Leavenworth Soldiers

Leavenworth Soldiers

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The Leavenworth Soldiers was the first professional baseball team from Leavenworth, Kansas. The club played in the Western League from 1886 to 1888. Their first year, they tied the Lincoln Tree Planters for last place at 31-49 despite the presence of Jake Beckley, who hit .341 and led the Western League with 113 hits while showing some pop. In 1887, the Soldiers were 27-27 when they disbanded on July 8 due to poor attendance. Beckley had another fine year, hitting .401 with 33 doubles between Leavenworth and Lincoln. In 1888, Leavenworth returned to the loop and went 7-7 under L. M. Cretors. They were in second place when the league stopped operations on June 21. A J. Curran was leading the club in batting average at .300.

References

  • The Western League: A Baseball History, 1885 through 1999 by W.C. Madden and Patrick Stewart. ISBN 0786410035.


This article is based on the article at Baseball-Reference.com's Bullpen. The Bullpen is a wiki, and its content is available under the GNU free documentation license.




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