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Minor league seasons

Page history last edited by Mischa Gelman 3 years, 12 months ago
           
Filename  Description Credit Date Size Comments
aaastar.zip AAA All Star Teams Mischa Gelman June 21 2005 22 KB Now including all 16 teams from the inaugural '88 AAA All Star game through '95.
2010il.zip 2010 International League (AAA) Pat Senechal Sept 21 2010 25 kB Includes series file.
2010tl.zip 2010 Texas League (AA) Pat Senechal Nov 8 2010 14 kB Includes series file.
2009east.zip 2009 Eastern League (AA) Pat Senechal Sept 20 2009 21 KB Includes series, but not schedule file. 
2008atll.zip 2008 Atlantic League (Ind.) Pat Senechal Sept 27 2009 14 KB Includes series, but not schedule file.
2006IL.ZIP 2006 International League (AAA) J. Wisenberg

Feb 25

2007

28 KB

Kevin Witt leads the minor leagues this year with 36 home runs. Top prospects include Delmon Young, Lastings Milledge.

 

2006pcl.zip 2006 Pacific Coast League (AAA) J. Wisenberg

Feb 25

2007

32 KB Top prospects include Stephen Drew, Jered Weaver, Matt Kemp, Andy LaRoche, Howie Kendrick, Jason Hirsh, Felix Pie 
2005mex.zip 2005 Mexican League (AAA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007  

35 KB Javier Robles, Felix Jose, Francisco Campos
2005atll.zip  2005 Atlantic League (Ind.) Pat Senechal Sept 29 2009 13 KB Includes series, but not schedule file.
1994mmct.zip 1994 Mexican League (AAA) Mischa Gelman May 3 2005 36 KB Francisco Montano goes 19-1, the best record in a minor league season in 29 years. Also featuring Fernando Valenzuela, Francisco Cordova, Ricardo Rincon.
94aa.zip 1994 American Association (AAA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007  

22 KB Featuring Ray Durham, Glenn Davis, Tim Wakefield, Dwayne Hosey.
94caroli.zip 1994 Carolina League (A) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007  

18 KB Featuring Jason Kendall, Eric Chavez, Trot Nixon, Johnny Damon, Mike Cameron, Larry Sutton. Highlight: Mike Jirschele is the first class A manager to be named Minor League Manager of the Year by The Sporting News
1994IL.zip 1994 International League (AAA) Mischa Gelman January 12 2015 23 KB Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Carlos Delgado, Shawn Green. Highlight: Jeff Manto becomes the first IL MVP in 57 years to play for multiple teams that year.
94south.zip 1994 Southern League (AA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007  

22 KB Michael Jordan, Alex Rodriguez, Dave Righetti, Jason Giambi, Jason Schmidt. Highlight: Michael Jordan plays a year of minor league ball (and future Heisman Trophy winner Chris Weinke to boot!)
1990SL.zip 1990 Southern League (AA) Mischa Gelman Sep 22 2016 21 KB Frank Thomas, Vinny Castilla, Jerry Reuss, Pat Hentgen, Chuck Knoblauch. Highlight: A league-record five no-hitters are thrown.
88AAIL.zip 1988 American Association/International League Alliance (AAA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007 

29 KB Randy Johnson, Norm Charlton, John Smoltz, Steve Finley, Lonnie Smith. Highlight: Buffalo becomes the 2nd minor-league team to draw a million fans in a season.
88sal.zip 1988 South Atlantic League (A) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007  

23 KB Derek Bell, Moises Alou, Eric Anthony, Mike Timlin
88pion.zip 1988 Pioneer League (Rookie) Paul Goodson August 31 2015 76 KB 30 future MLB players including: Reggie Sanders, Jeff Frye, Jose Offerman,
Roger Pavlik, Robb Nen, Eric Karros, Troy O'Leary, Tony Tarasco, and Steve Reed
88pcl.zip 1988 Pacific Coast League (AAA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007  

20 KB Edgar Martinez, Craig Biggio, Bill Krueger, Sandy Alomar Jr., Roberto Alomar
88east.zip 1988 Eastern League (AA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007

18 KB Ken Griffey Jr., Curt Schilling, Chris Hoiles, Rob Richie
88caroli.zip 1988 Carolina League (A) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007

20 KB Bernie Williams, Albert Belle, Kent Mercker
88fsl.zip 1988 Florida State League (A) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007  

