sox, 1912 Spartanburg Spartans, 1908-1911 Winston-Salem Twins, 1908-1912

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Canadian-American League

Canadian-American League history Class C 1936-1942, 1946-1951 This is the original Canadian-American League. The current Can-Am Association (usually referred to as the Can-Am League) is a successor to the independent Northeast League. Teams (in alphabetical order) Amsterdam Rugmakers, 1938-1942, 1946-1951 Auburn Bouleys, 1938 Auburn Colts, 1940 Brockville Blues, 1937 Brockville Pirates, 1936 Cornwall Bisons, 1938 […]

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Canadian League

Canadian League Unclassified 1899-1900 Class D 1905, 1911 Class C 1912-1913 Class B 1914-1915 This league was known as the International League in 1900. Teams (in alphabetical order) Berlin Busy Bees, 1912-1913 Berlin Green Sox, 1911 Brantford Indians, 1905 Brantford Red Sox, 1911-1915 Chatham Reds, 1899-1900 Erie Yankees, 1914 Grand Rapids Boers, 1900 Guelph Maple […]

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California League (1887-1909)

California League (1887-1909) Unaffiliated 1887-1889, 1891, 1893, 1899-1901 Independent 1902, 1907-1909 Teams (in alphabetical order) Alameda Encinals, 1908 Alameda Grays, 1907 Fresno Raisin Growers, 1909 Fresno Tigers, 1908 Los Angeles, 1902 Los Angeles Angels, 1893, 1901 Oakland Clamdiggers, 1902 Oakland Colonels, 1889, 1891, 1893 Oakland Commuters, 1901, 1907-1908 Oakland Dudes, 1899-1900 Oakland G&Ms, 1887-1888 Oakland […]

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