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Evangeline Baseball League

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Evangeline Baseball League

Evangeline Baseball League
Sport Baseball
Inaugural season 1934
Country United States
Ceased 1957
Classification D, C

The Evangeline Baseball League began in 1934 as a six-team Class-D minor league chiefly in Louisiana, United States. The following season, the league was expanded to eight teams and ceased operations in 1942, with six teams, during World War II. It resumed activities in 1946, getting promoted to Class-C in 1949, and lasted through 1957. The Alexandria Aces were the only team that played in all 21 regular seasons.[1]


  • List of teams (in alphabetical order) 1
  • Etymology 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

List of teams (in alphabetical order)



  1. ^ "Evangeline League". Retrieved 2015-03-11. 

External links

  • Evangeline Baseball League statistics
  • 1934-1942 teams
  • 1946-1947 teams
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