29 KB Sammy Sosa, Juan Gonzalez, Tuffy Rhodes, Kevin Appier, Jeff Conine, Masahiro Yamamoto, Aguedo Vasquez
88nypenn.zip 1988 New York-Penn League (A) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007  

22 KB Kenny Lofton, Luis Gonzalez, Tim Wakefield, Marquis Grissom, Todd Hundley, Dan Freed
88appal.zip 1988 Appalachian League (Rookie) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007

19 KB Steve Avery, Rich Garces, Vince Zawaski
88gcl.zip 1988 Gulf Coast League (Rookie) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007 

21 KB Javy Lopez, Darryl Kile, Deion Sanders. Highlight: Darrin Campbell leads the league in runs despite hitting .175.
1986il.zip 1986 International League (AAA) Mischa Gelman May 3 2005 19 KB Fred McGriff, Tom Glavine, Randy Myers, Cecil Fielder. Dale Holman doubles twice in one game
1986aa.zip 1986 American Association (AAA) Mischa Gelman May 3 2005 19 KB Greg Maddux, Barry Larkin, David Cone, Jeff Montgomery, Kevin Seitzer, Pete Filson.
1986pcl.zip 1986 Pacific Coast League (AAA) Mischa Gelman May 3 2005 22 KB Barry Bonds, Mark McGwire, Benito Santiago, Mike Jackson, Tim Pyznarski
86mex.zip 1986 Mexican League (AAA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007  

29 KB Willie Aikens, Nick Castaneda, Jack Pierce, German Jiminez. Highlight: Practically every offensive record in Liga history is set thanks to the use of the lively Comando ball.
1983SAL.zip 1983 South Atlantic League (A) Mischa Gelman

July 22

2014

21 KB Fred McGriff, Randy Myers, Cecil Fielder, Jose Mesa. Highlight: Vince Coleman sets a minor league record with 145 steals despite missing 32 games with a thumb injury.
1982PCL.zip 1982 Pacific Coast League (AAA) Mischa Gelman November 5 2014 19 KB Tony Gwynn Sr., Orel Hershiser, John Franco, Brian Harper. Highlights: Ron Kittle hits 50 home runs; no minor leaguer (as of 2014) has since hit 50.
80aa.zip 1980 Amercian Association (AAA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007

20 KB Tim Raines Sr., Lee Smith, Randy Bass, Tim Wallach. Highlights: Denver has one of the best seasons in AA history. Hub Kittle becomes the oldest man ever to pitch in a minor league game
78il.zip 1978 International League (AAA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007

17 KB Mike Easler, Mike Scott, John Tudor, Gary Ward, Danny Ainge.
1978pcl.zip 1978 Pacific Coast League (AAA) Mischa Gelman June 15 2005 23 KB Bob Welch, Pedro Guerrero, Jeffrey Leonard, Willie Aikens, Danny Darwin. Highlight: No one claims the championship as the playoffs are called after poor weather cancels some games.
78east.zip 1978 Eastern League (AA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007

16 KB Rickey Henderson, Wade Boggs, Bruce Hurst, Steve Schneck.
78texas.zip 1978 Texas League (AA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007

18 KB Lee Smith, Jeff Reardon, Dave Righetti. Highlight: Righetti fans 21 in a game, the league record for a 9-inning contest.
1978 Northwest.zip 1978 Northwest League Tom O'Toole Apr 16 2014 17 KB Pitchers Fran Hirschy (1.99 ERA) and Dave Jannusch (13-1) led the independent Grays Harbor Loggers to the 1978 Northwest League championship.  Boise's Nick Belmonte stole 52 bases in this 72-game season and led the league in runs and hits.  Twenty-two future major-leaguers played in this league.
78pio.zip 1978 Pioneer League (Rookie) Larry Ryall

Feb 17

2007  

14 KB Ryne Sandberg, Julio Franco, George Bell, Steve Sax. Highlight: Gary Redus hits .462, almost a 100-point lead on the runner-up in average. He also led in hits, runs, OBP, slugging and steals and was second in walks, homers and doubles. One of the greatest Rookie League seasons ever.
76il.zip 1976 International League (AAA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007

17 KB Eddie Murray, Dale Murphy, Dennis Martinez, Joe Lis Sr.
74il.zip 1974 International League (AAA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007

