North Dakota League

The North Dakota League was a Minor League Baseball league which operated in five North Dakota cities in 1923. The Class D level league had four teams at the start of its season, with one team relocating in July. The league evolved from the South Dakota League, with the Minot Magicians winning the 1923 championship.

North Dakota League
FormerlySouth Dakota League
ClassificationClass D (1923)
SportMinor League Baseball
Inaugural season1923
Ceased1923
PresidentLogan Powell (1923)
No. of teams4
CountryUnited States of America
Most titles1
Minot Magicians (1923)
Related
competitions
Mandak League

1923 North Dakota League teamsEdit

Standings & statisticsEdit

1923 North Dakota LeagueEdit

schedule

Team standings W L PCT GB Managers
Minot Magicians 48 21 .696 - Herb Hester
Jamestown Jimkotas 32 35 .478 15.0 Ed Whiting / Henry Wingfield
New Rockford-Carrington Twins /
Valley City Hi-Liners
30 38 .441 17.5 Earl Pickering
Bismarck Capitals 26 42 .382 21.5 Tom Shanley / Mo McKnight

New Rockford-Carrington moved to Valley City July 17.

Player statistics
Player Team Stat Tot
Harry Wingfield Jamestown BA .402
Fred Gunther Minot Hits 88
Albert Chenoweth Jamestown Hits 88
George Coleman Minot Runs 72
Albert Wenz Jamestown HR 6
Henry Oliver Minot HR 6

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Note: New Rockford/Carrington relocated to Valley City on July 17, 1923.[2][1][3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball. Lloyd Johnson & Miles Wolff, editors (Third ed.). Baseball America. 2007. ISBN 978-1932391176.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: others (link)
  2. ^ "North Dakota League (D) Encyclopedia and History". Baseball-Reference.com.
  3. ^ "North Dakota League (NDL) Standings on StatsCrew.com". www.statscrew.com.

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