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Worcester Panthers

The Worcester Panthers were an Eastern League baseball team based in Worcester, Massachusetts. They existed from 1923 to 1925.[1]

They were managed by Hall of Fame baseball player Jesse Burkett in 1923 and 1924. He led them to a79-74 record in 1923, and a 70-82 record in 1924. In 1925, they were managed by Eddie Eayrs and future Hall of Fame manager Casey Stengel.[2]

They played their home games at Boulevard Park.[3]


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