18 KB Jim Rice, Gary Carter, Fred Lynn. Highlight: Rice wins the Triple Crown. Steve Blass hits rock bottom.
1973NYP.zip 1973 NYP League (A) Larry Ryall Mar 18 2007 14 KB Robin Yount's first season in Organized Baseball
1970AA.zip 1970 American Association (AAA) Mischa Gelman July 7 2015 19 KB Bert Blyleven, Ted Simmons, Cesar Cedeno, Jerry Reuss, Chris Chambliss, Vida Blue, Mike Marshall. Highlight: 48-year-old player-coach Art Fowler ties for the league lead in saves and posts a 1.59 ERA.
69aa.zip 1969 American Association (AAA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007

16 KB Ted Simmons, John Mayberry, Bob Watson, Hal McRae, Jerry Reuss, Bernie Carbo, Dave Concepcion, Gary Nolan. Highlight: The AA is reborn after a 6-year hiatus with 6 teams and quite a few candidates for the mythical Hall of the Very Good.
66mex.zip 1966 Mexican League (AA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 17

2007

20 KB Warren Spahn, Minnie Minoso, Hector Espino. Highlight: Jesus Lopez fans 309 batters, shattering the old Mexican League record of 235.
57pcl.zip 1957 Pacific Coast League (Open) Mischa Gelman/Stephen Davis

Feb 18

2007

2630 KB Dick Stuart, Maury Wills, Mudcant Grant. Highlight: Leo Kiely wins a record 20 games as a reliever.
1957aa.zip 1957 American Association (AAA) Mischa Gelman May 3 2005 19 KB Bob Gibson, Orlando Cepeda, Johnny Romano, Don McMahon, Norm Siebern. Highlight: Rance Pless hits 4 grand slams in his first 33 days with the Denver Bears.
57evan.zip 1957 Evangeline League (C) Mischa Gelman

Feb 18

2007

11 KB Bill Pleis, Dan Pfister, Bob Riesener, Claude Horn. Highlight: Bob Riesener goes 20-0, an Organized Baseball all-time record.
1957Cal.zip 1957 California League (D) Mischa Gelman Jan 20 2015 16 KB Vada Pinson, Johnny Callison, Bruce Edwards. Highlights: Fran Boniar hits a Cal League-record .436, Pinson ties the league record of 209 hits and Bill Dial tosses a record 40 straight shutout innings.
56pcl.zip 1956 Pacific Coast League

Mischa Gelman

Stephen Davis  

March 19

2007  

24 KB Bill Mazeroski, Vern Stephens, Rocky Colavito. Highlight: Steve Bilko challenges Tony Lazzeri's PCL home run record of 60.
1956tx.zip 1956 Texas League (AA) UD May 25 2005 14 KB Brooks Robinson, Dixie Walker, Jim Gentile. Highlight: Ken Guettler hits a AA-record 62 homers.
56west.zip 1956 Western League (A) Mischa Gelman

Feb 18

2007 

19 KB Dick Stuart, Maury Wills, Sammy Taylor, Larry Sherry, Art Cuitti. Highlight: Dick Stuart cracks 66 homers, the record for a class A league.
1956 Southwestern.zip 1956 Southwestern League (B) Tom O'Toole May 29 2012 7 KB Forrest (Frosty) Kennedy 60 home runs.  Len Tucker hit .404 with 51 homers.  Joe Bauman
1955sa.zip 1955 Southern Association (AA) Mischa Gelman May 8 2005 15 KB Luis Aparicio, Jim Gentile, Bob Purkey, Earl Weaver. Highlight: Jerome Dahlke leads the league with 19 wins despite getting just 2 starts.
54pcl.zip 1954 Pacific Coast League (Open) Mischa Gelman/Stephen Davis

Feb 19

2007

23 KB Bob Elliott, Luke Easter, Dale Long, Tommy Byrne. Highlight: A late rally by San Diego forces a one-game playoff with Hollywood for the title.
54AA.zip 1954 American Association (AAA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 19

2007

18 KB Rocky Colavito, Herb Score, George Crowe. Highlight: Herb Score has the greatest strikeout season in AA history.
1954west.zip 1954 Western League (Class A) Mischa Gelman June 24 2005 16 KB Featuring Maury Wills, Bill White, Jim Gentile, Earl Weaver, Sparky Anderson.
54long.zip 1954 Longhorn League (C) Mischa Gelman

Feb 19

2007

21 KB Joe Bauman, Evelio Hernandez, Julio De La Torre, Ossie Alvarez. Highlight: Bauman cracks 72 home runs, the minor league record.
53pcl.zip 1953 Pacific Coast League (Open) Mischa Gelman/Stephen Davis

