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Palestine Pals

The Palestine Pals were a minor league baseball team that played on-and-off from 1925 to 1940. The team played in the Texas Association (1925-1926), Lone Star League (1927-1929), West Dixie League (1934-1935) and East Texas League (1936-1940). It was affiliated with the St. Louis Browns from 1935 to 1938 and in 1940.[1][2]

The team won two league championships, in 1926 under the tutelage of Jack Stansbury and Bob Countryman and in 1928 under Walt Alexander. Notable players include major league All-Star Bob Muncrief and veterans Boom-Boom Beck, Jack Knott, Carl Reynolds and Sarge Connally.

It was the last professional team to be based in Palestine, Texas, United States.

References

  1. ^ The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, 1993, 1997 & 2007
  2. ^ BR Minors page

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