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Ohio–Indiana League

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The Ohio–Indiana League was a "class D" minor league baseball league that operated from 1948-1951. The league was composed of six teams from Ohio and two teams from Indiana.

Cities Represented

  • Lima, OH: Lima Terriers 1948 (moved from Ohio State League); Lima Chiefs 1949; Lima Phillies 1950-1951
  • Marion, OH: Marion Cubs 1948 (moved from Ohio State League); Marion Red Sox 1949-1951
  • Muncie, IN: Muncie Reds 1948-1950 (moved from Ohio State League)
  • Newark, OH: Newark Yankees 1948-1951 (moved from Ohio State League)
  • Portsmouth, OH: Portsmouth A's 1948-1950
  • Richmond, IN: Richmond Roses 1948, moved from Ohio State League; Richmond Tigers 1949-1951
  • Springfield, OH: Springfield Giants 1948-1951 (moved from Ohio State League)
  • Zanesville, OH: Zanesville Dodgers 1948 (moved from Ohio State League); Zanesville Indians 1949-1950
  • References

    Ohio–Indiana League Wikipedia


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