Feb 19

2007

224 KB Ray Dandridge, Dale Long, Aaron Robinson, Bob Dillinger. Highlights: Ted Beard homers 4 times in a game. Frank Austin and Eddie Basinski set a PCL record for DPs by a keystone duo.
53il.zip 1953 International League (AAA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 19

2007

16 KB Wally Moon, Sandy Amoros, Rocky Nelson, Tommy Lasorda. Highlight: The last season in the IL for longtime member Baltimore.
53sal.zip 1953 South Atlantic League (A) Mischa Gelman

Feb 19

2007

22 KB Hank Aaron, Felix Mantilla, Ray Crone. Highlight: Aaron is one of 5 players who help integrate the second biggest league in the Deep South.
53flint.zip 1953 Florida International League (B) Mischa Gelman

Feb 19

2007

13 KB Featuring Maury Wills, Camilo Pascual, Ed Charles.
53wsl.zip 1953 Wisconsin State League (D) Mischa Gelman

Feb 19

2007

15 KB Bob Bruce, Russ Nixon, Dick Tracewski. Highlight: A Triple Crown by Joe Tuminelli.
52pcl.zip 1952 Pacific Coast League (Open) Mischa Gelman/Stephen Davis

Feb 25

2007  

15 KB Joe Gordon, Johnny Lindell, Bobby Boyd, Red Adams, Gus Bell. Highlight: The first league to be named to a higher level than AAA
1952aa.zip 1952 American Association (AAA) Mischa Gelman June 9 2005 18 KB Ray Dandrige, Moose Skowron, Bill Sharman. Highlight: Milwaukee tops 100 wins (the highest AA win total for 40 years) in its last minor-league season.
52flint.zip 1952 Florida International League (B) Tom O'Toole

Feb 25

2007

18 KB Camilo Pascual, Mike Fornieles. Two Miami pitchers have ERAs under 0.90, while Fort Lauderdale loses 29 games in a row in this pitching-friendly season.
52piedm.zip 1952 Piedmont League (B) Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007

13 KB Woodie Held, Johnny Kucks, Don Buddin, Charley LeBrun. Highlight: Ken Guettler wins a Triple Crown.
52threei.zip 1952 Three-I League (B) Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007

19 KB Harvey Kuenn, Rocky Colavito, Felix Mantilla, Marv Throneberry, Art Pennington.
52swint.zip 1952 Southwest International League (C) Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007

21 KB Chet Brewer, Pete Hughes, Dave Roberts, Tom Alston. Highlight: The first all-black team in the minors.
52appal.zip 1952 Appalachian League (D) Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007

13 KB Ron Necciai strikes out 27 batters in a game.
52geofl.zip 1952 Georgia-Florida League (D) Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007

16 KB Featuring Mario Cuomo. Also, the Cordele A"s hit only one home run all season.
51aa.zip 1951 American Association (AAA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007

18 KB Willie Mays, Hoyt Wilhelm, Ray Dandridge, Mickey Mantle. Highlight: 3 Hall of Famers on 5th-place Minneapolis.
51pcl.zip 1951 Pacific Coast League (AAA) Mischa Gelman/Stephen Davis

Feb 25

2007

26 KB Features Joe Gordon, Lew Burdette, Jim Rivera.
1951Sooner.zip 1951 Sooner State League (D) Tom O'Toole

Dec 23

2008   

20 KB Norm Siebern, Jerry Lumpe. Highlights: Armin Somonte fans 341 and Dee Sanders goes 27-4. Four teams with 90+ wins.
51texas.zip 1951 Texas League (AA) Mischa Gelman/Gary Cowart

Feb 25

2007

15 KB Bob Turley, Jerry Witte, Johnny Temple, Ray Narleski, Bill Sharman. Highlight: Bob Turley fans a TL record 22 in a 16-inning contest.
50il.zip 1950 International League (AAA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007

20 KB Monte Irvin, Tommy Lasorda, Smoky Burgess, Chuck Connors. Highlight: Tom Poholsky and Andy Tomasic each go 22 innings in a head-to-head duel one game.
50pcl.zip 1950 Pacific Coast League (AAA) Mischa Gelman/Stephen Davis

Feb 25

2007

24 KB Minnie Minoso, Suitcase Simpson, Augie Galan, Billy Herman, Catfish Metkovich. Highlight: Frankie Baumholtz is the last PCL player to reach 250 hits in a year.
50wa.zip 1950 Western Association (C) Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007

