East Dixie League

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East Dixie League
SportBaseball
Founded1934
Ceased1935
CountryUnited States

The East Dixie League was an American professional baseball league that operated for two seasons from 1934-1935.[1] It was created when the Dixie League split up into the East Dixie League and West Dixie League in 1934. Eleven cities were represented in the league; three were in Arkansas, two were in Louisiana, and six were in Mississippi.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "East Dixie League (C) Encyclopedia and History". Retrieved 2015-03-11.