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The Central Assn was a Class D minor league which operated from 1908 through 1917. It also operated as a Class C league from 1947 through 1949.


'Central Assn' (D 1908-17)(C 1947-49)



Burlington, IA: 1908-15, 1947-49                                         


Burlington/Ottumwa, IA: 1916                                         


Cedar Rapids, IA: 1913-16, 1949                                  


Cedar Rapids/Clear Lake, IA: 1917                                    


Clinton, IA: 1914-17, 1947-49                                        


Dubuque/Charles City, IA: 1917                                   


Ft Dodge, IA: 1916-17


Galesburg, IL: 1910-12


Hannibal, MO: 1909-12, 1947-48                              


Jacksonville, IL: 1908-09                                   


Keokuk, IA: 1908-12, 1947-49


Kewanee, IL: 1908-13, 1949                                      


LaCrosse, WI: 1917                                              


Marshalltown, IA: 1914-17                               


Mason City, IA: 1915-17                                         


Moline, IL: 1947                                                


Moline/Kewanee, IL: 1948                                     


Monmouth, IL: 1910-13                                           


Muscatine, IA: 1911-16                                          


Oskaloosa, IA: 1908                                             


Ottumwa, IA: 1908-13                                            


Ottumwa/Rock Island/Galesburg, IA/IL: 1914                      


Quincy, IL: 1908-10                                           


Rockford, IL: 1947-49                                           


Waterloo, IA: 1908-09, 1913-17

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