14 KB Mickey Mantle, Joe Cunningham, Butch Nieman. Highlight: Mickey Mantle breaks into professional baseball at shortstop.
1949 Western Association.zip 1949 Western Association (C) Tom O'Toole Jul 23 2012 17 KB St. Joseph Cardinals (96-42) with 213 SB and 3.23 ERA.  Earl Weaver, Al Pilarcik, Jim Finigan.
49pcl.zip 1949 Pacific Coast League (AAA) Mischa Gelman/Stephen Davis

Feb 25

2007

14 KB Arky Vaughan, Luke Easter, Minnie Minoso, Max West, Artie Wilson.
48PCL.zip 1948 Pacific Coast League (AAA) Mischa Gelman/Stephen Davis

Feb 25

2007

20 KB Gene Woodling, Gus Zernial, Ernie Lombardi, Jack Graham, Nick Etten. Highlight: Casey Stengel's "Nine Old Men" of Oakland top bay rivals San Francisco in a close pennant race.
1948EasternShore.zip 1948 Eastern Shore League (D) Tom O'Toole Jan 13 2010 18 KB Salisbury Cardinals post .736 winning percentage at 89-32.  Top three pitchers in ERA were on Cardinals staff.  Ray Jablonski, Frank Malzone, Jack Sanford, Gale Wade, Norm Z
48Evangeline.zip 1948 Evangeline League (D) Tom O'Toole July 29 2007 17 KB Nellie King, Mel Clark. Highlight:  Tex Sanner, outfielder for the first-place Houma Indians, copped the Triple Crown (.386, 34, 126). As a regular starting pitcher, he was 21-2, with a 2.58 ERA and 251 strikeouts. The top four clubs finished within 10 games of each other.
48WTNM.zip 1948 West Texas-New Mexico League (C) Tom O'Toole

Feb 25

2007

15 KB Hersh Martin, Bob Crues, Frank Shone. Highlight: Crues sets the minor league record with 254 RBI.
1947Colonial.zip  1947 Colonial League (B) Tom O'Toole

Jun 5

2009

14 KB Mike Kash (20-3, 2.38) pitches and wins five double-headers.  Zeke Bonura, Ed Sudol.
47Border.zip 1947 Border League (C) Tom O'Toole

Oct 12

2009

  Ottawa Nationals (82-42, team ERA 3.49) win pennant by 12 games.  Watertown finished second despite a league-low 34 home runs.
47CANAM.zip 1947 Canadian-American League (C) Tom O'Toole

Oct 12

2009

  Schenectady Blue Jays (81-56) win pennant by 13 games; team ERA = 2.97 (ext.).  Lew Burdette, Dale Long, Danny O'Connell.
47Sunset.zip 1947 Sunset League (C) Tom O'Toole

Feb 25

2007

14 KB Newt Kimball, Archie Campbell, Bob Boken. Highlight: Las Vegas hits .338 with almost two home runs per game.
47wtnml.zip 1947 West Texas-New Mexico League (C) Tom O'Toole

Jan 19

2008   

25 KB Bill Serena, Joe Bauman, Bob Crues. Highlight: A record number of home runs (1,191) by a 8-team league. Six teams score over 1,000 runs. Bill Serena slugs .832 with 190 RBI.
1946 NAL.zip 1946 North Atlantic League Tom O'Toole March 9 2012 18KB Tony Napoles 18-0, Bill John 20-5 and John Jaust 1.66 ERA.
1946 Middle Atlantic.zip 1946 Middle Atlantic League Tom O'Toole Nov 13 2012 15 KB George Bamberger (1.35 ERA) and his mates with the Erie Sailors (2.52 ERA) propel the team to a 91-39 record and the league pennant and championship.  The six clubs combined for 800 stolen bases.
1946 Calif Lg.zip 1946 California League Tom O'Toole Nov 25 2011 21 KB Irv Noren, Dee Fondy, Tom Glaviano, Mike Garcia, Jack Harshman.  64 SB for Glaviano.
1946 il.zip 1946 International League (AAA) Larry Ryall Apr 7 2007 17 KB Jackie Robinson breaks color barrier in minor leagues and leads Montreal Royals to Governor's Cup.
46NewEngland.zip 1946 New England League (B) Tom O'Toole Jan 27 2009 16 KB Roy Campanella and Don Newcombe integrate the New England League.  1B Walter Alston was their manager.
 46Northern.zip 1946 Northern League (C) Tom O'Toole

June 1

2010

16 KB St. Cloud Rox win pennant by 10 games with a 73-31 record.  Three teams have ERA less than 3.54.  Don Lenhardt, Jim Delsing. 
 1946 Ohio State.zip 1946 Ohio State League (D) Tom O'Toole August 3, 2011 20 KB Maynard DeWitt: 110 SB and a .351 batting average
46MEXICO.zip 1946 Mexican League (Outlaw) Mischa Gelman July 4 2005 16 KB Sal Maglie and Max Lanier are among the major leaguers who sign on with the Mexican in its most famous campaign
1941 Western League.zip 1941 Western League (D) Paul Goodson June 21 2015 16 KB

Close race between Norfolk and Cheyenne. Tex Sanner, John Kerr and George Milstead.

6 team league, 110 game season. Text file with background notes included.

6/24/15 update: added .txt file 'stats for seldom used players' containing batters with less than 20 at bats, pitchers with less than 10 innings pitched. 7/7/15 minor stat corrections added

1940 WT-NML.zip 1940 West Texas - New Mexico League Tom O'Toole Oct 20 2014 34 KB Offense (14 runs/game).  Tight race with 4 games separating top 4 clubs.  Ed Schweda .422.  Gordon Nell 40 HR and 175 RBI.  Bob Crues 20-5.
1939PCL.zip 1939 Pacific Coast League (AA) Tom O'Toole August 17 2016 28 KB Tight race with Seattle, LA and 'Frisco within 5 games of each other. Dom DiMaggio .360, 18 3BH, 39 SB. Sam Gibson 22-9, 2.24 ERA. Babe Herman, Ripper Collins and Jo-Jo White.
38aa.zip 1938 American Association (AA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007

19 KB Ted Williams, Pee Wee Reese, Sammy Baugh, Eddie Joost, Roy Cullenbine. Highlight: Ted Williams wins the first official Triple Crown in American Association history while Whit Wyatt wins a pitching Triple Crown.
38il.zip 1938 International League (AA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007

19 KB Sammy Baugh, Babe Herman, Charlie Keller, Ollie Carnegie, Tommy Henrich. Highlight: Bob Seeds hits 7 homers in a 2-game span, including homers in 4 straight innings.
38psa.zip 1938 Pennsylvania State Association (D) Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007

10 KB Hank Sauer, Jim Russell, Ken Holcombe
1937Intl.zip 1937 International League (AA) Tom O'Toole Feb 11 2011 26 KB Newark Bears -- one of the greatest minor league teams of all -- finish first by 25 1/2 games.  Charlie "King Kong" Keller, Joe Gordon,  Johnny Vander Meer, Marty Marion and Walter Alston.
30il.zip 1930 International League (AA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007

19 KB Rip(per) Collins, Joe Hauser, Bobby Veach, Lon Warneke, Paul Derringer, Pepper Martin. Highlight: Hauser sets a new organized baseball record of 63 homers (still the top mark in IL history) and also sets still-unbroken IL record for runs and total bases. Collins sets the IL record for RBI, which also stands through today.
1929yyork.zip 1929 New York-Penn League (Class B) Mischa Gelman May 3 2005 15 KB Featuring Jake Bentley, Mike Menosky, Jake Pitler, Elmer Knetzer
22texas.zip 1922 Texas League (A) Tom O'Toole

June 29

2008  

16 KB Featuring Wilcy Moore, Ray Blades. Three 20-game winners and slugger Clarence Kraft help Fort Worth to a Texas League title in the midst of one of the greatest TL dynasties ever.
14il.zip 1914 International League (AA) Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007

15 KB Babe Ruth, Carl Mays, Wally Pipp, Joe McCarthy, Al Platte, Dolf Luque. Highlight: Babe Ruth makes his professional debut.
1900AL.zip 1900 American League Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007

16 KB Rube Waddell, Perry Werden. The first year of the AL under that name, right before it became a major league..
1894wl.zip 1894 Western League Mischa Gelman

Feb 25

2007       

15 KB Joe McGinnity, Bob Caruthers, Cal McVey, Fred Carroll, Perry Werden. Highlight: Perry Werden sets a new minor league home run record with 43 in a league that averaged over 9 runs a game. The inaugural season for a league that would become the AL within a decade.

 

6 team league, 110 game season. Text file with background notes included. 6/24/15 update: added .txt file 'stats for seldom
used players' containing batters with less than 20 at bats, pitchers with less than 10 innings pitched. 7/7/15 minor stat corrections added

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